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&":'. SATURDAY. EVENING, JUNE 10, 192* |ltHM for this folwna .will jba 4i*y ***!**_!* ^.JUrfisjr, IIOM 4-W ullwdw* ,OW Mir ci**t* and to thksa- M, tlmtf ft** Of I6l ttetorWt 4r* fporlm4. Evsry Itoa 'will'W 0fki iHroyer cjai_r. Ufe- wkota aonrco la, fcnowa. ''Fred Hayes of Island.jpa^e was a? business visitor in Bemidji Friday, "VIMAMITE" i ^Miss Marie Lippert of Grand Forks will be an over-Sunday guest of Mrs. Louis Murphy, 1237 Irvine avenue. Come on in, the gas is fine. North western Oil Co. Filling Stationop posite Markham Hotel. 2d6-10 Miss Mary Tisdel of Wilton, who has been the guest of Bemidji friends for a few days, autoed to her home Friday. Polar Pie. Ask for tt. 2-14tl Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith moved Thursday from Fifth ward to the house they recently purchased at 717 Beltrami avenue.. FOR A PRACTICAL NURSE, Call 865-W. 16dfi-21 Walter Helmer left this morning for International Falls and other places to transact business for a short time. Cook With Gaa Northwestern Oil Co,, Filling Sta tions-opposite Markham hotel. Op pen for business. 2d 6-10 J. O'Shea, traveling representative of line New York Foundling hospital, transacted business in Bemidji Thulsday and left yesterday for Blacltduck. He will return to BeMrs. midji the first of the week to spend a couple of days here, ,k Do you know that a Ford Roadster costB only $390 f. 6. b. factory? buy a Ford and spend the difference. 4d6-10 G. L. Gustafson of Pilager, who has been a guest of her brother, A.1 D. Johnson, and family, 1218 Be- midji avenue, for the,past week, re turned to her honi^1 iiiiiiiMff|j 2d6-13 Fred Barker of Wilton was a be tween-train business visitor in Be midji Friday. Polar Pi* Ask for 1U 2-14tl 8-30 Miss Esther Fjellman, teacher in fourth grade of the Bemidji public schools, left last night for Minne apolis to spend1 her summer vacation with her',parents'. "ViMAMlfE" 2d6-13 Mr. and Mrs. George Clayton and Mr. and Mrs. 'Joe Berg left Friday by auto foriee River, Grand Rap ids^ahd other places for a two weeks' ou1%g. .,,_ ,T(. Be prepared for auto trips and picnics. Get an Icy-Hot bottle at Barker's. Pints, 9#c quarts, $1.95 special price for this week only. 4d6-10 Mtss Corrine Carlson, who hasLaDd taught history in the high school at jff^ashwauk for the past school year, t^^ arrived in". Bemidji Friday ,-ti spend her* summer vacation with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Carlson. this morning. She was accompanied by her nephew, Ketmit Jolinson, whohwill visit his grandparents and other relatives at Pillager for the~ nj^t'three, weeks. A new assortment of place cards, tally cards, score cards, table num ber cards and novelties just in at the'1 Beniidji Book & Stationery Co. 403 Beltrami Ave., IT "4djB-10 Miss Faith Plummer, who hJircom pleted a course in art" at the Univer sity of North Dakota, Grand Forks, returned to the farm home of her parents, south of town, Wednesday, and she will spend her summer vaca tion in Bemidji. Rev. T. B. Nordale returned to Be midji Thursday night from Minne apolis where he was called about ten "days ago because of the serious ill ness-of his mother, who passed away Saturday of last week. Funeral services were' held there Tuesday. Mrs. Nordale did not return with him but remained with friends for a time. Rev. Nordajle will leave Bemidji Mon day nifht to attend the national con vention of the Swedish Lutheran Aagustana Synod to be held in St. Paul beginning next Tuesday and continuing over the following Sun day. He goes as a delegate #from nes Mr J2 A typical mining town of the New- $ in Fayette County, about sixty mile State Capital. Summerlee isVie of fhfrfifteenNew River Company mining towns. It nasi 115 miners homes, which house more* than 150 of the men employed* in ant about the mines. It is beautifully locat ed in a valley a short distance from' the County seat of Fayette County. The upper picture shows the style and class of houses which are occu pied by the men. They consist of four and five rooms/equipped with running water, electric lights and a large gar den spot in the rear. These houses rent for from $7.60 to $12.90 per month. The lower picturfe. gives a. more gen eral idea 'of the fay of "the'town show ing both the new and old houses. Summerlee Is particularly fortunate In. the way of amusements for the miners' childreh and places of recrea- I. E. Raymond of Frohn transact ed business in Bemidji Friday. "VIMAMITE' 2d6-13 Sfaart'*Ri6e is the guest, of his brother, Walter Rice, at Tenetrike for a few days. He expects to re turn to Bemidji the first of the week. $60,000 to loan on farms. Dean company. J.-I8tf J. Albachten returned to Bemidji Wednesday from Minneapolis and St.Pau-1-Tvherehe motored last week to visit, relatives and friends for a few days. Mrs. Albachteji remained for a longer visit.. Vimimitea wotiderful gasoline, costs a little more, worth a lot more. Northwestern Oil Co. opposite Mark ham Hotel. 2d6-10 i Mrs. Margaret Prchal arid Mr. and Clifford F. McMillen, of Le Sueur, Minn., are guest^ of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gould1, 611 Third street, having motored here. They are sis ters of Mrs. Gould Polar Pie. Ask for It. 2-14tl President M. W. Deputy of the State Teachers college went to Plum mer yesterday, wnere ^w^^^^!mW^^^:^W^W^'^w^%^ 1 ii^tt- I SUMMERLEE WES' he delivered the commencement address last eve ning! There were' eight 8th grade and. one high school graduates. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Boardman and children are expected home today from Minneapolis where they motor ed Thursday to meet his parents from California, who' will return to Be midji with them to visit for a time. Do you know that a Ford Coupe costs only $580 f. o. b. factory? and. it's One of the finest enclosed cars: on1 4d6-1 0 the marked Vf. Z. Robinson expects to. motor tonfbrrow to Minneapolis to attend thel co^njnj^e,mjnJ^^x.r^js^s^.,pX Hafiline university," a cousin grad uaf^ig at th_?rimf He wjB als\ transact business while there..George Kreatz will accompany hhfi 6ft the) trip. "VIMAMITE" 2d6-13 Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Gurnes, who have spent the past three days in Be midji as guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. VanVoorhees, 1011 America avenue, left Friday for "their home at Rose burg, Ore., expecting to reach there about the 24th, stopping at a few places en route to visit relatives for a short time. They are making the trip by auto. Buy a Ford and spend the differ- 4d6-10 ence. v,i_4 4 "I .i '-i-.!i]li??t- tlon fqi! thp older ones. A play-ground fully equrppied with all kinds of appar atus affords pleasure for the young sters, while1 Motion Picture Houses, Assembly Halls and baseball parks are places of amusement for the old ^er ones. Two, churches are maintained, one [for the white people, and the other for (the colored people. The average Sun- (several day School attendance for the white Sunday School during the past months is 53, while the aver age attendance at the colored Sunday School iS'44. Public schools are also attended'With an average of 70 white children. The colored, school, which is .'separate from the white school, has had an average attendance during the past'year of 2Q., i:-':: Miss Edith Mills, who has taught school at Grand Froks the past school 'year retUrhtd WheFhome,'90S Bel trami avenue, today to spend her summer vacation with her parents. Cook With Gaa 8-30 tf Miss Dorothy Nangle, a student at St. Teresa's college, Winona, arrived home Friday evening'to spend her summer vacation.. jth her. parents, !MrW Snd. JMtsi4 Chele&.Nangle, 507 Fourth,street. .^ANC^E, TONIGHT!at the. New Ar^iory^fcj^usic by the Syncopators. *^y1:' 1 A,/ i 5, 1 "M6-1 0 ^w^** Coot With Gna $- 3-30 tf re, f- _____ .l'.-' -s.iv Mr. and Mrs. John Bloomquist of Ashland, Wis., and Mrs. H. B. Web ster of Buffalo, N. Y.f parents and sister of Mrs., R. A. Olson, arrived in Bemidji Friday and will be sum mer guests at the Olson home, 1118 Bemidji avenue. Cook With Gas 8-30 tf Miss Alice Graves, teacher in the Bemidji schools, left last night for St. Cloud to attend the ordination of her brother as a priest. Her' par ents from Duluth will meet her there and she will motor to her home to spend her summer vacation there. Buy a Ford and spend the differ ence. 4d6-10 DANCE TONIGHT!at the NewIndustries Armory. Music by the Syncopators. Id6-10 Mrs. D. S. Mitchell.and Mrs. E. D.where Boyce motored to Itasca State Park Thursday and vjsited the B. A. C. club camp there.. They took with them ice dream for the boys which was donated by the Kiwanis club. They report them as having a splen did tintrSWd^ate thaf they did not fget,.t^e hea.vv| ,^ainjihe*e\that day that was experienced^ here in the af-Father t^oosi Prof. F. P. Wirth and Prof. J.., W. Jsmith also visited the camp from Bemidji that day, the former returning- yesterday, and the latter remaining to return with them today when they break camp. There are about twenty nlembers of the club, with Rev. L. P. Warford, who enfor joyed the week's outing. Polar Pie. Ask for it. 2-14tf Bemidji's popular "Gift Shop" is the Bemidji Book Store, 403 Beltrami Ave. New things in books, favors, cards, albums and framed mottos are arriving. Come in and see them. ^W!W(SS8^''3^.wW ,nl"('v ,wm I'm-* THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER ENTERTAINED AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Serrurier and W. G.'Fiddtes' of St. Paul were 6:30 o'clock' dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Carlson, 504 Minnesota avenue^^bursday evegihg^ (.f DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH MEET MONDAY EVENING The regular meeting of the Daugh. ters of Rebekah will be held Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the Moose hall, and all members are requested to be present. M. B. OF A. HOLDS REGULAR MEETING MONDAY NIGHT The Modern Brotherhood of Amer ica will hold its regular meeting Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the new Moose hall. It has been voted to hold but one meeting a month dur ing June, July and August, viz., the second Monday in each month, and all mem'bers are urged to be present at this time. ROYAL NEIGHBORS VISIT MEMBERS AT CASS LAKE About thirty Royal Neighbors^ from Bemidji went to Cass Lake yes terday morning, some by auto and others by train, and surprised Mrs. Leonard Johnson at her home there. She was formerly Miss Beatrice Mooak of Bemidji and held an office in the local order, and was recently married. The party took with them ^ell-filled baskets and enjoyed an all-day outing with picnic dinner at noon. They presented Mrs. John son a set of silver. They returned to Bemidji in the late afternoon and all reported a very enjoyable day- MRS. MARY GAMBLE IS SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAY The G. A. R. Circle assisted Mrs. Mary. Gamble yesterday in celebrat ing her 76th birth anniversary by going to her home, Seventh and Irvine avenue, and giving her a hand kerchief shower. They took with th'em well-filled! baskets, and a birth day lunch was served in the course of the afternoon. She .recejvftd, a num ber of other beautiful gifts .also. A very pleasant social afternoon was enjoyed by all. Those present were Mesdames Mary Villiman, Wm. Schroeder, Mary Graves, John Eng lish, Mary DuVal, A. W. Smith, Dav id Booth, Ellen Booth of Blackduck, S. C. Bailey, H. A. Lepper, Charles Vedder C. B. Minnick, B. E. Staf ford and Miss Eleanore Bowser. "Once Won't Hurt You." All the troubles of the would-be dieter aren't due to lack of will power. A woman playwright says friends ore responsible for Inducing one to dis regard the doctor's orders, however friendly their motives may be. "I'm having the hardest time," she walled, according to' the New York Sun, "keeping to my diet. Well-menn Ing friends Invite me to lunch and to dinner and then are offended If I don't sample everything on the menu. Just once won't hurt you," they argueoi\ 'Well, I've planned this dinner for you and you've got to eat it.' The re sult is you generally always do eat It with subsequent regrets. The only remedy is to stay home for all meals and that takes more will power than it does to diet." What China Is Doing. A tourist on the trip around the World always stops at Shanghai, the principal port of China, and from It visits the show places of the prov inces of Kfangsu and Sheklund. He sees rice paddies, the canals, the Yangtze, the temple and pagodas, but he may not realise that, the smoke stacks rising here and there in the calm of the Chinese landscape denote important cotton, flour and bean-oil that are the, beginning of a modern industrial nation. In Canton, the changing face of the citybroad streets, great stores, hotels compar able to the best of their kind any In the worldIs more striking. Once the tohhit understands what Chinese planning is capable of, he cannot but. fwonder it awakening China Is riot'destined to become one df the greatest nations of the world. Rev- Father Paquin of Fosston was a guest Thurs_ay"and FricTay of Rev. Jos. Fraiing, and assisted him in his worifT 4Ufr*^" at the New DANCE TONIGHT! Armory. Music by the Syncopators. Id6-10 Mrs. Mary Kellogg, housekeeper Joe Pogue and family, Missis sippi avenue, who has been seriously ill at the latter's home, was reported Slightly improved today. M. B. A. ATTENTION! The M. B. A. will areerin the New Moose hall Monday evening at 8 o'clock. All members should be present. Dancing after meeting. Music by Melody Boys. Id6-10 ./i.vv. *nur vr,.' Colorful Stripes In Sweaters The possibilities in color and design that present themselves in the popu lar sweater seem to have lingered un til the present season, when sudden ly they appeared to be exploited in a host of attractive models. From the slightest ornamental element to the full field of colored figures in Navajo effects, the sweater seems to have run the gamut f decoration. Of special interest in the decorative development is the fearlessness with Which stripes are now handled. Con scious of the danger of producing un desirable effects, the stripe in the sweater has always been the night 'mare of the designer. Today, howev er, the stripehasbeen tamed. Figura tively speaking, de signers have taught it to "lie down and roll over," for the simple reason i that they have mastered the elements of width and color. Indeed the num- ertM gorgeous results seem to indi- IOAU that they glory in.their mastery. group of artistic sweaters with colorful stripes seen in one of tho jfaahioaabl* Fifth Avenue shops rep 'reseated garments ofAsilk, mohair, andsilk and mohair mixed. Another 'shop exhibited the Sweater jhown here. It is sport neck slipover of foreign alpaca yarn. Belgian lanr stitcb,with Orientalcolnringsthrough* oat the body and sleeves. Concrete Houses. The use of concrete houses fs be coming common in various sections of the country. In connection with the general program for the Investigation and Improvement of housing condi tions now bolng carried out I the bureau of standards, several trips of inspection have been made by uiein bers of the staff of that bureau to study improvements in the building of concrete houses. The trip recently made included many projects in the vicinity of Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Chi cago and Minneapolis. Great improve ments, both in the ordinary uses of the concrete and In the architectural and ornamental effects obtained, were noted on this trip. It seems certain that some style of concrete house will become very common In the near fu ture.Scientific American. IT WAS 7-" ?,B? of retribution for the criminals and law breakers whose reign of lawlessness held San Francisco in a grip of terror. Mur ders were a daily occurrence. The law !was ridiculed, justice thwarted. Death lurked in every shadow, and a hundred lamp-posts offered mute evidence of the wave of crime,which swept the city like a scourge. Such was the condition of the crime ridden city when the Vigilantes took the ROBT. McKlM GEO. HjACKATTHORNE CLAIRE MCDOWELL CHAS. B. MURPHY GRAN ifci-V v:- "SOUND THE TOCSIN!" ^GRA DAWN' By STEWART EDWARD WHITE Who has painted a story of California's Early Gold-Rush Days with, a brush that seems to have been inspired. CAST OF SEVENTEEN STARS CLAIRE ADAMS SNITZ EDWARDS MAUDE WAYNE MARC ROBBINS A Picture Pulsating With LifeLiving and Breathing the Early Historical and Romantic Days of California, When Crinolines and Hoop-Skirts Offset the Drab Black of Frock-Coats and Stove-Pipe Hats. 2:30 GRAND TtfdMrtr."*1 .Shows at 7:30-9rOO10c & 25c GLADYS WALTON) \$AVlBBtfl_ER -'rtfttLAM COPLEY T^__\li!/j^ Kid' She was a cash-register soloist in a bowery hash-house, they called her the "Wise Kid"See this clever roman tic comedy of "Beanery Beauty." ALSO SHOWING "SPEED E UP" ISV^P A IlJew Two-Part Century Comedy 7:30-9:00 10c & 30c 10c & 25c law in their own hands. From a seeth ing caldron of intrigue and treachery, San Francisco became a city of law and order. The lawless were banished. Many paid the penalty with their lives and stern justice became the order of the day. This is the story of "The Gray Dawn," the most engrossing narrative of ro mance and intrigue that has ever been presented on the American screen. PAGE THREE CARL CANTVOORT STANTON HECK ZACK WILLIAMS GRACE MARVIN SUNDAY In! \H 'M^tetWifcSfefc.