- - 1913 - - TWO ARE INDICTED BY BEMIDJI COURT - David Dixon
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (MN) Sunday, March 2, 1913; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
BEMIDJI, Minn., March 1.-The grand jury has returned indictments against David Dixon on a charge of forgery and Ben Overby for grand larceny. Dixon is said to have passed forged checks on John Bye and A. N. Warner of Puposky. The check on Bye went through the bank and when one came in from Warner, the handwriting was recognized and the man traced. He was arrested early in December in Puposky.
The first case to come before the court at this term, Christ Bolstad vs. the Red Lake railroad, resulted in a verdict for the plaintiff and an award of $1,000 damages.
Source: The Bemidji Daily Pioneer (MN) February 1, 1904; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
THE CITY. Patrick Doyle, was released this morning from the county jail after having served the third sentence that has been imposed on him in the municipal court since October.
Astrid Peterson vs. M. & I.
Source: The Bemidji Daily Pioneer (MN) February 2, 1904; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
Attorney Henry Funkley of Blackduck will be assisted by Attorney Chester McKusick of this city in an action for personal injury against the M. & I. for Miss Astrid Peterson of Turtle River. Miss Peterson asks for $10,000 damages for injury sustained in being thrown from the train at Turtle River. She was standing on the steps when she lost her balance, the train starting with a jerk. She was thrown to the platform and sustained injuries as a result of which she is deaf and otherwise physically incapacitated. Papers in the action were filed today.
J. O. Pogue
Source: The Duluth Herald, Tuesday Evening, Oct. 25, 1910, Volume XXVIII - No. 171.
Ex-Mayor Pogue of Bemidji Loses Case
Bemidji, Minn., Oct 25 - (Special to The Herald) - Former Mayor J. O. Pogue will not get $10,000 damages from the Great Northern railroad company for having his automobile demolished at Wilton a year ago, when he alleged the had received injuries entitling him to the amount sought. Upon motion of J. F. Sullivan for the railroad company, Judge McClenahan dismissed the case on the grounds that there was a lack of evidence to show that the Great Northern was responsible for the accident. This is the second time that the case has been taken away from the jury.
Vye vs. Gould
Source: Willmar Tribune (MN) March 18, 1914, page 2, submitted by Robin Line
$25,000 FOR WIFE'S LOVE
Bemidji Lumberman Awarded Verdict Against Former Partner. The jury in the damage suit at Bemidji of W.H. Vye, a wealthy lumberman, against W. A. Gould, his former business associate, in which alienation of the affections of Mrs. Vye was charged, returned a verdict of $25,000 for Vye.