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iyti 'PAGE SIX flj 1 rl si siiwiwiJiWHim|nm^miinMt THE TMENTIETR CENTURY' IV LIMITED IIMWIHtMHtHIMUlfimmHIPW j, look Oat lor the Bounce. It Is sa'id that the price of auto mobiles has nearly hit rock bottom. If that is the case, look out! We have never Been a car yet that wouldn't bounce when it hit bottom. One Kindt Especially 1 Why's Why? Why do the brides-to-be always pick on the month of June? Or does the month of JUne .pick on them, and then do they pick on some poor unsuspecting male? Marry Month of June One on Georee. We heard of a fellow who is not so slow. He was being pursued by the local Bpeed cop and when he sawf a motor vehicle approaching rapidly from the rear he made up his mind that whoever he was wasn't going to ipass him. But the speed cop dkl pass himr--the next morning en route to 'Municipal court. Everybody Passed Tired of It All. An. attempt was made Wednesday to get into communication with the board of county commissioners but it was found that the board had "gone to the -poor-farm." At first we believed! they had gone to stay* but Thursday we found they were, back on the Job again. Evidently they decided to stick with the ship for another day or two at least. For all they get from the taxpayers for the work they put in, they may not have to postpone their next trip very long. .Light Occupations Picturesk. A Hurht With the 6rip. United Commercial Travelers are meeting at Virginia. Evidently the boys are getting short of stories on their own circuits and are anxious to exchange a few. Some of those we have heard ought to be-exchang ed pretty soon. For Frest Ones Eed Pep's Philosophy. Red Pep says: "Every dog has Ms day-the nights are reserved for cats." MWhen you extend youd hand- to some fellows they often, mistake it for your foot and pull your leg." Deal Us Out The Truth At last. By th time the next census is taken, this new-fangled truth com pelling ether will undoubtedly be ining, fine working order and won't that be a blessing for some. of. the men who have never been able to find out a woman's correct age? There's a chance for some-one to make a lot of jack inventing something to coun ter-balance it. The Ether, Not the Age A Chance for All. It Is said that some men in the morning until ten And others get) up and do it down town. Where Do You Lie? THIS TIME LAST YEAH Ruth made his sixteenth homer at Detroit off Okrie. Princeton (beat University of Cali fornia, 9 to 6. Gallia singled in the eleventh in ning against the Athletics and won his own game for Washington. Sullivan, Braves, made threo singles and a triple in four trips. BUCK LAKE The Blue Ribbon girls met last IFriday afternoon in Special session. Their otoject being toi clean up the school house grounds. It is an imof provement, girls, and all concerned thank you. Christ Berg of Farrls, the young brother of Mrs. Edu Rogholt is visit ing Mr. and Mrs. Rogholt. The Glee club held! its regular bi monthy meeting last Friday evening. After the practice a light lunch of cakes and coffee was served by the entertainment committee. The next regular meeting will be June 17. Miss Alma Rogholt and Miss Cora Sawyer are the entertainment com mittee for1 this meeting. Mr. and Mrs. D. Newton and Newton's mother, Mrs. H. N. Wilson and sister, Miss! ijNwonder llf 4 w *'V*.^l*# people attend. Don't forget to a/ttend both. Those of Buck Lake who transact ed business in Cass Lake last Satur day were Messrs Leo Anderson, Ed Larson Charles Chase and Mrs. E. M. Cft&BG Messrs. M. O. Rogholt, Alfred Rog holt,'Alex Sawyer and T. H. Phillfips Jransacted-businesG in Cass Lake Fri day of last week. "Kitiehi Brook" "Sugar Bush iew," "Farrls Fog," "Big" Lake Va Sor, "Buc Lak Mist, "Turtl xtiver Brine," "Silver Lakedesignat Slop" the toper could 'ie brand? SALE--(New clarinet and cage at half price. Phone 392-J. 3t6-13 MARKETS 1 TT Cow hides, No. 1.. Bull hides. No. 1. Kipp hides, No. 1, lb.... 'Calf skins, No. 1, lb Deacons, each Horse hides, large. lie abed o'clock. ROY HAYNES AND EMMETT HUNT GET GOVERNMENT JOBS (By United Tress) Washington, June 10.The ap pointment of Major Roy Haynes of Hillsboro, Ohio, as prohibition com missioner was announced at themd White ttouse today. One other ap pointment was announced at the treasury department, it was that of Emmett E. Hunt of Mitchell, S. D.,Wales supervising agent for the northwest er department including the states Minnesota, the Dakotas and Ne braska. Hunt's headquarters will be in Nebraska. He will succeed Paul D. Kellar. WARRANT OUT FOR BROKER ON FORGERY CHARGE (Bv United Press) Minrieap^ls, June 10.Fred Hur ley, manager of the Minneapolis branch of the Shearson-Hammil and company, stock brokers/ until recent ly is expected to be arrested here charged with forgery. A war rant was sworn to by the New York representative of the firm accusing Hurley of forging his name to a $500 draft. Thefirmclosed offices in Min neapolis and St- Paul. Mrs.today Iren 'Murphy, and brother Ralph Mur.phy, all of Bemid Ji and vicinity ailtoed over and spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs,. Henry Sawyer. Mr. Newton was In quest of flsbj and they returned with a nice Dig string of them. Miss Irene Mur phy was the champion "fisherman." The Woodland Union Sunday school are planning their children's day exercises for June 19th, instead of, June 12, on account of the ser vices at the Silver Lake school house to be held 'by Rev. Marias- Tufteland June 12 which many of our1 NORWEGIAN LlJTHEBANSv^ STRONG IN NORTH DAKOTA (By United Press) Fargo, Jutfe 10.The Norwegian Lutheran church with a member ship of 30,698, claimed to e the largest prote3tant denomination in I the state. Thfe Is based on the re port of the secretary showing 710 congregations with 176 ipastors. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY? *J INTRODUCED IN HOSPITAL (By Unitea Press) JameStown, N. D., June 10.A system of Occupational therapy has been introduced into thct hospital for the insane by Dr. A. W. Gitest now superintendent. Patients are taught to make rugs, baskets, furni ture, etc. The labor of some of the (Patients will be utilized In erecting the new $50,000 amusement building if the appropriation Is available this year, '*i/,*'t^* MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL ......iiiminiiiil HIDES 4c-5c 4c 6c-7c ...7c-8c .50c-60c ...*2-$3 POTATOES Chicago, June 10.Old potatoes firm. Receipts 27 cars. Northern white 75c to 90c. New, weaker, Louisiana Triumphs ?3, white $2 to $2.30. Alabama Spaulding Rose $2.40. Virginia, per bbl., $4.85 to ?5, North Carolina, $4.50. UTTLE INTEREST SHOWN IN GERMAN BOND ISSUE (Continued From Page 1) this sum in bonds, plus $750,000,- 000 representing Belgium's debt to the Allies. For the total must be deducted from the amount Germany has already paid .in reparationsso far, $2,0(10,000,000. The total to be issued will be roughly $31,750,000. The Reparations Commission will await a favorable opportunity to open the first of the bonds to thethe market .according to plans. "Though proceedure has not been definitely decided upon, it is thought they, as the central governing special body will 'be former, comprising delegates from bond-holding countries. The bonds represent Germany's to tal reparations debt, and they or their value will be appropriated by the commission among allied and as sociated countries to whom repara tions are due. The solution contem plated- is to permit the recipients of the bonds to do most of the market or to hold the bonds as they choose. In this case precautions will be taken against possible "dump ing" by some country willing to ac cept* too low a price for thejn. It is believed the first lot market ed will total from $50,(100,000 to $500,000,000. There i%j$ author itative estimate so far, though it Is certain the marketing, will be as soon andf for as great an amount as the commission thinks possible. Financiers so far have shown lit tle interest 'in the issue. Wba lit tle they have saidt about them has been pessimistic, and while they re tain this attitude and the bond mar ket remains bad, it \s uplikejy the new-*born post-war baby will be sent out to earn money for its parents. SURE ONE SIGN IS CORRECT Worried Indianapolis Man Is Very Glad to Let Things Remain on That Basis. When Wallace O. Lee, chairman of the publicity committee for the Gypsy Smith revival arrangements, ordered the big sign on the front of the wood en tabernacle opposite the city hall, he told the sign man to spell it "Gipsy." After it was painted and set up, somebody told Wallace that he was all wrongthat the first syllable should have been spelled with a "y" instead of an "K" So when Wallace the other day ordered 152 signa boost ing the campaigir^to be sent to evan gelistic churches In the county h told the sign man to spell ft "Gypsy." Then various ministers worried Mr. Lee by calling him op and saying that although they were glad to get the sign, and so on, stillwell, what they were trying to bint politely was that what Wallace didn^t know about spell ing would have, filled a bigger book than the unabridged. So the harassed booster dug out a dictionary andf I'D, It said ha the word, as a common noun at least, may be spelled either way without en dangering the peace and dignity of state. And then along comes a letter from the evangelist himself and his signa ture read 'Gipsy Smith." Well anyway, one sign Is right. Indianapolis News. Tongue Glove. A glove for the torigoe has been newly patented by Galtley Guise of Riley, Ind. He calls it a "tongue shield," and It is designed to enable the wearer to escape thfe unpleasant ness of castor oil or other bad tasting inedidpe. "f'"'i...\'\."\- The contrivance ihlght be said to have the shape of a miniature slip per without any heel ptirtion, but"#hen placed over the lohgu# is'"taveTtedf. The tongue is inserted* tifeo the "toe" part and the back part1 of the "sole" extends over the top of the tongue to ward the throat The device is made of thin sheet rubber, so as to be liquid proof, and" Is so constructed as to fit the tongue snugly without discomfort. When medicine is taken it passes into the throat without affecting the sense of taste, so that all unpleasantness Is ob viated. BrG WASTE OF GOOD FOOD 3udden Cold Snap Trapped Millions of Herring in Narrow Neck of Alaskan Harbor. What Is declared by Captain Brunn officers of the steamship North western to be the greatest fish tragedy jver enacted, to human knowledge, oc curred at Elawack bay, Prince of Island, January 30, when at one 3tv6ke more than 2.000,000,000 good sized herring lost their lives, a Ketchi kan (Alaska) dispatch to the New York Sun states. The crew related their remarkable experience of sail ing through miles of dead fish. They said Klawack bay was full of herring three days before the North- ,_ Fur* at ONE-HALF -Wholesale! 4-A THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER ^^^^.^i^fff^^- -citi**-' By Charles WMMBNIMMMIMM SHOOT WATER HIGH IN AIR Iceland Geysers Beautiful, but Unknows," safe Places in Which to Linger for Long Periods. The hot-waiter fountains, of Iceland are on mounds averaging seven feet in height, the top of each of which forms I the edge of a sdrt Of basin. From .these basins the steam of boiling wa ter can be seen rising and the over flow of- water Is continuous. The con tents of these basins is as clear as crystal ^and one* can see to a great depth, while just below the surface are many wonderfully beautiful white Incrustations to Obtain samples Ot which many a visitor to Iceland has burned his fingers. 'Ibe petrifications caused by the boiling water streams^ from the geysers Include birch and" willow leaves, grass and rushes seem ingly converted into marble. At no time is it entirely safe to loi ter In the vicinity of one of these bot tomless basins, for the geyser has a way of spouting ancl gives no advance warning. Sometimes there will be a shoot of boiling water to a height ot 15 feet, followed by a succession of jets. The highest shoot of wfileh there Is any record was-90 feet Occasionally, a lasi will for some unexplained reason become empty or will give forth a "steam shoot" which, In the form of a column of spray and vapor at least 60 feet In height pre-, sents a really magnificent spectacle. No Race Suicide Here, tJhder the microscope the bacteria found in peat are seen to be animals of the lowest form, which reproduce themselves by splitting Into two parts. Under favorable conditions two bac teria grow from one every forty min utes. Those who w^sh to carry out the mathematical progression will find that a single bacteria will have In creased to about 165^00,000,000,000 In 24 hours. Of course many billions of them" 4ie In that time, or they would soon overrun the planet and crowd off every other form of life. Preserving Mine Timber* A coating of magnesia cement On the timbers of tnities is stated to be ah economical anfl efftcleBt assurance against fire, especially In the arid- re- gions where the timber becomes high ly inflammable and is difficult to re place. Pimentoes Not Canned In Oil. The Department of Agriculture says that it is a mistaken idea that oil is added in canning pimentoes. They say that pimentoes contain In them selves a natural oil which Is sufficteht for the purpose. The real Spanish pimentoes are invariably canned In their own juices. "Pandects.'* "Pandects" is derived from the Greek and means "all-containlng., & These season. Th Pandects of Justinian Is a collection of Roman civil law, made by the Em peror Justinian in the Sixth century, containing legal decisions of judg ments, to which the emperor gave the force and authority of the law. This compilation of 50 books Is the most Important of the body of the Roman ,clvil law. mM "Connoisseur" and "Dilettante," -The connoisseur is "one who as opposed to the dilettante, who "only "thinks he knows." The connoisseur is cognizant of the true principles of art and through his knowledge is competes^ pass a critical judgment concerning any art, particularly of painting, sculpture or music. He is of a nigi""* "ade than the amateur, and mere nearly api proaches the artist, whose rules of ac tion he is familiar with, but does not practice. The dilettante m&y -be* lover of the .fine a*ts, science or letf ters, and may pursue any one of the arts In a desultory_way.and_for anruse-j The Greatest Sate Ever tieti in This Cit^ of High-Grade Russian and Canadia Furs Direct from the Montreal Fur Company to the wearer. The Largest and Finest Display of Furs ever seen in this city oilsale at our store. ON E DA ONLYr^SATURDAY 2JUN E 11 Fors are all salesman's swnale* which were shown to buyers 'in thfe largest cities throughout the country for the coming __*,-192M922. The assortment includes the following fashionable Ifurs: Hudson and French Seals, American Mink, Alaska Fox, Genuine Sables, Stone Marten*, Skunk Martens, Austrahan and Ring Tail Opossums, Scotch Moles, Siberian Squir- rel, Beavers, Natural Muskrats, Raccoons, e^c. #i/:^%i^ ChokCT*$5 to$65Scarfs $8.504$i25-Jl1ii^s$10to $50 to $2500 Don't wait until it is too late. Whatever merchandise is left after the sale will be shipped to St. Louis and sold to the highest bidder, ?K?S S fR0PP1AN S DlfXfiTMENT STOR E liiwim ,^Li ^:L^l,Jir: i.^WT EVENING JUN E 10 ll^p rrteht, and Lowell says of him: "The main characteristic of the dilettante Is that sort of impartiality that springs from Inertia of mind, admirable for Observation, incapable of turning It to practical account" Dubious Prospect"''''"- saw Dubson dining with his fiancee last evening." /"'W':,.".- W "Did he look happy?" "Not exactly. Her mother and three bolder sisters were present He looked to me like a young man who was wortdering If that was just an Isolate^ instance or was Ifabfe to be'cqme a fixed habitsBirmingham Age-Her- ^:n-:*i*^^-^^^^^-i^i*^^^: r. ...-tt.u-j:-.^'/^.^.^'^'iafc*. -v AH children love the delicious goodness of ice cream. And it's mighty good for them builds health and strength/puts roses into wan cheeks, and" makes the kiddies sturdy and ro- bust, because it contains a large percentage of 1 Vitamines/' the wonderful substance that is the enemy of disease and ail- ment. _,.,'_..' Feed ice cream to the children at meals, and between- times. Eat plenty of it yourself. Ice Gream is Nature'* Own Dessert and can be eaten abundantly without the bad'after- effects of candy and pastry. To get.the best and richest, asjk for LANGDON'S SANITARY ICE CREAM SPECIAL) BRICK ICE CREAM THIS WEEK IS STRAWBERRY, CRUSHED FRUIT and TUTI FRUTI t^_ Pritit shop Loafers are Hard to Discourage 50c At All Leading Confectioners FATMIME OFO GREAMABrW Superstition Sailor* Old sailors believe ill luck will sui% ly follow if anyone even accidentally counts the number of persons on board ship. ^j*.Al*.^-k^-a#^ X$grf & Vl r: ^J^-JAA 1 Buy Your Furs Now for Winter and Save 100 to 300 Per Cent rf -'A tj i lv I He's It One can't help wondering whether the man who would reform the world has succeeded in making one man perfectLouisville Post foWof Petals. Italy's" perfume manufacturers con sume 3,800 tons of orange Wossoms, 600 tons of roses, 150 tons of Jasmbae and violets and 15 tons of jonquils Unnually, i S '&'.