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Hugo Schmidt of Cass Lake was a
ijemidjj visitor yesterday.
Fresh, sweet milk and cream, sold
lat Ganter's bafcery. 10-6tf
Anton Skoqg of Cass Lake was a
Bemidji visitor in Tuesday.
G. P. Dunne of Remer was a Tues
day business visitor in Bemidji.
This is, Cloverland lamb week. Eat
more lamb.v Swift &,Co. 5tll-13
H. B. Moore of St. Cloud spent the
day h^re on business yesterday.
G. H. Warner of Brainerd spent
Tuesday in this city on business.
$5.00, $7.00 or ?8.00 will buy hats
worth up to $15 at the Elko Hat
Shop Thursday a. m. ltll-10
Thomas Potter of International
Falls was a Bemidji visitor today.
Tat 150,000 to, loan on farms
Dean Land Co., Bemidji, Minn.
J. L. Rolland of Thief River Fall3
was a Bemidji business visitor on
Thursday morning, Extra Special
Prices made on all hats at the Elko
Hat Shop. ltll-10
LOTS OP HAY NOW at Courtney
Feed and Seed Company. Phone
M. Kelly of Niagara, N. D., spent
Tuesday in the city calling on friends
en route to Minneapolis on business.
12 really good photographs don't
cost any more than a supper party
and last longer Hakkerup's Studio
Chrysanthemums,- all kinds and
colors, Tl-00 to $6.00 per dozen. Be
midji Floral Co. 2U1-10
A dance at Carr Lake school Satur
night, November 13. Music by Mrs.
Van's orchestra. 4tll-15
E. H. De a of Minneapolis.-was^L.
Bemidji visitor today on business
f.nnpfw.fort lyifh thft Crookston Lum
Ladies' and gentlemen's suits
.sponged and pressed, 75 cents. Equal
to other cleaning jobs. Swiss Clean
ers. Phone 65. 28dll-20
100 newv hats will be placed on
sale Thursday morning only at the
Elko Hat Shop. ltll-10
P. ftchadegg of Minneapolis, spent
Sunday and Monday with the family
of his brother, F. G. Schadegg,
turning on Tuesday morning.
Spot cash paid for Liberty Bonds.
See G. B. Hooley at
cery Co., during the day, or at the
Markham hotel eveniUgs. 7-29tf
Arthur. O'Leary returned to his
student duties at Collegeville on
Monday, after spending a week at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
When you next need feed try the
Courtney Seed & Feed Co., where
prices are right. At Grinager's Gro
cery on 3rd street. 9-9tf
Remember all the stores close at
12 o'clock (noon) tomorrow. There
fore if you attend the big sale at the
Elko Hat Shop you will have to come
in the morning.
The Pioneer will pay 10 cents each
for the first three copies reaching
the office of the daily issues dated
September 27, October,4, 21 and 25.
The Mooseheart Legion will hold
regular meeting in (Moose Hall this
evening at 8 o'clock. After the busi
ness session a 10 cent lunch will be
served the Moose and their families
Russia's Iron Ore Deposits.
The greatest iron ore deposits
known are thought to have been locat
ed near Koursk, Russia, by magnetic
disturbances of Intensity unequaled
elsewhere. These disturbances were
studied several years by the late Prof.
Ernst Leyst, a Russian, and his rec
ords are said to have been rescued
and taken to Sweden. Two Swedish
observers find that two immense
parallel deposits of magnetic Iron ore
arc Indicated. These seem to have
about equal length, 57 miles or more,
ad to be separated about 40 miles.
flobscriba fort The daily Pioneer.
Optometrists. If troo
frled wmt headache*,
Dn. Larson es Larson,
acrroasQess or eye dis
tist^ Dad, needing
SOCIETY MEETS TOMORROW
The Women's Foreign 'Missionary I
society of the Methodist church will]
meet tomorrow afternoon with Mrs.
Mary Nelson, 1519 Beltoum avenue.
LUTHERAN LADIES' AID
TO MEET TOMORROW
The Ladies' Aid of the Nymore Lu
theran Free church will meet tomor
row afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the
home of Mrs H. Erickson, 818 Be
midji avenue. Every one will be wel
Mrs. H. E. Rice was the guest of
honor at dinner at the G. R. Martin
home, 1315 Bixby avenue, on Monday
evening. Ill the evening a party of
friends and neighbors whs invited in
for a social evening. The occasion
was the birth anniversary of Mrs.
The Syneopatoi-3 orchestra will go
to Cass Lake,.where they have been
oia*?-A.foi' -Acmist'.c.) Day.
Dr.-and Mrs. W. K. Denisson re
turned last evening from Orr, Minn.,
where they were called last week by
the sudden death of' Mrs. Denisson's
There will be no meeting of Home
stead No. 270 of American Yeomen
on" Thursday evening, November
11, thus permitting full observance
of Armistice Day. Signed, A. D.
Meaning of "Call," a Market Term.
A "call," in markers parlance is a con
tract giving the purchaser the option
to buy a commodity or security at a
fixed price* within a fixed time. It is
used in speculation in grain, cotton,
stocks and foreign exchange. When
German marks, for example, are sell
ing for 1.6 cents, a broker will sell for
$85 the privilege of buying 25,000
fliarks, within nine months, at 5.G
dents each. If the price within tha*
period goes above 5.6 cents, the holder
of the call can purchase at that price
and sell at the prevailing market
price, and have the difference as a
profit If the price docs not reach the
quotation named in the "call," the
money spent for It-is lost.
Shown in the photograph is a pcuion of the 1H.J: \'Mu liwt su.^ai io
now being gathered. Toiis'of beets which will produce HioHs'ands .of ponud
of sugar are being shipped froui the Oplesi, Utah, region, where this photo
graph was made.
Of the Bemidji High football
cfuad/w*6 any playlet* halfbacks
in place of Art ~OI*on tomorrow!
ataiaat Chukot*. **,i,:, ,_
Williams of Grand Rapids, ar
rived Tuesday for a short visit at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Brom
JVTrc. F. A. Noyes, Dorothy Noye3
,'and Mrs. Pete Bromaghan went to
Miss Katy Gordon
Harold Saaries spent the week-end.
at Amadon's camp/ near Leonard.
Carl Ra.uk, Mabel Rauk and Edna
Hanson went to Solway Saturday eve
ning to attend the dan'fee.
Mabel Rauk antf Sdna Hanson
spent Sunday at the Eckstrom home
in Bemidji Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Larson motor-
and Leonore 'lenced
Thorpe left Sunday afternoon for!
Fergus Falls, where they .will attend
Park Region Luther college.
C. Yates of Sohvdy spent several
days here last week plastering for
Een Bredeson and Oscar T. Peterson.
Roy Delaney, Marje Rider and Mrs.
E. E. Rider motored to SoSway Sat
urday evening to attend the dance at
T. E. Rider, \V H.Pawek and Mrs.
Myers went to Clearwater lake Sat
urday afternoon on a combined fish-
ing and hunting trip, returning Mon
Roy Strattori of Bagley ^pent Sev
eral days here last week working.
Ben Bredeson went to Bagley Mon
day afternoon to attend* to business
Mrs. Oliver Barness was a business
caller in Shevlin Friday.
John Desjarctines, T. E. Rider, G,
V. Heathnian and Joy Delaney motor
ed to Baglejf..,Tuesday, evening to get
T\r*.l\.T5*v.l4- WEDNESDAY &
lOlMlgnt ARMISTICE DAY
"Fatty" Arbuckle's First Seven Reel Feature
Matinees 3:0010c-25c Nights 7:30 & 915c-30c
ELK O THEATRE
TONIGHT AND ARMISTICE DAY
ed to Clearbroolr Sunday to visit ati this trade "for twehty^fifve*" years at
Matinee 2:30 Ni^ht 7:30-9:15
LEAVER & COLLINS
Comedy Singing and Acrobatic
Sengs and Stories
Tha King*s Favorite
WM. S. HART
in "Border \Vireles3"
play that has thrilled
more crow ds than any
romance as big
!&$?&# iU?i*#tfjtlie|penln8r ot this
%Xn&eraoit bt^CleafbrobS'i*"o^ ^R5retticy can ge_T. expert work
was a"'6\lin caller bunda after- done ivjl rrJs?R ib]e prices,
noon I O. E. Evenvoid went to Bagley on
A number of joung people hiked! Wednesday to attend a-county com-
to LudvigrHolum's farm seveial miles missjoner meeting
Amatdon, who is employed on
south of Shevlin Fridaj evening. An
enjoyable e\ening was spent playing I
games and making cand A delicious
lunch was served after which they
walked fcjack to town Those pre-,
sent were Mae Bromaglmi, Edna
I'dhson, Ruby Peteison, Chab. Mc
Donald, Mrs. Edwin (.loidoi^, Miss
MiLer, MISJ Mlkkelson, .Miss Lo'wrey,
JSllen Espelaud, Mrs Edor Bredeson, i
Lillian Skarohhd, Gladys Gordon,!
Veina Berfield and Cecil Holton.
Mrs, A Noj es, Mrs Wm. Gor
don, Mrs T. E Ridei and Dorothy
Noyes motored to Bagley Sunday
Jweningftct/Jftteiid the services at the:
(J6ngrcgational diunli at tluit place.
The annual Ladies' A'd sale, held
Saturday iaftei noon at the _\i W. A,
hjli was one ot the )es attended and
biggct fluancial suro^c in ihe his
tory ot that or^ari'ition The pro
ceeds from the fralo uid lunch were
.ppimiinatclv $110 This money
will be used for nnpio\ ements in the
Dgrc^hy- and Gordon Nojes .ittend--
ed the-movies at Bagley Tuesday
O. G. Loo of Bjgle\ db a busi
ness calle* jn Shevlin Thursday
Bill Wieiich spent Sunday at the
homo of his parents here.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker spent Sunday
at Bemidji visiting friends and rela
Oliver Barness of Bagiey was a
business caller in Shevlin Monday
afternoon. Mr. Barness has received
the appointment as Sheriff for Clear
water county and will be stationed at
Bargley in that capacity.
Mr. Larson has opened a black
smith' shop and will use Nick Han
son's shop., Mr. Larson is an experi
blacksmith, having worked at
?If you are disgusted with hard,
unsteady work, with small pay,
to us for information about
the BARBER TRADE. Our course
can be quickly learned and the
charge' is very reasonable.
Shortage of barbers insures
steady work with salaries better
than ever before. A good barber
can start in business for himself
with a few h'undred dollars.
This college teaches the most
up-to-date methods ot barbering^
including "ELECTRIC HAIR
CUTTING." Write today for
FREE catalog and hair cutting
TWIN CITY BARBER COLLEGE
204 Hennepin Ave.
"NOMADS OF THE
are the trail
James Oliver Curwood's
terrific tale of life and love
in the Canadian wilds, starts
a road job near Leonard,.,was a busb
ness caller here on Tuesday.
Mrs. Guy aricl Mrs. Jix Wilcox went
to Bagley Monday shopping and re
ceiving dentu attention.
Miss Olson, principal of the local
schools, went to Mcintosh Friday to
visit the week-end with her parents
who reside at that place. She re
A number of close friends and rela
tives met at the Pete Anderson home
in Tuesday evening In honor of the
Misses Katie Gordon and Leonore
Thorpe who left Sunday for school
at Fergus Falls. The evening was
spent in playing" games and convers
ing, aftef which a delightful lunch
A Screen Epic of the Great
A Benjamin B.Hampton Production
A photoplay of the novel
"THE DESERT OF WHEAT*
Grand Sat. & Sun,
TO-NIGHT and ARMISTICE DAY
Th man who carried the punch into the ring and onto the screen
In an American society drama of heart interest and thrills
GEORGE S CARPENTIE
With the million dollar smilethree times decorated fo* bravery as an ace in the
French Air Service, Heavyweight Champion of Europe, and Gentlemanin
Was SMTCT ij j!' i i T111'*111'^
1 ii 1 1
TH E WONDE MAN
A Modern American Society Dramamade in America gorgeously produced
with wonderfully rich settings and scenes in seven parts. The magnetic personality
of Carpentier as the "MYSTERIOUS STRANGER" holds the spectator to the last
foot of film.
I It Is the Surprise Picture of the Day
A ie. i in.
REX TO-DA last Time
ES HE FOUND SANCTUARYIN THE LIGHT OF HER EY
The big stage success
'MERELY MAftV ANN*
W1U.IAM FOX PfcODUCtlOM.
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By Frank L. Packard, author of
Miracle Man." An amazing screen play of
life in the half-world.
ComingMARY PICKFORD, in "Daddy
William Fox presents BRIDE 13, "The Tarantula's Trail"
Rex Union Orchestra *V
Matinee 2t30t-10c and 25c Evenings 7:20 and 910c and 30c
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