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Dr. and Mrs. Higgs of Park Rapids
were guests of Dr. and Mrs. B. W.
O. L. Dent, ditch referee, left yes
terday for Thief River Falls and
Crookston on business.
Phone for boats, bait and Ashing
tackle. 340-W.Adv. 3d56
Fred Bursery of Minot, N. D., is
spending a few days in Bemidji visit
ing with friends and relatives.
Rev. Osmund Johnson left yester
day afternoon for Gonvick to attend
the funeral of Rev. Berg, which is to
be held at Gonvick today.
16-inch wood, dry jackplne, $1.75
per cord. Phone 21. Battles.Adv.
Mrs. M. J. Thornton, who has been
a guest at the H. W. Bailey residence
for the past several days, left this
noon for her home at Deer River.
Mrs. R. J. Kohler, who has been
"Any time you wan^rea/j
goodies use Calumet Baking
PowderI My mother uses it
she's tried all others she's
learned her lesson now she
sticks to Calumet.
"Unequalled for making
tender, wholesome, light bak
ings. Wonderful- leavening
and raising qualitiesuniform
results. Mother says Calumet
is the most economical to buymost eco
iiomical to u.-t-. Try it at once.
Received Highest Awards
New Coii U'ti Free
See S/ij in I'jund Can
ex THEATR E
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Kohler for several days, left yester
day afternoon for her home at War
For SaleFive acra lots In Ny
more, on easy terms. Tel. 249.
Mathew Larson.Adv. d44tf
Andrew Johnson, sheriff of Bel
trami county, after spending yester
day in Kelliher attending to business
matters returned this morning to Be
The Dercas society of the Scandi
navian Lutheran church will meet
Saturday afternoon with Miss Mabel
Johnson at her home on Eleventh
street and Beltrami avenue.
-One of these nice days you ought
to go to-Hakkerup's and have your
picture taken.Adv. 14tf
The Woman's .Home Missionary so
ciety will meet this afternoon at the
home of Mrs. D. Wilcox, 611 Irvine
avenue. This meeting will be the
opening day of the Mite boxes.
Mrs. A. Thompson, who was call
ed several weeks ago to Lake City on
account of the illness and death of
her brother-in-law, Professor U. Cur
tis, is expected to return tonight to
her home in this city. r-~:
Yes, kodakers' films developed, any
size 10c, prints 3c up. Rich Studio,
29 Tenth street.Adv. 26d613
Mrs. Philip Gill arrived in the city
this morning from Minneapolis where
she has been visiting her parents.
She was accompanied by her sister,
Mrs. Edward Dbckman, and daughter
of St. Paul who will be guests at the
Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Marcum re
turned yesterday from Chicago where
they have been visiting the past two
weeks. They were accompanied by
Mrs. Davies, mother of Mrs. Marcum,
who will visit at the Marcum home
before returning to her home at
Hair dressing, switches made from
combings, $1.50. Tel. 112, Mina A.
Myers, Troppman store, Second floor.
M. E. Ibertson went to Tenstrike
yesterday by automobile. He spent
a few hours in Tenstrike on business
and made the return trip in the eve
ning. With the exception of a rough
stretch north of Farley, Mr. Ibertson
reported that the roads were in ex
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Wilson will
leave tonight for the Twin Cities
where they will spend a short time
visiting as the guests of relatives.
From Minneapolis they will leave for
Winnebago where they will visit with
Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. V. Hesselgrave, until their return
to Bemidji in two weeks.
Baked beans, Boston brown bread
and fresh pies every Saturday at the
Cash Grocery & Home Bakery, 1074
Doud avenue. Mrs. Belle J. Brown,
proprietor. Telephone 732.Adv.
The "Vivace" club will meet to
morrow night at the home of Mrs. W.
B. Stewart, 1003 Dewey avenue, at
seven-thirty o'clock. The club is a
musical organization, organized the
early part of ,the year by children be
tween the ages of 9 and 14. The
subject under discussion tomorrow
will be "Chopin." A program will
be given by members of the club.
"The Moth and TheFlame1'
with a Famous Players All-Star cast
The poor little moth is blinded in the flame until she cannot see the
fatal perils threatening her. Just on the verge of her great errorwell
see the play.
A Paramount Feature in 5 parts.
TONIGHT GRAND 5c and 15c
TOMORROWThe American beauty, MARGARET
FISHER, star of "The Miracle of Life" in "THE
DRAGON", 5 parts. Matinee 2:30.
Pleasing Photo Plays
ThursdayEdward Coxen and Winnifred Greenwood play
"In The Shuffle"
A splendid American drama in three parts.
A Vogue Comedy, "FLOODED WITH TROUBLE."
Shows start 7:30-8:30-9:15. Admission 5c and 10c
FridayPeggy Burke and Robt^?Walker in4 Thanhouser's
three reel feature
an exceptional theme and play with aetion from the word
"go" .also a beauty comedyfWWon' By One", Neva
Gerber and Helene Rosson-in leads.
Shows start 7:30, 8:30 and 9:15 Admission 5c and 10c
Miss Myrtle Neumann entertained a
number of her friends last: erfning
Annual Ham and Egg
Served by the men of the Presi Church
"Swift's Premium Ham
Fresh Country Eggs
Pickles Sliced Tomatoes
German Fried Potatoes
Kenfleld and Marcum Pancakes with
i Pure Maple Syrup
Coffee and Rolls
The Road To Health
is lighted up by the dawn of a
is Nature's agent.
If you want to be well and
strong, investigate the merits of
this advancement in science and
learn what it has done fori many
of the world's famous people.
A. Dannenberg D. C.
First Natl. Bank Bldg., Bemidji
Office Hours: 10-12, 1:30-5 7-8
Miss Jennie Gratton
the J. U. G. S. club last evening at^aJ^veiiln^jrWj^spe^t^lnaidayiiig games
'Little Girls'" party. All the&gislSj
were dressed ins children's xsJothes.iservedV Amongr.those present f,.were
Children's games were played*iftfteiC ijfeaiames- T* ^rvSte-wact^find
which a delicious lunch was served^
Among those present were,the Aliases
Marie Klein, Vera Nelson, i BgtbepjjBourgois,
Tennstrom, Llda Bkelund, oAnn*
Brown, i Ella Anderson, -Ella Laqua,
Helen 01sonFlprence Hazen and Ma
Wednesday Evening, May 10, Presbyterianl4HHMMe*HMM^4HH(-
Church Tickets 50 cents
5 o'clock till 8 Cone early
And^music, afterj,which.,a lunch was
Neumann and the:ACissesr Bertha Di-
j^ijirrIrenrLapneni^?rii ennie JBour
.Martha. Thome, r.Florence
Ripple, Lillian French, Martha Rip
ple, Evangeline^rrSmitb and Ellen
One hundred delegates from 24
cities today attended the openingjsea
sions of the annual meeting of Afee
District Federation of 'Women's
Clubs at Thief River Falls, Minn.
Mrs. W. P. Cole, Waseca, state presi
dent, is on the program. Mrs. C. E.
Russellj Moorhead, president ovhe
Ninthr districts federation, was elected
last $rear for two years. There,SVJBI
be'no officers elected this year -Dele
gates were-present from
Barnesville, Moorhead, Stephen, Mah
nomen, Middle River, Ada,S Curisy,
Fergus Falls, Parkers Prairie, Breckr
enridge, Crookston, Fosston rand Mast
Grand Forks. ot i
1lYB&lSflEWS (By Special Correspondent.Moq*
Lars Larson from Mason, Wis.v ft'in
Nymbre'arisitinifjwith Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rice moved into
Gain's residence "Wednesday morning.
The Gains' have moved to North Da
The Scandinavian Ladies' Aid^ sp
ciefgr will meet this afternoon with
Mrs. Alfred Johnson.
List of advertised letters "yn-
claimed" at Bemidji/Minn., ^ostomce
for week ending May l' '19.J/6:
Men^H. E Cushman, Dr. F. J. Dar
ragh, Mr. W. Doers, Dr. & pupa,
Mr. N. B. Dyer, Geo. H: Everett, Jl f.
Hodson, Wmr Houchlin, Mr. John
Jepson, Ole Johnson, Carl A.'Johnson,
Rev. W. Juedes, Mr. HarveyLu'psity
A. L. Martinson, Mr. J. p. Newton,
Mr: Alfred Nelson (2), Mr. Erwiif*
sate of Sfiy^i^fus GJotJtes $17
tin this city
You have certainly heard of this famous
suit. It has leapedintomational fame.
Becausem^heSsM wool i-^fabric
it betten^tendand the price is
Because-^the tailoring is the better kind
T-rand the |ric is always $17.
Became^the styling is the workof a ^reat
fashion ^jrtist-^and the price is
price is $17 from Maine to
California and is never raised.
"Ihrterttir^rioe the nation over.**
Are the ^newwetiiQ^^ 0ne6f th^larg^st niakers
in the cotifitry^ several years ago, turned to specializing
on this suit o one known price.
The new ^standard .price iriethod has'brought about
startling^msults. You get^better woolens.
You getJiand tafloring^wher^ hand^tailoring counts.
You get Hthe^^stylish inrpr^ssion^.that only a master
Real style plus guaranteed^avear for $17that's the
All the new fabrics. AH models. Special styles for young
Third- Street *^#**t:^^^rf'-- -v
O'Brien, L. L, Ostrander, Mr. .Guis
eppa Paccione, Mr. Roy Pettite,
Chas. W. Shadewalt, F. K. Walsh,
Johnrr-Wold. ^Women-rMrs. fiarry
Harris (a Miss Anna-Bell Johnson,
Liller ^Dufferdhal, Mrs. W. W. Thom
as, 'Miss May Turner.
JUNIOR CLASS AT
KELLIHER NAMES OFFICERS
Kelliher,. Minn., May 4.The ju-
The infant daughter of Mr
JMLi'silEdwin Ackre was the lucky liiSe
to win the quilt which was raffled^ofC
at the Scandinavian "Men's Aid so
ciety Tuesday evening. .-...'!**-.t
.m. t-fc I liii in- S if i Tii'
are the ii
nior class of the high school has elect
ed the following officers: President,
Gladys Skinner secretary, Chester
Kinney treasurer, Helen Armstrong.
(By Special Correspondent.)
Mrs. G. W. Butler of Redby, with
her two little daughters, spent Sun
day with her mother, Mrs. A. F. Sad-
Sfearei displaying Children's ReSdy-to-
Wear Goods in ^ourt windows this week.
Wonderful values in White Dresses no two
alike. Also a big line of Colored Dresses,
Women's and Children's knit and
mens an a uiiiaren Kni an a mu
Underwear, one and two piece suits
W make a specialty of Fresh Candy, selling at
10c to 20c perlb.
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You should always keep in mind that this is the pop-
ular store for Fishing Tackle, Base Ball goods, etc.
It is also the home in Bemidji for "Foot Rest" Hosiery.
Prompt and careful attention given to mail orders.
pa" Butler.'*^M Butler came down!
Saturday and he and Miss Dorothy
also visited a few hours Sunday at
the M. W- Butler home.
G. C. Maag and family have moved
into the James Long house.
The Pioneer is the place to buy
your rolls of adding machine paper
for Burroughs adding machines. One
roll, a dozen rolls or a hundred rolls.
SoDDeborn St Co., lao.
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