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BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE
BEJ4ID41 PION^EI* PUBLISHING COMBANT
Q. B CAEfON, Prg^,- H. DEN^ 3fe**ttl&
J. D. WpTtEB ^e^ Edjftor
Towgn MXwL
BiC Thai* Co..
Chlc^o.^v$.$im$l%fflkT.,
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Wrt
Boift
)off itfit-- ^-^^.^Ciyt'r'L-'?
'^"ASB*^
Weekly Kd6fer-must*teab this office ndPnfon*than
Tuesday of eacb week to insur* publication la the
current Issue.
trBSosnraxov
8U Months.....,.,.. lWMont Tear Sf.0,0
n23*\ri!?Slto"
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One Month........_ .55
One Week.,....^..^ .15 ThrM Monit^^..^... l.|S
THH WJlEaCLT -PIONE^IV-XlMAve ngw, psbUahe*
every Thursday and sent portage-para- to" any acMraar
for, In advance, $2.00.
Unless credit- la *sLan- this paper, onJUT the UnlteA
Press Is entitled to tfte nse for ie-putaicatt6 of all
news dlspatcHw credits* HactL or oQfflrwJsearadltea
and also the local news published herein.
OZTXCXAX COVHTT AOT .c,ytff.' ocaaa8nrmi
-."'"l' "Llil-"
ofd
the 'l
Thi.'
the order,
SHCXFLEY^&
saiteB^t
attended.
The dance at the town hall given
by Redmond's was very well attend
ed. A delicious lunch was served,
and a good time reported by all
Mrs/~Wr Schar was pleasantly sur
prised Monday afternoon^ Among
the self-irttited guests were: Mrs-
J. AQderson, Mrs. F. Iverson and
Mrs. jB. Brown- Lunch was served
by th guests.
A number from, this vicinity^ at
tended the dance at Firman's Satur
day night.
Ruebeh Carlson spent the week end
at home. a*
Edwin Brown and Ben" Gbrm
ed Wednesday^- a^.tk&^MjssiQaaHfc
meetingsJ.STSST~. -^=s=r^.T
ServaakJBPrfti hplri iftJfre Swedisjj,
churcaTues day night
A lumber oQffjfa?around here
have lawght skunks are. raising
them.
0
PLEASANT VALLEY
Miss Sabin gave her concluding
lecture at the school house here on
Thursday. Shn has been coming the
last Thursday
obviouslyof
FQY?
W."Schr's ^as well
each month and giv
i
ing a lesson in Nutrition and other
subjects for/the past five months.
These have been very interesting and
?helpfuL and.we have been glad of
the privilege of knowing Miss Sabin
and. her work.
Mr apd Mrs. William McClellan
and Mrs.' George Stensuid and daugh
ter Alice attended the funeral ser-
A-T
Jf\,',hV
ftavoMat -**n**wfc,*"--i*v
*a?te
MMXMM
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^-'.t'lnj r,mi,
TheSsnce of Wales, heir to the English
Thtronft, ha been installed as Senio)*"
Grand War^ft eft^W dland Lodge- of
England. Were oaly, a^ estimable and
pleasant yQun& man' whtf^as thus honor
ed, the matter would.'Jbe' !'Qf ha special im-.
portance. ^ufc the KQS to the British
Throne is not permittfti.to follow his qwn
will and bent as he pleases he may never
forget, in pla^ring the man, that he is also
Prince of the Realm.
It should be sufficient answer to any
of the detractors of the Order of Free
Masonry that the president of this great
Republic is a Freemason that many of
his predecessors have been Freemasons,
and that the first President, Washington,
was not only a Freemason, but devoted his
time and attention to the order, and. be
came Master'of his Lodge.
But for thoise whose admiration and
veneration are given more to those who
rule by hereditary right than those who.
win power by their own abilities and the
will of the majority, the fact that the fu
ture King of England becomes a Senior
Grand Warden of the English Grand
Lodge of Free Masonry, should all be
sufficient proof- tftalr the diatribes direct
ed against Freemasonry by those who are
its enemies and who know not whereof
they speak, are but the fulminatiops of
minds untutored.
Freemasonry stands for patriotism, for
la\jr and order, for fear and love of God,
without regard to church or creed, for
charityw for toleration, for brotherly love
and relief of distress, for education, for
freedom- in other words- for- the ideals
of all enlightened and civilized nations.
That the future ruler of a great country
thus takes his place officially in the
Granconsenr
with
an encouragement the
rule%of reat Britain, should make those
who slander the order for their own ends
pause to wonder if the Masonic virtues.,of
silence,ra$d circumspection are not ones
whiich they had better cultivate.
ijhe above matter wa supplied by the
Capital News Service of Washington and
will' be of interest to- many of our local
Masons. Building true Americanism is a
mission of service and if any organization
is doing this to a greater extent than any
other it is^this fraternity.
?t
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3_.je
Ivery
vices Sunday afternoon at the "Will.
iam Tisdale home, of Donald Francis
Tisdale, the one-year,
and Mrs. Winlliam
ices were conducted
Warford of Bemidji.
Jack Stephani and some of the
oilier men, have gone to tro. caimjto
work.
The S- E. Randall's have moyod
their dwelling house from the C."f&T
Thompson farm over about half a
quarter onto their farav
Lee Downey of Thayer, Iowa, vis
ited^ the Frank Porter's (from
carin
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gi ve
adiea
at"the
'vnt-~ ^V^V^ ^(.f-^sw
^'Ml*WWi'1t
SOME DIFFERENCE
Parents "who are sometimes inclined to
jsend their young, children on errands, and
to scold them if.they do not always.get
exaotly iwhat they'"juse.^o^'to,,.'#m*y ap
preciate the story\ of. fHe yoiibgsfer sent
r-^_-.
^^WPiele^^ff^ youngster beginning to
jf whimper, it wasjsuggestejy&st th^ja^th^r
bgjcajl^j^in-^ver the telephone, with the
,vrs^t^iaiiJ
as foun**iat
w#tfgj th^ M*a
bein |S 1
A VOTERS DUTY
It is just as important that the voter
continue, his interest in the men and wo
men elejcted to serve the. interests at the
people after election as it is to get out and
,~huj&tle fbr votes election day.
The natural thing to do is to let things
run .as ?they will, regardless of whether
the chosen candidates fulfill their promis
or ejten perform a haphazard duty.
voiter should make it his duty to
see thafc the wprk undertaken by the
elected |%xarried on in the best and most
econofljic^i^mamier.
w,^ POWELL.MAKES COOO-,rZ
Major E. Alexander Pow^eJl, who ad
-'dressed a packed house*#t thfe
church Monday night delivere'ct/^nd %en
some. He was advertised as b.e^jg.a, greaji
lecturer and convince^ ..hiujidreb^ ,#iat
there is truth in adveptising^ ^cw.::-.
The State Teachers-College is?!
most highly complimented upon bringing'
to Bemidji such high caliber of educa
tional entertainment. The balance of their
course will be of the same high standard
and the. success of the course is assured.
I ri
If you need "fixing" attend the clinic
at the offices of Drs. Garlock and Garlock
Friday, November t$k* ?now why your
health heeds attention.
Kellogg's was served at many a break
fast table this morning in spite of the vote
of yesterday. Apparently it isn't going to
make much difference.
5^ -f.
More feed, more milk, that's the gospel
of expert dairymen- They us4 to feed
a cow from 800 to 1200 pounds a year,
now they give her from 2200 to 260-o
even betteir. The iptofit (is igreafteiv and
she, pays for the additional food she con
sumes. '-.Tc? '.i.
Electi5hviday naade no difference to.
Pioheer Acciaejit'lnau^Mitce pttttcy sates
in factit seemed .to help a bit. Many new
subscribers and more renewals. Your pol
icy is here for youi come in *d gats it.
The country. ha& had/.steady ram now
for the past eight days* but it looked like
a snow storm to'some of the" candidates
Tuesday
^-i
The cutting of thei. timber around-Lake...
Bemidji willgive.us a yegtUar Nexth Da
kota appearance, if something isn't done
to stop it. nm&
5ri-.
If you didn't kiss the. baby -Mr. Candi
date, you probably lost the mother's vote.
I "-*t
Considerable scenery has been renioved
from the newspapers sihe electi^y^y*
Sajtur
]day until Monday, going t6 Grand
Forks, N. D., where he expects to
spend the winter.
The PJeasant Valley saw'mill ex
pects to fire-up and plane_some lum
ber next week.,' "jr..~ --*i^s*w
Mrs.'S. L. Se^IowC^sited Mrs. E.
were. in town Sunday
A shadow social'was held at the _.^,.
Espea, schooF*ioi on- November 4^ ^R. Lee on Wedttesd^ O%1B^ !fS&H
The Swedish church i ded^ts^^^
school
,m^e gatuiMaR^igh^ J^-the
Helping H^nd society was a
UeHdeld Success ty everyway. There
was a" fortune tellftig booths grrw
bag, beauty padpr,sbotin galley
and other attractions Most of th
arkicles and the work in connection^
with the carnival was donated, some
by people who were not membefs
of the society and those in-- pastMK
ular we wish to thank for their aa
sistancc. The society truly appre
ciates the good Trill and helpfulrtess
at all times. There was a baby
quilt won by N. L- Knox, a doll wpn
by Morris McClellan and a large
fancy cake won by Roy Watson.
There was a short period of danc
ing and a most enjoyable time was
reported. Owing to the fact that a
number of entertainments were be
ing staged at our neighboring towns
there was not an extra large crowd
-a
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M^&t^wm^w*
rn*M
it%MAW'-^tw*3^
HI^6diSt
ta^bfe
5 *3f? aid*!?
The cow will lead you to wealth ii-you
give her' rope enoughs ^ivH?^^ ^U
5
If you didn't votet :forge^lihe feturn.
present. I^oweveff'fffe?tibta
_^_ ,,,i "I. i VIMI I'-
e^eipts
A lar go nuniuei ui-mou uuo
'been pWlip ai^lKb'Riral routes
out frbmt Pupbg|jr .ready l|pt| t&eswitch
carrier on November 2.
Mr* Menjjy Ptegle and son Willie
attended the carnival here Saturday
:fiynigfrl.:r,U..,r'"'"'''-
^I'.'i.'
Koors, brothers of Bemidji were
iou$ here Saturday evening.
Frank Porter, S. E. Randall and
C- O^ Thompson motored to Bemidji
Monday W a business trip.
Mr* and -Mrs. N. I* Knox and
children, also Miss Lee and Miss Akre
were guests of MT. and Mrs. Carl
Nelson Sunday.
Mrs. Henry Higginbotham visited
hjaB^^ren-toif^^j^^tfJifeLA**M- Watsoh'^nlday.
t. V-rl'-'
A few gathered} at the school
house1
o^^ujdftjfc ssaniwg and danc
ing was tSe pricipal aanusenetit
.-iaiere was no service at the.^nool-
V^a^^pn Sunday on aecoun*-of 'the
LiTJCa*
.-^-v?,""v\.
carrier Ffo^jSfcro, has
moved his family to Tuti^ Hiver
They occupy Mr. Larkins hot^se
Frank Falls is seriously ill at his
home here.
Mrs. William Blakely has been ap
pointed tojserve on the school board
in Mr. David Carnegie's place.
THOS. J. STOREY
Expert Taxidtrmist
611, 6th Ave. E.
DULUTH, MINN.
Prices and Catalogue
on request
SrAr'iV i\iatt i-^Mf
DAI
*im
irWnYertini.fte Sim
i Type.
^'wikf own an and o^eraf radW Wc%Mfi
wis using vacuum tube detectors who
would like to have regenerative *e-
celvers. KegmnafttfiTe refaHWM-M
ever, are relaUv^y expen^vArbecause
o,f the higfi royalty i$e. companies 114
censed to manufacture^'fliese sets pay.
for the use o| the. Armstrong patent
Jhe regenerative circuit is desirable
to spite of thej6 ^difl[icultles, uecause!
fty converting hts- vacuum: tube- de^
tector intpjf^regenerative receiver, an
amateur eahnot o^lly then pick-signals up un
damped qr.:'*contmuds*wa,
but his Incoming signals will be great
ly ampJuleC~A* reg^
will produce for thrsame Inching sig
nal amtich sttmf^rUspo)ii6%^^'ihe,
headphones- than a ii'on-regeneratfve
receiver In connectloiS witlt*
?if
"tfne*i
stage a^nTlCT^T^jpn," fo6^"Se' ad-s
dltioh": of the^j^plifier pece^sitatea
extra tubes,,,i^iplifylng^transformers^
etc., as a first co?fe*ltt(d inore'ipfowerf
to opeftte',as*ia^^
nrohMhaice-cost
5
Th.e simple vacuum-tubereceiver, us
ing' a tuning coil only for varying
wave length eaftfb^rWQmmended
as
tm
shown In FlguneI to tarma regenerae
ttve circui^^ Whft5#* ,tw*point
is on- contact 'No* J^the set i
nontregenerative. Tncstog the switch
to point No. 2 make,ttie. set regenera.
ttve. The circuit *erBgemeflt for re
generato^^i knojwn M^enltra at*
'die* clreolfe.-r*^H:.../-,?-^.r.-'r-'
iris dTffleult to-eintso the amount
of regeneration in 4fc elrcnit of thin
JF/4xM
type and close adjustment of the fila-'
raent current and plate potentials is
necessary to avoid distortion.
When anantenn-ifleries condenser,
is used in conjunction with the tun
ing coil for controlling the wa*i
'^^fcyrSWSfcV S&'3k&
USE THE WANT AD COLUMNS OF THE PIONEER
for feeding energy h,a to ihe-frtd
icuit from^^,nlate circuit,
The best method of adapting 4
loose, coupler to a regenerative ^rcui
(arrangement is shown in FIgur* M,
l^e prlmaT^iofJt^-10i^^ni^ii
!usei| fct-liiw^iraW*^?
rianep employlhg:-&m&m.- cott.^.,-,.-
secondary tof the- tuning coil If nof
^connected m-tto gl4 cteaul* aft it..atib
By cdnne/itlh# tbe^ ^ondairi: hi
Itikq t^teLi^tW^'^e^ip^t^M-6f
ducianV ia tfif plate clrcH cm^
'varied antf-^^ctoS^I^-of-.tgi^.'^w
'clrciiit bacfi^ C'ffie aiSteiluB* and the
gHd circuit caA^cpntrortef rEm^
wilt alio#"^^(W*^#,to T#|
jgaserttmi tbkt ^ui be ta-Qbtaln
For' tkesft-'Who-. wish te retain- the
Nitiw toning. pNpertlea of a tpjofe!
ipl^ the feed haJf acrahtement
wn in Figure N hi su^ested. Bi
circuit a. tiftrff coff carfeiff a,
iei^.ia ejected:"to i*a*
**rM attd usjjsdT to" feed' BacSt 'life
ilate c|reult energy intblfit frK -k-
nite" The Jtfckler "coh JHs BlfflaiP"ltt
ihyslcai olmewsrens to si*nfr:
tik lse OiolJX tt r5*
E-
ave only approalnwitely 75 per cent
many turns. J."'."
It should b*. ia**nasd m. loAt*
^de back and fbrth nirtd* of th*-,jj(*
'.iniry ef th^toose cmnjl*, enterina.fte'
fcnn^rid*M(?s*
__, tHat ia iooaa eou#
#tth twe secondarleiw
/ope sld of the. prfn*^^
sudkkg. in^jhe other side.
p"t^ prlmlfts. %Ja ^eslraftle tog
'hnse B^rAUn|^pn-fflffic^er ^cog^iaik
there lua|^^ft^|!^ *^*W
las to p]erhitt.^ffi^badjg^#rt of
'the plafe *h^^wwincfc J?
Radio Fan* Blninf^W Part*
.The opening of the t$EK at Eiffel
tower for broadcasting, pnrijjoacs
brought much joy to tfier- cdntfaratft
and 5nglandt but not.to the French
department of c*wmttnfeatl*n# wiMs
controls' the wire systems- ttiere. In
Parte alone- it is reported that more
than 20O teiephene recetfers at* *^tft-
ed" esery day and never wtwrnedi
.3BB radio Um re btemed.
$%]^$^10
4
When Billie starto
ni W6&0& fb*^ w*at
the children. nevc
grow UTV7~r, '-_:-,
In photogUaphinK
the cliiltM^ we*:
tike ij^iciflar^
pain? fiir':Ifestilts'
particularly pleaa-
Oil 4M t^,j|
.r.iFr^x
$-
:.M
WEDNESDAY EVENIHQ, MQV.
ii hat Attiioiittptetci its true w^rth
oyer tefig period ji year*.
He has ^old it to tfcduaanda of satisfied custom*
ei* ^i^.Kfii-seen theto regain t|ie^ no?wc^I
bcttJA and bBs4kby its use.
feuenl toauc nle^knie it has no quaK
pvw4,^,CWabcttlofTaiJiichav
^rntlartee to kirn aid to yoa *f k un#
fctjm medicine in the world
mJmfiOmmmdmUmmm^mimm,.,,,, ,n i.,i 11/111 lT I I 1 1
mmmmimm
in fh^A^^ Choice loca-
tioii. Terms $m&haM iiashj tel^e gne ye^r.
'.'BW
Tiifi ^boto|pra^*r in ybtar town
-=fe
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mm
lots 15,16, |7, Bl65 16
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Moose IiU SSos^ Hall Mb^Kp Moose Hall
Officersj Cfcaittneii and Committees
Ottiei- OrgnnilatiOfi*
d^ ST6oife Hall for yotfr lirgre meetings of all
kinds
_. anally well lighted.
1/ 1 It^ ventilated by motor fans
"'"lids fldW forid^i
it ^ii^en!^
kted over tne
For rates and open dates, consult, as far in advance, as possible
the MHt ClolF Stewards John Majtlnhd, at the Moose Club.
Phone 6&.
MapBeHaH-Moose Hall Moose Hall Moose Hall
READ THE PIONEER WANT ADS
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