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(TTOSBAY.lBBEUAEy 18. 1918
TodayTelephone the Pioneer of-
iMfice, 922, about that news item you
Jihave in mind. Tour guests and
'Befriends will appreciate the courtesy.
February 12District court be
logins its session.
*k February 19Municipal election
if or public officials.
Feb. 16 Meeting Commercial
^-^club rooms for improving rural
JJljmone service. -.,^v
WIN ONES ACTIVE
At the business meeting of the
,Win One class last evening at the
ibome of Dr. and Mrs. A. V. Garlock,
G. W. Harnwell gave a splendid talk
on "Africa." It was decided to have
a sleighride next Saturday night,
and the class will go to the Carr
Lake school house to attend the Red
3ros carnival given iby members of
,the Red Cross circle in that vicinity.
GUILD TO BE ENTERTAINED
Mrs. L. B. Wilson and Mrs. C. W.
Vandersluis will entertain the Altar
Guild of the Episcopal church and
their friends at the- home of Mrs.
Wilson, 1015 Bemidji avenue, this
evening. -As this is the last of the
series of parties before Lent, a large
attendance is desired.
Mrs. P. L. Brown, Mrs. M. Phibbs
and Mrs. At M. Bagley will be guests
of the Queen Esthers this evening at
their, regular meeting at the Bagley
home. The meeting will commence
at 7:45 o'clock. Miss Elsie Schmitt,
president of the Queen Esthers,, will
MISS WHALEY HOSTESS
Miss Olive Whaley entertained a
group of friends at her home yester
day afternoon in honor of her house
guest, "Miss Woodford- of Oass Lake.
The guests included Miss Wopdford,
Miss Helen Backus Miss Vera Back
usr Miss Lucy Brooks, Miss Velma
Dean and Miss Arvilla Kenfield.
Knitting proved the diversion.
MRS. ESPESETH HOSTESS
Mrs. Espeseth entertained the Red
Cross circle of the First Scandina
vian Lutheran church yesterday af
ternoon at her home. Thirteen la
dies were present and passed the
afternoon sewing. Lunch was served.
The Dyer-Getchell Red Cross circle
met at the home of Dr. and Mrs: A.
V. Garlock last evening, together
with the Win One class of the Meth
odist church. The regular business
meeting was held and the hours
passed in knitting.
ENTERTAINED AT DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Battles of Lake
Boulevard entertained Mr. and
E. E. Kenfield at dinner last eve
There is more Catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and for years it was sup
posed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly falling
to cure with local treatment, pronounced,
it incurable. Catarrh is a local disease,
greatly influenced by constitutional con
ditions and therefore requires constitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional
remedy, is taken internally and acts
thru the Blood on tbe Mucous Surfaces
of the System. One-Hundred Dollars re
ward is offered for any case that Hall's
Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills fur constipation.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lund
gren at St. Anthony's: hostHal, this
morning, a. son.
|l0,000 to loan on tarms.
Land Co. fltf
Pluma Kenfield, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. E. Kenfield, has recoiv
ered from an attack of pneumonia.
One of trhese *as* 90U went
to go to Hakkerup's and have your
picture taken. *:$0&
Miss Vera Johnson of Pillager,
Minn., is the guest ,of her brother,
A. D. Johnson, and family of Am
erica avenue. :'u
August Becker of the: town ofjpdb
erty passed Saturday in Bemidji.
W. P. Dyer, superintendent qf the
Bemidji schools, ihas returned iteom
a business trip to Minneapolis.
Attend the lutefisk and fesh
whiteflsh supper in the basement of
the Scandinavian Lutheran church,
Tuesday, February 12. J-#12
Mrs. Sam King of the town of
Frohn drove to Bemidji yesterday
and passed the day with friends.
E. E. Kenfield left last night for
the west in the interest of his com
pany. He will go to Spokane, Wash.,
Bend, Ore, and various points
S9E 9 S
Mrs. G. H. Hansel of Bagley will
arrive in the city tomorrow.and will
be the guest of her mother, Mrs. H.
W. Bailey, and sister, Miss Minnie
The Royal Neighbors and their
families and the Woodmen and their
families will give a dance in. the Odd
Fellows hall tomorrow evening. This
is not a public dance, but invitations
have been issued to friends. 2-212
Thomas Bisiar, son of Mr. and.
Mrs.' Joe Bisiar, will arrive in Be
midji this evening from Rock Island,
111., on a ten days' furlough.
Claude Young cf Kosakang, Mo., is
visiting his sisters Miss Hattie Young
and Mrs. Guy Lasater, of the town
You will get your money's worth
at the supper given in the Scandi
navian Lutheran church Tuesday,
February 12, by the members of the
Miss Violet Matheson has accept
ed a position in the mechanical de
partment of the Bemidji Pioneer
Publishing company's plant and
commenced her duties this morning.
Lester Hoganson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. Hoganson, who has been
seriously ill with pneumonia, is con
Celebrate Lincoln's birthday by at
tending the ludeflsk and fresh white
fish supper at the First Lutheran
church, corner of 8th St. and Minn
Miss Woodford, teacher in the
Cass Lake schools, who has- heen the
guest of Miss Olive Whaley for the
past few days, returned to her home
Misses Elaine and Vernice Voltz,itz
both teachers near Pinewood, wha*
have toeen the guests of relatives win?
Bemidji for the past few days, wilL
return to their duties this evening*
Mrs. Charles Durand of Puposky
was among the business visitors Joj
day. Mrs. Durand reported a basket,
social and dance was given in ihp
city hall Saturday evening for tppr
benefit of the Red Cross and %$1
cleared, which she tusned over ito
the Bemidji chapter today.
A FEMALE FAIRBANKS
An All around Athlete
SHE SWIMS, SHE SHOOTS, SHE KfOIQRS
SHE DANCES, SHE'S A TOMBOY
In this turbulant, rollicking story of seminary life. It's
good for a laugh every minute.
A the ELKO Tonigh
Entire Net Proceeds to Go to Red Cross
Beanie Iverson and George Bruun
of Plfrewoodi transacted business in
Misses Judith and Ruth Broten ot
Pinentpod, who have, been thegueats
of, Bemidji friends for a few days,
returned to ttfxelr home yesterday.
Remember- the ludensk and fresh
whiteflsh simper at the First Luth-'
reran: ohuroh,:: corner 8t% St. and
Minn. Ave., Feb. 12, from 5 to fc^m."
Mrs." Mary Gamble, who has been
ill for the past several days, w^s
taken to St. Anthony's hospital Sun
day evening for treatment. She
reported better this morning.
Learn photo' finishing.
o^^iX^^Xhin^ee1* ardso wil^l teachjphotoflnlshln -frM|^
to young lady and will pay goctd jwjl
ary when proficient
home prepared. "Phone B70-W.
V" Mis?* Laura Batofell, teacher at
Pennington, was amenjr the-between
train visitors yesterday.
Miss Elsie Kiinger, who was the
guest of herstoter, MTS. Archie Fen
ton, and fajnjly. fCr a few days, re
turned to hejfsehool 4n Eckles town
ship yestetfdifty- noon. .jMwr Klinger
W* have-juBtTeeeifed' a tew. fam
ily expense, books: BeniMjlJfipiieer.
Mrs,vMary Patterson of Leonard
was in^-'Benttoji yesterday^ enroute
to Crookston where she will'attehd
the jiuspfces of the NbrtherntHvision'
headquarters of Minneapolis-
Leaders of this work in Minneapolis
will give instructton. and addresses]-
Mrs. A. P. Henrlonnet has re
turned .from the Twin Cities where
she passed a couple of weeks pur
chasing spring stock for her mUHn-j
ery store, and studying the new
styles in-jnilillicry. She was accom
panied toy Miss Esther Olson, whq
will have charge of the work room.
Mrs. Henrionnet's sister, Mrs. Mc-1-212
Phee, who .accompanied her to the
cities, will return in few days.
One of the. few'sports'or "occupa
tions" still remaining taboo for girls
is footballroughest and most fas
cinating of games but diminutive
Ann Pennington, the dancer of
"Follies" fame, has broken the taboo
even for football, and in her newest
Paramount: picture, "The Antics of
Ann," she realizes an ambition of
hundreds of girls who have wished
in their hearts to take part in the
sport. In full football regalia, she
dashes madly towards the goal and
narrowly misses making a historic
touchdown. At the Elko theater to
night. Entire net proceeds go to
Pauline Frederick, in her latest
Paramount photoplay, which is ap
pearing Wednesday and Thursday at
the Elko theater, plays one of the
most complicated and difficult roles
of her entire career. This is the
part of Courtney Vaughan in "The
Hungry Heart," from the novel of
the same name by David Graham
Tg^WBffDW BAllil Kwraa
Quality portraits and kodak finish
ing. Rich Studio, 29 10th St., one
.hlock from tphoggan slides. 3-11
What will a woman ao when she
is hard pressed for money? To what
lengths will she go in her efforts to
extricate herself from her difficul
The answer, given, by one. woman
to these questions is shown in "Dia
monds and Pearls,'' the new World
Picture Brady-Made in which Kitty
Gordon is starred. And the an
swers form one of the most exceed
ingly Interesting and thoroughly fas
cinating attractions seen in a long
time. At the Grand tomorrow.
In an'order issued late yesterday
afternoon by the Minnesota fuel di
^Aeotor, all motion picture theaters
in the state are permitted to give a
regular showing of pictures today,
onesided the proceeds are given to
Cross, with some slight ex
exceptionBupertmefeess,. forf: publicity The
__ BUV tBex theater has booked a special at-
Kimhld I Tnn1i
u SfnJ ^it i iflOBted in her celebratedu
bPictures a nre
"The Marionettes," from
successful stage play by the
Mrs. F: Willis of Saskatchewan, ^ey, the neglecte
Canada, W J^SSSSK stayed by Claim Kimball Toung and
enroufe to Kelllhjrj w^ere *h wll ._.^
*'ikgirl-wlfe* in "Th Marionettes,d
her -own -company- unde* the dlre
tion of Entile Chautard, and distrib
uted toy Select Pictures which will
be shown at the Rex theater tonight,
is a characterization in which this
.gifted actress gives free rein to her
whimsical, humor as well as the emo1
iional portrayals which have made
"The Marionettes" deals with the
transformation of a dowdy wife,
convent-schooled and country-bred,
who determines to win her husband's
love. From an unattractive little
'frump with personal snr,roundings as.
drab as herself, she suddenly blos
soms out into a gay Parisian butter
fly and her surroundings take on. a
metamorphosis) as complete as her
own. As the inevitable result, her
husband discovers her love for her.
Miss Young's study of the chrys-s
4Mmwail the direc-
in coles she has created, and is, a
successor to her long series
0AED OF THAJIES
We wish to extend, through the
columns of this paper, our heartfelt
appreciation of the sympathy and
assistance of numerous friends in
our recent sorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Westlund.
THE FINISHED MYSTERY
Future events clearly outlined
Explains every verse of Revelation &
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Remember, Tuesday, "Meatless Day"
Remember. Wed.. "Wheatleu Day"
Remember, Tuesday, "Meatless Day"
There ftftbwlntelr- tatttttxttm enema
who ever nied the imple WMh D. D. D. and
did not feel Immediately that wonderfully
calm, cool seimtion that come*when the itch
to takenawajr. Thlf wmthing- waah penetratea
the pore*, giroa initant relief the wort
In "The Marrionettes", Clara Kimball Young, the artiste sup-
erb, riserto great heights in her delineationof ithe simple little
country girl who blossoms into a Parisian butterly and wins
her hiisband's love.
RED CROSS BENEFIT
ALL NET PROCEEDS GO TO THE BEMIDJI RED
CROSS Y BBRMISSION MINNESOTA PHHLIC
I0cand20c 7:20 ami^:QO
KIDNEY TROUBLE NO
Applicants for Insurance
An examining physician for one,
of the prominent Life Insurance
Companies, in an interview of the
subject, made the astonishing state
ment that one reason why so many
applicants for insurance are rejected
is because kidney trouble is so com
mon to the American people, and
the large majority of those whose
applications are declined do not even
suspect that they have the disease.
Judging from reports from drug
gists who are constantly in direct
touch with the public, there is one
preparation that has been very sue-!
cessful in overcoming these condi
tions. The mild and healing influ
ence of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is
soon realised. It stands the high
est for its remarkable record of sue
We find that Swamp-Root is strict
ly an herbal compound and he would1
advise our readers who feel in need
of such a remedy to give it a trial.
It is on sale at all drug stores in
bottles of two sizes, medium and
However, if you wish first to test
this great preparation send ten cents
to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Btcghamton,
N.Y., for a sample bottle* WAen
writing he sure, and -mention /the
Bemidji Daily Pioneer.-r-Adv.
Sign Food Pledge
Do Not Pay Money
When you siga tha
and enroll aa a member'of toe
Food Administration, pay no
There are no data or other
fees, and the only obligation
ou assume is to oo-operate to
the best of your ability in the
saving of food.
President Wilson says there
is no other way in whioh yon
can so greatly assist in win
u'ng the war.
SELECT PICTURES PRESENT*
WM. S. HART
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A SPECIAL 6 PARTS
Thursday and Friday
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Ultra smart, ultra .fascinat
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everyone who likes the ulti
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fascinating interest. It. is, a
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big attraction that inarks a
new plane in interestsp-inp&g
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