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BEMIDJI NEWSY NOTES
To each day give an interesting and complete review
of the city's social activities is our desire. This page is
devoted to personal mention, social items and news
briefs and we solicit your cooperation in its maintenance.
Items phoned or mailed to this office are appreciated by
readers of the paper and by the publishers.
John and Marie Erickson of town
of Liberty are ill at their home.
Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy and little
daughter, Colette, have, gone to
$50,000 to loan on rarms.
Henry Stechman of Tenstrike was
among the business visitors in Be
Mr. and Mrs. Billie Rlddell of
Turtle River transacted business in
the city yesterday
Mrs. H. J. Laney of Turtle River
passed yesterday In the city shopping
and calling on friends.
Miss Jennie Kittleson, of the Baz
aar store, has returned from a visit
with friends at Fosston.
Cash paid for liberty bonds. In
auire room 51, Markham hotel.
The Bemidji Farmers' club his
postponed its meeting which was to
have been held Saturday, until April
Twin sons were born to Mr. and
Mrs. C. R. Acherman of this city
at St. Anthony's hospital this morn
Mrs. S. Annette and her daughter,
Mrs. William Johnson, are visiting
at the Dr. Winthrop home in Par*
Rapids for two weeks.
J. Bouldac has opened a store on
320 Minn. Ave., and ^ill carry a
complete line of groceries and feed.
Mr. and Mrs. McClure, who
have resided in Bemidji during the
winter months, moved to their farm
in Grant Valley Tuesday
M. E. Marshall of town of Liberty
hass returned home from over seas
service, having been in France for
the past several months.
Mrs. William Lily, who has been
at St. Anthony's hospital receiving
treatment, was taken to her home
on Fourth street yesterday
See the Bemidji Stationary store
for rubber stamps, fac simile signa
ture stamps, notarial seals and cor
poration seals. 35tf
Miss Ida Stenlund of Leonard was
among the business vibitors in the
city yesterday. She returned to her
home on the afternoon train
G. Oliver Riggs, director of the
Bemidji band, was unable to conduct
the regular rehearsal,of the organ
ization last night, as a result of ill
There will be a regular meeting of
the Ladies of the Mooseheart Legion,
at the Moose hall, this evening at
8 o'clock. All members are urged
The Royal Neighbor lodge will
give a dance April 22 in the Odd Fel
lows hall ld49
There will be prayer meeting ths
evening in the Swedish Lutheran
church, conducted by Rev T. B. No'-
dale. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to attend.
There will be a special meeting of
the Masonic lodge in the Masonic
hall this evening There will be work
in the third degree It is urged (hat
a large number attend.
The proceeds of the pie social held
in the Murray school, town of Hor
net, recently, amounting to $27.50,
will be sent to the Armenian and
Syrian relief committee.
Electric sulphur vapor baths, the
bath for the treatment of locomotor
atoxy, asthma, lumbago, pleurisy,
sciatica rheumatism. Phone. 776-J or
call at 1009 Bemidji Ave J. F.
J. C. Cretty, of Minneapolis, rep
resenting the Brooks Elevator com
pany, was in Bemidji today on busi
ness matters pertaining to the Bel
trami Elevator and Milling company
Mrs. H. L. Finke of Berthold,
N. D., who has been visiting at the
H. C. Geil home, has been called to
her home, on account of the illness
of her husband, who has an attack
of the "flu
Guy Baldwin of town of Liberty
was among the business visitors the
first of the week. He came to meet
his brother who arrived from Iowa,
and who will visit him during the
Claude Malzahn, who recently
graduated from the Austin Auto
school returned to Remidji vesterday
En route to this city he viifted rela
tives at Good Thunder and Minne
apolis for a few days
Clifford MontaRiie, who has re
cently returned from lrilitarj ser
ice on the Mexican border, ha.a ac
cepted a position in llenrv Miller's
store on Beltrami avenue, which
position he held before entering tlis
Oeorge Reis, of St Cloud, ne of
the stockholders in the Beltrami Ele
vator and Milling company, f in Be
midji today on^xfiaatters relating to
tk lire which eo&lRetely destroyed
the.plant of the company here Mon
WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 9, 1919 THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. White, who
have been visiting at New Orleans
and San Diego, Cal., for some time,
are expected to retuin to Bemidji the
first of the week.
Clarence Rood, son of Mr. and Mrs.
O C. Rood of this city, returned to
Bemidji last evening irom France,
being a member of the 151 Engin
eers. Rood had been in trance since
last September and during the last
two weeks of the war, was at the
The Minnesota Electric Light &
Power company will not keep open
until ten o'clock' evenings of the
tenth of the month as formerly, but
will close at 6 p. m. 2d410
Mrs. Elmer Ryan and little son,
Robert, of Bend, Ore, are visiting
Mrs. Ryan's brother, Henry Wilson,
who lives near Bemidji. Mrs Ryan
will be a guest at the Earle A Bark
er home tomorrow l'he Ryans are
former residents of this city, having
moved to Bend about eight jears
George W. Ilinton, traveling rep
resentative for the "Eyes of the
World," photoplay feature which hab
been drawing packed house in St
Paul and Minneapolis, was in the
city yesterday. The play is from the
book written by Harold Bell Wright.
It will be shown at tho Elko theatre
K. Doe of Duluth, United States
nnturalization examiner, was in Be
midji last night. Mr Doe conducts
the examinations of persons in Bel
trami county desiring citizenship,
and will be at the September term of
district court for such a purpose. He
announces that all applicants for
citizenship papers and their wit
nesses must present their draft
classification cards when they ap
pear in court, if within draft ages,
18 to 40
The Presbyterian Ladies Aid so
ciety will meet tomorrow afternoon
in the church basement. A picnic
supper will be served A cordial in
vitation is extended
HOSTESSES TO AID.
Mrs. E Clo\er and Mrs S
Oison will be hostesses to the Ladies
Aid srciety of the Swedish Lutheran
church tomorrow afternoon at 2:30
o'clock in the church basement
Lunch will be served. A cordial in
vitation is extended to all
REV. JOHNSON HOST.
"The Future Welfare of the
American Child" will be the subject
of County Superintendent Mc
Ghee'h talk at the meeting of the
Men's society of the First Scandina
vian church this evening. Instru
mental numbers will be given by Mips
Ragnhild Moe and vocal numbers by
A Rood The girls chorus will give
several selection Rev Osmund
Johnson, pastor of the church, will
be host at his home, 801 Irvine
avenue A cordial invitation is ex
A New Shock for the British.
London.The American soldier's ca
pacity for chocohUe i.s vcr-eadlng
source of wonder to Briiishers, a won
der that has ju been gi\en a new
stimulus by a contract the Y. MCA
has closed to take over a plant arm
o.nnufacture chocolates300 tons of
chocolates a luomh.
Clothes Cleaners for Men, Women
PERFECT PEACE AND
When you eat
Koors Ice Cream
NOTED BRITISH AUTHOR
^(0 Western Newspaper t?nlon_
John Galsworthy, the distinguished
British author and publicist, who Is
now visiting in this country.
INDIAN TRIBES HIT BY "FLU"
Many Found Dead In Remote Places,
Far From Medical
Salt Lake City.Certain tribes of
Indians on reservations in Utah have
been almost decimated by the Influ
enza epidemic, according to uncon
firmed reports reaching the state board
of health here.
Advices from San Juan county, in
the soutWrn part of the state, say
that fully 2,000 perished when the epi
demic swept the Navajo reservation.
Bodies are being found in many out
of the way places, it is reported, where
Indians, men, women and children,
died alone and far from medical as
A canvass is being u^ade in this
section, and it is feared that one or
two small tribes may have been wiped
out entirely. Realizing the epidemic
character of the disease the Indians
wandered away from their tribesmen,
It is said, and strict account of deaths
is virtually Impossible.
The Sugar Shortage.
Colonel House at a Paris reception
was talking about the French sugar
"The FILMKII sugar ration is a pound
monthIf you get it," he said.
"Usually \ou don't get it, and Ihen
you buv your sugar clandestinely The
price is .c0
or 00 cents a pound
"After enduring the French sngar
shortage for a mouth or twu," the
colonel ended "you think very long-
ing!} of the pi-ice-tlme plenty soon to
come, and jou appreciate as never be
fore the wonderful beauty of the dear
old h.Miiu. 'In the sweet by-and-by.'**
GO TO THE RESCUE
-Fol- Don't Wait 'Till It's Too Lat
low the Example of a
Rescue and aching back.
If it keeps on aching, trouble may
Often it indicates kidney weakness.
If you neglect the kidneys' warn
Look out for uninary disorders.
This Bemidji citizen will show you
how to go to the rescue.
Mrs J. P. Pogue, 521 Fourth St.,
says- "I had dull pains my back
and hipo for a long time. My kid
neys acted irregularly and I always
felt worse after I exerted myself. My
feet would swell and my head ached.
I tried different kinds of remedies
without relief. Finally I got Doan'a
Kidney Pills at Barker's Drug Store
and began using them. Two boxes
cured me and I have had no return
of the trouble."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedyget
Doan's Kidney Pillsthe same that
Mrs. Pogue had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfgrs Buffalo, N. Y.
She Sure Was
Up Against It
Her husband had de
serted her she had
lost her job and her
baby was hungry.
WHAT DID SHE DO?
You'll find out when
This new World produc
tion is a peach of a
Garden land inclined to be wet
should be thoroughly drained before
crops are planted upori It. If tile
drains or open ditches can not be
provided, the next best thing is to
plant the crops on slight ridges, so
as to get their roots above the water
table in the soil.
All work guaranteed.
Work called f?r and de
Phone 488 ill 6th St
General Agent for this city,
lady or gentlemaneven if yoo
are now employed. You can eas
ily make $50 to $100 per week
without giving up your present
position. No experience neces
sary, I teach you how. Write for
full particulars and* free working
out-fit to the
William L. Tull
105-Sherman Bldg., Duluth, Minn.
Why Druggists Recommend
For many years druggists have
watched with much interest the re
markable record maintained by Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Boot, the great kid
ney, liver and bladder medicine.
It is a physician's prescription.
Swamp-Root is a strengthening
medicine. It helpB the kidneys, liver
and bladder do the work nature in
tended they should do.
Swamp-Root has stood the test of
years. It is sold by all druggists on
its merit and it should help you. No
other kidney medicine has so many
Be sure to get Swamp-Root and
start treatment at once.
However, if you wish first to test
this great preparation send ten cents
to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton,
N. Y., for a sample bottle. When
writing be sure and mention the Be
midji Daily Pioneer.
In Paramount picture
"THE GIRL WHO
iiThe Story of Steel"
An intimate visit among the
Thomas I Line?
A Awi -i-r J*T Picture
GRAN SATURDAYS* SUN.
W. H. Clifford Photoplay Co., Victor Kremer, General
"Denny From Ireland"
an Irish-American comedy drama in 5 parts
WM S. HART
"THE ANGEL OF HELL'S KITCHEN"
10c, 20c7:20, 9:00
Engagement extraordinaryCarl Laemmle presents
in Rupert Julian's thrilling suspense drama
I COMING FRIDAY--71?,
Same Big Show Direct
FROM SHUBERT, MINNEAPOLIS,
SEVEN WEEKS RUN.
BEMIDJI HAS NEVER SEEN ITS EQUAL
3 DaysFriday, Saturday,
Sunday, April 11, 12, 13
Matinee 2:30Price 25c and 50c, plus war tax
Evening, First Show 7:30 second 9:15
Majority of seats 50c, a few rows 75c
"Come Again Smith" was his nicknameHe earned it. Later he
got into an amusing mixup. Told the truth to get himself out, but
was believed by Only one girl
You Will Like This PictureWe Did So Well That We
Booked It Immediately
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY at the