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MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER JO. 1921
HiPiWIM.
Itema for wfttP%Ul lw
gladly rechr4 by Mn. H*rvy,
telephone 114-W. Reedera owe
it to their uesti and to them*
elres to see that item* of local
interest are reported. Every i|*m
I. E. Rayhiond of Frohn transacted
business inBemidji Saturday.
i*' 'i' Vi''Vti J1I' %W*
Clyde JMartin and family of Turtle
River visited friends in Bemidji over
the week ejid.
.'Forlplain^anrd fancy dressmaking,
call W.*'
tlb-16
Mrs/WiHiam Mfes'terson of 'Nbrth
ern autoed to'Bemidji Saturday and
isited friends.
Miss Ruth Gruer of Glencoe as
sumed her duties as teacher in the
Big Lake school today.
Miss Mayvis Phillippe,(teacher of
District No. 40, spent the week end
with friends in Bemidji.
Cash paid for Liberty bonds. 6.
B. Hooley, Northern Grocery Co.
l-19tr
M. and Mrs. C. 0. Wing of Big
Lake were the guests of friends while
Chopping in Bemidji Saturday.
Mrs. Minnie Warner returned to
her home at Puposky today after vis
iting friends in Bemidji for a week.
1
Meet me between 5 and 8 at the
Presbyterian church Wednesday eve
ning, itio-^o
Mrs. ,C. Nangle was operated-on
Saturday at St. Anthony's hospital
for the removal of her tonsils *dnd is
reported to be getting along nicely.
Judge C. W. Stanton and daughter,
Miss Leila, motored to Walker Sun
day morning, returning in the*eve
ning.
Koors Pasteurized milk and cream
are sure to please. 10-5tf
Dr. Emil Geist, bone and nerve
specialist of St. Paul, returned to his
home Sunday night after spendipg
two days in this vicinity hunting.
Mrs. P. J. O'Leary, -who has been ill
with bronchitis and.,, under the doc
tor's t:are for several days, was re
ported to be improved this morning.
Phone 175 and place your order
for Koors Pasteurized milk and
cream to be delivered right to your
door every morning. 10-ptf
Mr. and Mrs. F.t G. Schadegg, arid
son, Milton, returned* Sunday"evenrng
from Grand! Rapids and" Rabey, whe*e
they motored' Friday to transact busfc
ness and. visit friends.
Twins, a boy and girl, were born
Sunday at St. Anthony's hospital to
Mp. and Mrs. Mike Corrigan. Mother
and babies, are reported to be get
ting along nicely.
You are invited to-attend the-
dafice
to be given at the Moose hall tonight
by the Mooseheart Legion drill team.
Better come! ltlO-,10
James T. Davis, general chairman
of the Brotherhood of Locomotive
Firemen a4 Egineeiss was calted to
Chicago Saturday wjiere he will tenans
act business for a few days.
Charles MeDougal, who has been
traveling in Wisconsin since the first
of April, is visiting at the home of
his parents, M*. atld Mrs. J$ J*vc
Dougal, 811 America-avertue.
Rev. George W. Kehoe arjd M. E,
Hinckley left this morning/ by auio
for Duluth where they will attend the
Baptist state convention to be held
at the First Baptist church etobe
11 to 13.
Mrs. E. A. Grier and daughter,
Miss Elizabeth, came to Bemidji Sat
urday morning and were gue^s of
Mrs. J. F. Miaaiick, and family and
other Bemjdji friends until &m4ay
afternoon, w*en they returned 'to
their home.
Dancitlg to good music* is the event
of the evening at Moose hall tonight.
For a good time be there! l*J&.io
Mrs. Mandy Cochran, who has vis
ited since Saturday at the home of
her brother, J. Bigiar, 1111 Dewey
avenue, left this morning for Crom
well, Minn., where she will visit her
sister, Mrs. J. H. Wright, before re
turning to her home in S i Paul.
Miss Ida Bailey went to Bagley
Sunday afternoon oft ^the train and
returned to Bemidji by car with Mr.
and Mrs. C. Hansel and Miss Beatrice
Peterson later in the,afternoon. The
latter parties attended the moffes in
Bemidji and returned to their home in
tfagfey in the evening. Ah,
You'll be pleased, if, when ordering
milk from your deaiet ySxi ask for
Koors Pasteurized milk/. 10-&tf
Mrs. M. W. Deputy returned to her
home in Bemidji Sunday morning
from, Owatonna, where she repre
sented the Woman's Study club at
the state convention of the Federa
tion of Women's clubs. While away
she also attended the W.'-F. M. S. con
vention of three states, North- and
South Dakota and Minnesota held
at Rochester about ten days ago. She
also visited friends at Mankato.
Daily Fashion Hitft
FASHION GIVES VARIETY TO
PAJAMAS
jDainty appearance and absolute com
fort are combined in the pajama models
shown here. The design to the left is
developed in pink cotton crepe 'and
consists of a slip-on, sleeveless jacket and
straight trouserettes finished at the lower
edge with hem-stitehed hems. .The
jacket is-shirred at each side of theJront
and featureAdiwshouiders,open under
arm seams and'' a "'V shaped neck.
Medium size xequv^AH yards 36&ich
material. 'm
'Madras, cottonncrepe or crepe de.Chine
my,be
1
second model Th
uscd fr
coafccloses at the side-front and has- an
open neck. Shaped bands of self
material outline the front and neck, but
the long sleeves ase-simply hem-stitched.
.The lower edges of the pajamas are
gathered tadprm ruffle9. Medium size
requires 4% yards 36-inch material.
First Model. Pictorial Review Pajamas
No. 9465. Sizes, 16 years and 36 to 44
inches bust. Price, 35 cents.
Second Model: Pajamas No. 9451.
Sizes, 36, 40 and 44 inches bust. Price,
30 cent^
.E .Ellison left' this morning for
International Falls and will trans
act business in that vicinity for a few
days* N
Dance in old armory, Wednesday,
October 12. Music by Schuck's Jazz
Orchestra. Everybody welcome.
4tl0-12
Mrs. Hattie Ostrander visited
friends and relatives at Frohn for the
week-end and.retumed.to,her home at
404 Minnesota ayenue-today.
1
AU -Safe"*?! rWr
SO: at the
chicken pie. aupper at the Presbyteri
an chufrch Wedaesda^evening.
k.. vt a Itl0-10
Vv*. in-. _jv 1 nil
Mr. Harwick, inspector of construc
tion of the new high school building,
reiaraed this morning from Duluth,
where he has been since Friday.
Don't forget the chicken pie sup
per at the Presbyterian church Wed-
n&tte$ evening. Itl0-10
^'Ulf. andHtfis. George T. Bakey have
moved from ^heir summer home at
LaMoure, wher^e they have spent the
summer months, to their residence
a*' 907 Minnesota avenue.
i 4.
f,,t i'
Visit our plant and learn the rea
son why Koors .Pasteurized milk and.
cream "En'ds the Quest'to* the Best."
*'.10-5tf
A: good time is assured those who
attend the Mooseheart Legion dance
at the Moose hall tonight. $1 per
couple^ Extra, ladies, 25cv ltl0-10
i Aftejdjt. Navigators. 1
The origin^of the art of navigation
is lost in antiquity, but itf is known
that rr was practiced with* consider^
able skill by the ancient Egyptians
and the Phoenicians. From the be
ginning of the historic period Tyre
was tljie chief city of the Phoenicians,
and the enterprise of that people was,
from their situation, specially direct
ed to the sea, and they pushed their
commerce on it with a'Spirit and dur
ing Which, considering their opportu
nities, has never beeti surpassed.
TShey are the first "who are known to
have steered by the observation of the
stars, told who could thus venture out
to sea They ultimately adopted two
distinct kinds of vessels, the gaulos
6* merchant vessel, with a deep hold
adapted for storage, and the tr'reme
or ship of war.
Chinese Like Ulsters.
Ulster overcoats have become popu
lar with.the Chinese* In/Manchuria.
The wealthier class of Chinese al
ways wear long outer garments of
silk, whion are easily damaged by
rain or wow, and the long ulster, be
sides iaflofding warmth, protects the
silk clothing underneath.
jTo Preserve Sanctuary.
In .tames Watt's attic workshop at
Henth0eld hall, near Birmingham,
England, his tools still lie just as be
left them a hundred years ago. [The
owner 6f Heathfield hall recently died
and the Watt centenary committee
now purposes to take steps to preserve
this sanctuary of science ^to the Brit
ish nation.Scientific American.
Welsh Mining Superstition.
Among Welsh miners it is a super
stition that when a new man is taken
on at a mine he is never to be per
mitted to go down with the first shift.
He roust go down with the last shift,
otherwise misfortune will follow.
OF A. HOLDS REGULAR
BUSINESS MEET TONIGHT
The Modern Brotherhood of Amer-.
itta will hold its regular business meet
irijgr"this evening at the I. 0. O. F.
hall at 8 o'clock. It is desired that ail
itlemteers'ife present.
METHODIST AID DIVISION
HQJLDS MEETING TOMORROW
The bed room division of the La- runs, one hit, no errors,
dies* Airf of Methodist church, of Seventh Inni
Which Mrs. A. W. Benson is chairman,
will meet Tuesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Jennie Van Arnum, 914
America* avenue, and all members are
urged to be present,'
M. E. BIBLE STUDY CLASS
MEETS TUESDAY NIGHT
The Men's Bible Study class of the
Methodist Sunday school will hold a
business meeting Tuesday evening at
the church, succeeding which there
will be a social hour and refreshments
served. All members and friends of
the class are urged to be present.
PRESBYTERIAN DIVISION
TO MEET THIS EVENING
The apron division of the Ladies'
Aid of the Presbyterian church of
which/Mrs. C. Anderson is chairman,
will meet this evening at the home
of Mrs. R. A Olson, 1118 Bemidji
avenue. Mrs. C. L. Mikkelson and
Mrs. Olson will be hostesses. It is de
sired- that all members be present.
NEILSONKLEIN
At a quiet wedding at St. Paul's
Evangelical church Saturday morning
at 11:30 o'clock, Miss Emma Marie
Klein and Clarence Arthur Neilson
were united fn marriage, Rev. Will
iam Kamphenkel officiating. Only the
immediate family and a few friends
were present. They were attended by
Miss Francis McManus as bridesmaid
and Harry Hoselton as best man.
The bride was becomingly attired
in a traveling suit of blue. Immediate
ly after the ceremony the couple left
on the noon train for Chicago, going
via Duluth and the Twin Cities.fi wher
thev will spend their honeymoon.
They are popular young people of
Bemidji aijti, their many- friends ex
tend to them their best wishes.
Dorothy's Observation.
Three auncs and two uncles were
visiting at Dorothy's home one Sun
day recently, and the unmarried state*
of the guefets as well as of her own
brothers and sisters set (lie little one
a-thinking. Finally she remarked:
"Isn't it strange? My mother and the
cat seem to be the only people in this
whole family that have any children."
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A~pleasta atory^ of how a
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VThe World Traveler
1 "*Wifch a Genius for
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M,.i at the
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(MJ Cornw),,
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OCT. 12
A Million Miles of Travel
and Experience Among
Foxty-Race and Nation*.
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THE BEMJDJI DAILY .PIONEER
I'M' IIM' 1..JU11
YANKEES TAKE FIFTH
GAWE jQtF! WW^S SERIES
(Continued on Page 3)
No runs, one I popped out to Meusel.
hit, no errors.
Giants: Bancroft flied to R. Meu
sel. Frisch lined to Peckinpaugh.
Young out to'Fipp, unassisted. No
rum?, no hits, Ao errors1.
Sixth ^nJn
Yankees: Ruth fanned swinging.
R. Meusel t6\h\k IS Keily. Pipp out,
Nehf to KcllyY No rutfs, no hits &o
errors. l-V
Giants^: Kelry*iAgled. E: Meusel
forced Kelly. Rawlings popped to
Miller. Smith out, Ward to Pipp. Nk
Sevent Innin
Yankees: Ward flied to Bancroft.
McNally popped to Bancroft. Schang
flied to Meusel. No runs, no hits, no
errors.
Giants: Nehf flied to Ruth. Burns
out, Hoyt to Pipp. Bancroft out on
bunt. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Eighth Inning
Yankees: Hoyt fanned. Miller
out, Frisch to Kelly. Peckinpaugh
singled. Ruth fanned swinging for
the third time this game,
one hit, no errors.
BERLIN WOMEN APE
PRUSSIAN APPEARANCE
Berlin, v(By mail to United Prqss).
Monocle wearing by women is now
considered here as quite modish.
Before the war, one might see,
here and there, a woman wearing one
of these glasses which have done so
much to give the Prussian a reputa
tin for being hard-faced. But now,
it is becoming fairly popular, espe
cially among "super-cultivated folk."
Authoesbes, actresses, "people
ahead of the times,"' are the type
effecting this new style. With the
make-up generally goes a walking
stick, and very often a daschshund.
poodle or lap dog. These same women
are likely to smoke a cigarette as
they stroll along Kurfuerstendam.
Thus far they haven't adopted the
scaired facethe sure sign of Prus
sian education and kultur.
AEROPLANE ACROBAT LOSES
HOLP ANp FALLS TO DEATH
(By United Press)
Itegina, Sask., Oct. 10.With
thousands looking on, Lloyd Reff
missed his hold when he attempted to
pass from one airplane to andther
and fell to his death. He had per
formed the stunt hundreds of times
before.
Dimples Tissue Defects.
A dimpled 1UL IS considered a
mark of bcntitv, but in reality it is
caused by a deefct in the tissues which
lie under tho skin, 'i'lie dimple Is 11
dent or depression in the skin on a
part of the body where Ihe llesh is
soft. The tissue under the skin Is
composed of libers which help to hold
the skin firm. These libers are not of
uniform length, and sometimes there
will ho a collection of the shorter fl
all In one spot.
GRANDSTONIGH
CORNER-STONE CASKET DAT A
Enilith HittortaV jSugaKit Mot Use.
ful Things and Data to be
Placed fn Cavity.
The manager of a hojje building that
Is being erected in Eugland has, M\
the Manchester fiuardiun, hoen
stderltig Hie Idea oU a foundation
stone casket to be lmbed(t#U In ihe
great mass of ferro-eonerete on which
the bulldmg is to stnnd. As a reader
Or Mr. Wells' "Outline of History" he
h&l
frefli struck by Mr. AVeW dltil
CUIT.T. rhfouRh lack of- significant ma
ftrial,'i dealing with the world's his
tory 3.000 years ago. As he nac. tuld
that the concrete fouftdntloiw would
last at least that time, h thousrlit
that It might he of Use to the Air.
Wells of A. D. 4021 if he found the In
formation about our time neatlj pre
pared for him. Accordingly he wrote
to Air. Wells and asked him to sug
gest what would he the mosi userul
things or messages tf bv plnci^d in the
ca\H.\. Here is Mr. Wells" reblv:
niHIeult to make suggestions Prob
ably conmionphue things with their
current prices will he ot as much
No runs, value as n.\thing. Safety razor cotton
I 1 eel, bottle of pickles and that sort
Giants: Frisch out to Pipp. Yming' thlnj?-. A mail-order catalogue, pie-
singled. Kelly singled, but was out
trying to stretch it as Young went to
third. Meusel fouled to Pipp. No
runs, two hits, no errors.
Ninth Inning
Yankees: Meusel out. Pipp out,
Kelly to Nehf. Ward out, Rawlings
to K^Hy. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Giants: Rawlings doubled. Smith
flied to WaTd. Snyder, batting for
Nehf, struck out. Burns fanned. No
runs, one hit, no errors.
Totals: YankeesThree runs, six
hits, one error. GiantsOne run, ten
hits, one error.
war medicines and what thev pi of ess
to cine. Dieiao tor ordinary iti
Jseii Opewriter. a sewing machine, and
so forth. Dressing lug with llt
tlftgs. ('invent hook on 'How to Be-
have.' A kineina rcSl ol current events.
Whitaker's Almaum ainl BiaiMiaw's
Continental time tables (piewar and
j-,ost war). Baedeker's England Town
maps and id,ins."
COIN OF YAP VERY DURABLE
dfneir Mfedium of Exchange Has Been
Its Limestone WheelsArduous
to Cash Check.
BETTER FARMING CLUB
MET LAST SATURDAY
_, _. media as pear shell and begs of dried
The Better F^rming^Cluh held its
[^COlonnt kernel but to be a pluto
crat of the old type you must he able
to point to jour collection of great
business meeting at the Carr Lake
school"nouse last Saturday. Dinner
was served at noon, after which was
Mia. J. E. Patterson being hostess,
held the regular*.'business session,
A pogram committee committee
was elected, composed of Misses Dor
othy Jai'chow, Ada Werner and Anna
Larson.
The next meeting will be held at
the Carr Lake school house the last
Saturday in October, and Mrs. C. F.
Sci roeder will bo the hostess.
If any payment should be neces
sary in the readjustment at Yap be
tween the United Stales and Jnpnn,
the currency used would not bo that
of the picturesque ifdund In the Caro
lines, although 'he coin of Yap is not
subject to fluctuation in vVilue, is OK
tremely durable, cannot be easily
stolen, and is the despair of tho coun
terfeiter. With such an exoellent
medium of cvluiugo at hand one IUHV
wonder hj President Harding would
immediatelj decline a Hiring of Yap
coins, although the lnrge hole In the
center of each might facilitate string
ing together like the Chinese "cash
Possiblv the difficulty will be better
understood when it is stated that
Yap's chief medium of exchange lias
been 11s limestone wheels whiih inn
up J2 feet in diameter. To cash a
Yap check would necessiato a motor
truck. There are of course, such other
discs.
Back to the Picture Language.
A newspaper for English tourists
abroad 1ms a very Ingenious scheme
for showing exactly what allmctloni
certain hptels hfive to- offer, If there
Is an elevator in the' hoi el picture
of a small boy in uniform Is shown
against the ntime of that hotel. A
garage is Indicated by a picture of .1
motor car, lawn tennis courts by
racquet, untl so on. The scheme Is
quite a useful one, for enables Hi"
tourist to see at 1 1 g'ance exact I
which hotel would
ShoM* At 7:30-9*00 15c and 30c
ROBERT McKIM
CLAIRE ADAMS, CARL CANTVOORT
Supported by an All-Star Cast, in
ZANE GREY'S
POPULAR* STORY
'The Mail |C Forest
More Thrills Than "The P. Trail" I
More Interesting Than "Desert Gold"!
It's a Massive Tale of Love and Adventure
in Modern Arizona.
ALSO SHOWING
"FOR SALE"Two-Part Comedy
TOMORROWALICE BRADY
In the Realart Picture"THE LAND OF HOW
PATHE NEWS and SNUB POLLARD COMEDY
r-uil
rrv 7**W
45**'^l%
him best, and
thus saves him wading through a
whole lot of advertising matter.
No Haste About It.
The burglar bad just begun Ills term.
Near him was au oldish num. who
studied nlm intently and seemed to be
awaiting an opportunity to say some
thing.
"How long are you in for?" he whis
pered.
"Twelve years," replied the newcom
er.
The veteran looked around nervous
ly and thrust a letter Into the burglar's
band.
"I'm in for life," he said. "1'osf this
for me when you get out."London
Tit-Bits.
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The III Wind.
The newly elected niaj or of a coun
try town was about to make Ids llrst
Journey In (hat
ctjfPHCit,\ tluough the
place. The townspeople had arranged
that from an m\h el Jloweis, under
which he was to pass, a floral crown
should he hung, surmounted by the
word*, "lie well desi\e It." l'u
the wind blew nwnj the crown, and
when the nui.\oi\ passed under the
arch onl,\ a ro-itv, \\Mh no. -e at the
end of it dandled, with 'lie \,oll de
sr.\e it."
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I Wednesday and Thursday!
ENOGINE JEWELL
The Song Bird
BLANCHARD, MARTIN
and QUEEN
Singing, Talking, Dancing
Introducing "Queen"
The High-Diving Dog
STEWART and KELSfcY
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ConredyFlirtation
Matinee 2:3010c-25c Evenings 7:10-925c-50c
REX THEATRE
an
JB03E
Wallace Reid
Elliott Dexter
Monte Blue
Theodore Roberts
Theodore KosloFF
Raymond Hatton
HEAR HIS
ORIGINAL
SONGS
B.DeMsllesYI.A6K
Cecil
Th Affairs
of Aaatol"
WITH AN ALU STAR. CAST
C2 CpammountQicture
'Never in the history of entertain--"
ment ha.s there been such a com
bination of stars, director and au
thor. People have been talking about it,
for the past year.
They'll still be talking about it for
several years.
ELKO ORCHESTRA EACH EVE.
Matinee 15c-30c Nights 20c-40c
SHOWS START 2 30-7:15-9 00
ELKO- Tonight & Tues.
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PAGE TM:*Z2
What Do You^. Mean, Chicken?
"A blonde e^c^fcig Is an uncertain
and confusing qiiiMitit where bru
nette on is maW Upre understand-
able," sais ap experienced autoino
billst.
"Whenever seeiktUUte chicken In
Uie distance iJfahatarffiy down,
as thej always flutter around in tho
road, running from side to side, seem,
higly unable to
tjp go, wljtw^ Hir!fe,"*t***^*illui-ywahwhicedetermin
ly choose* the side of safety and slips
off the right of way.
"Something! vry,^diaracrfipiisilc
^MUW Mn
In
tho attiwVof'tboKCjivfb tjrpea-otblrd."
i-Co^mbUK itfsp^Fchf1
.T, 1 I
il rr
,_.
Gloria Swanson
Bebe Daniel/"
V/ande Hawlev
Agnes Ayrcr
Polly Moran
Julia Faye
*'VS
COMING ON
LYCEUM COURSE
Redpath-Vawter Management
Friday, October 14
at the
METHODIST CHURCH
AT8 P.M.
Under the Auspices of the
WOMEN'S STUDY CLUB
For the Benefit of
NORMAL SCHOOL FUND
PACKARDWHODISHUMORIST
THE CARTOONIST
AN
DIFFERENT
AN EVENING OF FUN WELL DONE
PACKARD IS NOT A STRANGER HERE-
This is the first num-
ber of this season's
LYCEUM COURSE
ENJOY AN
EVENING
OF
REAL FUN
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