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&s PW**,*' PAGE SIX THE Twentieth Century L.*^kT. .._, It really appears to be a year when so many of the politicians are told exactly where to get off at Told The Vote May Too True ''Have you seen Smith lately?" asked one motorist of another "No replied th esecond motorist "hut I'll run acro ss him sooner or later."London Opinion. He Even Admits It Comforter My face is my fortune, sir," she said. studied th at self-same face, And thus did say, as he turn ed away: "Well, poverty 's no disgrace." London Tid-ibits Then What Did She Say One O The Other "Yi s, sor, wurk, is scarce, but Oi got a jofo last Sunday that brought me a quid." "What, Pat? You broke the Sab- bath?" "Well, sor, it was me or the Sab ba th Wan of us had to be broke," Chicago Journal. Pat Took His Pick. Another Good Thing Health Hint: Another good thing about telling the truth is that you don't have to remember what you say. Aint It A Fact Might Get Well Did you ever notice that doctors always come in a hurry when sum moned. They apparently know that if they delay the patients might not need hem. On With The Dance HIGH RUNS FOR THE WEEK The high runs at the Recreation Billiard Parlor for last week were as follows: Lloyd Boe, 18, straight pock et billiards, Harold Kittleson, 20, Lloyd Boe 20 snooker, Prather 18, and B. W Walters, 18. Ottawa, OntarioEvery man in Canada who wants to work can get it, according to managers of labor bureaus who are advertising for men. Should Use' I a different from others because mate care is taken in the making and the materials used are of higher grade. Black Silk Stove Polish Makes a brilliant, silky polish that does not rub off or dust ofi, and the shinelasts fo times as long: as ordinary stove gy oilsh. Used on sample stoves and sold hardware ami grocery dealers. A]l waaakisatrial. Unit on yoorcook rtova, your parlor stove or lour gas reuse. It ytta don't find it the bast atov* poHih.Jfoo ver nsedt yoor dealer is authorized to refund foot money. Inalst on Black-Silk Store POIMO. MadalnliojiidorBastS on* quality. Black Silk Stove Polish Works Sterling, Illinois MMfcSlHi Air-Dryfna- jran gaaaul on r,*-pipcsProvants orpins*. It ruatlmr, tal Polish for iilTer. nickel for DMOO feototaobDes. A Shine in Every Drop" HooseHaU MooseHall MooseHall Moose Reduced Rental The economical hall for \our Inrso meet'nssexoeptionalK wp'.l 1 htcil ami vont.l.ited siilemliil il.inc'inir flunrcon venient Kitchencentral loca tion Ask for reduced rates and ojjen il ltps of thp 1foosf flub st*fk irfl. John Matland, Moose riu h. Phone C2 *51S*** LIMITED She'll Get It The other day we just happened to overhear a young lady telling her friend just what kind of a husband she wanted. "When I get married I want some solitude. I don't want my husband hanging around all the time," she remarked. Our advice is that she marry a golf bug- Solitude's The Word The Off Year A coming politician wants to know what is. meant by the term, 'off year' made reference to so often in press dispatches telling of the recent elect ion. a si HoossKaU MooseHall MooseHall Moose -r'-Zj^kii. ..*i i 'WEST O CHICAGO" A THE GRAND THEATRE THURSDAY Coming to the Gjapdj theatre. *|or flvo days starting Th\ftsdYy, re i neW ox picture, starring Charles Jones. ft is called "West of Chicago" Sup porting Jones is the vivacious, win gome Renee Adoree wnosefc acting Fox productions of late has been the subject of a great deal of very %omplimentary comment' According to advance notices, this photoplay is filled wi th thrills The action takes place near the Mexican border. In previous photoplay s, Charles Jones' acting has been particularly noteworthy. If all the other ele ments required to make a good mo tion picture are on a par with the work of this star, a night of real n tertainment is assured theatre-goers. "WITHOUT FEAR" A THE GRAND THEATRE TONIGHT Is America truly democratic? How many generations must have passed before the family of a newly-made millionaire can get inside the bar riers society arbitrarily erects? Is money any open sesame to "select" circles?. Is a man who becomes wealthy over night entitled to enter the best clubs? What is the social standing of man who becomes wealthy suddenly compared to th at of a man who works not but "lives on an inheritance handed down for generations? These are some of the many ques tions brought to mind by the new William Fox pictu re "Without Fear" staring Pearl White, which will open at the Grand theatre tonight. What is the standing of a girl who defies the "rules" of society and goes over to a wealthy but democrat ic suitor not in the "best society?" This is another question in "Without Fear" "GRAND LARCENCY" A ELKO TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY "Grand Larcency," a Goldwyn pic ture, is the new offering coming to the Elko theater tonight and Wed nesday. It is a story of two men and a woman, by Albert Payson Terhune, in which one of the men commits what the other calls an act of grand larcen cy in stealing the affections of the other's wife. A novel twist to this type of society story is intro duced by the attitude of the woman, who is the innocent victim of what is apparently a chain of evil looking circumstances. The story, which was written by Albert Payson Terhune is beautifully presented by an excelle nt cast, in- MIDDLE WEST MARINE PARLEY OPENS MONDAY Washington, Nov. 21The Department of Commerce will be le pre^ented at the Middle West Mer chant Marine and Foreign Trade Conferen ce to be held at the Hotel Pfister, Milwaukee, Wis., November 27 and 28 next- E S- Greigg, Chief of the Division of Transportation, will be one of the speakers. E Plumme r, Commissioner of the S. Shipping Board, will *be another. Matthew Hale, of Greensville, S. .NJ eluding iCIalrc Windsor, one of the latest "finds", Elliott Dexter, Rich ard Tucker, Tom Gallery, Roy At ^ell and jilri Cosstfrc "Choose Your Weapons,* a two part Educational comedy, completes the program. 4' "BRAWN THE HWRTH" A GRAND THEATRE SATURDAY fHl&nfi&eart, the wwjderful police dofe wno sprang iifto stfcft fHfbminence as a motion pictu re star in "The Silent Cal l" has made another mo tion pictu re which is coming to the Grand theat re for an engagement of wo days beginning next Saturday. It is a Lawrence Trimble-Jane Mur fin production entitled, "Brawn of the North," a First National attrac tion. The story is most unusual from the standpoi nt of thrilling action and of tense emotional scenes- It is a story of a dog's faithfulness and loyalty to his mistress, a loyalty th at sur mounts all natural instincts. "CHOOSE YOUR WEAPONS" FOR LAUGHING PURPOSES Nationally advertised 'in leading magazines as "The Spice of the Pro- gram," Educational comedies are be coming km|wn as real fun producers "Choo|ifyour Weapons," tHe lat est Educational two-part fun maker is on the program tonight and tomor row at the Elko theatre- MAN'S ANSWER O "THE SHEIK" A man's answer to Edith M. Hull's "The Sheik". Such a line is inspir ed by the Paiamount picturization of Arthur Weigall's novel, "Burn ing Sands" whi ch will he on view at the Elko theatre next Sunday and Monday. This is a powerful story of an English girl who sepks the man she loves and makes him love her. A in the case of "The Sheik" the one who sought love triumphed. Wanda Hawley is the girl and Milton Sills the man, and there is a power ful supporting cast- "DESERT GOLD" A THE ELKO THEATRE O N THURSDAY ONLY "Desert Gold," Zane Grey's popu lar romance which i& now being pub lished in the Pioneer in serial form, will be given a return showing at the Elko theatre Thursday onl y. Those who are reading the story in the Pioneer are expected to turn out for this picture as we ll as othe rs who fail ed to ee it when it was shown here before. This is an ex ceptional ly strong story and an ex ceptional ly strong picture, strong enough to warrant reading and see ing on the screen as well and Washington, President of the South Atlantic States Asociation, will also address the gathering- The Conference is under the "joint auspices of the Middle West Mer chant Marine Committee and the Milwaukee Association of Commerce. Leading commercial organizations in 16 of the middle western states com prising the upper ha lf of the Missis sippi Valley ha ve sent their accept ances. States they represent inclu de West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Mnnesota, and North and South Dakota, Mssouri, Kentucky, Iowa, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Tennessee. NEW SLEDS SPLENDID VALUES STEEL FLEXIBLERUNNERS, HARD WOOD VARNISHED TOPS OUR PRICES $1.1 5 $1.45 $175 $1.98 ANP COASTtR BOB SLEDS $2.9$ "^'#98 SKIS $1.35, $1.75, $1.98, $2.98 BABY CUTTERS $6.95' $8.95, $10.95 CARLSON THE RELIABLE VARIETY STORE S3- I "Of Course vJl, THE BEMKMI DAILY PIOWEER CATHOLIC WOMEN MEET TO TALK IMMIGRATION (By United Press) Washington, Nov. 21The Nation at Council of Catholic Women in .ses sion today lor .a tour-day nieeting will devofe njuch df its time to a dis cussion ofrtmmigration problems. Conimis^oner Jmrnlgratidn^ETusband is ,down ixor the principal address &ruce &. Mooter, chairman, will tell" what fhe Nation al Catholic Wel fare Bureau is doi ng at the^pojts-pf New York/ Philadelphia an Seattle Other fepejikers will talk on wefcare wojk among immigrants at EHHs-Is land and jfollow up work in big'? in dustrial cities. Joseph I. Breen, who has just re turned from Europe where he spent a year making a thorough study of immigration problems, will make a report, recommending legislation for the council to support. Anorther International report will be made by Miss Mary C. Tinney of the New York Qity department of public wel fare who represented the Catholic Women's council at four internation al conferences in Europe. Other subjects to be discuss ed at the convention are Women in Indus try social legislation and the place of women in the professions. URBAN UNIVERSITIES TO HOLD MEETING THURSDAY (Continued From Pace 11 lege point of view," Director A Bus se e, Hunter college, City of New York: "Classification of students," Assistant Dean Charles S.JJlarch, Northwestern University, Evanston, 111. "The control of admissions, courses, degrees and certificated _,for evening work," John C. Egbert "Organization of English urban uni versities," Charles F. Thwing, emer itus president of Western Reserve University. A round table discussion of ad ministration o evening' schools will be lead by Dean W G. Leufcner, Western Reserve University. The program for the session in clud es a first meeting at 2:30 m. Thursday, dinner at 6 m. and at 9 p. a recepti on by President and Mrs. Lotus D. Coffman in Shevlin Hall, Universi ty campus. The round table conference will begin at 1 0 a m. Frida y, luncheon will be served at 12:30 m., at^&:30 m., the dele gates wi'l be take?/on ah automobile tour. Dinner will be served at the Minneapolis Athletic club at 7:30 p. m. Saturday's program calls for a general meeting at 9:30 a- and luncheon at noon, following whi ch many of the delegates will attend the Minnesota-Michigan football game on Northrop Field- SALT IS EFFECTIVE IN KILLING BARBERRY BUSH (Continu ed from page 1 mended the use of salt ibecause it was easier and more cheaply dbtained. about five pounds of salt are re quired for an average bush- Sa lt should not be applied to lawns, etc., as there is dang er of soil steriliza tion for a time. The conference was attended iby 1 50 notable leaders in the agricul tural field from thirteen states in which grain is grown. Resolutions unanimously adopted urged continua tion of the campaign and asked con gress and state legislatures to aid in the movement with appropriation s. A first showing^f new motion pic tures, prepared by the conference, gave reproductions of actual micro scopic views proving conclusively that the common barbery tush is neces sary to enable the rust seeds to live through the winter. PREBYTERIAN MEN SERVE TURKEY SUPPER TOMORROW The' annual turkey supper served by the men of the Presbyterian church will be given Wednesday ev ening from 5 to 8 o'clock- A ex cellent menu has been arranged and there is every indication that this annual feature will be exceptionally well attended. The public in gener ,al is invited. KILL THAT COLD take a hot cupful of BULGARIAN BLOOD TEA Increase the circulation, flush the bowel s, stimulate the liver, help to ward off flu, grippe and pneumo nia. Sold by druggists everywhere. REAL CLEAKSIHIC CqUIPMENT mS [Proper Mecha'nrcaf Equipment ^jplus ex- perienced' skill in- $ure A-l *DYy "Clean- ing Service, W9 fetv*- TUBERCULOSIS DEATH RATE SHOWS BIG DROP I connection wi th the opening of the fifteenth annual sale of Christmas seals, which starts Nov ember 22, offic ials k"th Minn esofa i li Health asso*iat|p calls attention to the enormous urop,in the death rate from tuberculosis, Had the death rate of ten fears ago continued, 972 people who '-are\now living would ha ve died this year from tubercu losis. "v .The statement follows. The death rate in 1921 from tuberculosis was lowei th an it has ever been in the histoiy of the state In 1911, 119 people out of every 100.000 in the state died of this disease. In 1921 77 people out of every 100,000 people died of tuberculosis- A compared wi th 1911, ten years ago, Minnesota is saving 972 lives a year. In 1920, 90 people out of every 100,000 and in 1921, 7 7 people out every 100,000 died, a saving in 1921 as compared with 1920 of 276 lives. BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS AND HELP THE FIGHT AGAiNST TU- BERCULOSIS AND OTHER DIS EASES. HARRY CARTER CONVICTED OF MURDER A|? STANLEY (By United Press) Williston, N D-, Nov. 25Harry Carter, transient, was found guilty late last night by a jury in William son county of Second degree mur der in connecti on with the shooting of Night Watchman Madison of Stan ley, N D., last August. was sen tenced to 2 0 years in the peniten tiary. It was charged th at Carter killed Madison when he resisted or ders from the latter and in a scuffle following secured the officer's revol ver. CHILDREN^ UNDER 12 YEARS O LEAVE LIBRARY A SIX The Library Board requests that children under the "ge of 12 ^eaio do not linger in the ro". Imsc IOO-IIS of the library after six o'clock. There are not enough seats to accompany al' and the room is needed by i.he ol3er children who come to the library to study. COPPER ORE DEPOSITS SUBSCRIBE FOR THE PIONEER DEER HUNTING SEASON CLOSED MONDAY NIGHT The 1922 big game hunting season came to a close Monday night and indications are that the majority of the hunting parties were successful although a few hunters returned with out securing either a deer or a moose S far as is known here, very few moose were taken this year although in most parts the deer were fairly plentiful. The, number of big game licenses issued here this year was considerably below the number is- 1 HASTEN CLAIM FILING (By United Preas) Winnipeg, Man.,, Nov. 21As a result of discoveries of what appea rs to be profitable copper ore deposits in the Bird Lake area, 7 0 miles nort h oast *f here, there has been feveri sh activi ty in filing claims. Tl\ey All Like Our Stationery ij/^ y^LWAYS cheerfully received-and ever ^yj- welcome-is our quality Stationery at Holiday time. For who is there who cannot make use of such a fine gift? Particularly this season our presentation is impressive and artistic, carrying with it the true sentiment of Yuletide. Paper of style, individuality and superior quality is to be found liere. Absolutely correct, elegant and fashion- ablewhether you want the plain, initialed or mon- ogrammed Sationery. Christmas cards here, too, in a notable Selection BOOKS* ,\h tf, i BEWDJI W OK & STATIONFRY COMPANY 403 Beltrami BEMIDJ1 Phone 799-J TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 21, 1922 The 2000 Mile PanoramaWF on your way to PANSIES THRIVE WELL I N NORTH SECTION THIS FALL August Jarchow, a farmer living about five miles southeast of rSemid ji, proudly exhibited a bunch of pan sies in the city Saturday, the pan sies having been grown on his farm and thrvii ng nicely despite the late ness of the season. stated that he had hundreds of pansies in bloom, this fact bein$ considered very n usual for Northern Minnesota dur ing the latter part of November. Majestic mountains the Overland Trail Cheyenne where the old west still lives colorful Weber and Nevada Canyons Salt & Lake City with its Mormon Tabernacle and marvelous organ Great Salt Lake the orange groves. You see them all, and only via this route. Daily Through Service the year 'round via the LOS ANGELES LIMITED, the fastest train to Southern California. All Pullman. nmn"mmm' a Union Through sleeper leaves Minneapolis via Northwestern Line at 6:15 p. St. Paul 6:55 p. m. and goes on the LOS ANGELES LIMITED at Omaha next morning. The CONTINENTAL LIMITED is another good train leaving Omaha 1 20 a. m. (sleepers ready 10:00 p. m.) Connects with morning train from Twin Ciues. W1UTE Yon can spend the winter very economically in FOR FEES Southern California. June all winter, no coal BOOKLETS heeded apartments and rooms at rentals as low Webttt Canyon home. Let us send you free illustrate* booklets and hotel, apartment and bungalow lists. Vat tafonnatioB, ask your Local Ticket Agent, or *w-"*'4 BL B. Hawley, Genl Agent, U. P. System, it Metropolitan Life Bldg., xss St.<p>PacificsMinneapoli,dThir.S *V, MAGAZINES -^fpp&M3 4 -ri! 4 *a 44-C i'* N f ,*)&&>'