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On October 16 the Win One class
of t*ie Methodist church will hold
-Wf^Hrst annual banquet and election
A officers in the basement of the
'church. A program will also be
given and the work for the fall and
winter outlined. At this meeting
fmal arrangements will be made for
the Axel Skovgaard concert which
will 'appear here on November 14
under the auspices of the Win One
class. Mr. Skovgard, the Danish
violinist, has appeared in Bemidji
before and is a musician of note.
The Queen Esthers will meet at
the home of Misses Anna and Carrie
Brown this evening. All members
are urged to be present at this ses
sion, as matters of importance will
SWEDISH AID TOMORROW
Mrs. F. Palmquist will entertain
the Ladies Aid society of the Swed
ish church tomorrow afternoon at
\v2:30 o'clock in the church basement.
are invited to attend.
LADIES AID TOMORROW
The Ladies Aid society of the Fifth
ward will meet tomorrow afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Alfred Johnson.
A cordial invitation is extended.
ate Willett of the town of Frohn
purchased a Ford car this week.
C. W. Jewett, of the Jewett gar
age, went to Minneapolis last eve
ning on business matters.
Wallace Jones, of the Gonvick
Banner, is among the business visit
ors in Bemidji today.
One of these nice days you ought
to go to Hakkerup's and have .your
picture taken. 14tf
fc2f. and Mrs. Charles Mayhan of
ike Plantaganet transacted busi-
Young of the town of
Eckles has returned from North Da
Mrs. C. D. Arnold of the town of
Northern passed yesterday in the
Mr. and Mrs. William Church and
daughter, Dorothy, of Yola were
among the business visitors in the
ELDA MILLAR IN TRIANGLE PLAY, "HER EXCELLENCY THE
S. L. Winslow is suffering from
an attack of rheumatism.
150,000 to loan on farms. Dean
Land Co. d71tf
J. Ketzenberg of Spruce Grove has
returned from a trip to Minneap
All sizes of the famous MUNSON
ARMY SHOE just in at KNAPP'S
SHOE STORE. 1-1010
Mrs. John Noel and Mrs. George
Day of the town of Northern were
in the city yesterday in the interest
of the Red Cross.
Mr. and Mrs. J. PasKewltz of
Spruce Grove have returned from
Minneapolis where they spent a
Miss Lillian Peterson, who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. O. Lar
son, for the past six weeks, returned
to her home in San Francisco yes
No war price advance yet-7~-"Get
'Rich' quick" for all your photo work
quality and service. Rich Studio,
29 10th. Phone 570-W. 921tf
Mrs. Helmer Larson and little
daughter have gone to Sebeka where
they will be the guests of friends
and relatives for a week.
Mrs. Jessie Bane of Oslo, N. D.,
who is the guest of her sister, Miss
Serena Blue, of Northern for a
month, was the guest of friends in
the city yesterday.
Do you want real comfort? Just
step in and try on a pair of the
ARMY SHOES before your size is
gone, at KNAPP'S SHOE STORE.
J. W. Naugle, of the Naugle Pole
& Tie company, went to Chicago this
afternoon to join his wife,
who is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
H. P. Dunning, and family.
Norman Knox, Gordon Gardner,
Charles Coffin, Ira Coox, M. L. Ful
ler and George Edwards of Pleasant
Valley have returned from Nortu Da
kota where they were employed dur
ing harvest and threshing.
Adolph Sterten of Hendrum ar
rived in the city last evening and
will be the guest of his aunt, Mrs.
K. K. Roe, and family until over
Sunday. Mr. Sterten has been draft
ed and will soon leave for the front.
Leroy Elwell, cashier ox the Farm
ers State bank of the Fifth ward, re
turned Monday from North Dakota
where he transacted business for a
few days. During his absence his
wife had charge of the bank.
John W. Goodspeed of Kinney,
Minn., who has been a guest at the
J. P. Ripple home for several days,
has returned to Kinney. Mr. Good
speed is a former Bemidji boy and
will go with the next draft to join
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Jahr and son,
Vernon, of America avenue returned
this morning from Kelliher where
they have been the guests of Profes
sor and Mrs. T. S. Thompson for a
short time. Mrs. Jahr and Mrs.
Thompson are sisters.
7 Parts10c & 20c
Who Falls in Scheming Politicians.
Als Showingwith a Two Part
Mack Sennett Keystone .Comedy
Tomorrow "THE STORM" Blanche Sweet
Devere Wilson and Ralph Johnson
motored up from Bagley today and
passed several hours in the city.
P. V. Gardner of Pleasant Valley
has as his guests for a month, his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Gard
ner, of Olwein, Iowa.
Elmer Madson of Grand Rapids,
formerly of Bemidji, was in the city
Better pick out your aize in the
ARMY SHOE, for they are going fast
at KNAPP'S SHOE STORE. 1-1010
Mrs. Josie Near of Minneapolis is
the guest of Mrs. Jessie Spain. Mrs,.
Near has also been the guest of Mrs.
M. W. Knox of Pleasant Valley.
We have only a limited amount of
storage left if you want a stall. -Ap-
ply soon. Letford's Oarage. lOlOtf
There was a large attendance at
the union meeting of the-- Epworthi
league of the Presbyterian church
and the Epworth league qt the. Con
William Spangler, son of John
Spangler of Turtle River, was taken
to the-loeal hospital yesterday, a cow
having, lacerated his face badly.
Mrs. Ole Nesseth and little daugh
ter, Joan, of Thief Rivet -$11B are
(he guests of ,Mrs,-I*tesstt.'s^father,
Gunder Aakhus^of the, town of
MEMBERS OP THE HOME
GUARD will be able to get a pair
of real ARMY SHOES'on the famous
MUNSON LAST at. KNAPP'S SHOE
Leroy Barwise, who has been the
guest of his parents, Mr* anduMr&
William Lilye, for a few days, re
turned to Grand Rapids this morn
ing where he is -employed.
Mr. Parker and daUhtej^M||fy
of Spruce Grove have gone^-to Wa
dena where they will-make, -their
home this winter. They mjHle tfte
trip by automobile and.-wejse^acqoni-
panied as far as Thief River Fails by
Miss Vera Ketzenberg, who will at
tend school there and /Charles Pas
kewitz, who will work for, tbaSoo
The marvelous qufflttfSs"* 61*Mfl'W7
action and atmosphere to which the
William Fox photoplays attain were
never more wonderfully exemplified
than in "The Final Payment," in
which Nance O'Neil, America's fore
most tragedeinne, is featured at the
Rex tonight. The play itself af
fords Miss O'Neil abundant oppor
tunities for the display of her trans
cendent powers of emotional expres
sion. As Nannina, a Btmpie vil
lager, we find her happily married
to the man of her choice, Caesar,
one of the crew of a fishing schoon
er. Alfredo, captain of the craft, is
in love with Nannina and in pur
suance of his base ends, he encom
passes the arrest of Caesar for a
vile murder which he himself has
qommitted. Still unable to make
headway with the woman he has set
his heart upon, he plans the ruin
of her sister, Rosa. Nannina has
been warned in time, however, and
Rosa is saved. The villain is cir
cumvented and in tragic and spec
tacular fashion makes "The Final
Payment" in expiation of his crimes.
Biff Vitagraph Feature.
Kneeling on the pink satin cush
ion under the minister's benediction
the couple clasped hands and the
congregation was awed in reverent
silence as they were pronounced!
man and wife.
Then the bride, who was no less
a personage than the dainty star,
Anita Stewart, and groom, Charles
Richman, arose and marched down
the aisle once more to the waiting
But fear not, movie fansit was
only a movie wedding which was
filmed for the society drama, "The
More Excellent Way," in which Miss
Stewart is starred with Mr. Rich
man as leading man, and which is
the attraction at the Rex theater to
AT THE ELKO
"Her Excellency, the Governor,"
the new Triangle play starring Wil
fred Lucas and Elda Millar, win be
shown at the Elko theater tonight.
It was written by Robert Shirley
and produced upder the supervision
of Aldan Dwan. It depicts a woman
who defies a governor. She he
comes lieutenant governor, and puts
through legislation that .checks, the
malign influences that have been
gaining control of the .state, govern
A Triangle-Keystone two part
comedy wilL also, be,.shown at the
AT THE GRAND
At the Grand theater tonight
'aboufeighty photographs of the in
terior of Bemidji business establish
ments, with numerous employes
therein, will be shown enlarged on
This feature is in addition to the
regular program presenting Gladys
Hulette in "The Cigarette Girl," one
of the famous Pathe productions,
and a Triangle-Komedy.
NEW MINNESOTA AUTO HAPS
We have just received a lot of new
Minnesota maps, compiled and pre
pared by the Minnesota Forestry As
sociation showing lakes, canoe routes
and automobile trails. The map is
a beauty and is right up to date
Sells for 50c a* the Pioneer office.
AWAY FOB TREATMENT
Mrs. Charles Smith has gone to
Shakopee, Minn., where she will re
ceive treatment for rheumatism.
TBI BEMIDJI DAILY PIOHEXE
GOO ROADS ARE ATTRAUIVE
Thousands of Farmers Making Direct
Profits by Catering to Pass
The use of the automobile by farm
ers has completely changed the ru
ral attitude toward motoring, and
tens of thousands of men are making
direct profits by catering to the pass
ing motorist. In order to attract him
there must be a good road, and thus
the lump of rural conservation Is leav
ened to a surprising degree.
The Missionary auxiliary of the
Congregational church will hold its
regular monthly meeting Thursday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bewer
of the'Fifth ward.
This is certainly an age of special
ization. Maybe that is why it is an
age of such unprecedented progress.
The latest is the foot specialist
the man who makes a life study of
the human foot and of how to correct
and overcome the troubles that it is
heir to. There is a college in Chi
cago, conducted by Dr. Wm. M.
Scholl, the well known foot auth
ority, where nothing but foot anat
omy and the giving of foot comfort
The foregoing remarks are sug
gested by the announcement of
Knapp's Shoe Store, of this city, that
a foot specialist from Chicago, per
sonally trained by Dr. Scholl, wijl
be at that store October 16 and 16
to demonstrate the Schpll Foot Com
fort Appliances, to examine feet and
give advice without charge. We
predict a busy time for him Adv
'Just started smoking True Smoke
several weeks ago and it seems to get
better everyday. Most of my friends
have been smoking it for yearsthey
say it always acts like that: tastes
better all the time. Not such a
fancy package, but some tobacco!"
True Smoke is the choicest Amer
ican tobacco grownonly in five of
the many tobacco-growing state* can we
find tobacco good enough for True Stnolra.
ID The Limelight"
Pictures taken in Bemidji
Business Places (about 80 in
number) showing numerous
proprietor^ and employes
On The Screen
In connection with the Pathe
five-reel feature photoplay
"The Cigarette Girl"
Also showing a
SEE YOURSELF AS
OTHERS SEE YOU
10c and 20c
Matches Scarce In England.
A grave allegation of proliU'cring in
mutches at the expense of the public,
according to the Loudon Chronicle,
was made against wholesalers mid re
tailers by an official of a match fac
tory recently. He explained that the
chief causes of the present short.ijio
were the stoppage of the importation
of foreign supplies and the require
aenis of the umuy.
NANCE O'NEIL In A Fox Production
'THE FINAL PAYMENT'
The scenes of the play are laid ia Sicily. The play itself affords Miss O'Neil abundant opportunities for the dis-
play s| her transcendent powers oi emotional expression. The villain is circumvented and in tragic and spectacular
fashion makes The Final Payment" in expiation of hia Crimea.
Evening 7:20-9:00 A Pictur of Wonderfu
Prices Be and 16c
TOMORROW---ANITA STEWAR AN CHARLE S RICHMAN
"THE MORE EXCELLENT WAY"
A Vitagraph Blue Ribbon Feature by Dr. Cyrus Townsend Brady
-seems like if gets better evetvefay
TRU E SMOKE
The flavor, fragrance,richness,all are nat
ural in True Smokeand the blend has
proved its worth. Forty years of Smokers'
satisfaction is its recommendation.
True Smoke is sold in 10cflator round
bags and in 50cfibercontainers. If you
can't get it from your dealer, send us his
nam* and address with 10c and we will see
that you are suppliedat once.
C. PEPER TOBACCO CO.
SAINT LOUIS i MISSOURI
E THAN CALOMEL
Thousands Have Discovered Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets are
a Harmless Substitute.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tabletsthe aubtti.
.t3 for calomel are a mild but sure
.-live, and their effect on the liver ia
-est instantaneous. They are the result
Dr. Edwards'determination not to treat
.vcr bowel complaints with calomel.
lis efforts to banish it brought out these
little olive-colored tablets.
These pleasant little tablets do the good
that calomel does, but have no bad'aftet
effects. They don't injure the teeth like
strong liquids or calomel. They take hold
of the trouble and quicklycorrect it Why
cure the liver at the expense of the teeth]
Calomel sometimes plays havoc with the
jams. So dostrong liquids. It isbest not
'o take calomel, but to let Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets take its place.
Most headaches, "dullness1*
'r.zy feeling come from constipation and
i disordered liver. Take Dr. Edwards'
)h\e Tablets when yon feel "loggy" and
heavy." Note how they **cIearrelouded
rain and how they "perk up" the spirits
iCc and 25c box. All druggists.
mm la Glass Vials with
You must try this
tin* dessert. Your choice of7 real
fruit flavors. Also Mint July-Jell
for mint sauce and salads.
Sold by Grocer* Eamrymktrm
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