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title: 'The Bemidji daily pioneer. (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, May 03, 1916, Page 3, Image 3',
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About The City
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Burns, Jr., were,
visitors in the city last evening from
Dr. C. R. Sanborn returned this
morning from the Twin Cities where
he has spent the past several days on
New white boots just arrived at
Anthony Christy, who has spent
the past few days in Bemidji on busi
ness, left this morning for his home
in Spooner, Wis.
Mrs. Philip Gill, who has been vis
iting with her parents in Minneap
olis, is expected to return to Bemidji
For seed potatoes see Geo. French.
Burbank and Early Ohio.Adv.
George Hahn spent Sunday visiting
as the guest of T. D. Johnson in Be
midji. He returned Monday to his
home at Deer River.
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Harding and
daughter, Miss Bertha, of Cass Lake
spent a few hours in Bemidji be
tween trains last evening.
Come to the Sunday school concert
at the Methodist church Friday night.
Admission 15c and 25c.Adv. 3d35
Mrs. A. L. Barker was hostess at
a meeting of the Entre Nous club
held this afternon at the Barker resi
dence on Beltrami avenue.
Mrs. James Cameron, who has vis
ited for the past several days at the
William Clish home, returned this
morning to her home at Walker.
Pumps for the dance? We just re
ceived a fine line. Troppman's.
George Walker and Dale Walker
COLLARspring Style,in two heights
ClUSTT reAfiPOYSrCO. INC.rtyKCfiS
White Nu-Buck White
NeolinSole, low rubber
heel, arrived this week.
The girls will like this
one for summer wear.
Ladies' Out Sizes
An elegant line of easy
and at the same time
dressy shoes for the
stoat lady, who wants
a shoe with just a lit
tle more room in it,and
at the same time one
xhat will look neat and
Large ankle, low or
medium heel. Have these
in All Kid, Kid with cloth
top, patent cloth top. Get
a pair and enjoy solid
left this morning for Ashton, Idaho,
where they will be the guests of rela
tives for the next two weeks.
**Miss Lilian mhorwhr^enlfy%s1
Ada? in 'Bemidji -visiting1
est of Miss ^Blla^Paffcerf returned
last* evening to her IrSme" at~1Pftie-
16-inch wood, dry jackpine, fl.75
per cord. Phone 21. Battles.Adv.
Ifriss Beth%cGrgoF, who has spent
the past winter visiting with rela
tives and friends at Knoxville, Tenn.,
returned last Saturday to her home
Mrs. M. Downs returned last eve
ning to Bemidji from Jamestown, N.
D., where she has been the guest of
her sister, Mrs. T. J. Hatten, for the
I have some good seed potatoes,
BUrbanks and Early Ohios. George
G. S. Harding, manager of the
Grand theater, will leave tonight for
Minneapolis to attend the Motion Pic
ture Exposition which is being held
there this week.
J. W. Naugle of the Naugle Pole &
Tie company returned last evening
from Remer where he spent the
earlier part of the day attending to
A fine entertainment at the M. E.
church Friday night. Come. You'll
not be disappointed.Adv. 3d35
Miss Mabel Kittleson returned this
morning to Bemidji from Minneap
olis and Mankato where she has been
the guest of relatives and friends for
the past few weeks.
L. LaBaw, court reported for Judge
C. W. Stanton of the district court,
left this morning for Brainerd to as
sume his duties at the term of court
which convened there yesterday.
For SaleFive acre lots in Ny
more, on easy terms. Tel. 249.
Mathew Larson.Adv. d44tf
Archie Ditty and A. W. Ditty re
turned yesterday morning from Maple
Plain, Minn., where they accompa
nied the body and attended the fu
neral services of Orin Ditty, who was
killed by a logging train at Kelliher.
Mrs. C. G. Ecklund will entertain
the Ladies Aid society of the Swedish
Lutheran church at her home, 1218
Beltrami avenue, tomorrow after
noon. A business session will be held
at 2:30 o'clock. Lunch will be
served at four o'clock.
One of ttiese nice days you ought
to go to Hakkerup's and have your
picture taken.Adv. 14tf
Mrs. George McDonald arrived in
the city Tuesday morning from Win
nipeg, Can., and will visit for the
next three weeks as the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. McManus.
Her daughter, Miss Marion, accom
Yes, kodakers' films developed, any
size 10c, prints 3c up. Rich Studio,
29 Tenth street.Adv. 264513
T. J. Burke, president of the
Northern Wholesale Grocery company
left last night for St. Paul and Min
neapolis. From the cities he will go
to Stillwater to attend the annual
meeting of the Wholesale Grocers'
Bureau which is being held at Still
N. E. McCalister arrived in Bemidji
yesterday from Missoula, Mont., and
will spend a few days visiting as the
guest of his sister, Miss Mary Mc
Calister. Mr. McCalister is complet
ing a tour of the eastern and south
ern sections of the United States, dur
ing which he made several land pur
Hair dressing, switches made from
combings, $1.50. Tel. 112, Mina A.
I* YESTERDAY'S BASEBAUi
R. H. E.
I Philadelphia 2 9 0
I At Boston 4 7 1
BatteriesDemaree and Burns
[Reulbach and Gowdy.
R. H. E.
(Brooklyn 1 3 8
|At New York 2 8 0
BatteriesPfeffer and McCarty
iTesreau and Rariden.
R. H. E.
(St. Louis 3 5 2
|At Chicago 0 2 2
Batteries Doak and Snyder
Vaughn and Fischer.
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, no game,
I wet grounds.
R. H. E.
Chicago 5 8 2
At St. Louis 4 3 3
BatteriesPaber and Lapp Park*
R. H. B.
Cleveland 6 7 1
At Detroit 1 4 2
BatteriesMorton and O'Neill
Coveleski and Stanage.
R. H. B.
Boston 4 10^3
At Washington 7 11 1
Batteries Shore and Agnew
Boehling and Henry.
R. H. E.
New York 9 14 0
At Philadelphia 4 5 1
BatteriesShawkey and Nunama
ker Bressler and Schang.
R. H. E.
Kansas City 2 7 2
At Indianapolis 3 4 0
^BatteriesSanders and Hargrove
Aldridge and Schang.
^Other games-Tpostponed, rain,
Its stirring appeal to the live,
active, youthful spirit makes
"Bull"Durham the tobacco that
goes with energy and enthusi
asm. Roll-"Bull?' Durham into
a cigarette and you have a
smoke that is full of vitality
and vim and deliciously fresh
In no other way can you get
so much solid enjoyment out
of a cigarette as by "rolling
your own"with "Bull" Durham.'
Made of "bright" Virginia
North Carolina leaf, "Bull"
Durham has an aroma that is
unique and a mellow-sweet
flavor that is unusual.
Start "rolling your own"
with "Bull" Durham today for
real smoking satisfaction.
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
Myers, Troppman store, Second floor.
Miss Wanda B. Reynolds was unit
ed in marriage to Herbert W. Semisch
by Rev. B. D. Hanscom at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Veloske on Am
erica avenue, yesterday afternoon.
Miss Reynolds is a sister of Mrs.
Veloske. Mr. and Mrs. Semisch are
well known in Kelliher and will make
their home there.
Foster Lewis and Miss Edythe
Stomberg of Clearwater county were
united in marriage Monday evening
by Rev. M. A. Soper. They have
been teaching school in the Minerva
consolidated school district in Clear
water county.' After'spending a few
days in Bemidji, Mr. and Mr.s Lewis
will go to Minneapolis and other
points for a short visit.
See about your slippers and pumps
nowthe Selby line just arrived at
E. E. Kenfleld and M. S. Lamor
eaux left this morning for Cass Lake
and Washburn, Wis., where they will
spend the balance of the week in
specting the Bemidji Box company's
plants under their control. Mr. La
moreaux will go from Washburn,
Wis., to his home at Chicago. Mr.
Kenfleld will' return the early part of
next week to Bemidji.
The eleventh annual meeting of the
Sixth District Federation of Women's
Clubs will be held at Deerwood,
Minn., May 9-10. Representatives
from the Woman's Study club of Be
midji will attend the meeting. The
program for the convention follows:
Annual Ham and Egg Supper
Served by the men of the Pres. Church
Armour's Star Ham
Tresh Country Eggs
Pickles Sliced Tomatoes
German Fried Potatoes
Kenfleld and Marcum Pancakes with
Pure Maple Syrup
Coffee* and Rolls
Wednesday Evening, May 10, Presbyterian
^^Cfiurch ^Tickets50 cents
5 o'clock till 8 Come early
Huffman & O'Leary
varison^istf dressof -welcome* Mrs: P.
A. Gough response,-Mrs. M. A. Des
mond 'roll call of lubs, appoint
ment of-committees, social, hour
"Daybreak," Deerwood Choral club
address, Mrs. W. T. Coe vocal solo,
Mrs. H. J. Brnsteln "Lullaby of
Life," Deerwood Choral club. Wed
nesday, executive board&lmeeting
coinmittee meeting report of officers
report of clubs round table "Mo-
thers' Clubs," Mrs. B. B* Gaylord
Deerwood school children
"Little Men and Women," Mrs. H.
Cohen reelection of officers recr
reation, including trip to points of
interest on the range. The conclud
ing session of the meeting, Wednes
day night, will consist for the greater
part, of musical numbers and several
interesting papers by members.
Most people are going to the Sun
day school" concert at the M. E.
church Friday night. Better come.
More than- 200 club women from
twenty towns in the Eighth district
are in International Falls today for
the annual meeting of the Eighth
District' Minnesota Federation of
Women's Clubs. The meeting began
yesterday and will come to a close to
night. Rural "conditions, a vital
question with the women in this sec
tion of the state, were discussed at
the meeting this morning in various
phases. That the little red school
bouse is a thing of the past, was
pointed out by Carl C. Swain of St.
Paul, state rural school commissioner,
in an address on "Consolidation of
Rural Schools" at the meeting yester
day. "The one room, one teacher
school idea is a condition that does
not now exist," he said. "Farmers
nowadays are concentrating on con
solidated schools where their boys and
girls will be given an opportunity to
be taught by trained teachers. The
country boy today stands a better
chance of becoming a good citizen
than the city boy. Chores keep the
country boy out of mischief." A
feature of the meeting is the exhibit
of work done in the state school for
mentally deficient children at Fari
Pioneer advertisements are re~
TRIANGiE PLAYS AT
THE GRAND TONIGHT
Triangle Plays will be shown at
the Grand theater tonight. William
S. Hart will be shown in "Between
Men" and Chester Conklin in "Dizzy
Heights and Daring Hearts."
The story of "Between Men," in
brief, is as follows:
Hampdon sends for Bob White
(William S. Hart), a Western mining
man, whom he has befriended. Gregg
seeks the ruin of White, as a rival
for Lina. White pretends to listen to
the advice of Rankin. With the aid
of a dictaphone White overhears
Some items go quick.
THE MATINEE IDOL, HOUSE PETERS,, AND PRETTY ENID MARKEY
IN "BETWEEN MEN," A NEW TRIANGLE-INCE PLAY OF WALL
STREET INTRIGUE AND PHYSICAL COMBAT.
SPECIAL MAY SALE
of Practical New Wash Dresses forJVlisses and Little
':,',"\^Tots, Commencing Thursday.
Considering the dye situation and the steadily ad-
vancing market in cotton goods of all kinds, this sale of
dresses right now- is worthy of special attention. They
were bought before the recent advance and it enables us
to offer you some of the cutest practical little dresses at
unusual prices that it has been our good fortune to secure.
One lot of dresses in styles as illustrated, in fast colored
gingham, every garment finished up in style such as you'd
do yourself, sizes 2 to 6, worth regular 75c. Aftf*
For this special sale.
Another lot of little tots' dresses in a wide assortment of
styles and combinations, made of fine gingham and per-
cales, the very newest ideas in practical wash Q#*
garments, worth usually 95c, special for this sale....^^V
It will pay you to
on these dresses.
see them we'll not have to
urge you to buy.
Misses 8 to 1 4 Year Dresses
20 dozen, and about that many styles to choose from,
made by the Faultless Garment Co., which means a fin-
ished garment in every way, buttonholes stay put, seams
are finished right, hems are wider than most ready-to-
wear dresses and they're made of the very best material.
We could just as well have $1.50 for these dresses
but they go to make a sale at....
7 parts -Triangle Plays- 7 parts
I st show 7:30 2nd show 9:00 I O and 20c
Gregg plotting with Rankin. Then
White goes into the market and does
the opposition of Rankin's advice.
He and Hampdon make money to the
discomfiture of Gregg.
White is insulted by Gregg, but
Gregg refuses to fight in the club.
Later White follows Gregg to his
home, and there is a fight. White
has all the best of it until Gregg
throws a bronze vase at his head, dis-
Any Special you see
here will be new goods, we'll
not advertise any other.
A fistic combat more thril
ling than "The Spoilers
Actual thrillers with real
S national to the extremes.
abling him. John Worth, who has
suffered from the machinations of
Gregg,. shoots Gregg in the arm.
White is in love with Lina, but he
has once been rebuffed by the girl.
He bids her and her father good-bye.
The girl induces her father to take
her with him on the same train on
which White leaves. She meets
White and their mutual love is re--
Come in and look
It pays to shop here.