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Two te __, of o*o- *u,
local tar Sunday and Monday ax
3:30. Porsford Indians play JM.
I. team.
Attend the dance at the new ar
mory, September 5. Dot Van's or
chestra. 4t
Mr. and Mrs. Delbcrt Elletson are
expected back today from Fort 'Rip
ley, where they have been spending
their vacation.
Mrs. 1*. J^Haiton of Esmond, N
IX, arrived ,in Bemidji Thursday
night to spend the'oefxt two weeks
with her sister, Mrs. M. A. Downs.
For .picnic or excursion parties
charter passenger boat "Thor." A.
A. Lee,, licensed pilot. Phone 61-W.
6-26tt
?J&ck Kiley of Chisftolm, Miinn.,
will arrive here today to visit at the
home of H. Mills. Mrs. Kiley, who
is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs- Mills,
is ftfere now.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Carter and fam
ily left today by automobile for Min
neapolis to attend the state fair. Tehy
expected to go as far as Mille Lacs
today, completing the trip tonior
row.
All parties having claims against
the NCT^ Bircnniont Ijbtei must file
same at once" with ,W- L. Broke,
treasurer. 4
your atotftfifhtok,
the service you" desire.
2t9_
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Mrs Leon Battles has returned to
her home at Ccteraine-after.speudin?
a week here visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs J. K. Given and Mrs
Mary MacGregor left for St. Paul
this morning by auto to attend the
state fair.
2t9-3
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Mitchell and
two sons returned last night from
Minneapolis add Detroit, Minn.,
where they have visited during the
(past week. They made the trip by
automobile.
Miss Ursula Guest will leave to
night for Grafton, N. where she
{has accepted, a .position ,to teach
in the Grafton high school. She has
been the guest of her sistpr, Mrs.
W Z. iRobinson, and family during
the summer months.
Bemidji Business College opens
September 6. 4t 9-3
Mrs. Dorothy MacMillan returned
yesterday from a trip to Minneapo
lis and Menomonie, Wi3., where she
has been visiting some of her former
Oberlin Conservatory friends. Mr.
and Mrs. MacMillan have moved from
their former esidence to the Mark
ham hotel for the winter.
Mouses and Phyllis Bolden, who
have been visiting friends in Becida
for a week were in Bemidji Friday en
route to Eenstrike, where they will
visit friends and relatives for a short
time. From there they will return
to their home at Clearwater where
the former will teach.
Mis. Elsie Jennings of Tenstrike
spent the day with Mrs. M. E .Groff
on Y$* way to the Twin Cities where
she will teach school for the coming
yar.
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Mrs. Thayer BaWey of Bemidji,
her sister, Miss Lucy Stone of Helena,
Mont., and "brother, Harold Stone, and
Mv's. Harodd Meade* and daughter
metered from Crookston to Bemidji
Thursday. Mr. Stone and Miss Stone
and Mr. Daskm, also of Helena,
started for Minneapolis yesterday.
Mrs. Harold (N^eade and adughter will
visit with- Mrs. Bailey for the next
week. Notice of Dissolution 6f PartnershiD
Notice is hereby given that the
intei ests of R. L. Hilde in the Hilde
and Danielson Sheet Metal Shop have
been purchased by R. M. Danielson,
who will conduct the business in the
future All bills are payable to R. M.
Danielson and all obligations of the
firm will be paid by him.
2t9-3 R. M. DANIELSON.
Emerson say*: "We get nine
tenths of our education through
our eye*."
Let Us Set Your Eyes Right
It Will Pay You Well
Mrs. Frank Anderson of Bagley^
autoed to the home of Mrs. Johil
Noel ofvNorthern and spent the week
there. Mrs- Anderson is a daughter
of Mrs. Noel.
After September 1st Mrs. William
C. Badge will 'take a limited number
jf pupils for pianoforte instruction.
L2HPoud avenue. Telephone 318-W
S-12tI
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Stuart will
leave Sundav morning by train tor
Deer River. From there they wijl go
with friends siy auto )to Duluth and
Superior. At the latter plice -they
will attend the Tn-State Fair and
then
mqtor,througthe
daiy'ftrip
over northern boun-
Canada Befor
they return to Bemidji i thev aJ'-o
expect to attend the state fair in*
the Tw.ii Cities.
Dance in old! armory, Monday,
Sept. 5. Musd by Schuck's four
piece jazz orhcestra. Everybody in
vited. 3t9 3
NOTICE
AH parties having claims against
the New Birchmont Hotel must file
same at once with W. L. Brooks,
treasurer. 2t9-8
MOdSE L0I&E TO HOLD
MEEDBJ& TUESDAY NIGHT
The Loyal Order of Moose will
meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the
Moose hall. A large atendance is de
sired.
MOOSEHEART LEGION TO
MEET AT* 9:30 MONDAY
Aill, members of the Mooseheart
Legion are requested to meet at the
Moose hall promptly at 9:30 Mon
day moijningvto receive their regalia
arijl^larch'in the Labor Day parade.
W. B. A. OF MACCABEES
MEETS MONDAY MORNING
The Woman's Benefit association
of the tMacca-bees will meet Monday
morning at 7:30 promptly. All mem
bers are asked to 'be present as there
is very important business to (be
transacted. LUTHER LEAGUE IS TO HAVE
BOAT EXCURSION MONDAY
The Lutheran league will have a
boat excursion on Lake Bemityi,
Monday evening at 7:30. Refre3h
mems will b& served after the ex
cursion in the chujrch basement.
Farnk Lovgren is in charge of the
tickets.
BIRTHDAY SURPRISE
Mis. John Olson of Becida was
pheasant// ^urpifssd ,by thirty-iivfl
of her friends Wednesday, the occa
sion beinghe fofrth anniversay. The
afternoon was spent in music, games
and conversation, and a bountiful
lunch was served by the self-invited
guests. All reported a very enjoy
able evening.
PROCEEDINGS OF MEETING OF
INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DIS-
TRICT NO. 6HELD AUGUST
10, 1921.
The regular meeting of the Board
of Education of Independent School
District No. 6 was called to order at
8:00 p. m., August 10, 1921.
Bids for bus drivers for the com
ing year were received as follows:
Edgar C. Warner, Route 3 $70.00
W. H. Boyer, Route 1 $65.00
Frank Jackson, Route 3 $74-00
Frank Taunt, Route 2 $81.00
M. A. Hubbel, Route 2 $65.00
John Suckert, Jr., Route 2 $71.50
George A. Malone, Route 1- $70.00
Moved and carried thai all bids be
rejected on west routes.
Moved and carried that the bid of
George A. Malone, Route No. 1, for
$7" 00, be accepted.
Moved and carried that twenty-six
squares ,ol steel ceiling be ordered.
The chamhah appointed a committee
of two, namely: Fenske and Wal
berg, to -purchase material for one
new bus.
Gloved and carried to adjourn.
Herman Fenske,
Clerk.
$&%& tK-** "'.J-UMp
If Hfe Could Charge Them Off.
The man who hns a wife and two
or three daughters is lucky if he ^an8
pet hlnfself judged by their clothes.'-
When It Fails.
It isn't true that men will do'any
thins for money. Some won't work
for it^ittlurgh Gazette-Times.
Sun and Shadow,
jlfe Is beautiful and slicuild be lived
beauty. It hns and must have lta
ludous, but there Is a beauty la the
liidow as well as in the glint and
flmmer of the sun. In grief and trou
le, and even in disaster, we can make
]fe beautifulbeautiful with courage,
[,1th resignation mid a sublime faith
the wisdom of that Creator "who
sth nil things for the best." Some
BIH'S there jUTe sorrows that are good
\v us, hertrase they dear our hearts
selfishness and teach us to sm
ituize with our fellow human beings,
prlet hns mude many & heart gentle
Pint was not so before. We must tatce
e joy and the sorrow together, per
il! ting neither the one nor the omer
lo ninke us^forget life's real reason
ffor existence.Los Angeles4 Times.
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Health in White Cedar.
Water iiails and other vessels made
southern white cedar were long
Id to have a wholesome effect on
contents because of supposed
I'dlcinal properties of the wood,
American Forestry Magazine. It
was even believed that water issuing
from a white cedar spigot had its
healthfulness increased.
Sleeping Sickness.
Medical experts disagree in their
conclusions as to the exact nature of
sleeping sickness. Some forms of
"sleeplug sickness" are not unlike
brain fe\cr, while others indicate
symptoms much similar to spinal
meningitis. Physicians advise 'caution
against undue exposure to the disease
until more exact knowledge of its
cause is ascertained.
Japanese Sleeping Arrangements.
The Japanese bed, consisting mere
ly of few thick comforters and a'
pillow, ewn easily be made up in any,
rbom. It is considered a mark of hos
pitality to make the guest's bed in the"
parlor and put the room at his dis
posal. I
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IS YOURS A HOUSE OR A HOME?
"There's a World of Difference," says Clara Kimball
Young, in her greatest photoplay, "Mid-Channel."
IS A WIFE'S PLACE IN THE HOME?
"It All Depends on the Husband," claims Clara Kimball
Young, in her supreme photodramatic triumph,
"Mid-Channel."
DOES MARRIAGE MEAN SECLUSION?
See the Frarik and Fearless Photoplay of the Age, "Mid
Channel," with Clara Kimball Young.
ARE CHILDREN A HINDRANCE TO SUCCESS?
Learn the Great Lesson of Marriage in Pinero's Greatest
Picture, "Mid-Channell," with Clara Kimball Young.
DOES THE WOMAN'S WRONG JUSTIFY THE MAN'S
See the Dramatic Answer to the Throbbing Problem of
Married Life in "Mid-Channel," with Clara
j,. Kimball Young.
WHY DO SO MANY MARRIAGES FAIL?
"Mid-Channel" is the answer given by Clara Kimball
Young in Pinero's stage masterpiece.
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
Straw Put l Warn U,
Sntol Htrnw, hi uitf by the Moxlcani
for thatching, is vat mi-h poor nm
terlwl for the purpose so far ac
weather proofing goes. The sotol
plum grows on (he high dry hills am:
mountains in tbe upper border r.egion
The fiber of the leaves and stalk u
very' strong' and tough. When thest
are pounded out and used several
layers^ tM$*tli? make aji impene
tratrffi* jjpf, which keeps out ruin and
sun alfflf The plant IK often used foi
making furniture and for carving
cutlery. There are goat herders on
western ranches who.se houses are
thatched and walled with the material,
tVlibse furniture. Is made of it and
Whose spoons, find forks even are
carved from It? Lacking sotol, the
Mexicans often use sticks, broomweed
or even cornstalks in the place
",rT
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P?ra} Machinery Imperative.
VThUi it* ts Impossible to determine
the extent that modern farm imple
ments have increased the production
per acre, It is certain that it Is only
through their use that the large In
crease in population has been support
ed and sufficient labor liberated to
permit of the present manufacturing
and commercial acthities in our towns
and cities, and jet provide sufticieut
food with which to sustain the race.
With the Implements in use -60 or 70*
years auo-jiiOrSUfii condition of devel
optnepr'abittlaintaiued today is
able.
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Reopehin^
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"MARRIAGE IS MADE IN HEAVEN"
"But 'it is Broken on Earth says Clara Kimball Young,
in Ethel Barrymore's stage success, "Mid-Channel."
EVER HEAR OF.MID-CHANNEL?
If a Beteri the Ruin of Many a Marriage, ai| you will see
in Clara Kimball Young's wonderful photo
play, "Mid-Channel."
IS YOUR WIFE YOUR "PAL"?
Someone is Bound to Be, as Clara Kimball Younsr shows
in Her Greatest Screen Success, "Mid-Channel."
I think-
EariyfPay Peddler.
An Important merchant of centuries
ago was the man who did your buying
tor you. In those days there were
uo mail-order houses nor was there
such a thing as running into town to
do your chopping. So tiiere was
eolve a professional shopper who
made it Ids business to buy what you
needed. He was known as a packere.
pukkere, or pake-man, and from these
words trte modern names resembling
them June sprung.
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REX Sunday and Monday
Scene from "UNCHARTED SEAS," Starring
ALICE LAKE
The story of Lucretm Eastman is that of a young wife who
make good as a man. How she, in the silent cold wastes of the
"Uncharted Seas" jn the Arctic, solved her life's dilemma is an
emotional experience of such intensity that only so genuine an
actress as Alice Lake could portray it.
ON THE ROOF OF THE WORLD among the icv fields of the
Arctic Cirtflc the three-cornered romance wa finallv settled and
the disillusioned wife found her long-sought hope in the horrors of
shipwreck in the, frozen seas. Alice Lake in the Metro picture,
"Uncharted Seas" vividly portrays this Icve storv.
7 ALASKAN HUSKIES IN "UNCHARTED SEAS"
Seven Alaskan canine huskies, veterans of polar ex-
peditions and numerous winters in the land of the mid-
night sun.
THE CAST
Lucretia Eastman Alice Lake
Tom Eastman Carl Gerard
Frank Underwodd Rudolph Valentino
Robert Alden Fred Turner
Old Jim Eastman Charles Mailes
Ruby Lawton Rhea Haines
LLOYD HANS HAMILTON and IRENE DALTON
in
"ROBINSON CRUSOE"
Educational Mermaid Comedy
REX TEN-PIECE ORCHESTRA
Matinee 2:30-10c-30c Evenings 7:10-9:0015c-30c
READ THE PIONEER WANT ADS
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MANUFACTURING FURRIER
OPEN FOR BUSINESS SEPT. 6th
Having had eighteen years' experience in Fur Manufactur
ing and Designing, I am equipped to give the public expert
workmanship on all Fur Work in this territory.
Small expenses enables me to fcum out work at very reason-
able pricesmuch lower than the large city lurriers.
EXPERT ATTENTION GIVEN TO RE-
MODELING, REPAIRING, RELIN-
ING AND CLEANING
FURS
I have in stock a few Fur Coats and Fur Setsreasonably
pricedDesigned by myself in the very latest slylos.
Also several lots of Skins, in beautiful Martin, Mink, Musk-
rat and Australian Opossum, which 1 can make up to order-
in any style Coats, Capes or Sets.
FRED J. KRUSE
Second FloorSecurity Bank Bldt
BEMIDJI, MINN.
-iPTy-,.* l.HPI1
!\IK lUl.|iiH iljipwW'UffPW
This Store Will Be
Closed All Day
Monday
LABOR DAY
in"Uncharted Seas"
A Romance of Frozen Wilds
in the Klondyke
REXSUNDAY
in:
7 PAGE FIV*
ALICE LAKE
THE PIONEER WANT ADS
BRING RESULTS
ft EM
Showing Today Only
Franklyn Farnum hailed as
conquering hero on tnp from
New York to the Pacific
Coastan exhilarating story
of the East and West
Fran klyn Farnum at his best
a large company of cele
brated players.
Romance of the plainsthe
purple glow 0j the Rocky
Mountain sunset straight
shooting and hard riding
the tale of love's old sweet
songsuch is the story of
Franklyn Farnum in
CAST
Ranee Span Fr.inklyn Farnum
Black Sparr Vistir IVjv
Vivian Manow Ucitturie Hall
Urudcn Chuichill Scot!
Dyi amite Dan David Man* held
Educational Comedy
In Two Parts
A Peace-Time Comedy
That'll Bring a liattery
of Roars.
Fox News
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