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All officers were re-elected at the
meeting of the Ladies' Aid society
of the Methodist church yesterday
afternoon, held at the home of the
president, Mrs. P. L. Hines. The offi
cers are as follows:
PresidentMrs. P. L. Hines.
Vice-PresidentMrs. Clayton Win
SecretaryMrs. B. H. Denu.
Treasurer-^~Mrs. F. T. Beaver.
Miss Laura May Banfell and Harry
B. Osborne were married yesterday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Banfell
home on Irvine avenue, Rev. A. M.
Soper officiating. They were attend
ed by Miss leabell Banfell and Leslie
SURPRISED BY FRIENDS.
A number of friends and neighbors
pleasantly surprised Mrs Martin
Connciiey of Mississippi avenue yes
terday afternoon. The hours were
passed in conversation and knitting,
and lunch was served. The self-
fvUed guests were, Mesdaines D.
Burgess, Joe Bisiar, 33. Hazen, James
Caulfield, Fred Caulfield, Harry
Mooney, A. C. Newton, O'Connor,
Albert Smart, Charles Bush, Mary
Gambell, 0. E. Erwig and M. Cor
J60.000 to loan on rarms. Dean
Land Co. Mltf
Mrs. A. B. Foster of Mizpah is a
visitor in the city today.
Miss Georgia Smith is ill at her
home with the Spanish influenza.
For hay, see Ed. Akre. Godd mid
land hay. Phone 265-W. 3d 1123
A. Flatner, druggist, at the Barker
Drug and Jewelry store, is ill at his
One dozen photographs makes
twelve Christmas, presents. Hak
E. Z. Mark of Willow River is
spending the day here on business
L. T. Flake of Minneapolis is
spending a short time in Bemidji on
If want a car
call1,Enterprise Autoyou. Co Offic phone residence
phone 10. 56tf
a H. P. Krause of Park Rapids is
.among the business visitors regis
tered at the Markham.
R.,C. Grohowsky of Duluth is a
"^business visitor today, being a guest
at tae Hotel Markham.
Call and gee our bargains in trim
med hats. v3LaFontisee Millinery.
Charles ^.raold, one of the Bemidji
olicemen, is suffering-from an at
tack of the Spanish "flu."
Estrl Cochran, son of Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Cochran, Sr., is recovering
from an attack of the Spanish "flu."
"Keep 'etf smiling.*' Send your
boy over there portraits, post cards,
kodak prita.r Rich Studio, 29
10th St. lmol214
Mr. and Mrs. Willard E. Treleaven
of Hannah, N.- D., are spending a
few flays in the city while on their
wedding toOr, being guests of Mr.
and Mrs. P. L. Hines.
Grnt redaction-on all trimmed and
tailored hats. LaFontisee Millinery.
,L. G. Watkins left Wednesday
morning for Camp Dodge, after
sp-*ndingr a five-day furlough with
wife at the home of her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Henderson.
Will give all the wood for clear
ing my laud and furnish team to
hen! the wood. A good chance for
someone. E.J. Willits, 407 Beltrami
J. C. Hessell of Brainerd J. A.
Kirkwood, Duluth W. L. McCormick,
Minneapolis: E. W. Heliersteat, Min
neipolis, and G. J. Lickerman of St.
Psul t-re'among the business visitors
STOP CATARRH! OPEN
.plied In Nostrils
i-Colds at Once.
imiiiiiii iitui in in
If your nostrils are clogged and
your head is stuffed and you can't
breathe freely because of a cold or
catarrh, just get a small bottle of
Ely's Cream Balm at any drug store
Apply a little of this fragrant, anti
septic cream into your' nostrils and
let it penetrate through every air
passage of your head, soothing and
healing the inflamed, swollen mu
cous membrane and you get instant
*h! how irood it feels. Your nos
fcrfls are open, your head is clear, no
more iiawntng, snuffling, blowing no
more headache, dryness or struggling
for breath. Ely's Cream Balm is just
what sufferers from head colds and
catarrh need* It't a delight
THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 21,1918 THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
Effie A. Sprague of Northome is a
guest in the city.
A. Jenson of Minneapolis is spend
ing the day here on business.
R, E. Nelson of Crookston is a
business visitor in Bemidji today.
G. P. Green of Minneapolis passed
the day here on business matters.
A. A. Bloom of Chicago is among
the business visitors in Bemidji to
Mrs. Carl Blom of town of Eckles
passed Wednesday in the city shop
H. E. Chilson of St. Paul is among
the out-of-town business visitor's
John Paulson of Milwaukee is
spending a short time in the city on
Mrs, P. Brandvick of Nary drove
to Bemidji yesterday and passed sev
eral hours with friends.
Mrs. Ralph Dickinson of Buena
Vista drove to Bemidji Wednesday
and spent the day shopping.
A. Bermein of Minneapolis is
spending the day here on business,
being a guest at the hotel Markham.
Mrs. Frank Lucas, who had visited
relatives in Peronville, Mich.', for a
month, returned to her home in Be
cida yesterday, ^i
Mrs. M. W. Taylor and Mrs. Pearl
Bucksen of Lake Plantagenet drove
to Bemidji yesterday and spent the
day with friends.
Louis Morain returned yesterday
from Payrtesville Where he had been
for some time. The trip of 260 miles
was made on horseback.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coppernoil of
town of Liberty went to Minneapolis
yesterday where Mr.-Coppemoll will
undergo on operation for gall-stones.
Your friends can buy anything you
give them except your photograph.
Call 239 and make arrangement with
Hak's Studio for your Christmas
sitting today. llltf
Miss Inga Nyhus and Mrs. O.
Amundson of Becida were business
visitors in the city Wednesday. They
accompanied Mrs. Stecker, who is
suffering from nervous trouble, to the
Mrs. Ira French, teacher in the
Bemidji Business college, has re
turned from Little Falls, where she
was called by the death ,of her
brother's wife, Mrs. G. C. Raymond,
who died Saturday. Death was due
to pneumonia, following an attack of
the Spanish influenza. She was 46
years old and leaves her husband
and five children.
Is your da.ee drawn? Color
poor? Temper short? You
are only as old as you look.
To look young your body must
be free from impurities and
poisons. Constipation is the
enemy of youth, good complex
ions and good health. Hams
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea will
keep your system clean and
active, bringing health and
happiness. Relieves constipa
tion and stimulates liver and
kidneys, without griping and
City Drug Store
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
HUGE SPECTACLEREX TONIGHT
Tonight, commencing at 7:20
o'clock, will be shown fori the first
time in Bemidji that stupendous
spectacle "Crashing Through to Ber-
lin," a Jewel Productions feature,
one of the most amazing ever shown
on a screen in any theatre through
out the country. It is now being
shown in the big theatres of the larg
est cities and press critics have been
strong in their praise of this mon
ster aggregation. The matinee to
morrow will start at 1:30 and run
the rest of the afternoon. The sec
ond showing at night is at 9 o'clock
and there are seven gripping reels.
Scores upon scores of incidents in
the camp, on the march, with the big
uns, taking of prisoners, air
artillery duels, how the Lusi
tania was sunk, the destruction of
a Zeppelin, all these bring the war
home to you as no description ever
Don't miss seeing this one.
AGAIN SEE IT.
The first showing of "Over the
Top," the magnificent Vitagraph pic
ture made from Empey's famous war
book, was the most noteworthy event
in the history of the Elko theatre
and one of the most inspiring pa
triotic incidents this city has wit
nessed since the United States en
tered the war.
"Over the Top" is a triumph.
Closely following the soul-stirring
narrative of the sergeant's "note
book of a Tommie," there has been
woven into the play a strong roman
tic story, inspiringly American in
theme and thrilling in dramatic in
tensity. It is a wonderful,visualiza
tion of the methods of fighting -as
pursued on the western battle front,
and yet is devoid of the horrors wrhich
have sickened the hearts of ail civil
ized beings when they read of the
slaughter instituted by the "Kul
tured" .-beast of Berlin.
"Over the Top" is to appear at the
Elko theatre tonight and Friday,
matinee and evening. It's excellence,
in every way, surely warrants a re
peat engagement that those who
missed the first showing may see it
also those who did see it should again
see "Over the Top."
The famous Dorothy Dalton is to
appear at the Grand theatre tonight
in a spirited drama of the frontier
entitled "Flare-Up Sal,'* a Paramount
picture, produced by Thos. H. Ince.
This photoplay is based on events in
the west, is full of romance, thrills
and suspense. It is said Miss Dalton
appears to better advantage in this
play than at any time since "Flame
of the Yukon."
Will be paid for the arrest and con
viction of the parties who stole my
radiator presto lite tank and car
burator off my Buick truck. W. G.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. George
Lyon, November 19, a son.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Ripple November 18. Mr.
Ripple is in the government service,
being in the spruce division, at Van
Born, to Mr. and-' Mrs. "P.. A.
Boquist, November 20, a daughter.
November 19 a daughter was born
to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Coe of Irvine
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Bakkum, November 17, a daughter.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express our heartfelt
thanks to the neighbors and friends
and especially 3fr. Haywood, who so
untiringly assisted us through the
illness and death or our beloved wife
and mother!-Frank Bahr and Chil
B. P. 0. E. ELKS
There will be a regular meeting of
the Elks lodge Thursday evening.
E. H. JERRARD, Sec'v.
You will sigh with relief at the flrat mafia
touch of D. J. the soothing wash of oil*.
Many of our customers thank us for tWa
advice. Tern toUl too. TryP.D.D. today. W
-Barker's Drug Store
9 iVJb^l mf'. 9 ttHV
TONIGHT & FRIDAY
Repeat Showing of
The Wonderful Nine Act
SERGT. GUY EMPEY
Mats. & Eves.Prices 10c-20c
REX Theatre TONIGHT and TOMORROW
PricesChildren 15 cents, Adults 25 cents
MatineeCommences 1:30, continuous run.
EveningFirst run 7:20 second 9 o'clock
See all that our boys see and a hundred times more through
the eyes of a thousand cameras-every great incident on all the
big fighting fronts for four years.
See an air raid, a battle of flyers, see the German prisoners,
see the Hun fought to a standstill. Go through a gas attack
with our boys, march with them, watch them amuse themselves,
see how they live, how they fight, how they're cared for. See
Paris go wild over them. Look behind the scenes at all the big
events.. Grasp the war as a whole. Spend a couple of hours
with the boys who are giving their lives to save you and your
home. See it and be a better citizen. See it NOW!
THE WHOLE COLOSSAL DRAMA OF THE Wi
Eor Quick Returns and Highest Cash Market Prices
Hides, Furs, Wool,
Sheep Pelts and Bee
Wax and Tallow
To NORTHERN HIDE & FUR COMPANY
118 Belt. Ave. Bemidji, Minnesota
OU BOY S WENT
Ove the Top"
Then the "Huns" Surrendered
Again See How 'Twas Done
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Sergt. Arthur Guy Empey in Vitagrapb's master production,
Over the Top
Special Nine-Reel Feature
Usual Prices, 10c and 20e
Matinees, 2:30 Evenings, 7:30 and 9:15
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, NOV. 21-22
DAILY PIONEER WANT ADS BRING RESULTS