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PROGRAM OUT FOR
LOCAL VAUDEVILLE
Many Bemidji Young People to Ap
pear Before the Public In
New Boles.
PRETTY GIRLSCATCHY SONGS
Will Combine to Make First Three
Nights of Next Week Long
Remembered in City.
DOROTHY HUMES AS DIRECTOR
Has Charge of Entertainment and
Will Assist With Several of
Her Own Numbers.
THE OFFICIAL PROGRAM.
Monday Evening.
Motion Picture.
"The Skeleton Rag," Entire chorus.
"Rum-Tum-Tiddle."
Gladys Vye, Grace Fisher, Izet
ta Fisher, Arvilla Kenfield, Wil
bur Lycan. Maurice Ryan, Del
bert Elletson and By Russell.
Musical and Dancing Skit
Dorothy Humes and Donna Ly
can.
Motion Picture.
"Teasing Moon,"
Ruth Wightnun and chorus.
Gladys Vye, Ivis Roberts, Servia
McKusick, Grace Peterson and
Arabelle Neal.
Colonial Act. consisting of old
style musical numbers. The
Ga\otte, Minuet, and Mazurka,
by Leila Stanton Sanborn and
Dorothy Humes.
Dutch Dance
Vera Dempsey and Vera Cutter.
Louis Brown, violinist.
Tuesday Evening.
Motion Picture.
"Dear Old Moonlight"-
Ivis Roberts. Arabelle Neal,
Ruth Wightman. Servia McKu
sick, Ralph Lycan, Groome Mc
Cnllough, Fred Chamberlain,
Will Chichester, Oscar Nelson,
and Wilbur Lycan
"Henr Ho\ej- Lord and chorus
Lucille Bailej, Izetta Fisher,
Ora lvHushia, Jane Hayner,
Eldrnlg^ Lord. Norman Kettle
son, and Percy Hyatt.
Motion Picture.
Violin fo'oLeila Stanton Sanborn
-Pick, Pick, Pick."
Grace Fisher, Nanga Tagley,
Gladys Vje, Maurice Ryan, By
Russell. Delbert Elletson and
Wilbur L\can
Piano ActDorothy Humes.
Blanket Bay
Vera Cuttei, Walter Barker,
Wra Dempsej. Alfred McDonald
Blanked McDonald, Edith Mills,
Milory Achenbach.
Clog DanceDa\id Helmer.
Wednesday Evening.
Motion Picture
'"Moonlight Bay."
Ruth Wightman, Servia McKu
sick. I\is Roberts, Arabelle Neal
Ralph Lycan, Groom McCulloch
Fred Chamberlain, and Wilbur
Lycan.
"Boogie Man Moon."
Izetta Fisher, Arvilla Kenfield,
Continued on last page)
SCOOP
THE CUB
REPORTER
Historial Society, 3HBE:i 8T
HILL PLOTS NAMED
Ole Vasseri/W. G. Schroeder, and
N. G. Reynolds have agreed with the
Great Northern Railway to cultivate
five acre plots according to directions
of the Great Northern agricultural
man. For doing this work, they are
to receive a bonus of $8 per acre
but must work exactly as told. The
plots were selected in accordance
with the promise made by Jim Hill
when here in the spring.
S. A. Monson, of Monticello, was in
Bemidji yesterday and secured
samples of the dirt from each of
these plots. The dirt will be anal
ysed and the ground treated for de
ficient ingredients. Each farmer has
the privilege of choosing what shall
be raised on his land and Mr. Sch
roeder will raise barley.
STATE YIELD GOOD
St. Paul, Oct. 11.According to
latest reports received by the state
immigration department wheat 'has
averaged 18.06 bushels to the acre
in thirty-eight counties reporting
yields. Other yields reported are:
Oots, 46.29 corn, 43.2 barley, 33.21
rye, 26.24 flax 12.24. Thirty four
counties reports potatoes are running
163.28 bushels to the acre and thirty
one counties report the yield of hay
2.9 tons to the acre.
C. P. Bull, professor of agronomy
at the Minnesota college of agricul
tural reports the production ot corn
in the state to be approximately
100,000,000 bushels. The average
has increased between five and ten
per cent.
GEESE ARE FLYING
A large flock of geese cama down
from the north and passed over Be
midji at 1:30 today.
IN POLICE COURT.
Joe Millette was in police court to
day on complaint of M. E. Smith who
asked that he be put under bond to
keep peace. The case was continued
for ninety days.
W. R. Mackenzie was detendent in
municipal court yesterday on an
action by a former employee to re
cover salary money. The man, Ray
Mattson, sued for $35 per month. Mr.
Mackenzie claimed that he hired
Mattson as an expert gardner but
that he was inexperienced and caused
a hea\y loss. Court awarded the
plaintiff $20 per month for four and
a half months.
Joe Anderson, who has been in
police court tour times this year, was
yesterday given fifteen da. in jail
for being drunk and Chief Geil was
ordered not to feed him unless he
worked.
Small for Its 8lze.
An admiring constituent gave Con
gressman Legare of South Carolina
one of those vest pocket edition Lilli
putian Mexican dogs to take honve to
the children. Legarepronounced
Leg-ree, by the waywas leading the
dog along by a cotton string, when a
South Carolina mountaineer stopped
him.
"Are it a reg'lar dog?" the man ask
ed.
"Yes, it's a Ch Well, I can't
pronounce the name of tt," said Le
gare, "but it's some kind of a Mexi
can dog."
"Just a pup, I reckon."
"No it's full grown."
"Well," opined the mountaineer,
"that's the least dog I ever seen at
one time."Philadelphia Telegraph,
VOLUME 10. NUMBER 142. BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
THE BEMIDJ I DAILY PIONEE
GIANTS WIN EXTRA GAME
Ninth Inning Rally By Boston Fails
To Overcome Two Point Lead of
New York.
MARQUARD IN GREAT FORM
The Game Today:
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Boston 0 1 0 1 0 0
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0
Batteries: Boston, Wood and Cady.
New York, Tesreau and Meyers.
(By United Press)
Written by Grantland Rice
Press Box, Fenway Park, Boston,
Oct. 11.New York "came back"
with Rube Marquard and made it
even-all with the Red Sox, by win
ning the third contest of the world's
series by a score of 2 to 1.
The Sox, fighting desperately and
forced to come from behind, made a
sensational ninth-inning rally that
threatened to pull the game out of
the fire when Marquard' faltered and
the Giant defense threatened to
crack, but Cady, who had replaced
Carrigan behind the plate was equal
to the task passed him in the pinch
and when Devore pulled down his
long fly the agony was ended and the
race was evened up.
Marquard, who had been a ques
I tion mark in the Giant battery cast
of characters came back with a flash
i of his early-season nineteen-in-a-row
form and, given a lead of a run in the
first inning, held the Sox safe all the
I way.
O'Brien, who opposed the Giant
south-paw, pitched a grade of ball
that would have won with lots to
spare had he been pitted against
the Giant's exhibition of Wednesday,
but the luck was not with the Red
Sox saliva expert and the Giants
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MANY SEE PRESERVES MADE.
Miss Eddy had a good audience
at the high school yesterday after
non when she gave the second of her
series of demonstration lectures.
She made several different kinds of
preserves.
GIRLS TO SERVE SUPPER
High School Lassies to Serve in the
City Hall Tomorrow After
noon at 5 p. m.
RAISE MONEY FOR FOOTBALL
Girl members of the High School
Athletic association have decided
that they will show their support of
the otoball team by serving a home
made supper in the city hall tomor
row evening after the Bemidji-Thief
River Falls football game.
The following articles of food will
be served for twenty-five cents:
Boston baked beans and brown bread,
apple nut salad, creamed potatoes,
pickles, veal loaf and cold roast beef,
cake and coffee.
The girls who have been selected
to wait on the tables are:
Angelina Munt, Dorothy Torrance,
Mona Flesher, Lucy Brooks, Arvilla
Kenfield, Etta Gould, Ruth Getchell,
Lucille Moritz, Flora Todd, Edith
Ryan, Gladys Vye, Clair Nangle,
Catheryn MacGregor, Helen Minnick
and Ruth Miner.
SCHOOL LEVY MADE
At a meeting of the Bemidji school
board la&t night, it was decided to
raise $35,000 for school purposes by
direct taxation the coming year. Last
year $31,500 was raised. The rate
last year was 18.8 mills but as the
valuation of the district this year
has been somewhat increased it is
thought that the rate will remain
the same.
Scoop Was Looking For A Bargain By "HOP"
NAMES MINNESOTA DAY
Governor Eberhart Selects Tuesday,
November 19 as Time for Go
Gophers to See Exhibition.
phers to See Exhibition.
Special Rates.
Robert E. Fisher, joint Bemidji
agent of the N. P. and Soo lines
says that there will be rates from
Bemidji to the twin cities during the
exposition. The Soo rate is $9,60
round trip with a Duluth stop over.
Minneapolis, Oct. 11.Special to
the Pioneer.Governors of the seven
Northwestern states will be repre
sented at the Northwestern Products
Exposition in Minneapolis in Nov
ember, have selected their special
state days when the entire exposi
tion will be conducted with special
reference to the state in whose hon
or the day has been set aside.
The governors and their represen
tatives will speak in the lecture halls
and the commissioners in charge of
the exhibits will give away samples
of their products and souvenirs the
biograph halls will be devoted to
tfce showing of motion pictures and
steroptican views, illustrating life
on their farms, in their orchards
and cities. When it is -'Minnesota
Day," all will be Minnesota and each
in its turn will be paramount.
These are the special days selected
by the governors and set aside for
doing honor to the states and cities
or special interests represented.
Tuesday, November 12, Opening
and School Childrens day.
Wednesday, November 13, Agri
cultural College day.
Thursday, November 14, Minnea
polis day.
Friday, November 15, Saint Paul
day.
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MINNESOTA
HISTORICAL
SOCIETY,
TEN CENTS PER WEEK.
VISITORS* BRING
A STRONG ELEVEN
Thief River Falls Team Held Fosston
7 to 6 Week Ago and Nearly
Won the Game.
BEMIDJI BADLY WEAKEHEB*
Men Made Ineligible By Being Be
low In Subjects Cripple the
Backfield Support.
CLASS GIRLS TO SERVE SUPPER
Home Cooked Food to Be Ready in
City Hall at 5 p. m.Tickets
On Sale Today.
Football Saturday.
The Pioneer has ordered the find
scores of the following games and
these will be posted on the bulletin
board as soon as received:
Minnesota vs. Nebraska.
Michigan vs. Michigan Aggies.
Wisconsin vs. Northwestern.
Illinois vs. Washington University.
Iowa vs. Cornell College.
Kansas vs. Baker.
Yale vs. Lafayette.
Harvard vs. Williams.
Pennsylvania vs. Swarthmore.
Princeton vs. Virginia.
Cornell vs. New York University.
The Opposing Players.
Bemidji vs. T. R. Falls
Graham 1. e. Long
Olson 1. t. Adolphs
Klein 1. g. Ihle
Sullivan c. Burns
Titus r. g. Cernej
Achenbach r. t. Foss'im
Wright r. e. Lonson, Cap
Bailey, Cap. q. Jackson
Ryan 1. h. Brown
Hayner r. h. Johnson
Lycan f. b. Stanton
RefereeA. E. Nelson, Ames Agri
cultural College.
Linesman H. J. Dane, Univer
sity of Minnesota.
UmpireTo be selected by the
visitors.
Bemidji will take on Thief Ri\e~
Falls for the third game of the se
son at the fair grounds tomon
ifte-rnoon at 2 o'clock. The gaire
will start promptly as the visitcis
must catch the 4:37 train for their
homes. Officials and team membeiS
are printed above.
Thief River has generally 1 ef a
rated as one of the weak teams cf^
this part of the state but it ca^
back last Saturday and held Fosstcn
to a 7 to 6 score and would ha.
won the game 12 to 7 had not the
referee called back a forward pa
that went over the Fosston goal line.
He claimed that the Thief River
team illegally blocked when getting
the pass. The Thief River boys are
coming to Bemidji confident of win
ning and taking home Bemidji's
scalp.
On the other hand, the Bemidji
team has been weakened by ab
sence of old men who have not kept
up in their studies and will not go
into the field as strong as it d.d
against Fosston and Akeley. Jol n
son is below and was put on the sec
ond team yesterday. His position is
being filled by Klein, but Klein is a
new man and not thoroughly farril
iar with the duties of his position.
Mayne Stanton has been out for prac
tice twice and may get into the game
in case he is needed in the back
field. Elletson may be use! in
Klein's position and Wright in Ellet
son's.
Following the game, the girls of
the high school will serve a supper
in the city hall for twenty-five cents
a plate. The expense of bringing t'ie
Thief River Falls team to Bemidji
is so great that the athletic associa
tion must h^ve outside aid and the
girls have volunteered to ser\
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