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Mr. Dan" Winehrenner was in the
city on buiines yesterday.
Mrs. S. W. Scott was in the city
shopping and calling on friends
Mrs. Q. B. Battles returned last
evening from Farris, where she spent
the day visiting.
Go to Hakkerup for 'photos.Adv.
G. M. Torrance went to Island. Lake
this morning on business. He expects
to return this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Christiansen of
Hawkins, Wis., arrived in Bemidji
last evening and are spending the
Mrs. Paul Winklesky and Mrs.
Alexander Ures entertained the mem
bers of the Catholic band Tuesday
You can send money to any part
of the old country with perfect safe
ty through the service of the North
ern National Bank.Adv.
Harvey Grimmer, Democratic
candidate for secretary of state, came
to Bemidji from St. Cloud last even
ing and is campaigning today.
H. A. Plate, formerly with the
Tropman store, left last evening for
Maiden Rock, Wisconsin, where he
will open up a dry gods store.
J. P. Kinney and H. D. Shipe, both
of Washington* D. C., have been on
the reservation for several days and
came back with Congressman Steen
Mrs. George Foote who left Turtle
River some time ago to make her
home in Nelson, B. C. has left Nelson
and will live with her mother in
Reed Point, Montana.
Arthur O'Leary, who was taken
sick a few days ago with apendicitis
was operated upon yesterday at .the
St. Anthony's hospital and is reported
to be doing nicely after the opera
The Misses Lillian and Bess Coch
ran are expected home from Minne
apolis Thursday morning for a week
end visit, They are coming to see
relatives who are guests at the Coch
Ike Black of Duluth, is in Bemidji
visiting friends for a few days. Mrs.
Black may comedo Bemidji the latter
part of the week.. Mr. and Mrs.
Black were Bemidji residents until
about one year ago.
The Young People's society of the
Swedish Lutheran church will meet*
in the church Thursday evening at
Huatoat Numbers b]f EDWARD LASKA
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8 o'clock. Mrs. Qetorge Bergland and
Mrs. fdhn L. Brown will serve lunch:
All are welcome a atend. -_$*.
Mjlss Beatrice Eddy' will give' a
demonstration lecture on '"The Can
ning of Food and Making of Jelly'"
in the cooking class room of the high
school at 3:30 Thursday. All Be
midji housewives are invited.
R. C.- Hanaford of Clear Lake,
Iowa, came down from Whiteflsh
Junction yesterday morning and left
for his home in Iowa.- Mr. Hanaford
has some land in the lown of Nebish
and was here to look after his potato
Dressmaking done at 418 Irvine
Congressman Halvor Steenerson
came to Bemidji yesterday from the
Red Lake Indian Reservation. He
had been on the reservation over a
week looking into local conditions.
Mr. Steenerson went to Crookston on
the afternon train.
Mrs. J. C. Parker entertained a
few friends last evening, In honor of
Mrs. T. H. Cochran of Portland, Ore
gon, who has been visiting in the city
for some time. The evening was
spent in playing "500', after .which a
dainty lunch was served.
The normal school students had a
picnic on Diamond Point yesterday
afternoon, about twenty students and
teachers taking a basket lunch. The
students were accompanied by the
Misses Hill, Loe, Bddy Wager, Mur
ray, Mosford and Stanton.
Mme. Darrell, manicurist, will be
at the Brinkman hotel, to give treat
ments for wrinkles, blackheads and
blemishes of all kinds.Adv.
Mr. H. E. Chase of Minneapolis
gave a talk Sunday evening before
the Christian Endeavor of the Pres
byterian church. The topic was on,
"Development of Life," and was very
interesting and helpful. He will
speak today before the high school.
Mrs. Stenseth of Thief River Falls,
who has been the guest of her daugh
ter. Mrs. Liner Skrivseth this sum
mer, expects to leave for her home
this week. Her /laughter, Alvilda,
arrived a few days ago from Thief
Raver Falls and will attend school
here this winter.
Mrs. Omar Gravelle of Red Lake
and Mrs. Moore left Bemidji yester
day for Oklahoma. Mrs. Moore spent
the summer with Mrs. Gravelle and
Mrs. Graville will spend the winter
in New Mexico. Mr. Gravelle re
turned to Red Lake today after see
ing his wife off.
J. R. Melville and son Clifford of
Montreal, Canada, who have been
guests at the Robert Mitchell home
for some time, left this morning for
-Banning, Canada, where they will
spend a couple of weeks with Mr.
Robert Mitchell at his camp. They
will go back to Montreal by the way
of Port Arthur.
Deputy Public Examiner Horrigan
of St. Paul, spent last evening in Be-
Give Me a Good Cigar
THE BOYS O Co. B"
Bp RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG
l.'When I get in to trouble, when this world seems full of care, and I'm feel-ing aw ly bine,.
2. Some peo-ple say that married life is trou-ble all the time, bills come in with ev 'ry mail,.
ev-'ry-thing'sa-gainstme and the fn tare looks so black, that I don't know what to do,.,
walk the floor at midnight with a yell-ing lit-tie brat, is.. but one mere de tail,.
all my good friends leave me, bat they never leave me mnch, and I see my. hard lock star Then there's
wife has got a moth-er who would turn you upsidedown, 'till you don't know who you are? [But should
hut one thing I know That will make those troubles go, I..... take a match and light a good ci gar
my wife's mother call, I would not mind that at all, for I'd take a match and light a good ci gar
of St. Paul, who have been the guests
of Mrs: M. E. Smith since Saturday
returned to their home this, morning.
Mrs. Kash is Mrs. Smith's sister. Mr.
Kash is thinking of investing in
Northern Minnesota lands, and visit
ed several of the towns around here.
He was very favorably impressed
with both Crookston and Bemidji,
but as yet has made no investment.
Larry Morier arrived in Bemidji
from Chicago this morning and ex
pects to make his headquarters here
for some time. Mr. Morier is with
the Naugle Pole and Tie company
and was sent here to replace Joseph
Naugle who is ill at his home. Mr.
Morier lived in Bemidji for some
time but about one year ago was sent
from here to the Wisconsin woods to
inspect poles and posts for the com
Eleven young ladies of Bemidji
have banded together for a sewing
club with the idea of keeping busy
this winter. The club held its first
meeting with the Misses Beatrice and
Vera Backus last week and will meet
with Mrs. A. E. Nelson at Grand
Forks Bay tomorrow. The members
are the Mesdames A. E. Nelson. J. A.
Younggren, George Noll, George T.
Baker, Thayer Bailey, Marc Adams
and James P. Hennessey and the
Misses Ruth Naugle, Ruth Wight
man, Beatrice and Vera Backus.
M. A. Bratteland of Ada, Minne
sota, candidate for Congressman on
the Public Ownership ticket, was in
the city yesterday and spoke at the
Socialist meeting in the courthouse.
He will speak in Kelliher Thursday.
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STARTLING STUPENDOUS STORY
Tho Sonmmtlon of PmrH, London and" Other World
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This Wonderful Production
500 People SO Big Scenes
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A STORY WITH A MORAL
midji. Mr. Horrigan has been ex
amining the books of a school district
near Walker and came up to have a
look at the city. He said it surprised
him to see such a progressive town
in this part of the country. The
paved streets added much to the ap
pearance of the city, he said.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kash and children
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The following out of town people
Were also present at the meeting: J.
Ff Hayes, town of liberty James
Sturtivant, Tenstriker G. W. Conway
Blackduck W. S. Rldgeway, Ny
more John Sparks, ^Nymore, A. S.
Syness, Cleafbrook Vtggo Peterson,
Puposky William Nickel, Wilton
and Phil Becker, Turtle Lake.
An Ideal Sunday 'Newspaper.
Recent issues of The Sunday Re
cord-Herald remind one that- Chicago
may fairly lay claim to producing
the best newspapers, in the world,
not excepting those tof New York.
The Sunday Record-Herald, in for
eign news alone/tjas*is own special
cable service in addition to those of
the New York Herald, World, Journ
al of Commerce and Associated Press.
This is a fair example of the com
pleteness of the paper in every de
Aside from the regular news fea
tures, there is something dn The Sun
day Record-Herald for&every member
of the family. The sporting pages,
both daily and Sunday, give the lat
est authentic news in every line of
sport. The woman's section is filled
with illustrated articles on the new
est wrinkles in fashion and domestic
science. "The People's Institute of
Domestic Economy," filling a whole
page every Sunday, Is the newest
and best household department in any
paper. Dame Curtsey's "Novelties in
Entertainment"-is a valued feature.
The dramatic and musical pages,
written by James O'Donnell Bennetit
and Felix Borowski, are admittedly
without their equal iUr the West. The
array of splendid special articles by
skilled writers, finely^lustrated, also
[s topical of thaSighapt^arir ojual^y
of The Record-Herald^ Im the way of
humor there is the?fcomic colored
suplement for childreii, besides S. E.
Riser's delightful "Alternating Cur
rents" for everybody.
But the thing that lifts The Sun-
day Record-Herald most emphatically
above all its rivals is its magazine
sectiona real magazine, full of
stories and articles by the most fa
mous writers of our day, illustrated
by celebrated artists. Its recent $10,-
000 prize contest has attracted to its
pages the work of the best short story
wriers in our language. No wonder
The Record-Herald is regarded as the
ideal Sunday newspaper:Adv.
Recruits for French Army.
Recruits by conscription to the
French army are now on the increase.
The normal number for last October
would have been about 202,000. It
proved to be 224,000 men, and th#
authorities are highly pleased.
Adapted From the Classics
An Hour of Memorable En
tertainment Love, Ro
mance, Comedy and Ad
First Show Starts at 7:30
AdmissionilMults 10c, Children 5c
Prize Valentine Collection.
A collection of 4.50.000 valentines
made by an Islington (England) sta
tioner named King has been offered by
him to the British museum. Some of
the valentines are elaborate, compris
ing 750 parts, with prices at $50 and
higher. All these valentines were print
ed prior to the beginning of the pre*
Stimulus for Inventors.
^Nearly a thousand, patents have
been issued in the United States foi
devices to do away with the expensive
and short-lived rubber-tired wheel foj
automobiles and other vehicles. The
inventors are still at work, and with
the stimulus of the increasing price o'
rubber they may yet succeed.
TEACHER OF FttNfl
1002 Bemidji Avenue
MISS SOPHIA MONSEN
TEACHER OF PIANO AND HARUOMY
Studio at 921 Beltrami Avenua
ALDEN M. EEMFREY
Ttolin, Fiano mad Band
Leader Bemidji Band Phone 6tf
OEAHAM M. TOBfiAVCE
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ATTORNEY AT LAW r-"?.
Office- second floor O'Leary-BowMT Bids.
OR. ROWLAND OHM0RS
PHYSICIAN AND 8UROBON
OR. A. SHANNON, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND 8UBOBON
Office In May* Block
Phone Wtm. 'Pfceae 4*1
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PHYSICIAN AND SUBOBON
JR. A. E. HENDERSON
PHYSICIAN AND STJROBON
-ver Pint National Bank, Be^Kljl. Mbu
Office 'Pbone M. Realdenee T"
JR. H. SMITH
INR W. JOHNSON
PHYSICIAN AND SUSOBON
Office in Winter Bloek
PHYSICIAN AND SUROIDON
Office in Mayo Block
"bone 18 Residence Fto til
PHYSICIAN AND SURQBON
Office over Secnrtlr Bank
O 0. L. STANTON
Office In Winter Block
OR. J. T. TU0MY 4
vet National Bank Bide. Tele. tit
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in Work by ApolntBMtt Only
NEW PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Open daily, except Sunday. 1 to p.
m... 7to $ p. m. Sunday, readina reoin*
only, I to p- nv
DRAY AND TRANSFER
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Office 'Pkone- It
-i COUNTY CORONER
405 Beltrami Are. Bemidji, Miaa.
\~4 BUBOPBAN PLAN
XI Ouluth'e Laiteet and Beet Hotel
More than tl00.000.00 recently expended
onimprorementa. 160 roonu. lft nitrate
baths. 00 sample roonu. Every modern
eonrenlence: Loxurloui and deliflttfal
restaurants and bullet, Flemish ffosan.
Palm Boom. Men's Cmll. Colonial Bufet
Mamlncent lobby and public roe
Ballroom, banquet rooms and nitrate
atadna* xooms: Ban parlor and-obsecva
tory. Located In heart of business sec
tion but orerlooklM the harborand Lake
in if tttlratrieiwt if Af Utom*