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HOSTESS TO GUILD.
The Guild of the Episcopal church
will meet at the home of Mrs. H. W.
Bolger, 1115 Bemidji avenue, tomor-
$*? row afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. All
members are cordially invited
i^nf MBS. GOULD HOSTESS
I St. Philip's Red Cross circle will
be entertained at the home of Mrs.
B. P. Gould tomorrow afternoon at
her Home 1208 America avenue.
This is the ftrst meeting of the circle
since the epidemic ban was lifted.
$60,000 to loan on rarnis. Dean
Land Co d71tf
LeRoux of Duluth is in the city
on business matters
Morrison. Jr., of Red Lake
is a business visitor today.
John B. O'Connell of Deer River
is spending 'the day here on business
One dozen photographs makes
twelve Christmas presents Hak
Mrs. A Patrick of Brainerd is
spending a few days in the city on
Mrs Geror of Sugar Bush town
ship passed yesterday in the city
Miss Helen Harrison of Minneapo
lis is among the guests at the hotel
C. McCarthy of Grand Rapids
is among the out-of-town business
If you want a car car Enterprise
Auto Co Office phone 1, residence
phone 10. 66tf
Mrs W E Henderson and daugh
ter of Cass Lake are spending the
day in the city.
Mrs H. Burnham has returned
from a visit with relatives in Sugar
Mr and Mrs. E. E. Kenfieid left
this noon for Washburn, Wis, where
they will spend a few days.
Mrs. James O'Neal of Turtle River
passed serosal hows in Bemidji
Tuesday on business matters
"Keep 'em smiling" Send your
boy over there portraits, post cards,
kodak prints. Rich Studio, 29
"10th St. lmol214
Miss Vivian Severans left last
evening for Canton, 111, where she
will spend the winter with her sister.
W Purvis of Grand ForkB, N
is among the out of town visitors
today, being a guest at the Matfcham
Mrs Hi nscn and Miss C. Red
,mond of Wilkinson, Minn are among
the guests at the Hotel Markham
Jpck Reinke left last evening for
Brainerd, en route to the Twin Cities
where he expects to remain until
Your friends can buy anything you
give them except your photograph.
OaM 2U9 and make arrangement with
Hak's Studio for your Christmas
sitting toaav. llltf
Kelley, who had visited friends
in town of Frohn for a short time,
returned to his home in Niagara,
N D, Tuesday.
Mrs. Stondahl and Mrs A A
Holmes of Pinewood passed Tuesday
in the city shopping, returning home
on the evening train.
Mrs W. Cochran, Sr, returned
this morning from Minneapolis ond
Greenwood, Wis., where she spent
several days with friends and relativ
es Her mother, Mrs Paul Rossman,
of Greenwood "accompanied her home
and .11 spend the winter here
QUESTION CLEARED DP
Bemidji Reader* C*n No Longer
Doubt the Evidence.
Again and again we have read of
strangers in distant towns who have
been cured by this or that medicine.
But Bemidji's pertinent question has
always been "Has anyone here in
Bemidji been cured?" The word of
a stranger living a hundred miles
away may be true, but it cannot have
the same weight with us as the word
of our own citisens, whom we know
and respect, and whose evidence we
can so easily prove.
O. E. Ericksen, Prop, of grocery,
1223 Minnesota Ave., Bemidii, says.
"Several years ago when working on
the street railway I had a bad attack
kidnev complaint, caused by so
much jolting and shaking. It finally
settled in my back and made it hard
for me to keep going. My kidneys
acted irregularly. Two boxes of
Doan's Kidney Pills cured me anJ
since then I have been free from
Pric2 60c at all dealers Don't
simpb ask for a kidney remedyget
Doan's Kidney Pillsthe same that
Mr. Ericksen had. Foster-Milbum
Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
illlMllllIlT TH-t \__
1WEDNI3DAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20, IMS THE BEM1DJI DAILY PIONEER
Mrs. Charles McDonald of town of
Northern was the guest of friends
Jones and Miss Ella Jones
of Schoolcraft were the guests of
friends In the city yesterday.
S. Lungren of Eagle Bend has re
turned to his home after a week's
deer hunt near Turtle River While
there he was the guest of his sister,
Mrs George Clark.
Mrs. Jorgenson of Haywood,
Wis, is visiting at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Olive Williams, for a
few days. Mrs Jorgenson is a
former resident of Bemidji.
Mrs Hattie Ostrander left last
evening for Sawtelle, Cal, where she
will spend the winter with her sister,
Mrs Claude DaviB and also visit her
father, Abe Clark, who is at the sol
diers' home She expects to return
to Bemidji in the spring.
Mr and Mrs. Walter Marcum re
turned yesterday noon from Crook
ston where they were called by the
death of Mr Marcum's father, J.
Marcum The funeral was held Mon
day afternoon, Rev E E Shawl of
the Methodist church officiating
Miss Leah Berman, who has passed
several days in the city with friends
and relatives, will leave this evening
for her home in Minneapolis Miss
Berman, who is associated with her
brother in the insurance business in
this city, also maintains an office in
Minneapolis She stated yesterday
that this may be her last visit to
Bemidji for some time to come, as
she exp^ctes her call to France,
where she will go as a Red Cross
worker Her application has gone to
the war board and she may receive
her call at any time Miss Berman
formerly made her home in Bemidji
Thousands upon thousands of
women have kidney and bladder trou
ble and never suspect It
Women's complaints often prove to
be nothing else but kidney trouble,
or the result of kidney or bladder
If the kidneys are not in a healthy
condition, they may cause the other
organs to become diseased
Pain in the back, headache, loss of
ambition, nervousness, are often
times symptoms of kidney trouble
Don't delay starting treatment
Dr Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a phy
sician's prescription, obtained at any
drug store, may be just the remedy
needed to overcome such conditions
Get a medium or large size bottle
immediately from any drug store
However, if you wish first to test
tliis great preparation send ten cents
to Dr Kilmer & Co, Binghamton,
N Y., for a sample bottle When
writing be sure and mention the
Bemidji Daily Pioneer,
A Spirited Drama of the
THOMAS H. INCE
'Flare Up' Sal
You will like this thrilling
story of the California gold
fields. Full of thrills, romance,
and breath-taking suspense.
OFFICIAL WAR REVIEW
Fred Dunlap left last evening for
Minneapolis and St. Paul where he
will spend a month or six weeks, the
guest of friends.
B. P. O. ELKS
There will be a regular meeting of
the Elks lodge Thursday evening.
H. JBRRARD, 8ec'v.
HAVE ROSY CHEEKS
AND FEEL FRESH AS
A DAISYTRY THIS!
Says glaas of hot water with
phosphate before breakfast
washes out poisons
To see the tinge of healthy bloom
In your face, to see your skin get
clearer and clearer, to wake up with
out a headache, backache, coated
tongue or a nasty breath, in fact to
feel your best, day in and day out,
just try inside-bathing every morn
ing for one week.
Before breakfast each day, drink
9. glass of real hot water with a tea
ipoonful of limestone phosphate in it
frs a harmless means of washing from
the stomach, liver, kidneys and
bowels the previous day's indigestible
waste, sour bile and toxins thus
eleansmg, sweetening and purifying
the entire alimentary and canal be-j
fore putting more food into the stom
ach. The action of hot water and
limestone phosphate on an empty
stomach is wonderfully invigorating.
It cleans out all the sour fermenta
tions, gases and acidity and gives one
a splendid appetite for breakfast.
A quarter pound of limestone
phosphate will'-eost very little at the
drug store but is sufficient to demon
strate that just as soap and and hot
water cleanses, sweetens and fresh
ens the skin, so hot water and lime
stone phosphate act on the blood and
Internal organs. Those who are sub
ject to constipation, bilious attacks,
acid stomach, rheumatic twinges, also
those whose skin is sallow and com
plexion pallid, are assured that one
week of inside-bathing will have them
both looking and feeling better in
TONIGHT, LAST TIMES
"Pick of the Pictures"
with Edw. Coxen, Helen
JDunbar, Jos. J. Dowling
in the excellent play
Also a Comedy
THURSDAY and Friday
Repeat Showing of
'Over the Top'
The Wonderful Nine Act
SERGT. GUY EMPEY
Mats. & Eves.Prices 10c-20c
In Her Latest Comedy Bonanza
"GOOD NIGHT PAUL"
This little star will be remembered as the mountain
girl in "Intolerance."
Two-Part Continuous Laugh
10c and 20c 7:20 and 9 o'Clock
See "CRASHING THROUGH TO BERLIN"
r.nn or. /nn pain
for the arrest and con
viction onmthernrpartiesarrant who stolie my
radiator presto lite tank and car
buretor off my Buick truck. W. G.
My wife having left my home, I
will not be responsible for any of
her bills Joe Dumond. 3dll20
P, No I
CRASHING THROUGHto BERLIN
Fast on the heels of that solemn funeral procession came the news of Austria's ultimatumSerbia's defiance-
Russia's mobilizationGermany's violation of Belgium's rightsher invasion by the HunFrance's energetic
actionEngland's declarationand you and the world were lost in a maze of events that for four years have
ruled life and threatened your future.
Now See the War as a WholeThe World's Own Drama in Seven Reels
All other dramas sink into insignificance beside this stupendous picture. It is the Most Colossal Drama in History
-Its Stage is the WorldStatesmen, Field-Marshals and High Admirals its StarsWith 20,000,000 Fighting Men
and the Peoples of more than a Score of Nations in the Cast.
An Authentic Record That Challenges the World for Comparison
Filmed in ActionAn Imperishable RecordMarshalling the Mighty Moves of the Masterly Minds that Guide the
Destiny of a Stricken World at War. A drama so vasts hugeof such enormous and imposing magnitude that
nothing but this Authentic Record or its onward sweep to a Victorious Climax can be comprehended in its
entirety by the human mind.
See It as an EntertainmentSee It for PleasureSee It as an Education-See It as an
Epoch-Marking Eventas a Historical Precedentthe Filming of a World War in all
its AspectsThat Can Never After Leave Your Memory
HOURS AND PRICESMatinees continuous, commencing at 1:30 o'clock Evenings 7:20 and 9 o'Clock.
CHILDREN 15 CENTSADULTS 25 CENTS
OUR BOY S WENT
"Over the Top"
Then the "Huns" Surrendered
Again See How Twas Dane
Sergt. Arthur Guy Empey in Vitagraph'g master production,
Over the Top."
Special Nine-Reel Feature
Usual Prices, 10c and 20c
Matinees, 2:30 Evenings, 7:30 and 9:15
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