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FRIDAY EVENINQ, DECEMBER 29 1922
"THE HOTTENTOT" AT GRAND
THEATRE, SUNDAY, MONDAY
None of the humor and action of
the original stage play of "The Hot
tentot" in, which William Collier kept
Broadway laughing for over a year
has been lost in the film version of
:-6he -story," which is coming to the
Grand theatre on Sunday.
The cleverest wit in the stage play
has been reproduced on the screen
in the titles. Additional funny sit-
^pia.tip^rf^aTe, Tjeext marked in, while,
the ^eeple-chase, *w^ich could only
__ tSked about .in the play, is, a
thrilling piece of realism in thefpTc..
}ture- It is the exciting climax- of
the fun and, thrills that arise fr-om
the embarrassing situations in which
a yachtsman who is afraid of horses
and who is mistaken for a rider of
the same name gets himself.
Dousglas MacLean as Sam Har
rington wins the race and the love
of a girl who is portrayed by pretty
Madge Bellamy. Raymond Hattoin
takes the part of Swift, the eccent
ric butler, who is am ex-hostler and
is good for, a laugh every time he
appears on the screen.
^'SATURDAY* NIGHT" COMING
TO ELKO THEATRE SOON
Lingerie plays such, an important
part in Cecil B. DeMille's latest Par
amount production "Saturday Night"
which is to' be shown at the Elko thea
tre very soon, that Clare West, fash
ion designer for Mr. De Mille was
forced to devote the entire attention
of her force of seamstresses to the
making of these articles of milady's
wardrobe for several days prior to the
Leatrice Joy, Edith Roberts, Con
rad Nagel, Jack Mower, Julia Faye,
Edyth Chapman Sylvia Ashton, Theo
dore Roberts,-James Neill, John Da
vidson and others appear in the all
stir cfisf of '."Saturday Night Not
all of them are intimately associated
with the lingerie but most of the era-
4n?ne players iind pictorial use for
-It at one/point or another in the
story. "ON THE HIGH SEAS" AT
ELKO THEATRE TONIGHT
"Appearing in one of the strongest
sea pictures ever filmed, Dorothy
Dalton and Jack Holt, featured play
ers will be seen in Paramount's "On
The High Seas" at the Elko theatre
ton'ght, and Saturday. The act
ion opens on an ocean liner which is
wrecked and the principal players
are saved in a leaky boat when almost
de?d from thirst and exhaustion, run
upon a derelict which is deserted save
But those who have
succeeded will tell
you. that it's nothing
but efficiency and
in ^g? J8W
for a black kitten, all on board hav
ing died from a plague. On this ship
many incidents ensue as the storm
arises and beastly passion becomes up
permost in the min of Pollack, the
burly-stoker,, who attacks the girl a
woman of high station and is worsted
in a fight by Jini, the other stoker,
who at the tfhish of the storj*, proves'
to be a wealthy man who had worked
his way back on the line in searcn oi
adventure. Jim and the girl are fi
nally Tescued from the derelict as it
is about to sink and taken -back to
port where they again resume their
social positions of lady and stoker1,
'until in the surprise finish Jim kid
naps the girl and then reveals his
A two-part comedy entitled "Just
(Dogs" will complete the program
Let us give you the
Business Training that will make you ef-
ficient' and you'll find
School Opens January 8
BEM1DJI BUSINESS COLLEGE
Day and Night Classes. Troppman Block
Groc. Dept. Phone 927
Monarch coffee, our high
est quality, 1 lb. 44c
3 lb. can $1. 25
5 lb. can $2.10
W will give one pound
free with 5 lbs. Sat.
New York N. Spy apples
10 lbs for 59c
Fancy box apples repack-
Creamery butter -43c
Orangey special per
dozen *i 39c
Storage eggs 33c
Fresh eggs 45c
Karo syrup Maple flavor
5 lb. pails 39c
Honey, qt. jar 55c
Shelled corn yellow, 100
lb. sacks $1.50
Cracked corn yellow, 100
lb. sack $1.55
Delivered 10c extra.
These exclusive pictures i rum-running off Long Island, N. Y., show
how the wireless and seaplane are used to elude enforcement agents-
Above is shown_ a boat putting off from the Bahama schooner, Mystery J-,
to takei cases of booze to a
come out in answer to a, wireless call.
THE VALLEY OF SILENT MEN"
AT ELKO THEATRE SUNDAY
A picture which combines magnifi-
SOME MEN CALL IT LUCK!
The success that brings with it influence,
power, friends and money.
Me at Dept. Phone 928
Beef roast pound.... 10c
Beef stew, rib lb 7
Round steak pound 20c
Sirloin steak choice, 25o
Pork chops, lb 22c
Spare ribs 9
Pork Liver lb. 8c
Fresh Bologna and liver
sausage Oleomargarine 4 lbsfl.00
-Pure lard, 10 lbs/ .$1.39
10 poud pail Herring
Come in add see our dis
play of bslrgains in can
ned and bottled goods in
the meatf department.
Celery and head lettuce
Fresh select oysters
seaplane (shown in the background) which has
cient scenic beauty with a thrilling
story is "The Valley of Silent Men"
adapted from James Oliver Cur
wood's famous novel of the same
name as a Cosmopolitan production
and released by Paramount.
The picture was directed by Frank
Borzage, and which features Alma
Rubens at the head of a
Mrs. Pearl Cook, wife of Ira Cook
passed away at her home here Sun
day morning. While Mrs. Cook had
been in ill health for more than a I
year, her sudden death was an un-
Mrs- Cook and wish that we could
do or say something that would
ease the deep grief of the husband
Funeral servces were held at the
Cook home on Wednesday morning
and interment made in the cemetery
ear Puposky Wednesday afternoon.
T* undorfaker came out from
Bemidji Sunday and a floral offer
ing was ordered from Bemidji by
the Pleasant Valley Community.
The N. L. Knox family spent
Christmas with the Knox's at 1117
I'ark avenue, Bemidji.
Tom Randall arrived home Satur
THE BEM1DJI DAILY PIONEER
How Holiday Booze Irr gates American Desert
Beginning Monday January 1, and
continuing throughout the week, a
small but' show troupe will play in the C. C.
i^werfufcastT igTommg"to the Elko .hall. This play ,11 i "I'eif
theatre next Sunday for two days. with the dance Monday night, how-
It is well worth seeing.
expected shock to her family and Mrs. Wraj Travjs and daughter
to the community. For more than. Mildred were business visitors in Be-
nine years the Ira Cook family have midji last Friday,
lived in Pleasant Valley and the Carl Nelson left last Thursday for
community sadly mourns the loss cf ,1
Harry D. Sorenson was a business
caller in Bemidji -s Tuesday.
Mrs. E. A- Grier was a visitor in
Bemidji last Friday.
Kenneth Medley and his mother
are spending **ie 'hWida.v* h^rn
Mr. C. C. Spencer returned last
Saturday from Feigus run,
In the days of Oliver Cromwell
Christmas was an illegal festivity in
England- It was Cromwell's idea
that it was a superstitious festival,
and he forbade it .to be celebrated
He also ordered all holly and mistle
toe to be destroyed, regarding: them
as plants of the Evil One. As a mat
ter of fact, little notice was taken
of the order, and most people cele
brated Christmas as usual.
The buyer who follows the sign of Atwood's Jtfcsh.. Roasted
Coffee Club follows the mark of quality and value.
Coffee prices are advancing and poor^dffees are the "Price
Never will we feature poor coffee. Our membership in the
Atwood Fresn Roasted Coffee Club' guarantees the finest coffees
the world produces at "protec^oir" prices.
We sell Qujftity at Bargain Prices
ASK#OR THESE BRANDS IN BULK
"Palace^ound 30c "Special" pound
"Ideal',rpound 40c "Best" pound
IS COFFEE DAY
Those buying in containers choose
Atwood's Private Brand Coffee
All tin double sealed containerir easy to
1 lb. 45c
This is orange week hereSee displaySpecial prices
35, 45', 55, and 60c dozen
Fresh Dressed Poultry for New Year's dinner, Turkeys,
Geese, Chickens, Head Lettuce, Celery, Cranberries
PALACE MEA & GROCER
Store Closed Monday'
sit- ,+v- _a.
ttmutm wm mM ti
The plane which came out to meet the Mytetery J. outside the three-
mile limit off Long Island, N. Y-, is shown here being loaded with liquor
from the small boat which put off from the booze carrier.
Rum Ship Poses for Picture
The aptly named rum smuggler Mystery J. is shown here as she
arrived from the Bahamas with her cargo of booze for thirsty New York.
The Mystery J. is one of the best known craft in "the trade" and up toi
the present time has been a phantom ship as far as prohibition aganest are
North Dakota where he expects to
remain for some time.
Ed O'Connell returned two weeks
ago from an all-summer's visit in
Charles Cook spent the holidays
with friends here.
BUY IN BEMIDJI
itis mm. STORE
YEAR END SPECIALS
Flour, Golden Link, 4 9 lb.
Highly recommended and ful
ly guaranteed to give entire
Quality Loaf, 4 9 lb. sack $1.99
W carry compressed yeasj
Chase and Sanborn Seal Cof-i
fee in 5 lb. cans, very special^
C. & Sanborn "SheridaV 3
lb .....j/\. ..$1.00
California figs'in pkgs. 2
for ,.y: 25c
[Dates^iri^bulk, 2 lb. for. .35c
Dates "Dromedary" pkg.. 23c
"Fresh Marshmellows per
Bulk Mince Meat per lb.. 18c
Golden Bantam Corn 18k 20c
Sweet Apple Cider, per gal
1-2 gal. Welch's
Peanut Butter in 5 lb. cans
Syrup, "Golden" 10 lb. tins
Syrup "Golden" 5 lb. Tins
Syrup Karo, maple flavor,
5 lb. tins 42c
!Syrup Log Cabin quarts.. 69c
i Cranberries, 2 lb. for 36c
Lenox soap, 2 5 bars for $1. 00
Luna soap, 2 5 bars tor $1.00
Big 4 soap 2 0 bars for.. $1.00
Bacon squares, fresh lean, per
Bacon strips, lean, 25c
Lard (kettle rendered) per
"N. B." C." crackers, 1-2 or
large cady, lb 12c
Fruits and vegetables in
""Wishing you a Happy New
BRADSFTH & WHLEY
Closed all day Monday
TOM SIMS SAYS
There are so many wild baseball
figures laying around you can tell
who has bought the 1923 pennant.
Skirts are longer so they can be
Speaking of full measure, many
a pint bottle holds a barrel of talk.
Marriages are made in heaven and
delivered under the mistletoe.
All work and no play makes Jack
.a blame fool.
The nicest part about going home
Christmas is you can tell all kinds
of crazy things about where you have
GREATEST OF ALL SEA ROMANCES!
It starts with a fire and shipwreck at ^ea, it r'ses to unprecedented
heights of emotion through daring rescues and adventures it
reaches a climax in an elopement at the altar!
Two popular stars, famous for their starring work in outdoor roles
in a roaring love melodrama of the sea.
ADOLPH ZUKOR Presents
O The High
DOROTHY DALTON and JACK HOLT
Supported by Mitchell Lewis
A PARAMOUNT PICTURE
Also"JUST DOGS"2 part comedy
ELKO l%%% TONIGHT
SUNDAY AT THE ELKO
Famous Players-Lasky Corporation Fre-onU
"Ihe Valley of Silent Men??
With Alma Rubens. Created by Cosmopolitan productions
The most popular story of the Northwest ever written by
Inspiration Pictures, Inc. Presents =j
1 RICHARD BARTHOLMESS1
"THE SEVENTH DAY" I
By Porter Emerson Browne, directed by Henry King,
director of "Tol'able David." A First National Attrac-
Mack Sennet Presents
"WHEN SUMMER COMES" 1
With Billy Bevan and Mildred June =5
Distributed by Associated First National Pictures, Inc.
Grand OrchestraMatinee 2:30, 7-10-910c & 30c
GR4ND Openin Sunday
Thos. H. Ince Presents
With Douglas MacLean and
A RIOT! One of the great big hits of the year. That
steeplechase! When your not laughing your yelling
yelling like! And the story! A panic when a youth
who can't ev en stick on a rocking-horse has oride a
four-legged thunder-bolt because his girl believes he
is a famous steeplechaser.
IT'LL HAVE YOU O N YOUR FEETRIDING ALL
The gasps of an earthquake!
The yells of a mirthquake
Distributed by Associated First National pictures
If many of our day dreams came
true they would be nightmares.
bandits blew a safe
thin $46,000. Police
Small turkeys are better than big
turkeys because there isn't so much,
hash on a smoll turkey.
What is worse than getting two
ties exactly alike for Christmas?
Making love is often simple be
cause the people who niake it are.
Duck hunters report a big crop of
It is estimated the average man
could learn to beat a drum with the
energy spent shaking hands.