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fc W I v* *i'f. FRIDAY EVENING. NOV. 10, 1922 James Dawson of Lake Hattie was a business visitor in? Bemidji Thurs day. Frank Gavalosky of Becida was a business visitor in Bemidji Wed^ nesday. Andy Smith of Spur was a* between train business visitor in Bemidji Thursday. Buy a pound of Candy at the Candy Kitchen, Friday or Saturday pay one cent more and) get two pounds. 3t 11 11 Oley HJaugensen of Wilton was a Jbetween train business visitor in Be midji Thursday. Rev. T. B. Nordale will go to Swenson Lake Sunday to conduct services there in the afternoon. Mrs. Dan Winebenner of Lake Plantaganet motored to Bemidji Thursday and called on friends. One cent sale at Candy Kitchen Friday and Saturday. 3t 11 11 Miss Alice Willets of Grant Val lv is staying at the home of Mr. and SUlrs. Edward Jewett while they are at Rochester. Mrs. Herbert Wood' of Interna tional Fall who visited friends in Bemidji for a few days left Tues day morning for Brainerd. Mrs. J. L. Higgins of Nebish vis ited friends in Bemidji Wednesday en route to Minneapolis to visit her daughter, Mrs. H. A. Norstrum Mrs. Frank Barnum, Irvine avenue has had as her guest for a few days Mrs. T. Stout of Nevis who left for Kelliher to visit her son before re turning to her home. The Sunday evening Services at the Methodist-church are proving very attractive."Leo Tolssoy's great novel "Resurrection" will be the subject Sunday evening. It 10 10 Get a Items for this column will be gladly received by Mi*. Harr ey, telephone 114 Readers owe it to their guests and to themselves to see that items of local interest are reported. Every item wlil be given proper consideration when the source is known.' ij Mr. Steel of Turtle River was business visitor in Bemidji Thurs day, FOR RENTTwo modern furnished rooms, 621 Bemidji ave. 4t 11 13 pound of candy for one cent at the Candy Kitchen, Friday and Saturday. 3t 11 11 Mrs. S. Johnson is convalescing from her recent illness at her home, corner of Fourteenth and Beltrami avenue. Her daughter, Miss Cora has also been ill for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jewett, 1110 Park avenue, left by train Tuesday evening for Rochester, where they will consult specialists in regard to Mrs. Jewett's health. They expect to be gone two weeks. Mrs. Jennie Van Arnam, expected to leave Galva, Illinois Tuesday morning and after a short stay in Minneapolis will return to her home in Bemidji. She has been with rel atives and friends for several jmonths at Chicago. Mrs. Dan Linahan received al mes sage yesterday telling of the death of her father, Carl Sulness at his home at Hendrum, Minn., and Mrs. Lina han left yesterday afternoon for there to attend the funeral. She will return to Bemidji the first of (the week. L. V. Harpel and J. G. Hoglin of Fernhill were business visitors in Bemidji Wednesday. They were acv companied by Carl Anderson of Lake Alice. Mr. Harpel returned to Fern hill with a carload of merchandise on his motor truck and Mr. Hoglin made the trip with the car he pur chased here that day. BETHEL LUTHERAN The usual Sunday services will be held at the Bethel Lutheran church Sunday. Sunday schpol*t 9:45. Swedish serfc^ek at^ll a. m. i i English ser^tetf qfy^y- m." All are cordially invited to at tend. T. B. Nordale. pastor. I "?i tfrfyimmffHH^aiWirf,s- ew Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Weber have moved from their home at Lamoure to Bemidji for the winter months. Rev. Moore of Cass Lake was en, route to his home from Backus where* he attended the ordination meeting last night. F. R. Marrs autoed to 12 miles north of Blackduck Thursday morn ing where he has the contract for building a new barn. I can furnish a car load of heavy horses for logging very reasonable write or wire Box 1, McCanna, N. D. It 11 10 Dr. H. A. Northrup, B. W. Aldrich Francis Wood and Roy Miner left yesterday by auto for tall timber to hunt deer for a few days. A daughter was born this morn ing to Mr. and Mrs^ Frank O. Clark Mississippi avenue Mother and baby a re reported to be doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Larson mo tored yesterday to the Kelliher Crookston lumber camp and will hunt for a week in that vicinity. ii i ii Mrs. McPherson has moved her hemstitching parlors from 214 Fourth street to 321 Third street where she will be pleased to meet all of her old as well as new customers. 2t 11 10 Mrs. Jos. Moore left this morning for her home at Catawba, Wis., af ter visiting her sister, Mrs. George Posz and family, 1205 Irvine avenue for several days. Mrs. T., W. Edens and sons, Don ald and Duane who have made their home for sometime at 402 Irvine avenue, moved last Friday to rooms at 404 Minnesota avenue. The Sunday evening Services at the Methodist church are proving very attractive. Leo Tolssoy's great novel "Resurrection" will be the subject Sunday evening. It 10 10 Bart Stafford left Bemidji yester day for Deer River and from there will leave with his brother In law G. A. Mosier, for the north to hunt big game *for several days. Miss Bess Knox who is teaching in the consolidated school at Carr Lake, was called to her home in Be midji Thursday morning by the death of her father M. W., Knox. LOStBoston Bull dog, 7 months old. Color brown with white face and paws. Harness on. Finder please re turn to F. G. Troppman for reward. 11 7 tf Mrs. J. M. Barnett 1008 Mississip pi avenue is recovering from her ill ness by blood poisoning, the result of an injury to her wrist from a rus ty nail, and is able to be about the house. Mr. and Mrs. Max Manders had as their guests from Saturday until Tuesday, his brother and wife Mrt and Mrs. Ralph Manders of Long ville they returning to their home on Tuesday. Mrs. C. M. Serrurier will leave Bemidji this evening for Argyle to spend Armistice Day and the week end with her sister, Mrs. Maude Repka, teacher in the public schools there. She will return to Bemidji the first of the week. Mrs. Blaine Lambert and* Mrs. M. W. Deputy will leave tomorrow morning for Park Rapids to attend a District Woman's Foreign Mis sionary convention to be held there over Sunday. Mrs. Lambert will take part on the program, she giving a Review of the Year's Text Book. Mrs. H. A., Bridgeman and Mrs Fred Trimble and little son, Lowell returned on the early morning train today from BBackus where they w8 guests yesterday of Rev. J. E. Cad well and family. Impressive ordinft tson services were held,last even|r at Backus for Re#. (Wwell, Rev. C. Ford of Wadena '-preaching 1 sermon. Several miristers from o^er the district were resent. ^^^,ii II usin 'WALLY'S" NEWEST, SWIFTEST-MOVING PICTURE A gay romantic drama in which dashing Wally wins a revolution and* loses his heart. Packed with thrills and fun and warm with romance. Thrills, fights, bandits, romance, loveand sweeping through them all the power of "The Dictator." It shows Wallace Reid at his best. LET'S GO 5&-?* IM f'7" H. E. Rice, George S. Mills and Wilbur Mills left yesterday for the former's claim east of Blackduck vjhere they will camp and hunt for aoout a week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dickinson of Beuna Vista were shopping and calling on friend's in Bemidji Thurs day. They made the trip by auto and report, the, roads in bad condition. Miss Jessamine Long arrived in Bemidji last evening,from Henning Minnesota where she has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J, D. Lifquist for- several weeks while taking a coUTse in dressmaking, and she will leave this afternoon for her home at-Puposky. She was*the guest of her aunt Mrs. C. A. Knopke between trains. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the Bigelow Lamoreaux Co., an the Bemidji Manufacturing company and their employees, also ail other kind friends and neighbors for their substantial assistance in our late bereavement. Mrs. Sadie Boyer and Children. IN APPRECIATION We wish to thank all our friends and neighbors for the kindness and assistance given us during the death and funeTal of Emil and August Kisser. We especially thank Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Maloy, Mr. and Mrs- Gary Brennan the Loyal Order of Moose and the Modern Brotherhood of America, the Carpenters' Union, and all those who assisted at the services and those who gave floral tributes. Mrs. Julia Kisser and family. Mrs. Emil Kisser and family Society FIRST LUTHER LEAGUE TO MEET SUNDAY EVENING The Luther League of the First Lutheran church will hold its regu lar meeting Sunday evening, Novem ber 12th at the usual time. All are welcome. MRS. RICE SURPRISED Mrs. H. E. Rice, Twelfth and Doud was pleasantly surpiised by about twenty of her friends Wednesday af ternoon at her home in honor of her birth anniversary. Conversation was enjoyed throughout the afternoon and lunch was served by the self in vited guests. She received a number of pretty and useful birthday tkoens. BETHEL LUTHERAN MEN'S SOCIETY MEETS TONIGHT MOOSEHEART LEGION NAMES OFFICERS FOR NEW YEAR An interesting meeting largely at tended, was held Wednesday evening by the Women of the Mooseheart Legion in the Moose hall and the following officers were elected for the coming year: Senior regent, Mary Miller junior regent, Stella Aldrich chaplain, Eleanor Kiehl re corder," Alma Benson secretary, Emma Smart. ERICKSON-SUTHER 6 T*. HThe Men's Society of the Bethel injmien and workingwemen, who knew Lutheran church will hold its regu- neither the benefits of the eight-hour lar monthly meeting this evening zX 8 o'clock in the basement of the church and will be entertained at a social hour following the program by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fenske. A large attendance is desired. Miss Anna Suther and Carl J. Erickson, both of Hart Lake were united in marriage Wednesday at 2:30 at the Bethel Lutheran pars onage, Rev. T. B. Nordale officiat ing. They were attended by the brother and the sister of the bride Arthur and Mildred Suther. They re turned to Hart Lake and will make their home on a farm operated by the groom., POST-NUPTIAL SURPRISE A post-nuptial surprise was given Mrs. Dale Walker last evening by a number of the young ladies em ployed at the telephone office. They brought with them well-filled lunch baskets, and after spending a pleas ant social evening, a delicious lunch was served. Green and orange color scheme was used in decorating, a large boquet of crysanthemums be ing used at a table -center-piece. A gift of silverware was presented by the guests, among whom "were in cluded Misses Lizabelle Monccalm, Hazel Johnson, Florence and Phylis Sutliss, Helen Thurber, Agnes Park er, Martha Grimm, Bertha Titus, Delphine Beaudette, Mrs., Caroline Smith, Mrs. George Walker Jr. and Mrs. Dale Walker. dMUjiltSMBM THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER iiiiiiiiiiiimimimimiiiniiiiiiiimiimim Pretty Sewing Basket lUUIIitilllilllmiJiilliiiiiiiiilliltiiuulllllJ Work baskets of figured cretonne or silk may be made, In several sizes, of two circular pieces of the material. For the foundation of the basket a light, square cardboard box Is used, split at the corners, so that It can be flattened out. A pocket, gathered on pne edge, over an elastic band, and an oblong pin cushion, are sewed to one of the circular pieces. The two pieces are then pasted together with the flat tened box between them. Eyelet holes In the spaces between the sides of the cardboard foundation carry a small cord that holds the "basket in shape as shown In the picture. ATTAIN AGE OF PATRIARCHS Residents of Belgian Village Round Out Century of Life as a Matr ter of Course. That which Ponce de Leon vainly sought seems to exist at Horchies, In Halnaut, four miles from Mons, in the midst of the coal and metallurgic re gion of Belgium. It is a village of 3,000 inhabitants, where almost every body reaches the age of the patriarchs. They have just been celebrating, one after another, two diamond weddings (sixty, sometimes seventy-five, years of man-led life) five golden weddings (fifty years of married life), and the one hundred and first anniversary of a man, Francois Cojfjap But even this centenarian does not constitute a phe nomenon in this priv^eged community, for there was bom, li^the last year of the Eighteenth century, a Woman who saw the end of the NIneteve|fth century and died only at the, end of the, first lustrum nfi^ theHfwkitlerlT century. It Is noteworthy 4lfot the Methuse Iahs of Horchies are Ml forWr work day nor those of the anti-liquor laws. Will Horchles, under j&e new regime of the least effort ana of the utter most abstinence, remain the paradise of long life? In some fifteen or twenty lustrums we shall know if they ara right.Exchange. FIRELESS COOKERS NOT NEW Housewife of Prehistoric Bronze Age Applied the Principle in Her Primitive "Kitchen." The prehistoric bride in the early Bronze age could boil water without burning the wood-and-hide containers which her hunter husband furnished her. Miss Nina F. Lnynrd lias discov ered primitive cooking places at Buck enham Tofts park, Norfolk, England. Ancient kitchens, nOw being exca vated by her, are marked by thousands of flints cracked by fire. These rocks were apparently used as heaters for boiling water in vessels which would not stand the fire. They are found a foot or two beneath the sod and invarl. ably a few yards from a stream. Either a wooden trough or a stretched hide was in all probability the utensil used. This was filled with water and then the red-hot flints were shoveled in. In this way the water was soon brought to a boil. The bones and teeth of oxen and horses found be tween the heaters and the stream show where the cooking took place while with these flint heaters imple ments were found which fix the time as being in the early Bronze age. Church Vessels Stolen. Sacred vessels stolen from the Rus sian church In the line Darme, Paris, were of considerable commercial ns well as intrinsic \alue. The vessels were of silver and ornamented with precious stones. They were originally presented to* the church by members of the Russian imperial family. It is believed that the thieves, who broke open the cabinet in which the vessels were kept, had hidden themselves in the cellar of the church during the service. "WALLY REID in Richard Harding Davis* Famous Story "THE DICTATOR" Cast includes Lila Lee Theodore Kosloff J* Mrs. B. W. Aldrich, 1016 Minne sota avenue had as 6 o'clock dinner guests last evening Mrs^ W. B.' El welk and Mrs. Nellie Miner of Be cida. fRO.000 to loan on farms. Dew Land company. 1-18U Mrs. El^ie, Tesch and sojy Jackie left (,this I I I I morning for California whe're they, expect to spend the win ter. They "will, stop at Seattle for V,v'o weeks visit witji friends. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE PIONEER HE BUDDIE! Free Coffee and Doughnuts To Ex-Service Nen on Armistice Day NEW IDEAL CAFE 112 Third Street R. De CATER, Proprietor THE BIG SALE at the Army Store is in full swing. Here are a few specials that just arrived Regulation Navy Jerseys $2.98 Blue Navy C. P. O. Shirts 2.98 Plaid Wool Nap Blankets 3.49 Esmond Indian Blankets..' 4.98 Heavy roll collar, all-wool sweaters neck 4.98 Special issue Grey Army shirts. Look these over 2.45 Oliver Typewriter for sale, price. $16.50 Our store will close all day Armistice Day to do honor to those who defended our country. U.S.SURPLUS ARMY GOODS STORE 220 Third Street STORE OPEN TONIGHT ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii $*? NEW GAME REFUGE NEAR TOWN OF TWO HARBORS (Bv United Press) St. Paul, Nov. 10Establishment of a new game refuge on the north shore of Lake Superior will prove a big asset to the town of Two Har bors and vicinity, Carlos Avery, state game and fish commissioner said to day. The new game reserve will be fottfwfi ^s.fjjbe Castle-Danger refuge ia :fe loomed twa miles north of Two Harbors along the north shore. It extends eight miles along the shore trrd tree miles inland. I i i EDAY Shows at 2:30, 7:15-9:00 t*tf- JTOii PAGE FIVE IN MEMORY OF MYRON WESLEY^ NOX Wafted on wings immortal, Far from earth's mutable breath, His soul has glimpsed past the portal The radiant side of death. Would hearts ache with repining For loved one our coming waits, Could we see the glory shining Just beyond the rampart gates? Mariori Turner Searl. Bemidji, Nov. 9, 1$$ 3 7 GRAND SUN.-MON. MACK SENNETTS Latest Fun.Maker "BOW-WOW" With Louite Fazenda A dawg-gone good comedy! Mat. 230, 7:00-9:00 In appreciation of our boys who serv- our country in time of needThis store will be closed all day SATURDAY, NOV. 11 ARMISTICE DAY OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT ADDED ATTRACTION "THE STEEPLE CHASERS" Two-part "Educational Comedy" (The spice of the program) A fast and furious Riot of Laughter At the ELKO-Sunday Monday ORCHESTRA EVERY NIGHT IM Children 10c-30c All seats nights 30c Grand Orchestra DOORS OPEN 6:40 i lllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIllIIHIIIIIIUI^ Admission 10c & 30c XwtJI '*i -J AsS-fiX-1 5 5*- Ii.