FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 5, 1920
BENIDJ1 NEWSY NOTE S
TV each 4ay give n interesting nd complete review of the
city** social activities is our desire. This page is devoted to per-
sonal mention, social items and news briefs and we solicit your
co-operation in its maintenance. Items phoned or mailed to this
office are appreciated by readers of the paper and by the publishers.
O. Lowe of Cass Lake spent yes
terday in this city.
Highest prices paid for pianos.
Phone 737J. 6(13-10
John Hicks of Reiner was a Thurs
day caller in this city.
Miss P. Peterson of Kelliher was a
Thursday caller in Bemidji.
O. M. Thompson of Crookston spent
the day in this city yesterday.
$50,000 to loan on farms. Dean
Land Co. d7 ltt
J. H. Frerich of Clear Lake spent
the day in Bemidji on Thursday.
Emil Mock and Melvin Gould of
Skime spent Thursday in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tagley of
Mentor were Thursday visitor in Be
Clifford & Co., are selling P. & G.
soap, 12 bars for $1.00 and Lenox
21 bars for $1.00. 2d3-5
Mrs. R. H. Reed and Miss Margaret
Oberg of Blackduck are among Be
midji's guests today.
Clifford & Co. are selling P. & G.
soap 12 bars for J1.00 and Lenox
21 bars for $1.00. 2d3-5
Mrs. Millard Winebrenner is spend
ing a few days in Bemidji attending
to matters of business.
Sweet milk for babies. Clarified
milk beats all at Peoples Store Co.
Call or phone 66 or 65. 6d3-8
Any lady Maccabee who has had
experience in nursing please notify
Mrs. Toble, commander. 2d3-6
iMr. and Mrs. M. L. Matson of Kel
liher were among the out of town
visitors in Bemidji yesterday.
Sixteen inch mixed hard and soft
slab, wood for sale, $3.50 per load.
Bemidji Mfg. Co. Phone 481. T&F
Mrs. Helen Winklesky left for St.
Paul today, after visiting for a few
days at the home of her brother, Paul
Winklesky. She will visit in St. Paul
lor a short time, when she will leave
for her home at Everett, Wash., ac
companied by Mrs. F. W. Winklesky
of Morgan Park.
Matinees Daily 2:30
Nights at 7:30 and 9:00
OF FILM PRODUCTION
Alice Joyce the Star, Rex Beach
the Author, Beautiful Back
grounds, Artistic Titles,
There is such a thing as a double
and triple revenge. The exquisitely
hideous human exploit is revealed in
Vitagraph's new superfilm, "The
Vengeance of Durand." This produc
tion, a seven part pic
turization of the fam
ous novel of the same
name by Rex Beach,
will be shown at the
Grand theatre on
Sunday and Monday.
Alice Joyce is the
star. "The Venge
ance of Durand" has
some of the most gorgeous settings
ever seen in a picture. Its happen
ings occur mid the social whirlin
great receptions, balls and dinners
'within a splendid chateau. The char
acters are drawn from among a class
of beings who dwell at the very top
of cultured, finished aristocracy.
Chivalry, romance and modern
knightliness find play throughout
i against a contrast of equally dynamic
evil. Big minds are seen at work
in the fashioning of their own and
the destiny of others as the story
winds its way.
The climax alone, always a crucial
point and a focal fact of a drama,
novel or film, is here a fact of tre
mendous importance. The climax of
this picture is like no climax ever con
trived. It is gigantic.
We have contracted for Harold
.iloyd's new $100,000 two-parC com
dies, the first one entitled "Bumping
~\\o Broadway," will be shown at
Grand theatre at an early date.
Rev. Randall, pastor of the Swed
ish Lutheran church of Hines, visited
at the John Moberg home in this city
Mrs. VV. Clark left St. An
thony's hospital several days ago,
and is now at the H. Mills home, con
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Galloway re
turned this morning from Chicago,
where they have spent the past four
clays on a buying trip.
C. W. Clark returned to Puposky
yesterday to resume his duties, after
being ill for the past two weeks at
the H. Mills home here.
Spoi cash paid lor Liberty Bonds,
*nd Liberty Bond receipts See G.
tf. Hooiey at Northern Giocery Co,
during the day, or at Markhain hotel.
H. N. McKee, county coroner and
undertaker for the firm of Huffman
& O'Leary, is improving in health
and is able to partially resume his
Barnie Willits has live agents in
Iowa and Nebraska that sell land.
Write me if you want to sell your
farm. Barnie Willits, care Hotel
Dykeman, Minneapolis. 2d3-5
Rev. Hibard, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church of Crookston,
was a guest of this city yesterday.
He officiated at the funeral services
for Mrs. Walter Marcum.
Mrs. C. W. Warwick returned to
her home in Minneapolis last even
ing, after spending the past two days
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. S.
Millner on Lake Boulevard.
Barnie "\YilIits owner of the French
farm, gets in the game again, and
will sell land in the Red River valley
and at Bemidji this year. If you
want to sell your farm see E. J.
Willits or write me, care Hotel Dyke
man, Minneapolis. Mr. Willits leaves
tonight for Iowa and Nebraska to
meet his agents. 2d3-5
Take a friendly tip and follow the
crowds to Laughland. Henry Lebr
mans' pictjjrization of the world's
funniest baby and its rise to czar of
the bootleggers and chief "stew" of
the "tight-riders""A Twilight
Baby," with Lloyd (Ham) Hamilton
and Virginia Rappe. Here tonight
and tomorrow. ld3-5
ENID BENNETT HAS
ENGAGING ROLE IN
NEW 1NCE PICTURE
"The Woman in the Suitcase"
Tells How Young Girl
The latest Enid Bennett picture
bears the interesting title of "The
Woman in the Suitcase." It will be
shown at the Elko theatre tonight
and Saturday."" The story centers
around a vivacious young boarding
school miss, who has always made
more or, less of a pal out of her
father and is shocked to discover the
photograph of a comely woman, not
her mother, in his suitcase. The pic
ture bears an endearing inscription
and convinces Mary, the heroine, that
her father is carrying on an affair
with the siren. She determines to
The developments when Mary hires
a professional escort, makes the
acquaintance of "the other woman,"
and finally brings about a dramatic
situation that makes her father see
the error of his ways form the plot
of what is declared to be a most ab
Other features at the Elko for Fri
day and Saturday will be Larry
Semon, the famous comedian, in
"Between the Acts," also a special
musical program each evening.
Tuesday and Wednesday
"A Modern Cinderella"
and Madge Kennedy in
"The Blooming Angel"
First Show at 7:15
Second Show at 9:00
Admission 20c and 40c
Dr. J. T. Tuonay left last evening
for the Twin Cities, where he will at
tend the State Dental Association.
He win return to Bemidji Monday.
Dr. D. L. Stanton is expected to re
turn here Sunday from Minneapolis
where he has been attending the con
vention of Minnesota dentists which
is being held in that city.
The Linnea Society of the Swedish
Lutheran church will meet in the
church basement at 8 o'clock this
evening. Mrs. G. C. Berglund and
Miss Edyth Berglund will entertain.
Merton Benton was called to his
home at .Minot, N. D., Thursday, be
cause of the serious illness of his
father. Mr Benton has been em
ployed in this vicinity during the
Mrs. Lillian Baldwin and grand
son, Sam Baldwin have arrived from
Pine Inland, Minn., to be the guests
of Mr and Mrs. H. C. Geil. Mrs.
Baldwin is their niece. They will
make an extended visit here.
The world is safe for Democracy
but how about chickens? See "A
Twilight Baby," Henry Lehrman's
initial production for First National
Exhibitors' Circuit. It starts tonight
and will be seen again Saturday. Id5
Mrs Minnie Warner and daughter,
Mavis, were in Bemidji Thursday en
route to their home at Puposky. They
have spent the winter with relatives
at Crookston and are now returning
to their farm to get ready to start the
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Nice will leave
tomorrow for LaCrosse, Wis., where
they will make their future home.
Mr. Nice has ibeen connected with
Armour & Co. here for the past eight
months, and bas accepted a position
with that company at LaCrosse.
FAREWELL PARTY TONIGHT.
There will be a farewell party at
the Moose hall this evening at 8
o'clock, for Mr and Mrs. William
Dugas, who are leaving in a few days
It is being given by the Loyal
Order of Moose and the ladies of the
Mooseheart Legion and all members
are urged to be present. Mr. and
Mrs. Dugas have resided in this city
for many years and have a host of
friends who are taking this way to
show them their appreciation for
their work in the lodge here and to
wish them success and happiness in
their new home.
LADIES OF G. A. R.
Meet at Odd Fellow's hall at 1.30
o'clock Sunday afternoon to attend
Comrade Smith's funeral. Wear
Id3-5 Mrs. C. A. Parker, President.
We are now prepared to do your
spring and summer sewing. All work
will receive prompt and careful at
tention. Miss Nellie Hinkley, tail
oress, 701 America. ld3-5
Next Week's NewsToday Published Every ThursdayBy the Harding-Whaley Co., Bemidji, Minn.
CHARLES RAY WORKS
AS A MECHANIC IN
REAL IRON FOUNDRY
Making Seen* for "Red Hot Dollar*,"
Star Shows His Brawn.
Many of the episodes in Charles
Ray's new picture, "Red Hot Dollars,"
which is coming to the Elko theatre
Wednesday and Thursday of next
week, take place in a foundry, and,
to secure absolute realism, the com
pany of players journeyed to a big
iron works to "shoot" the scenes.
They entered the foundry while the
regular night shift was on the job.
At first there was considerable chaff
ing of the actors by the workmen,
but when Mr. Ray appeared in over
alls and proceeded to handle the
heavy sledges with the strongest of
them, the joking stopped.
"Well, you're seeing in operation,"
said a machinist to the star during a
resting spell, "One of the oldest in
dustries in the worldthe moulding
"And you," returned Mr. Ray, "are
THEBEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
NOTICE TO LADY MACCABEES.
Members of the Women's Benefit
Association of Maccabees notify Mrs.
Toble. Commander, or Mrs. Batch
elder, Lieutenant Commander, at
once of all members or members fam
ilies who are sick with the influenza.
Where financial aid, medical atten
tion or nurses aid is needed for a
lady Maccabee who is unable to pay
for it we are authorized to give the
immediate care and will make recom
mendations for the regular Woman's
Benefit Association hospital service
or is equivalent to cash.
Signed, Mrs. Toble, commander,
Phone 896. 2d3-6
SUN. MON. TUES.
Forty-live Minutes of Legitimate Fun and Music With Regular
Feature Pictures and Special OrchestraLow
Admission Price of 20c and 40c
Beginning next Tuesday, March 9th, the Florence Hartley Musical
Comedy company will present "A Modern Cinderella," which is described
as forty-five minutes of fun, music and frolic, in conjunction with the
regular feature picture, "The Blooming Angel," in which Madge Kennedy
has the stellar roll. On Thursday and Friday, the "Flo Hartley Company"
will present "At Gay Coney Island" with the picture "Her Elephant Man,"
starring Shirley Mason.
Two shows will be given each night, the first beginning at 7:15 p. m.1
and the admission price is especially attractive20c for children and 40c
for adults. The Flo Hartley company comes well recommended and the
following is an excerpt from the Grand Forks Herald, where they are now
playing a week stand:
"The Florence Hartley Musical Comedy company, which opened a five-
day engagement at the Metropolitan theatre last night, pleased a large
audience. 'A Modem Cinderella' was the bill offered last night, and it
proved a diverting evening's entertainment. It is shown in connection
with the picture 'Lost Money.' The playlet is a clever farce with song and
dance numbers interpolated. The work of the Irish and Jew comedians
FLO HARTLEY MUSICAL STOCK CO.
COMES TO GRAND FOUR DAYS
Classic of South Seas.
It was "Victory" that Maurice
Tourneur selected as an epic of the
South Seas suitable for film adapta
tion, and with the enthusiasm that
came from the knowledge that he had
a masterpiece of story, plot and ac
tion he created a production that
deserves to live for generations. It
is a picture that possesses the qual
ities of breathless interest, fascina
tion and suspense. Tourneur's "Vic
tory" appears at the Elko soon.
seeing in operation the newest in
dustry in the world and already the
fifth largestthe motion picture."
So it was that for "Red Hot Dol
lars" the oldest and the newest of
the industrise met. The story is about
Tod Burke, foundry worker, who in
reutrn for saving his employer's life
was made his protege. Later, dis
covering that the rich ironmaster had
caused the ruin of his sweetheart's
grand-father, with whom she lived,
Tod left him. But all turns out hap
pily. The picture was produced by
Thomas H. Ince and is a Paramount
Of the Union men of Bemidji at
the Moose ball Sunday evening,
March 7, a 8 o'clock, under the aus
pices of the Unions of Bemidji for
the purpose of forming a central
body. President E. H. Hall of the
State Federation of Labor will speak
on the benefits of organization and
the needs of closer affiliation and co
operation. Every member should be
Bemidji Lodge No. 119,
I. 0. O. F., Beltrami
Ave. and 4th St., meets
every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock.
C. J. Winter, N. G., Tel. S62J
R. A. Hannah, Rec. Sec. Tel 719W
Loyal Order of
MOOSE, NO. 1452,
Meets first 9t third
Tues. each month
Cor. Minnesota Ave. and Third St.
Visiting brothers especially invited
C. B. Hoyt, Secy. Phone 701W
INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS
Also SPECIAL FEATURE Comedy
The Wonderful Comedian, in
"BETWEEN THE ACTS"
Special Musical Program Evenings
CHRISTIE COMEDY WILL
Colleen Moore With Christie
Girls, in Special Two
"Her Bridal Nightmare," is the
alluring title of the special two-part
Christie comedy showing tonight and
Saturday at the Grand theatre. Col
leen Moore, the^ charming leading
lady in several of the Chas. Ray pic
tures, will appear for the first time
as a full fledged comedienne, and
the "Christie" girls will be present.
Wm. Desmond and Mary Thurman
are the leading characters in a com
edy drama of adventure and romance
entitled "The Prince and Betty,"
which is the feature attraction.
ETHEL CLAYTON IN
OF MARRIED LIFE
'The 13th Commandment" Indicts
Pampered Wife Who De
Stories about yonng married life
are always interesting. Rupert
Hughes' "Thirteenth Commandment"
created quite a stir when it ran serial
ly in a popular magazine and later
as a novel. Now it has been adapted
to the screen and will be shown with
Ethel Clayton in the leading role at
the Elko theatre next week.
The heroine is the pampered daugh
ter of a middle western merchant.
She has always had all she wanted
and, when she becomes engaged to
a young New Yorker, supposes him
to be rich because he spends lots
of money on her. But a trip to the
metropolis shows her that he is real
ly poor and is making tremendous
sacrifices in order to satisfy her
whims. Other dramatic developments
convince her of the injustice of the
attitude of the pretty woman who
demands a heavy financial tribute
from her husband for simply being
idle and extravagant.
She pursues an independent career
her, goes to him on a "fifty-fifty"
An Allan Dwan produc
tion, by Richard Harding
Davis, presented by the May
flower Photoplay Corpora
tion. WE PHOTOGRAPH
By day light, electric light, flash
light, etc. News photos of current,
events especially wanted.
Studio Portraits Extra value
sepias, only $4.85 per doz. Post
Cards, only $1.85, and proofs sub
mitted. Rich Portrait Studio
29 Tenth St., Corner Doud
Kodak FinishingHighest qual
ity at lowest priceswhy pay
more? Developing, 10c prints,
2%x3&, 3c 2%x4%, 4c post
card size, only 5c.
TONIGHT & TOMORROW
Matinees Daily 3:00
Nights at 7:30 and 9:00
Priceless to Patrons
Ideally Cast in Popular Story
Second Prizma Picture,
You've probably read, in your
favorite magazines, lots of stories
by Juliet Wilbor Tompkins. She's
one of the most popular women writ
era in America. Her stories appear
in the Woman's Home Companion,
Ladies' Home Journal and other
Probably her best story, which was
published first as a serial and later
as a novel, is "A Girl Named Mary."
It's primarily a heart interest story,
all about a mother and the daughter
she lost when a child. Based on the
most tremendous theme in life
mother loveit was a wonderful
success in its published form.
Now it has been made into a mo
tion picture, starring Marguerite
Clark. A supporting cast headed by
Kathlyn Williams and Wallace Mac
Donald, and including Charle* Clary
and other prominent favorites, en
acts it. And it's a Paramount-Art
"A Girl Named Mary," the feature
at the Elko next Sunday, Monday and
Tuesday, is one of those productions
to which you will want to bring the
whole family. It's one of the most
wholesome pictures ever made, and
entertaining from beginning to end.
The second Prizma picture, in
natural colors, to appear at the Elko
is a most delightful subject filmed
in the Catalina Islands. It will also
be shown Sunday, Monday and Tues
day, with appropriate orchestra ac
companiment on Sunday evening.
and, when her fiance is ready to wed
basis. Miss Clayton is supported by
a fine cast, which includes Anna Q.
Nilsson, Monte Blue, Charles Mere
dith, and Irving Cummings. It is a
Paramount-Artcraft picture directed
by Robert G. Vignola.
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