News Tribune, June 16, 1921
- Selection of a site for the Woodland and Hunters Park fire station will be made soon, according to W.F. Murnian, commissioner of public safety. A lot in the vicinity of Anoka Street and Woodland Avenue will probably be chosen, Mr. Murnian said.
- A formal request that Duluth be awarded the 1922 convention of the League of Minnesota Municipalities was made by the Duluth delegation at the convention in Winona yesterday. Other cities in northern Minnesota are also expected to ask to host next year's convention.
- Homer Fulton, Duluth attorney, has made a pledge of $55,000 to Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio. Mr. Fulton, a member of the graduating class of 1896, is currently attending the 25th annual reunion of that year's class.
- The Al G. Barnes four-ring wild animal circus has announced a return engagement in Duluth on June 30. The Barnes Circus has visited Duluth several times and has grown from a comparatively small show to being the largest exhibition of its kind in the country.