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The Bemidji daily pioneer. [volume] (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, August 11, 1922, Section 2 - Fair Edition, Image 10

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AGE TWO,
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Miss Mabel Wager
gt go, but Miss Mabel Wager stays
W"{/here forever." And the majority of
T',those pupils who come under her
,.,jurisdiction are glad that she does.
^.'/Miss Wager has been in charge of
fi "the commercial department of the
t^liigh school'for a good many success
es0-fill
i
rv
tow
yearsand will be back on the job
i|* 'agaih this fall. The chances are that
She '.may take part in the pageant
,'to be staged at the Northern Min
nesota Pair
HH W i....., 1 i.
pictures
6*
You and baby will
appreciate them as
S&? ,th years gp by
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WM^M,^1
N. L. HAKfcERUP^i^fe
The above "photo by Hak" speaks in his own studio the reason is plain.
f itself. This gentelman has been
in Bemidji for years and will un
doubtedly be seen during the staging
of the pageant during the Northern
(Minnesota, Fair. Mr., Hakkerup real
ly doesn't'look as pretty these days
as the picture makes him out, butof'handling
inasmuch as the picture was taken
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Qet Baby's Moods
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HAKKERUP STUDIO
^Bemidji, cMinn.
^our fktonda Qan Buy AnythinrY? Cm Give Them But YOHT Photo rraph-*
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^"^H|,wa',TjT?
He is such an artist in his line that
it is strange that someone has not
crowned him "Doctor of Photogra-
phy." He has made many young
ladies
lookW
1
"Teachers may come and teachers
charming'in photo
graphs.
Hakkerup would be 4uitet capable
a "heavy" part in the
pageant, he's built that way.
'HI
When you hear Carl's name or see
his picture, you just naturally think
of bees. Even today he" "carries with
him. that same boyish face, but as
it is the only face he has he can't
help it.
Carl is a prosperous. farmer of
the town of Bemidji. He is secretary
of the Rosby Coonerative creamery
and takes more first' prizes on his'
honey than do som&^nea on their,
money. They want him Tn^fhe bb*
pageant to sweeten up the cast "a
bit, and we belive he'll .take p/art
Jlf
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GOOD WORK FOR SANITATION
Public-Spirited Nevada Citizens Have
Shown What May Be Don*
Through Concerted Action.
IPWDiwd
Kby th* United States DeMTrtbett
of AgrleuHnr*
Sanitation has an important plaice
on the program of work: for'1022 in six
couilmmitie* in Clark and Lincoln
counties, Ji*.vada, reports the'state
leader of home demonstration agents,
working co-operatively with the United
States Department of Agriculture and
the State Agricultural college. Secur-j
ing and enforcing definite rules in re
gard to clean yards, lots or boqses.
spring water, ditches and streets is
one of the principal goals.
Four of these commualties 'have no
town organization, the county govern
ment regulating local affairs.- Under
the direction of home demonstration
workers the women are talcinjg steps
to form town organizations in order to
have authority to make and enfoVce
ordinances for health, and to make
local improvements, of various kinds.
As there is no sewage system In these
communities,: the watr is, very: un.-
Wholesome and a menace to health. It
ts brought long distances from springs
through unclean, open ditches.
The peppier of Mesqnlte community
in Clark county! hW -their second
clean-up day last spring. As a result
three miles of ditch were 'cleaned,
three culverts made, the main,channel
of the town, ditch changed, a new
head-gate built, weeds grubbed out,
rubbish cleaned up, and mud holes
filled and leveled A number of girls
of tlie community agreed to take turns
pouring keroseneon all ponds to kill
jnosflulto eggs and wrigglers, thus
helping to rid the community of one
nuisance. Each person worked In his
own neighborhood and. had bis dinner
at home. More was ,accomplislie
than if a commuttfty dinner had be^n
served.
WARNS DRIVERS OF AUTOS
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Telltale Light on}Lamp Pott Has Been
Found ive In-iPrewsntlon
jot/AcctdtHta. ^^p
M^
To prevent collisions: betvSeen fast
moving nutoinobiles and:- dark, lamp
posts on whj ding roads. iC. G. Beck
with of Olev^ land .has inyented a bou
levard stands rd with bnll'is-eyes of col-
i/fll-ftI .S ^pM
Bull's-eye: Lights Flash a Warning.
ored glass about one third of the way
tip the post,
When the jmain light Is burning the
telltale lamp behind the bull's-eye
gives only fc faint glow, but if the
main lamp falls, the telltale lamp Is
automatically subjected to greater
voltage and shines brightly.Popular
Science Monthly.' ^I:::m
/Ks.
Plan to Beautify City.
"Kenosha beautiful'' is said to be
the goal of the new city manager,form
of sibvernmtent in that Wisconsin city,
One of the first nets was to adopt a
resolution for the hiring of a city
planner to formulate a course of de
velopment whlcli will lead to more
beautiful city. The county board Itas
agreed to co-operate, passing a motion
that the building of the new. court
house would he done in conformance
with any city plan adoptedMjjr" the
newJcouncil. -'TW$S*m$m$%-'
Source of Invisibls Rays Found.
It was Professor Blondtot of the
FrencJj Academy of Sciences who dis
covered that ipvlslble riyS capable
of peifetratlng solid substances ate
givert xtt from the incandescent man
tles'of the Wclsbach Jlght, says the
WasAdngton Star. Later he announced
the discovery of similar radiations
from Tn ordinary Argand burner and
from a, sheet of Incandescent silver.
The r/ays from pollslrcd allver are
polarised, but whv tUe silver is cov
ered .with larn^-^ck the PQlarbjatloa
disappears. '^^WBS"M$iM-
a StT.IiSCRIBB" FOR TH E' PIONEER
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THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
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w^^m
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"Once!upftn a time" like all "fairy ndt canoes. At one time thee
stories begin, Bfth^i boasted a finl
city dock at the end of v/hich was a
band stand, as shown in the above
picture. Crowds gathered there to
listen to the concerts. The" lake
around about was as a rule proc
tically covered with srnall boats^-^
sail boats, motor boats, "row boats
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MADE ENEMIES BY HIS PEN
Voltalrt, Great Prsneli Writsr, Twice
Sent to the Bastille for Attacks
Jean Frjincols Marie Arouet, who
Is better eJ&wn by his assumed name
cf Voltairevowed much of his grace In
soclety^to the celebrated French com
tesan, Ninon de L*Enclos. He was also
indebted to heir for a substantial leg
acy which was bis upon her death
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THIRD STREET DOCK^^MfSII
d the motor beat wer farl
more popular than the motor car,
Everybory who really pretended to,
be "sonjebody" had a boat ajnd,usl
it. i-- ".:'V. V,.i:
The chances are that ihivs scene
will not be reproduced in tne pag
eant during, the Northern Minenso
tn Fair, but it might be p6rtraycii
at a later date in a watex pageant.
Toltaire "early "^caw/lHo~ConBict
wltu the government and it was his
pen which got him into the predica
ment, it is*recorded. Louis XIV had
died and the duke of Orleans was ap
pointed regent during the minority of
the young successor' to tie throne.
Voltaire improved the opportunity to
write a sarcastic piece about the re
gent, and for his trouble he was ar
rested and thrown into the Bastille.
On his release his play rOedipe" was
produced and soon agtefltMgrafflental,' Twi.
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are the new| lowerepriees $
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$M" Blue, "7I30,
THE QUALITY STORE!
The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes ,)^ts:%lS5:
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mm
sai However^ the weather man might
tke it into his head to provide plen
ty of water on the fair giounds dur
ing the fair, and in that case the,
scenes may be shifted tp
^include"vfiiw something like',this. v|5
In say event, the old tiriters who
wefe. here 'when Bepaidji took, full
'advantage of the lakes will be seen
in the pageant. Everybody '$**:- will
be there.'
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Quarrels lanoea tne man or ietters in
th Bastille again. VV/'W^Vvr
On his second release from prison
Voltaire^c^
his :x^^0mm^^ii^Mf^-
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ing arrd to coiamerclal ptfraults. ^\bloh
enaWed: .hii^^:^^: #n
matoder'n*:Ws/iife J^||^
Astibie^lyjeai^ssldVei^h^ became
bittertoh^s^tiicttjajjon the church
and he became*thoroughly hated by
the clergy. When he died In JTT? thL
cure of St Sulpice refus^-hiinV^bniv.
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N, ahritoce^qtit?::that:
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long wear at a ihtfeate^ priee* arid
^teh suit is backed by a*l*written
igaiarantee that rt iriwst gM ie
wearer satisfacMon
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FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 11, 1922,
4E '.^GEORGE RHEA
v"He
Grey, "7132!!
may get over it, but he'll
never look the same." Friends, and
readers,' this is George Rhea, now
cashier
Bank.
One thing we can say for him,
he's always in style. He wore the
latest collar then and he does to
day. Outside of a lew grey hairs,
he can be made to look very much
like the picture, when,he is called
.upon to take part in thie hig pageant
during fair week. He will not b
disappointed as ah actor, if he
privileged,"tq^ say-whathe thinks.
of Jihe Nprttiern Nations^
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