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m^w^-v -H..'^.tjT? i4^ -v j*.f$ 2 i'* uyc &* L-l? safe*-"' BEAUTIFUL EILEEN PERCY "Her Honor the Mayor," a new i photoplay in which Miss Eileen Pei i cy appears as a new star in nlmdom, -will begin an engagement at tne Grand theatre tonight. As us title indicates, it is a story otajro- i: man in politics a screen version of I Arline Vainterest Much in this picture i being displayed in the motion pic ture world, because of the personal ity of Miss Percy. Her advance to the front rank of motion picture ac tresses has .heen very rapid. bhe is Dest known for her clever work re cently as leading woman for Para mount stars. Her beauty is of the purest Irish type. The story tells how the first woman mayor of a middle western town set out to destroy the'corrupt forces that liad undermined the gown govern ment and how at the same time she settled her own private problems, in oluding the one gfeat problem that is Everywoman's. Andy and Min, "The Gumps in "Andy's Night Out", will also appear on the program. REPORTS SAY VAUDEVILLE TO BE EXCELLENT. THIS WEEK Reports received from Little .Falls, where tne four acts of Vaudeville which are to appear Friday at the *ran theatre, were playing Tuesday, Indicate that an unusual bill is store tor the lovers of vaudeville, es pecially were the Hordes Trio a suc cess". Three people are in the act, and their weird Russian music, from trange instruments and their danc ing won much applause. Special mention was also given Ruth and KittyrJGlark, two girls and a piano, whose songs and piano work were a distinct hit. Other acts on the bill are Ray and Blanche McKay, late of Cohen-Harris "Going Up" company, in songs and comedy and Knight and Day in"The Violin Lesson." The four acts will be shown Friday only. Aft ernoon and evening. WILLIAM RUSSELL AT HIS BEST IN NEW PLAYa "The Man Who Dared" which opened last night at the Rex theatre, is the fifth William Fox feature in which William Russell has been star Ted, and it is Russell's best from many points of view. There was a large audience, and Russell scored an unequivocal success. The" part fits the star admirably. He appears as Big Jim O'Kanethe husky boss of a camp of lumberjacks In the California Redwoods. Big Jim O'Kane was at war with the sheriff over a girl. To be at war with the sheriff in that land is a very serious ..matter, as O'Keefe discovered. In tlrdeed, he soon found himself to jail, and raged vainly while the sheriff married his jrirj. But it was not be cause she loved the sheriff that she married him, but to save Jimwho, -when he..cametfout of jd.il, set mat ters right with a vengeance. It is a most thrilling story in a perfect setting. The cast includes the chnrming Eileen Percy, who has become a Fox star since this picture was filmed. THE INVISIBLE DIVORCE Beneath the veneer, the empty smiles, the tiny courtesies that soci ety demands when man and wife are in public "sometimes there lies a cur rent of misunderstanding and .disil- JOURNAL PRINTED BY INDIANS Cherokee* Once Had a Newspaper That May Be Said to. Have Be come a Power. The Cherokee Indians, when still oc cupying what now Is the state of Geor gia, published a newspaper in their na tive tongue in 1828. One of their tribe, Sequoyah by name, In 1823 designed 66 characters that were to represent the Cherokee language In print. The national committee and council of the tribe meeting at New Echota. the cap ital of their nation. In 1826, voted a fund to buy type, a pross und the nec essary equipment. The paper was known as the Cherokee Phoenix. Half of It was printed In Cherokee and half In English. Hundreds of full-blood In dians who otherwise would have re mained Illiterate all their lives, were thus enabled to read after mastering the alphabet. These*Indlans became subscribers of' tbe. pa^er, as did mem tvers of neighboring states, and the pa per became a power. The Phoenix was-"known In Eu- rope," and among other famous pa pers that asked to be placed on the exchange list was the London Times. The paper was in operation for about live years, and was harassed when the movement having for Its object the re moval of the Cherokee Indians west ward was at Its height. It suspended publication when the Georgia state legislature forbid a white man to live among the Cherokees. The honor of becoming tbe first In flan editor fell to Ellas Boudlnot, a native-born citizen of the nation. NEWS OF THE THEATRES Ness-Hines' stage successs i UNABLE TO EXPLAIN GENIUS (seientiato of All Ages Have Admitted the Impossibility of Determining Whenc* It Comes. Science Itself admits that It cannot explain genius, for genius simply Is withoat explanation. Handel was only seven when be In sisted on following his father to the iconrt of Saxe-Welsenfels, whose i prince, hearing him play on the or igan In church after the service was Jfver. persuaded his father to five the ."jwww i lusionment that is.all that human nature can bear. Stout hearts, proud hearts oftimes wrap the fragments of a blasted love in draperies of con vention and the baffled recording an gel of married life records another "Invisible Divorce." A story of tangled loves and blind ed romancethat's Th Invisibl Divorce,' 'a National picture, which conies to the Elko theatre tonight and Thursday. The photoplay illustrates the pit falls that beset the paths of persons who start their romantic journey along the marital highway without considering the possibilities of bumps and ruts in the road. Jimmy Ryder and his bride, Pid- -ie" set out youthfully to conquer The world, but adverse circumstances cause a set back. Love flies out of the window as poverty enters. Then there comes a reversion of infatuation upon Jimmie's part to a former flame and complications that entangle hearts and embitter lives ensue. Be fore the storm abates and the clouds roll by, there is many a dramatic and emotional-^firing moment. "The Invisible Divorce" was writ ten by Leila Burton Wells, and among its leading players are Walter Mc Grail, Leatrice Joy, Walter Miller, Grace Darmond and Tom Bates. Paramount Magazine and Holmes Travelogue, also on the Elko pro gram tonight and tomorrow, present other interesting subjects. UNDER THE MICROSCOPE "The Woman Game," in which Blaine Hammerstein will appear at the Elko theatre Friday and Satur day, shows "one half of the world how the other halt lives"and th "other half'1 under the microscope are those interesting, specimens from tbe higher strata of society. 'The Woman 3ame, it is claimed 1* easily the best photoplay in which Miss Hammerstein has yet appeared. NOTED SOCIAL WORKEP IN "AND THE CHILDREN PLAY" Kate Adams, the noted social worker and founder of Coulter House, refuge for unfortunate girls in Chi cago, appears in the motion picture, "And the Children Pay," playing the part of herself. She it is, in the film story, who takes Marge Reynolds from the court where she goes in an attempt to force the father of her illegitimate child to help in the sup port of the baby. Miss Adams has been a leading fig ure in many of Chicago's campaigns against vice, being one of thie strong est figures in the expose which result ed in the abolition, of the worst feat ures of Chicago's cabarets in the win ter of ril6-17. Her personal inves tigations of the riotous conditions in many of the most questionable cafes at that time got the necessary evi dence for the forces of law prosecu tion and she pursued her work often "lono and at great physical risk on the hunt of the city's elements which =i?*rht to drag amusement-mad girls into a worse life. She was one of the pioneers in urg ing upon Miss Winifred Dunn and Jacques Tyrol, the authors of "And the Children Pay," the real need for n, picture which would awaken the public to the need for instruction in SPX matters to children. The interior of Coulter House is shown in one of the most telling points in the drama, when the bereaved father finds his misled daughter in the rescue home. boy a chance. By ImFTlme "he was nine he began to compose church serv ices for voices and instruments and did so'every week for three years. But Handel was a tremendous gor mandizer.. He ordered dinner for three at a hotel, and when asked If he would wait for the others, replied: "I am the others, serve l*e dinner," and he ate all of It. A story *ts told of Handel that while seated at dinner with some other mu sicians he exclaimed, "Oh, I have de taught 1" Those about him begged that he go into another room and write down "de taught," lest they lose some wonderful composition. Handel did this several times, when one of the friends looked through the keyhole and Saw him pouring down some Bur gundy which an admirer had sent him and he did not wish to share with, the others, When a singer complained to Handel that the style of his accompaniments distracted the attention of the hear ers from the siuger to the musician and that If he did not accompany him better he would Jump up on the harp sichord (the piano of that time) and smash It. Handel replied: -PineI Tell me ,wben you are going to do that and 1 shall advertise It, for more people will come to see you Jump than to beaf you sing." "Isle of Artists." An island* in Lake Como la to be known as the "Isle of Artists." And thereby hangs a tale. The owner of the Island. Sig. CaprinI, was a great ad mirer of King Albert of Belgium, and In his will he left it to him with the wish that It might serve same noble purpose which Italy could share. King Albert, through his minister of arts and-sciences, has handed over the property to the Italian government with the object of making the spot a restful retreat and center of activity for those who have devoted their lives to art TJnder the Academy of Milan villas are to be built for artists and the place will be transformed Into a little capital for promoting the line and industrial arts In the Italian lakes dis- trictChicago Dally News. Subscribe for The Daily Pioneer. THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER Climbing from one aeroplane to another without the use of a rope ladder or any other contrivance! is the latest and most daring stunt performed by a birdman. ~A1 Wil son is the dar!ede\ril2*crobat who has gone Lieut Qjrmer Locklear, originator of the stunt climbing from plane to plane, one better. Wilson stands on the top wing of his plane and catches hold of the lower wing of the plane ab6ve as It passes overhead. Wilson will perform his thrilling stunt at the Minnesota State Fair, Twin Cities, Sept. 4 to 11. Many other high class attrac tions are on the-program. The spectacular $40,000 headon rail- AJtTXCUS OP IHCOBPOAT10K We. the undersigned, residents of Bel trami County, State of Minnesota, do hereby associate ourseves togetlu* ror the purpose of becoming: Incorporated as a cooperative association under the pro visions of ChapterofThree Eighty-two X3821) al CHANGES PLANES WITHOUT LADDER Hundred and the Revise Law of .Minnesota, 1919. all T:he acts' amend atorv thereof and supplementary there to, and to that end we do hereby adopt and sign the following articles of incor poration. Article Z. (Nm and Haturo of Business) The name of this association shall be Northern' Produce Association. The general nature of its JjUsiness shall be to conduct an agricultural, mer cantile* and manufacturing enterprise upon the cooperative plan. It ..shall have the power to buy and sell its own products, or those of its members or of other cooperative associations, as It, or its members, or other cooperative asso ciations, may determine, either individ ually or collectively as the case may be. It shall also for the above pur pose have power to purchase, and hold, lease, mortgage, encumber, sell, ex change and convey such real estate, buildings and personal property as the business of the association may require, and to erect buildings upon its own lands or leased grounds. This corporation shall, also, have power *o affiliate with, and to cooper ate with, by membership or^otherwise, any other association having a like co operative purpose to subscribe for and invest all or any part of its funds in the Capital Stock of any other cooper ative association. It shall have power to do anything and everything, not In consistent with law, which is necessary or desirable to accomplish the effects and purposes herein stated. Article IX. (Place of Business.) The principal place of transacting business of this corporation shall be at Marsh Siding, County of Beltrami. Min nesota. Article IXX. (IPeriod of Commencement and Duration) The time of commencing business for this corporation shall be September first, 1920, and the period for its duration shall be thirty years. Article XT. (Blames and Hieatdencee of Incorpor ators.) The names and places of residence or the persons forming this corporation H. L. Arnold of Bemidji, R. R. No. 1. Chas. V. Zahn of Turtle River, R. R. Thos. Porte of Turtle River, R. R. W.*A. Worth of !*midji. R. R. No. 1. A. D. GUclden of Bemidji, R. R. No. 1. Peter Otto Carlson of Turtle River, R. NO. 1. Hans Ntelson of Turtle River, R. R. No. 1. Article V. (Kanacement) The management of this corporation shall be vested in a Board of Directors of seven members. The names and places of residence of the first Board of Directors, who shall jserve until the first election, are: Officers of this corporation shall be a president, vice president, and secre tarv-treasurer, elected annually by ana from the Board of Directors. The annual meeting shall be held In each year on the second Tuesday or June. Article VI. (Capital Stock) The amount of capital stock. I-this corporation shall be $10,000.00, which shall be paid in money or in property or both. In such manner, at such times, and In such amounts as the Board of Directors shall order. The capital stock shall be divided into 100 shares- of the par value of $100.00 each. Article vn. (Indebtedness) The amount of indebtedness that" may be incurred by or in behalf of this as sociation shall at no time exceed ?10,- 000.0t Article XXX. These^articles may be amended in the manner provided by law. In testimony whereof we have here unto set our hands, this eighteenth day of August, 1920. H. J,. ARNOLD. CHAS. P. ZAHN, THOS. PORTE, W. A. WORTH. A. D. GLIDDBN, PETER OTTO CARLSON, HANS NIELSON. (NOTARIAL SEAL) Signed, Sealed and Delivered in the presence, of D. C. DVORACBK, GEO. W. RHBA. State of Minnesota, County of Beltrami, as. Upon this 80th day of August, 1(24, personally appeared before me H. L. Ar nold. Chas, F. Zahn, Thos Porte, Vf. A. .Worth, A. D. OUadea, Peter Otto Cart- I'll road locomotive collision will be staged on Saturday, Sept. 4. This will be a thrilling death duel be tween two eight-wheel locomotives weighing 160.000 pounds each, of American type. The collision will be staged inside the track enclos ure and the giani monsters will come together directly in front of the grandstand. Then there a1 the harness races which promise to be the. mostrex citing in histoiiy. More than "$22,- 000 in purses has been hung up. Two big days of automobile rac ing have been scheduled, for Wednesday, Sept. 8, and Saturday, Sept. 11. The loading dirt track drivers of the world have entered. son. Hans Neilson, to me known to be the persons named in and who execut ed the foregoing Certificate of Incorpor ation, and acknowledgel that bhey exe cuted the same as tneir free act and deed, for the uses and purposes therein expressed. RHE A Notary Public, Beltrami. County, My Commission expiiVs July ZZ, ViZ6. 2t8-31-9-1 A//M/furniture in OberlinCotlegc Office. AIMI office furniture it UMd by wwh ftrnu J. P. Morten Co.. Cadillac Motor Car Co.. Bush Terminal Co.. Nationality Bankv becauae modern organSpationt de mand modern equipment. BEMIDJI ROWING IS GREATEST SPORT. SAYS SAILOR (By United Press.) Antwerp, Aug. 19 (by Henry L. FarreU, by mail).In a haze that 'hung over the Polo grounds like a irreat gray blanket late last Novem ber, a big straight, broad-shouldered boy, hardly discernable the fog, plowed through mud ankle deep and booted two field goals that gave the navy a.6 to 0 victory over the army.jman's Braced against the footboard in the navy shell, the same right foot shoved 180 pounds of Iowa brawn against the oar that stroked the navy crew through a victorious sweep of American water that has brought the eight here to contest for the worlds championship. That right foot belongs to Clyde W. King, the 22-year-old son of a wealthy Grinnell, Iowa, rancher, who pre ferred to work his way through col lege rather than accept the easier route via a proud parent's check. King, whose name is-.in keeping with his rank among the midshipmen, dreamt, hoped and aspired to be a great athlete when he was running around Lodora, Iowa, in short trous ers But he was a puny little lad and couldn't stand the gaff of even the kid games in the neighborhood. When he was eight years old his father sent him to his' ranch in Sas katchewan and he roughed it there for three years, returning home a youngster with a man's physique. He played football and basket ball in high school and then entered Grin nell college. In keeping with a resolve to worK his way through school, he bought a shoe shining parlor in the little* col lege town from a Greek, for ?30U. He decorated the place with pennants and college trimmings and advr*wd, making a specialty of fair co-ed trade. His business grew until his staff of negro boys was swamped and-then he took a hand at shining the leath ers himself. He made close to $1,500 a year for two years and then sold the busi ness for $600, going from there to Marion (Ala.) Institute where he pre pared for Annapolis. His dream of success in athletics Cyame in undreamt proportions at the academy. Twice he has stroked the crew and twice he has won the "N" for foot ball. He has two years more to go and plans to go out next winter for the basket ball team. Considering the condition of the field in New York during the game last year, the feat ol this King in kicking two difficult goals was re markable but it was all the more remarkable when tit is considered Modern Furniture a Sirft i of Success Office Furniture PIONEER STATIONERY HOUSE Pbone WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1920 &- that he played through the game with a charley-horse in his right leg that hurt "worse than a toothache." "When I kicked off to the army on the first play, my leg hurt so badly I thought I would have to quit. But when we got into action I got my mind off it," he says. He was in the hospital at the acad emy for a month after the game. "Of all sports I think rowing is the greatest," he says. "The bigv^. crowds and the joy of personal corJ^ tact bring big thrills in football, bat rowing.is the greatest because it is a game in every sense of the word." SUBSCRIBE FOR THE DAILY PIONEER ALL WORK GUARANTEED Unio Dentists BEMID JI Allsteel filing cabinets can beputjto^ getherin almost limitless combinations.! meet the exact needs of the one-man busi ness as well as the requirements of the bi organization. You simply add.morejinjtsj as your business warrants. Saves Valuable Space Allsteel filing cabinets save 15 to 25% floor space over wood cabinets, and have greater capac-/ ity.. Allsteel is fire-resistant, warp-proof, wear^J 'proof, rodent-proof, dust-proof arid everlasting.1 Come in and examine the Allsteel filing units. 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