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Mrs. Thomas Curran of' Moorheaa
!li?were among the Bemidji callers on
i in ii i i I I
Fr'idK BarKef motored to Bemldjif 6, H. Earner of Bratnerd pent
r'estarday and transacted business, Friday iqi Bemidji on business.
Ivan Wheeler of Bemer was a
ldjl business caller on Friday.
8. A. Cutter of.Waville call
friends in the city yesterday.
Take home a'wick of Koor'a lcf
A Mtss Marie RiVer of Shevlin was
5 the-guest of friends in this city on.
Donald Blue of Northern^ motored
,to Bemidji on Friday and transacted
A. Carlson of Turtle River is
ftjvisifing with Bemidji frlendjsjforya:
$($jfcr. andc^)ts B, iJ^fetna J
^Owejtonha -were among ,tfteou^
Jpfe Miss Marion Laney of Turtle River
pis visiting'with Bemidji friends for
interFifty boys and girls at
i'^Troppman's Grocery Monday morn-'
5 i BcUses Ruth and Margaret Imsftaht
are the guests of Bemld-
^|iji /frlei:.as for a short timeV
'"""'""ilf. and MrsrCryd^Martin ot'T&f-'
tie ^RiTor, motored to Bemidji
Friday and visited with friends.
Married Life, that's
'^fbbii'-t Ever Marry."Rex. tt7-24
iiias Naomi Chapman arrived last
$fevening ffom Royajton, to be the
'^liguest of her sister, Esther, for a few
A^fedays. ^-i'-"-'- -4:'
\M& i i f! ^:r^-
Miss Harriet Sejsbn^b^^inneapo
Bemidji and vi
pSr Mrs^attie Ostrander returned to
fi|5her home tn TurJtle^Riv^i Fjiday aft
npler spending- :thev,Db::w
who resides near the
s* Wmim- ycs^rpay. He reports a severe'
i winrfstorm.in'that vicinity &a Thurs-
'""pf^^x"DqS^' Ever- Marry," '%A
geyser of giggles. Guaranteed to cure
"^tfe makes the sick weH
--Her Try to get in
i*sPanyferouch.I '$& ma
S#tA First National^atti
iillt'.'-. -i i
-w.v.- K:i~, Tfenls
Mfs. W. Ki, Denlson and' infant son
left Svesterday Morning for Interna-'
i tional Falh$ tf^meet her daughter,
-t|p'BillyI who has w*nt^he past several
^#weekjs with her^thtv^Wrs. Fred Bis*
#iette at Orr. They will return this
Wbrganize class in voice and piano. The
ln4i*iduality of each student stu
died. Phone 894. :T
122 6 Lake Boule
vard: ft.- ^t7-24!
M^. and Mrs. %^M
jdet \returned frojn^ia
tri *on"which theli^visited Ut Btif
falo\| Detroit, NiagM Falls^ Mackl
nac island and otheipfplnts, going by
waylbf the Great iMfes. They re
port 'having had a splendid trip and
|^i' -'Mii amTTjJfrs. A, JLllester frrrivefl
g^n the clty^ yfft.erday jWbrnlnfe from
'^fiDiilutb,, where ^etjhaseattended a df
meeting Of th Stone Ordear
iMrs. Jester 'pfent:r:'tb,
Sullivan and of St.
|^?and ]Wr. Su'Hvan returne^lV to
|#clties! for a few day^ He^yill ret
ptb Sdtwhy-. tonight whejfljtuft^tan
narihts. froni thertTt
^rwill wotor to Virginia to visit"*
SlP^ps^ IS^liiVn^ for a"'*!
retiirt Xq. St.
f&jBThe Bullivans are fdrmer resid
iOT'ul-series of lectures on Biblical tojp^
%mi(SB vMhe given In the^SweWsh la|H
Mlqiiaciiht Chrfstensbn's hall. Nymorei
Sifbeginhihg at '3 o'clock Sui$ay *#*$*
ifSiioonSiTheJsbeakeTs. -Me^Mr^and: Mrs.
IpA. E^CaTlberg, pf Chica^7 rndeplBn
Ipaent Inlssioii -.workers. /Their ^.firtt
M%nbjeps wrilVbe "Th/lemahcipatlon of
?m f*the tlfflihg fb^sses. according to.^the
lor ahbYe^^llto?" Wad"
Sii bharge^ ifflle^adet these
^taWnlvms ,sfre cor
orders of ov kind, needing giaeset
of iTaMftf repairea, coniut fhtm.
Vitfflcial eye* fitted.
E. H. Scott of Grand Rapids was a
business visitor here yesterday.,..,
Dr. and Mrs. Carlson^of I
spent the day in this city yest
'Coffee ShOP today.
on tdast Sunday.
-Coleman feove visited withies
'irehts, Mr. and Mrs. AC, Liilettse,,
Werner, the fote part of theitjeek.
airs. aack.Jenkinson, hM returned
her" liorne" in" Becidara'fter visiflng
fi^j| .Bomidji friends for a week, -t-
A Slargeffand sables .flrgantzation
desires toMt in communication with
Mowh'ers- of.l^rge tracts.^- Audress^JLoch
^fl Box.9Si, BeUidJl. MfnifV. ^Kttif
French, pastry at the "Markham
.Coffee Shop today. Cftamejl tomatoes
on toast Sunday. ld7-24
,Jiss Corinne O. Beaudry of Grand
\,Rapids was a Bemidji caller on Fri-
Bob Brpwn of Minneapolis arrived
this morning to oe the guest of Leslie
Bailey for a few days.
nch pastry at the Markham
Coffeer'Shbp today. Creamed tomatoes
on toast Sunday. ^t::,# icl7-24
Llp i.\ r?T'-.!^^
Mr. and Mrs. J. Florence and Mr.
and Mrs. T. R. Brown of Humboldt
(were Friday visitors-In this city.
I. Miss Alice Hetland /returned
Thursday from Fargo, -'where^ti* has
fbeen the guest of friends folrla^eek.
'French pastry at
Mr. and Mrs. G. Kreatz and daugh
ter, Lorraine, reft this morning for
a:-ten" day trip .through Yellowstone
j'funeral The "funera of. Mrs?. Sam Lalone,
Who passed away at Ottertail county
anatarlum at Battle Lake, on Mon
day, was held from the Methodist
church at 2 o'clock this .afternoon,
^ejy. Blaine Lambert [officiating.. In
terment was made in Greenwood.
Mr. and Mrs. R.^.W. Leibsle motor
ed up frbih Des Moines, Iowa, "arriv
spend the remainder of the summer
with Mrs. Lelhsle's parents, and
Mrs. .jW^E.^ Dean5 They Pre
tafee.thJ^.,niethod of thanking
bur friends for their kind assistance
during, the .long illness and death of
our beloved husband and son.
.Mrs., Joseph Hughes, and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hughes.
ENJOYABLE DANCE HELD AT
^t BIRCHMONT LAST EVENING
the -B^rchmont Beach summer
hotel last evening-a, fair sized attend
ance enjoyed the regular" Weekly
.dance,which is held each Friday*!
The' Synebpators four piece orches^
tra fuitifs'hed 'the music for the af-i
fair. In addition to the patrons of
the hotel, a number of Bemidji peo
ple attended. I
iMlForks on Thursday Ho meet hiin and
^Maccbmpany him to Dululh. tJilri Jest
return in a few'day to^Jrea-
Sealed bids will be received up to
and including August 2nd, 1920, ior
painting (two coats), all .'exterior
wood work, including gutters and
flashings on the High' School build
ing in the City of Bemidji. A certi4
fled''check or 10 ie cent to accom
pany bid. The right to rejebt any
or all bids is reserved.
BOARD OF EDUCATION, 1
\\..^c- By Jf T. Tuomy, Clerk
LIGHTNING STRIKES AND
E1IS HORSES ON THURSDAY
Lee Hiltz, a farmer living about
five 'miles west of Bemidji on the Jef
fersbn Highway, lost a valuable horse
.during the electric storm Thursday
night. The horse was standing neur
a tree between the farm home and
the barn when the lightning'struck
the tree and killed the horse.
Reports cbming from other resi
dents in that vicinity show that the
storm was hea'vy there. "Many trees
near the farm homes were struck.
ENGLISH TOO SLOW
FOR AJRIC TRADERS
Ljm'don (By Mail:)We.at African
natives are taking tip commercial
life with enthusiasm.
their ideas of 'swiftness, as the fol
lowing passages from a letter re
ceived by a^fi|^^:-dolnln^tttvllOttse
"i am greatly regretful to write
you -this,, and ask that my' order
whibl* w.as .issued td you some months
aoj for chemises had not-received up
to tthis period.-. Kindiy: return to me,
tlie money, amounting to ten shilr
li'ngs (about |2) if you cannot bear
responsible of shipping them to me.
^"Please if you are able or willing
to *d)eal with me, vibrate Off any sulg
gis'h manner in you."
Mrs,uCqieman Love entertained
'oJ5^'|Br oltljfcchool mates yest-
erd^y^afwrrioon'^at het home. Thej
time ^as^speht in music ahd ta1kin*gJ
tfver dtdl times' atiid a dainty, lunc
was'served late| ''in,:
Tb^se, present we"e 'Misses Ruth' and]
^fargaret Imsdahl of Baudette.'' Ma-
.rt^l^^e'y^f Turtle Rj^er,,and Mrs.
Oliver Cromwell of th"is ciiy Mrs.
Love was formerly Elsie Luense..
morning at the office of the clerk
of district:court to Joseph Allec and
Sjarte AiUo oi St. Cloud, Manitoba.
.Application for the license was- made
Wesley Barry, the screen's pre
miere juvenile, in a sextette of his
delectable "Bellhopisms" that sea
son "Don't Ever Marry,*' Marshall
Neilan's initial independent First
National production with a spice
that spells laughs rivaling Wes
ley's freckles in number.
IWl^RV ROBERTS Sill^EHART 3i&
in seven big partswitfi an all-star cast including'
LAWSON BUTT, CLARISSA SELWYN, Hi f^JtON
"ROSS, A CASTLETON, ANN FOREST,
:v,-- LEIGH -m
"Art Eminent AutHoW Production, Produced by
'Swh"G(adwyjk and Rex Beach
^I^Robferts Kinehart has probed the souls of men*
ahdVv^ien in this thundering drama of social forces
V.jatioir$nft^ Interpreted by an all-star
cast- and- directed ^$y"f'$ginald Barker this picture
-iiiarks an epoch irf'iilfrFfealism. i^a^i
HANKiWANN in ^BROKEN BUBBLES"3
the famous story by
Ind MONDAY S
SEVERAL POSTS CLAIM
Si. Paul, July 24Considerable
rivalry has sprung up among Min
hesota posts of the American Legion
as to which post has the leading mem
bership,' based upon the population
of the district in which the members
reside. A story recently was sent out
from state headquarters commenting
upon the remarkable record of the
Winnebago post. A letter received
by Department Adjutant Horace G.
Whitniorei from Elmer Wicken, com
mander of Sanford Post No. 192 at
I31mbre says in part:
"Oar membership percentage ex
that of Winnebago. The total
"membership of Sanford poBt num
bers 89. In 1910, the population of
Elmore'was 795, which gives San
tord post a membership percentage
of 11.19. The population of Winne
bago was 1,554, which gives them,
with their membership of 170. a per
centage of 10.94."
P. Iii O'Toole, assistant adjutant,
whbse delight is in keeping the bat
ting averages of the 480 odd posts
up to date, has settled the Elmore
Wihnebago argument for the time be
ingi with this announcement:
''New: Richland, with a population
of (885 has 90 paid up for 1 $2Q and
also'claims to be in the front row
of 100 per cent organized posts."
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
A WHOLE, HORRIBLE, SORROWFUL TWO DAYS
MARSHALL NEILAN, director of "The River's End," "Daddy Long Legs," "Iri
Old Kentucky,"- and other famous successes, presents the second picture from his
A Matrimonial Mirthquake
Shows at 7t30 and 9:0020c and. 3ftc
Who DarBii Wreok Their Happinms*?~-SEE
A geyser of giggles, guaranteed to cure any grouch. It makes the sick well and
the well weller. From Edgar Franklin's humorous story. Adapted to the screen by.n S
Marion Farifax. Photography by Henry Cronjager and David Kesson. Lighting S3
effects by Howard Ewing. Technical director, Ben Carre. 5
Wesley "Freckles" Barry as the bellhop, Marjorie Daw as the bride and.MatttS
Moore as the'groom with a brilliant castrof-supporting players. 37^!
FOX*SUNSHINE COMEDY in two part."HEART SNATHCER"
REX UNION ORCHESTRA
Matinee 2:30, Children 10c, Adults 30c
INTERPRETIVE TOE DANfe
Miss Katherine Troppman
ULLIAN GISH in
The Pioneer Want Ads Bring Results
Muriel, Duchess of Desborough, was happy. Her
cup was filled to overflowing. One. day it was upset
and she lost all, husband, son, fortune. Her fate hung
on a horse race, the famous Derby. If Clipstohe won
she could regain her former position. Such is the story
told by Alice Joyce in
Also Special "Big V" two-part comedy, "Fists & Fodder"
"THE SPORTING DUCHESS"
THEATRE TONIGH LAS TIMES
4 T^KJB JlRL*?
in THE FAMOUS
Oh, it is a hor-ri-ble tale, it'll
make your faces all turn pale.
A feller loves a gal an' she loves
he but h#r dad won't have him
in the amilee*. So the feller an'
the.gal.they git right smart an'?.
her pa kicks the feller in^you
know the partan' another gal
an feller gits all mixed.in an'
another female with a reputa-
shun black as sin. Oh, it
is a horrible tale, a horrible
tale is it.
and Bridegrooms $M
especially urged to,p:
see this one.
"Right this way, MU**^r, I
Evenings 156 and 306 =5