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BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THK
BEMIDJI PIONEER PUBLISHING COMPANY
Q.% CABSON, President E. H. DENU, Seej-Mpt
J. WINTER, New* Editoi
TELEPHONE 922-923
Sbtena at the Postofflce at BemMJi, Minnesota, af
volaaa Matter, under Act at Consr*** xft
March I, 1879.
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"WHY GIRLS LEAVE HOME" AT
REX LAST TIME TONIGHT
"Why Girls Leave Home" a dram
atic screen version of the famous
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Writer** nam* must known to/the editor, but sot
neoesaarlly for publication: Communication* for the
weakly Pioneer must reach this office not later thaa
Tueaday of aajsfc weak to insure publication la tha stus
rant issue.
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IEKLT PIONEERTwelve .page*. pabltea**
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for.i In advance, 82.00.
Unless credit is Uvea this paper, only th* TJTnlt**
Press is entitled to the use for re-pubUcaaoBOlall
new* dispatches credited to It. or otherwise oradltea,
and also th* local news published herein.
OmOXaX COUMTT JUTS OZTT JMaPCTaWfMB
DODGING THE INCOME TAX
St is reported by men, who ought to know, that
out of 42,000,000 persons "gainfully employed" in
tie United States only 5,300,000 filed government
personal income tax returned in 1919 certifying
totlncomes of as much as $1,000 a year, despite the
fact that it is certain that the average income dur
ing that year was in excess of $1,000.
Therefore, it is clear that several millions of per
sons, probably from 15,006,000 to 20,000,000, who
should have made returns under the law did not
do so and thereby made themselvea subject to fine
or imprisonment.
In other words, from one-third to one-half of the
40,000,000 appear to have been tax dodgers in
the year 1919the latest year for which the figures
are availableand there is no reason to.believe
conditions were any better in 1920 or 1921.
Looking "at it from a still different angle, it is
figured that for the year 1919 the total loss to the
governmentduring 1919 would amount to taxes on
$46,000,000,000.
This is a most amazing condition of affairs, if
the figures and totals presented are as accurate as
they appear to be. While it is true that some of
thoBe Who did not make returns, but who under the
law should have done so, would not have been re
quired-to pay a tax because of the exceptions.
But millions did not pay. who could and should.
That dishonesty could exist on such a colossal scale
and fail'to have been brought to the public's atten
tion before this seems almost incredable. Yet
the government figures" and the statistics as ana
lyzed by Jason Rogers, publisher of the New York
Globe,'appear to be involerable.
That-the government itself must do something
to quickly and certainly stop this wholesale decep-
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T l~ vuh small hours Madeline
KelloggsCorn
touch-the-spot
any hour
of day
ornight
FLAKK
watched her every .movement with *n
ulterior motive in mind. He entered
her bed chamber a^
Re theatet:j
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You can't resist the appeal of Kellofeg's Corn Flakes!
Pour out a bowl brim full of Kellogg?s\Aig,
brown, crisp and crunchy! Was there er such an
appetite treat! And, such a flavor! A breakfAtor lunch
or supper thrill for big folks as well as link ones.
Get KELLOGG'S Com Flakes for sureoeQUise
Kellogg's are the original Corn Flakes and so delicioi
good and so superior in every way that your delight i
be boundless. Please understand that Kellogg's are
never tough or leathery or hard to aferr.
they^re always crispy! -'v-
Alio wkeri of KEtLOGC'S KRUMBLES aJ KELlOGG'S.aRAN. i^^^j
non is apparent 1 the income tax is to continue in
operation. -^TV ^V'^W''
told her she had
sho^
oh\e"
a
WaSaJe%eIu?ned'to *&" Kiful ^ed her-yes, to teach him the
home She sat down on the stairwayl^est jazz step,So to the victrolaand
stairway. She
disturbed, but in another momen
._ it mak*B on hungry, fee,
it, m tat &Mr*at Us bwl t KMogt'a fur
brtakfatt mvry tAnningf But! emn't apart any
today, BobbU htUft I can't!"
joyously
and GRfEN p^ck^ga-hearing.the
nature of W ."feKfllqg|,^-'orgbp|b
Tbasted, Cori ^AesFKONfi -A
GENUI|fE'WTTHCirTIT IT! "Hive
Kellogg's for breakfast tomorrow!
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1 NEW. ENGLAND'S OUTLOOK '-XV.f^ 3
.'It'is difficultI now 'to force the .ocean-going, busi
^ss of the cquht^.'-ltijrou^
y, nyhich New York insists bhynr%he'fear that any otli
method may Teduce its prestige. When normal
r, conditions are restored and as the country's busi-
,..lne$s grows, it can readily be seen that these condi
tions will be wpm^^/^Xx'
'"''ittbit New'Englahd^manufacturers in perceiving
that the addition of the waterway to the transpor
tation niilaaj vM mkmtk tmamA
an&jiessi ofJTlhe tir#^^on,^j*Sl|tt'vvn
lfmn wirWivFYBflk Dretnren,^no seem
that unless the business of the nation goes through
that port,fjwhatever^ the delays,: expenses and loss
involved in the pr#cess| a tremendous harm will be
done to their city and state.-Milwaukee (Wis.)
Sentinel.
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HENRY FORD SAyS:
"We have only started-on the development of
our-countrywe have not as yet, with all our talk
of wonderful progress, done more than scratch the
surface. The progress has been wonderful enough
but when we compare what we have-done with
what there is to do, then our past accomplish
ments are as nothing.McClures' Magazine.
.".A _'. \_ i
It's some consolation in these days of, heart
breaking taxes that our public debt was reduced
fully one million dollars .every day duririg March.
Forbes Magazine.
^%v%-r\^ -vy --1r-:--.
Look hot upon the moonshine when it is white,
ior it last (which comes quickly) it bitteth like
a pa^r of ice tongshnd stingeth like a democratic
congtess.
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You can now rent the Armory for $35,, a
but it still costs money to. rhummy.
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'away.'
and ordered the butler to take off her
shoes. Then she went up to her room
as though in a daze, unt#ngled her
lustrous hair, and in a few moments
she is enveloped in a flimsy suit of
pajamas.
Now Mr. Wallace, her father, pro
prietor of a big department store, had
':f|-i- r~-*
Andrew J. Volstead has filed again for congress.
A dry joke, some say.
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The coal strike has entered the crucial stage.
So has the coal bin.
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Speaking of wheathold 'er, Newt, she's:
rearjn'. ".v-
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Now conies
"BELLE OF ALASKA" AT REX
fRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Chester Bennett's big production,
"Belle of Alaska," starring Jane Nov
ak contains a shipwreck scene taken
in the ocean miles away froin land
that has a parallel only in the sinking
of the great liner Titanic.
The gold-ship "Northland" leaves
Seattle for the Klondike, packed to
the rails with prospectors and advent
urers.
In the middle of the night off the
AlaBkan coast, the Northland strikes
an iceberg. Half-dressed, undressed
passengers, mostly without life belts,
half dazed from sleep, engage in a
mad fight for safety. Sinking slowly
the steamer's searchlight plays on the'
surface of the sea showing scores of
passengers in the water trying to
climb on a life raft.
"FOOLISH WIVES" AT ELKO
LAST SHOWING TONIGHT
"Poolish Wives," ,the sensational
Von Stroheim production, which hes
attracted ao much attention,in New
York'City, will be presented at the
Elko theatre again tonight last time.
This gigantic super-Jewel pro
duction made by the master genius
of, Von Stroheim, after nearly two.
years of labor, and after Carl Laem
mle had expended over a million dol
lars on the picture, is assuredly the
forehibst American made production
in the history of screen drama. Al
though the scenes are laid near Monte
Carlo, the unusual-, and* novel feat
wasvattempted, off duplicating that
famous Mediterranean resort on the
shores of^SontheM,California.
No su,ch colossal? enterprise as re
roducihg .the entire citjr o'f Monte
lo at California has ever been
knoVn-ifl the nioving-piotwe rndustry.
sh. Wives--adds toufhe laur
on StroheimT who "wrote the
(trected th-piefeur-afla-aeted
i leading role of a Russian count,
cWta^lotvof),fool- $n the cast are Mis?
ftithp Maude George,
ale Fuller, Itadolph Christians, and
a host of others. Nearly 15,000 people
were ePiployed\in thie.. ensembles
showing the crowds in the gay .pleas
ure resort: in the Abuth of France.
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MAY RfcAVOY'S A\CITY GIRL
Bt|T CAN PLAY FARM ONES
May JMcAvoy wily be seen here
tonight.and Wednesday at the
Grand thfcatrc in the \oie of a humble
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WhatdtHeymean, "Foolish Wives?" Are there
any other kind? Ouch! the rolling pin!
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President Harding refuges to stand for a b,onus
without the bones.'
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The allies are saying to Russia, Genoa: where you,
get off at?
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little countay drudge in a "Homespun
Vamp %,t t\ \.:*:V
Miss McAvoy is one actress who
cannappoint back to childhood's hap
py day's down on thefarm or in some
inconspicious village, where her rise
to fame is the favorite local topic of
conversation.'
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foi the clevqf H^Ie aetress who has
been recently raised to stellar heights
by Realart is a born and bred New
Yorker in fact= previous to going to
California to make picture she had
been rarely ftiore than a short
distance^v
from the grea) metropolis.
Her triumphs, however, accentuate
fact that apt' .aj^-successful peo
feicome^from.
a|y, in'fact,
jrjDecause di
figger cities,
see it
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Dream, yes. But also wake up!Forbes Mag.
Ufa.
the reception room she took him. And
as thjfy whirled and jazzed, as only
Madeline knew how to teach her dad
the jaza steps in, came the, stately,
stern Aim. Wallace just returning
from a bridge party. And then what
happened? why did Mr. Wallace en
courage his/ daughter to dance with
him It two in the morning?
This is but one of the novel feature's
to be found in "Why Girls .Leave
Hohte," produced by Warner Bros.,
which will be the feature attraction
at the Rex theatre again tonight."",
Evinces a great
either in spite
rawed life of the
WHAT DO WEN WANT?" AT
GRAND THEATRE THURSDAY
f'MVhat Do Meh:*Want?" heralded
as Lois- Weber?sigreatest picture and
said to be-eveh. more soul-stirring in
theme and acting than' her spectac
ular success, .""^y-hjere Are My Ghil
tiren?" is a problem of American life
daily felt in millions of homes in
every nook and corner of the land.
Wives husbands, mothers, fathers,
sweethearts, brothers, sistersevery
body in every Walk of lifeare con
cerned in this vital,' throbbing drama
that unfolds in striking manner the
things that promote' happiness among
men and real understanding among
women.
Lois Weber, a genius in picturing
amazing faults in the sdcial conditions
of this country, has stripped bare the
weakness of man, and made wonder
fully clear a women's conception of
what men want.
"What Do Men Want?" showing'at
the Grand Thursday and Friday, is a
story that thrills and chills and teach
es. Exceptionally broad in its mighty
appeal, it- touches the "right chord''
in every man and makes him think
nd do the things that are really worth
while. 'A powerful-.picture with a
powerful theme is this great Ameri
can drama of the hunt for happiness.
Every woman will
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REV. J. FRAL.ING,
Bamidjl, lBtoa.
347,
Vaator, it. faUBfi
710 HraaU AV*.
Services on Sundays
Prayerbdoks, Bibles and 'Religious
articles at cost. The Church'urges
all Catholics to have a copy of the
-Bible in their home and to reaff it
m.!-
are cordially invited
to attend any or all of our services.
Admission free to all. -Religious in
struction, literature and information
on the history and teachings of the
Catholic Church given free upon re
quest. All are welcome.
AFTER ALL, THE
ONLY WAY
to' get well wheitydu^ are ilr
is. to cailL a 1 good doctor aftfdO*
have him prescribe for you.-
-That' is where we come- tit^-'
fresh, s&oAg\Jdrugs,
com-.
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