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STUDY LUB
FOR LYCEUM
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Iff ItftYl. AND DAUGHTERS.
'^October 27Bohumir Kryl and
Bctughtrs have proven themselves
one^ of the most worth while and
rhtful musical organizations ever
lyceum patrons. Mr. Kryl is
feognized as the world's greatest
& soloist. Miss Marie Kryl,
st, astonishes everyone by her
igth of touch and wonderful
inique. Miss Josephine Kryl,
llHnist, bns few equals in America.
e.will use this season a beautiful
5,666 Stradivarius instrument
wluchr
"v-
ifeVUnited States that does not
pt a strong and flourishing ly
:mrg each winter,
local entertainments with the
when they appear are as *l-v
her father recentl purchased
from John McCormick,y the well
\pafrwti singer.
COMPANY.
.mber 8The Elsie Baker com
starring Miss Elsie Baker, the
fcbrated American contralto, will
fes/one of the distinct musical treats
brought to this city. Miss Baker's
'UNttic ii familiar to everyone, both for
large number of concert records
Mftctor, and for her transcontin
fatal tour under the Redpath bureau.
W$t|UJr will appear William Dur
ietfe, well-known cellist, together with
lianist^of ability.
28Strickland W. Gil-
HU^i.^as' Jlhe American platform's
ktest humorist, has had his quali
tions well
up re-
itlX*. In. as
ir" story
nginrthe
.""_, ~onr-
)s a^bcar-
is.sjjre to
i a feature
itktn lot
lovers of
*& ?rop-
delivered.
c*rie is
here
the ef-
tsWo-
and under
feSpense. et urocf edS/
~th? course
Mr toward
fBfntidii
1 scholar-
fund wMch
elob tt maintaining. All mem-
__tfca club have tickets for sale.
it season tickets sell for $3 for
five-numbers. Student's season
ifestD for, $2 for the five num
*By purchasing & season ticket
10 attend may save considerable
over the' general admission
for.each entertainment.
If*
itwr 14Dr. J. G. Robinson
girt his noted lecture, "The Face
far
StrickUad W.
GlUiUn
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PLAYER
PLAYER
HOW BROOKLYN PLAYERS SIZE UP
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Johnston. 4 8k
Griffiths rf
Wheat Jf
Myers c
Konetchy lb
Kilduff 2b
Schmandt
Lamar ~.of
McCabe if
Ward if
Neis of
Miller J.C
Elliott .c
Krueger Cadore .1. :.-...p
Marquardt Mamaux Smith -p
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at the Window."
]Df. J. G. Robinson
you
This lecttire re
ceives a title
from one of
"Dings" car
toons picturing
Bolshevism' as a
tramp peering
into the window
of a working
man's home,
where the moth-
er and children
cower in fear
of him. Dr.
Robinson has
crammed the
result* of a full
life |nto this
meseagt, Some
surprising, in
teresting, worth
while things are
in store for Dr.
Robinson's hear*
ers.
WHERE BOARD IS NOW CHEAP
A
Girls In the Mission Schools I* China
Pay Only $18 Year for
Their Meals,
It Is refresblng^ln thew days of high
prices to learn that somewhere It Is
possible tp get one's dally bread and
its accompaniments at a low figure.
^Tlie place is ChinaTengschow, In the
province of Shantung. There, In the
mission school, a girl may have three
meals a day for $18 a year.
The menu sounds strange to the
school girl of tlje western world, but
to the Chinese student it is highly sat
isfactory. Steamed com bread and
raw turnips that have been kept In
brine and then chopped quite fine com
pose the regulation breakfast almost
all the year. For dinner thereJs usu
ally millet coo-fed dry like rice, and
fcome hot vegetable. Twice a week the
Vegetable is cooked with fat pork In
stead of in bean oil as usual. Slipper
is the same as breakfast PerhapsJ_lf
a dozen times a year, however, they
celebrate with more luxurious fireW
Christian Science Monitor.
Make Four Speeches for One,
William Lyon Phelps, professor of
English literature kt Tale, deda ns he
[gets credit for only 25 per cent of
the after-dinner speeches he actually
makes. "Every time I accept an ln
vltatldn to speak I really 'make four
addresses* First,-Is the speech I pre
pare in advance. That It pretty good.
Second, is the speech I really mtke.
Third, is the speech I make on the
.way home, which le the best all
1 and fourth. Is the speech {be news?
papers next ipornlng say/ made,
which beers no relation to any of the
others."Boston Globe.
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LINEUP OF THE INDIANS
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Taking After Mother.
fcert Just came home from college
and he bad a "shadow" en-Ids upper
lip. He stopped to say "Hello" to his
grandfather.
I His grandfather looked him over
and said: "why, son. you look more
lik"Whar
every
day.**r makes think so asked
Bert v^
"Why, because your fpther had a
mustache that came down to his chin.
Just look at that one of yoera you
must take after your mother."Indi
anapolis News.
Not, Like a Lawyer.
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witness. In answer to every question
put to her by
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attorney finally became disgusted.
"Now look here," he warned. 1
want you to cut out that thinking
and answer questions. Now talk!"
"Ye* Mb," _, quavered Mlrandy.
"But, mfstah, you see It's like dis. Ah
ain't like you lawyers ah can't talk
without thlnkinV
A Long Time to Wait
"Well, professor,* inquired the young
mu-lclan, "how do my'compositions
please yo?"
*'WIa I tblnk." responded the older
TE N DA
ACOMPLEiTfit
This Special New Outfit
includes
Complete New Phonograph
10 Selections Music
1 Jewel Point
1 Sapphire Point
100 fteel NeeAe*
The Complete Outfit
Only
$2-12
All for only
-rMtieat ifayn-ent down
b-.lni_ce oiUy
#K.OO
PER MONTH
Out-of-town customers
write us. We ship any
-wbere. Complete cata
logues and information
FREE.
if tait-uittia^iai^-ui1'
.man* "that they may perhaps oeihayea
when Mozart, Haydn, Mendelssohn and
{Meyerbeer have been forgotten.*'
"Botfly?" exclaimed the voting musi
cian In ecstasy.
"Certainly, bat not till then,*' n*
narked the other.Houston Posts
HEROES OF MIDDLE AGES
8torie of Their Great Size and Enor
mous Strength Appear to Be
Exaggerated.
Physiologists, after having measured
hundreds of skeletons, testify that the
men of our own time average from onc^
to two centimeters taller than the men
of^the middle ages according to a wri
ter in the New York Evening Post We
possess their armor, and we do not
only appear to have grown Jailer as a
race since the time when the armor
was made, but -our shoulders could
never fit inside the steel1
The Profiteer.
President Tbauklin of Wesleyan
university was condemning the
profiteer.
"I know a college professor," ho
sold, "who wasdisturbed at his frugal
supper one night by a suspicious noise
in the cellar.
"The professor ^ut down his por
ridge spoon_ and sfole down the cel
lar sta|rs. Suddenly an electric torch
was flashed on hun, and the shadowy
figure behind the torch said:
'"It's all right, professor. It's only
me.'
'Me?' the professor muttered.
Suremethe provision man, ye
know, leavln* yer week's provisions.'
"Thereupon ^tbe 'professor gave a
great start, and held his hands up
higher still."
IEIH ISA I I
PHONOGRAPH
SALE
new talking machine outfit
can be had a the remarkably Jow price
of only $62^50. tfhink of it! A complete
outfit for only $62.50 and on payments as
low asi $5.00 per month. This talking ma-
chine plays all records correctly, including:
GOIUMBIA, EDISON, VICTOR and PATHE
OUR FREE TRIAL OFFER
Let us send this beautiful
new-outfit to your home. Pay
.no money down on machine.
Pay cash only for a few records.
Try the machine forffive days.
If you are not satisfied after
the trial period we will call for
machine and you may keep the
records. You will not be out
one cent or Hinder any obliga
tions to tun
Geo. Baker & Co
Opott E^nut-gs The HALLMARK Store Hemidji
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It r!fV.
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Oats, bu
corselets of
our medieval forefathers.
In France, the^superintendent of the
museums under the second empire,
wishing to put on tjie armor of Francis
I, the largest suit of all in the museum
of artillery, was'unable to do so. It
was too small for him, although he was
in nonsense a giant
Some years ago in SwltzerlandLon
the occasion of a gymnastic tourna
ment, the young men wishing to close
the festivities by a procession with
historic costumes, borrowed the ahns
and armor of the arsenal. But the
young men were unable to get Into ttt
Of the supposedly enormous strength
of those historic warriors we have no
proof beyond the weight of the equip
ment The harness of the knights was
.very much lighter than has commonly
been supposed. According to one of
the catalogues of the museum of ar
tillery, the weight of the combined ar
mor did not, as a rule, exceed fifty
pounds, and Inasmuch as those who
wore it were horsemen it was the horse
that had to bear the greater part of
the burden.
BEMIDJI CASH MARKET QUOTATIONS.
GRAIN AND HAT
65c
Red Clover, medium, lb 16c-18c
Wheat, hard.., ..fl.60-fl.80
Wheat, soft .f l.TW-f 1.60
Rye, bu 1.46
HIDES
Cow hides, No. lib. _.._}. _. .12c-13c
Bull hides, No. I, lb. .10c-llc
Xipp hides, No, 1, lb. .14c
Calf Skins. No. 1 lb ,*.20c
Wool, bright 20c-25cBeans, cwt
Deacons, each l.WOButterfat _,_
Horse hide*, large, each fresly dozen
MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MARKET.
At close of business October 6:
Low -High
No. 1 Northern Dark
Wheat f2.00% $2.10%
No. 1 Nor. Wheat.... 2.0t)% 2.05%
No. 3 Yellow Corn 95 .96
No. 3 White Oats 49% .60%
Choice Barley 82
GOOD ROADS AID MARKETING
Farmer Wishing to Haul .In Most Feo.
nomlcaf Manner Cannot Afford
to Overlook Benefits.
The^farmer Interested in hauling hi^
produce to market in the most econom
ical fashion cannot afford to overlook
the benefits derived from good roads.
Investigation before and after the Im
provement of certain highways shows
that the cost per ton mile was practi
cally cut in half by reason of the bet
terment of the road. In other words,
good roads mean a big reduction in
that part of overhead which covers
haulingand hauling of some sort is
being done practically the year round.
Must Fit the Road.
All roads- are not good roads, nor
will they be for years to come, and
it is up to manufacturers 0% automo
biles 4o deliver vehicles that can tra
verse anything called a road.
Road Surface Damage.
The filling up and stoppage of cul
verts .causes more, damage to road
surfaces than any other one thing.
Argument for Good Road.
A bad road is the best argument
there is for a good road.
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1 MEATS
Mutton .._...._.,..,^_M_it
Hogs, ib
SOUTH
.8 9
No. 2 Rye 1.69% 1.60%
Flax 2.90% 2.92%
M-..MM
Dressed beef, pound........_lXe*l-e
Turkeys, live,- pound. _... 40o-46c
Old Toms, live, pound...__. _*6e-S0e
Geeee. live,/pus_ad .P^.^,26c30e
Ducks, live. lb. 16cTl8e
Hens, 4 lbs. and ovsr._....,._.._,2i
EggSi fresh, dozen t, i.-.. 55c
VEGETABLES
Potatoes, per cwt, small
lots 1.15-f 1.20
Potatoes, car load lota.. .fl.20-fl.25
Cabbage, cwt ^50-f2.00
Onions, dry f2.f2.50
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ST.MARKET.
PAUL LIVE STOCK
CattleReceipts, 4,700 market,
steady top, $15 bulk of sales, $6.90
15.00.
HogsReceipts, 5,500 market,
50c to 75c lower top, $14.75 bulk
of sales, $14.25 14.40,
SheepReceipts, 15,000 market,
Steady top, $10.50 bulk of sales,
$5.00(5)15.00.
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THE PIONEER-WANT ADS
BRING RESULTS
Phoning a Prescription
Saves Valuable Time
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217 Third Street
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lt very frequently happens that it is
important to get a prescription quickly.
And often when such an emergency arises,
everyone around the house is too busy, or
would lose valuable time in going after
the prescription.
That is the time*/ especially, when the
doctor is glad to phone, us and have us
deliver the prescription as soon as it is
compounded.
Fire Prevention
j*
This is Fiire Prevention Week and we want to Work
with you for the prevention of same. Why worry along
with an old stove or J^roken down furnace when you'tan
get a CaloriC installed so reasonably? With the CaloriC
there is absolutely no chance of afire and the satisfaction
of nice even heat throughout your house, with less fuel will
surprise you. N 1
PYRENE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
Pyrene Extinguishers, complete with bracket. $10.00
jCarry one on your car, it will save you 15 per cent ott
your insurance. _t
F^PWf FARMERS, ATTENTION P^
We have just received a shipment of 100 bales of Hay
Bale Wire and are now ready to make delivery. Get yours
before our stock is gone. 9 J-foot bales ties.
PAINT NOW
Have .you protected your buildings from this winter's
storms and snow? If not YOU are going to be the loser as
the loss to your buildings would more than cover the total
cost of painting your buildings several times.
By painting NOW you get away from the small flies,
and away from the hot sun which lets,your paint set better.
Minnesota Linseed Oil jPaint is a pure White Lead, Zi^c
and Linseed Oil Paint, and will cover 400 square feet per
gallon, two coats. Figure out your job and then let us fur-
nish you with the highest grade paint on th6 market
Use Minnesota Paintit goes farther.
Given Hardware Co.
Phone 57 "Your Money Back I Yon Want It"
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iron SA-.-S,ITve-room house an
Dewey- avenue^ Inquire* at 1109
Dewey or phone 5#8. x*- MMStf,.
FOR SALEHall tree and two,
clothes wringers. Call 406jW 'or*,v
1012 Doud avenue. 1*10-6 s-
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FOR SALE-^Liberal terms. gQ4
room house modern except heat
in excellent condition lot 100x140
ft. garage and woodr shed can
give Immediate possession. Inquire*
623 Mississippi avenue, 6tlO-R
FOR SALE40 acres wild, cutroverl
land, or 4ide for Ford car. dee H^'
Boelk, Cr*.to Keaerfng Toom,
after 7pri_. 6^l6-9
WANTEDGirl- for cashier 'arifl7
stenography work af"ClifforcL JL
Co.'s store. 3dl0-7
WANTEDOne experienced dry'
goods sales lady. One with exper
ience in Chinaware and cut glass.
Carlson Variety Store. ?tl0-6
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FOR RENTFurnished mod or a
room, Sixth street and l*ake Blvd.
Gentleman preferred. ldilO-5,,
.FDR SALE(Horse in good condition.
Eight years old. Cheap, if taken
at once. Phone 700-J. l*th str(
and Irvine-ave. 2dl0-
WANTEDEngineer and an oPderly
at St. Anthony's hospital. 10-5tf
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