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The Bemidji daily pioneer. [volume] (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, August 10, 1922, Image 6

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Odd And Interesting
TJiere are 11 muscles in the hu
man tongue. You can't get away
from that. But with some people
those muscles are. more Highly train
ed than with, others. And you. can't
get away fronii'that..
Even If You Want To^-
Didn't Know It Yet
The greatest insult yon can offer
a Russian Bolshevist is to call him
a "radish" this being the scornful
epithet invented by Tfotsky to des
ignate those who are red only on the
That's the first time we ever heard
that a Bolshevist could be insulted.
Aint It Ar Fact?
Son Care
We know a feMow..who once ad
mitted that- he was. the post forget
ful man in the world. A friend sug
gested it and he,bought a second
hand flivver Now he has no trouble
remembering, whatever. The flivver
jogs his memory.'
But That Isn't All
Chknge of Order
BvownSince I- bought a, car. I
don,!t have, to! walk to the bank to
make my deposits.
BlackAh," you rid* there?
BrownNo, I dotft nak any.
Portland Me. Express
Did It Ever-Happen To You:
NeighborWhy do you look so
tired and sleepyv Millicent?
Little MtRfcent-MDh that new
baby at our house !hebroadcasted
the whole night long! Farm Life.
You Tell 'Em
(Continued trom Page 1)
the hospital association at a meeting
held, last. Friday, afternoon at the
First Lutheran church, Bemidji.
A fireproof boiler room will be
constructed outside of thfe present
hospital and will Be constructed in
such a manner that the same build
ing can be used later on for the new
hospital building which the Luther
an association plans to erect: The
Site which ."waa. (purchased by/ the
hospital association some time ago
between. Bixby and' Bemidji avenues
on Fourteenth street will be disposed
off according to the. present plans,
this consists of. 18. twentyr-five foot
lots in a. very, desirable. location.
Had the original plans of con
structing an entirely new institution
on this site been followed, it is
readily.conceded that Bemidji would
have been without hospital facilities
for a much longer period that it will
be under the present' plans. However
the original plans of erecting a new
fireproof building have not been
Abandoned and such a structure will
be erected, as funds, are available.
The exterior of the St. Anthony
hospital is to be painted and other
wise redecorated, while the interior
wiJl.bc repaired to some extent and
put in first class condition.! Work
will be rushed as last as possmle
that Bemidji and the entire sur
rounding territory may realize the
benefit of this purchase the sooner.
This is, considered a. very, good buy
according to the appraisal of a dis
interested committee several week?
Subscriptions to the hospital as
sociation are progressing nicely,
Rev. Jerdee reports', and from now
on the big drive will be for funds.
It is necessary that the entire com
munity realize the need 'i concen
trating, on this project, Rev. Jerdee
declares, in order that Bemidji be
provided hospital facilities as quick
ly as possible.
This institution is expected to
draw patients for the entire North
Central Minnesota and Its benefit
to Bemidji as a city is readily real
P. B^ljlaVrs made ja business trip
iH*& Bemidji Saturday, returning Sun-
Babin. joi
tfon agent,
home dem-
to speak
ocked and
larfivedHo find
0 one' present
is a Very busy use being
ie- both haying and berry season..
The Luthtran Ladies' Aid met at
thfe Olaf Linnum home of Quiring on
Tuesday, the first of August. A
large number from this community
was in attendance.
A. number-around here axe again
sending, thoir cream4o the Blackduck
Creamery. The truck arriving on
Monday and Friday of each week at
fclitjftom tn'THm ofc
ZietUft'Tea Team Ago Toaaemw.
Deputy Sheriff and Hbip, Dead,
Norman jHelmdr, deputy* sheriff
of Beltrami county, was shot and
killed by an unknown hobo shortly
before 6-o'clock Thursday night. Be*
fore he- died, Helmer emptied, his
automatic- Colt revolverJof? eight
shots,- one of which took, effect^ on
the traniP- Hejtnxe* dj&ed withi,n. a
few seconds but the trap lived about
two. minutes.
Helmer, together with Deputy
Cahill, Sheriff Hazen: and. Game
Warden Bailey had: started out earl
ier in.the the- afteraontb. find-the
unknown man. who wad said to be
looking for Charley Smith for the
purpose of shooting him. Hazen and
Bailey had taken Smith into custody
and were in the city with their man
when the shooting occure'd. Cahill
was about one.hundred yards north
ofv Helmer when he was shot but
neither saw the shooting nor heard
the sounds of the firing.
Scot* Picnic At River
The annual Seotch picnic will be
held Sunday at the outlet of Lake
BemidjiV jJaptain {MacLftchlan's
"City of Bemidji" has been caartefed
for the day and will make several
William Lennpn of Keliiher,came
down from Keliiher today to attend
toil hia, taxes. iL. kfc i fe:r*,iij:
(Contoind From Pic* 1)
haye' their votes in at thtot hour as
well''as the local candidates.
Miss Myrtle McCuUech, Moose
candidate, has.been endorsed.by the
Women di! the M^bsehieart Region
also and is making a fine showing.
Miss MiSs Mabel Croon has, been
elected as the Kiwanis candidate,
due to the fact that Miss Ragnhild
Moe, who was formerly 'nomihated
by that body, will not be in the city
to take partr in the contest and in
thaf part of the pageant, even if
elected. Miss Croon is very active in
this contest and is now. assured, a
very fine showing.
Miss Ellora Olson, Yeoman can
didate and Miss McCulloch still lead
in the number of votes already cast
each having 14,500 votes to their
credit today according to the ballots
The standing, according to the
ballots cast is as follows:
Miss Myrtle MeCulloch .14,50a
Miss Ellora Olson 14,500'
Miss Mabel Croon 10,250,
Miss Ragnhild Moe 2,000:
Miss Florence ,Schulkje. .1.000C
Miss Lucile Selvog 1,000
(Continued From aj I)
many men" wilT quit work", The sit
uation on the Illinois Central, one
oi the largest: lines in the country
grew more Serious today.
Coal carrying railroad heads no
tified the brotherhoods that they
had been served with an ultimatum
'?v Vi
(Bjr,- United. FSraip)
Cleveland, Aug. 10Members of
the four large brotherhoods of the
Illinois central" road today are threat
ening to strike in' sympathy with the
Joliet-Elgin and eastern memoetd,
The Illinois Central railroad is one
of the largest lines the.,coiuOry%
Illinois Central authorities-were
served with an ultimatum today:.
"Stop carrying non-union coal or
take the consequences". The-brfttber
hcod chiefs notified officials.-' 1jj|at,
the trains operated by members oi
the brotherhoods hafl been fired on
by sympathizers all aldhg the line,
Warren S. Stone, president of the
Brotherhood- of-. locomotive Engine
ers, and President Robinson today
sent this message to their members
on the Illinois Central road.
"If your lives are not safe, do not
The message sent by President
Loe of the Brotherhood of Railway
Trainmen was almost exactly op*
"The executive committee of
tarinmen is here to take care of any
(Continued Frun Pago 1)
gin at lI3'0 aW'''w1irwih,a'','iip,'
hone, racing, program. ThiswiWrbe^
followed by the kiddies Parade, a
beautiful feature attraction. Fol
lowinig this .will be the! g|and iparide
of Blue and Red Ribbon livestock.
The third and final act of the:
gigantic pageant will be given-Fri
evening at 8 :15, ending with the
4*Over the Top'.' scene1
luminted by fhreworks.
Saturday has been designated as
automotive day, the. racing, program,
to be staged, during: the afternoon.:
At 9:30, in the forenopn, there will
be- a public.-aiwtion o% live stock.
Hundreds of. farmers will attend
this sale as it w*il afford splendid
opportunity to buy first class live
stock sit fair prices/
The auto racing, programStarts at
1:30 with the first heat of the five
mile fjree^for^afi' aiito race, Vaude
ville stiints wiir lso be given in front
of the grandstand between the* heats
of the various, racing, events. This
program .includes motorcycle races, a
Ford poverty race for two Trifles
with half mile stops and starts, and
anr^trij|h .rPJ*?SJt.fQ"j?e4
(ContlnueajFtoteV Pa*a 11
seat involved greater* hardships and
almost as muchexpense ak a trip to
the state capital. In. coming to Bfef
mldji, thtijt have had the choice oi
taking trie eastern route through 60
miles of Canada and thence diago
nally across the second' largest cbun*
iiii the state or of going across
Roseaur Marshall,
The- growing: impprtanyce of.- the
north psri.o the county as a {ifm
irig seciion,!aJid. business center1
its position a^a-gateway to the in
comparable Laker of. the Woods,
makes the improvement of this road
more important/ eyeryV, year if this
section is to advance as'it should. The
construction ol this road is of great
importance whether the. county is
divided or not, but by. division, al
most the entire cost of. construction
Witt be shifted to the state as a
whole^ instead of being borne by the
county that wiH have enough prob
lems left to be solved. t*v \:.b-*
(Continued'From Paxe it
entire earthly possessions and them
selves to the primitive wilds. On
they come with the energy and cour
age of real heroes, ready to oo bat
tie with wild beasts and men with
the inhospitable prairie and peril
6us woods. The clothes they wear
will amuse- youy rough queer, old
Homespuns and calicos, sunbonnents
glaring plaid shirts, styles that seem
ridiculous to you, but, the old timers
thought they wiere right up to date.
Lateiv-aftet the settlement gets
a start, frame houses erected, in
dustries started, and social order
underwaythe* homespun gives way
io silk and Velvet and broadcloth
bouncing hoopskirts .with their frills
and flowers, saucy bonnets, panta
lets, giddy scarfs and trousers and.
high hats, the official Prince^.Alberts*
and voluminous bright colored'capites
are worn in the village festivities
making the quadrilles and lively
Virginia reel a veritable riot of
grotesque "bustles]!.!,V.
.,e^j come onu th scenehumpbacke
ladjes promerwde aboutin- all
majesty blissfully unaware of the
'merriment their styles create.
N-Ntjonal.,cosfelimes with their bril
liant colors and
distinctive" styles"
and symbolic robes of exquisite ma
terial and design areusefi extensive
ly in the pageant and with the.lovely
dance costumes complete an equip
ment unqualified for variety, gor
geousness.of material and dazzling
effect,". complaint of that kind, investigate
them iind take a strike vote, but do
not strike until then. Then head
quarters will pass on the situation
and the decision of the executive
board will then be made known,"
St. Paul, August 10The Free
booter, White Bear Yacht olub, is
competing in the Cameron Cup
tournament at Winnipeg, opening
White Bear men are confident of
repeating their recent triumph over
the" CanadfeE^'i^in they defeated
the 'MorftreaJfcd^al/engers ffcr )the
Duggna trophy at "$hite Bear Lake.
Mr. andMrs^ Q." H. Case, who were
here visitingT relatives for a wCek,
left Wednesday to visit friends and
relatives at their/former: home at
Fountain and Shatfield, Jlinn, They
will return to Tacoma, Wash., about
October. 1st
John Richards and F, R* Duxbury,
the land maife were business, callers
here ^Wednesaayi.
The Maple Ridge Farmers' club,
met' 'ait the home ofi Peter Welter
Sunday. "There-were over 100:
Pennington, Red
Lake, Polk, and Clearwater, counties*
The construction of this highway
will divert to* ami through",' Bemidji
Blackduck, Keliiher arid other places
on the route a large, amount, of
tourist anid' other business that is
now compelled, to. take the longer
routes through Deer River on the
east and Thief: on the
ple presehti' The county,. agent and
Miss Josephine' Parker gave talks on
various subjects. A fine picnic din
ner, and. ice cream was served.to the
crowd and we all enjoyed the meet-
ing.^ and the: good, tinie furnished to
alCM#ie Ridge: hns one of the. best
Farmers' county.
While herding cattle near his homa
Saturday, Walter Klingbed, 16 years
of age, disappeared and up to this
time has not been found. He was
seen in town after he left the farm,
and it is thought he jumped the
freight train and went to Dakota.
The Clauson and Millar families
attended the Farmers' club meeting
in Maple Ridge Sunday where,all
had a good time.
Miss Clara. Hauge spent a few
days in Bemidji the past week, re
turning home Monday.
Rev. Voss of Dfetroit, Minn., was
heres Friday evening on church busi
ness. The Congregational people
decided to sell their church here to
the Congregational Conference.
Ernest Erickson left for North Da
kota Saturday.
Mrs. A. 6. Sthol and daughter
Lillie, of Bemidji, were visiting rela
tives here for a few days this week.
Mrs. C. Clauson's father and moth
er, Mr. and Mrs. Steenerson of'Peli
can Rapids, Minn were ^visitors here
Mr- and Mrs. S. C. Miller of Scrib
ner were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Miller Sunday.
It isreported that the storm Thurs
day, destroyed the crops and gardens
oh.seyeral farms near Debs.
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