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WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 30, 1921
G. P.'Dunne of Remer spent the
day here on business today.
B. A. McConville of Akeley was a
^Tuesday business visitor here.
jphelp's Grocery delivers four limes
daily. Call phone 657. lmo4-l
Mrs. Charles Garter of Hines is
spending the day in the city,
V. A- Hoar of Lavinia was a busi
ness caller in the city Tuesday.
Cash paid tor Liberty bonds. O.
B. Hooley, Northern Grocery ,Co.
Ar. A. Montgomery of Motley spent
Tuesday in the city on business.
Theodore Gulickson of Moorhead
spent Tuesday here on business.
FOR ANT KIND real estate deal,
see or write Willits & Olson, the
land men. l-ltf
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Golz of Big
Falls were Bemidji callers today.
Ralph Stoddard of Kelliher was a
Bemidji business visitor jesterday.
C. Peterson of Grand Rapids
a i business visitor today,
^150,000 loan on farms. The
Dean, Land Co., Bemidji, Minnesota.
Falmer Bjorge and A. Peloquin of
Bigfork were Bemidji visitors today.
James Christie of International
Falls spent the day bere on business.
Miss Beth MacGregor, community
nurse, returned last night from
Get the habit pf looking for such
exceptional values as we offer at our
store. Consumer's Shoe Co. 3-2 3 tf
Mrs. N. Cotta of Bootleg lake spent
the week end with relatives and
friends in Bemidji.
Attorney C. L. Pegelow left last
evening for Minneapolis to visit
Mrs. Pegelow and newly-born daugh
ter. He expects to be gone for sev
You have a ngbt to expect to buy
footwear cheaper at our stQrej be
cause you buy at wholesale prices,
onsumer's Shoe Co. 3-2 3 tf
Leo Jewett, eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Jewett of Park avenue
bas been ill for the past week but is
now convalescing under the care of
Miss Hypatia Rouse spent Easter
Sunday at Laporte with her aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mvs. W. A. Scott and
family. She returned to her home,
423 Fourth street, Monday evening.
Our motto is quality! Our strength
is service. Phelp's Grocery. Phone
J. W. Wilcox, who has been con
fined to his home, 501 America av
enue, with sickness the past two
weeks, has recovered and is able to
be at his office again,
A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Easton of Kelliher Saturday
evening. Mrs. Easton was at the
home of Mr. Eastern's parents, Mr.
\L Mrs. J. P. Easton of Warren,
when the child was bornr
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Knox went
to Nebish Monday to spend the week
with their son Norman and family,
who are renting Mr. Knox's farm
there, and also to attend to matters
in conpection with the spring work.
Easter footwear at the usual low
prices at the little store with the big
values. Consumer's Shoe Co. 3-23tf
Miss Jessie Aiken returned last
evening from Park Rapids where she
spent the week end with the George
French family. She left this noon
for Grand Rapids to spend the re
mainder of the Easter vacation be
fore returning to her school work
George Stilwell of Lake Hattie was
an out of town business visitor in
the city last week. His daughter Miss
Grace, who has made her home with
Mrs. T. Hughes, 703 Bemidji avenue,
while attending high school here ac
companied him home to spend the
Easter vacation with her parents.
W. B. A. M. DANCE
The Womens' Benefit association of
the Maccabees will give-a dance Mon
day evening, April 4th, in Moose hall.
Good music. '5t4-4
We need a few improved and par
tially improved rarms in the vicinity
of Bemidji for our spring listing.
Chas. S. Carter, Bemidji. Minn.
For new armory. Make bid and
application to manager Bemidji arm
ory board and give references. Name
salary desired for full time and also
pait time basis. The board reserves
the right t& reject any or all bids.
Larson 6 Lanon,|
Optometrists. If trou
bled with headaches,
nervousness or eye dis-i
orders of any kind, needing glasses
mt glasses repaired, consult theoM
ArtWci*! eyes fitted.
Daily Fashion Hint
DAINTY TOUCHES FOR FORMAL
Simple, yet all entrancing are the
decorative touches on the new 'frocks,
wonderful things being done with braid
and lace. The first of the frocks
pictured here is fashioned of twine
color Canton crSpe. About the lower
edge of the skirt and collar are bands
of embroidery in dark brown rope silk
and gold thread. The design closes at
the left side and is gathered at the
under-arm seam forming a draped
effect. Medium size requires 4%
yards 36-inch material, with 3 yards,
Oriental blue charmeuse is combined
with ecru lace tp fashion the second
design. A front foundation gore is
attached to the underbocly, then
trimmed with a lace flounce at the
sides and lower edge. The outer ^ront
has a V-shaped neck and is laid in
plaits at the waist, hanging in jabot
drapery at the sides. Medium size
requires 3% yards 36-inch satin, with
4 yards 8-inch wide lace edging and
yard 3-inch insertion for collar.
First Model: Pictorial Review Dress
No. 9271. Sizes, 34 to 44 inches bust.
Price, 35 cents.
Second Model: N Dress No. 9294.
Sizes, 34 to 46 inches bust. Price, 35
Mrs. C. H. Burnham, 1114 Doud
avenue is reported on the sick list.
Mrs. Frank Williams of Wilton was
the between train guest of Bemidji
Mrs. Arthur Warner of Puposky
is visiting friends in Bemidji this
Mrs. Bertha Kruse of Wilton was
a between train shopper in Bemidji
Miss Abbie Murphy, teacher in the
Bemidji public schools, is reported
on the sick list.
Miss Josephine Parker is visiting
Miss Lucille Young, who is teaching
at Mizpah, this week.
Mrs. H. A. Botting of Cass Lake
is spending several days in Bemidji
visiting relatives and friends.
F. W. Noble and Oscar Steele of
Turtle River were among the out-of
town visitors in Bemidji Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Grier of Ten
strike were in Bemidji Tuesday and
Wednesday transacting business and
calling on friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Given are mov
ing today from their apartments in
the Kaplan building to their home at
1301 Beltrami avenue.
Miss Grace Jones o& East Bemidji
left last night for Minneapolis to
resume her studies at the university
after having spent her Easter vaca
tion at her home.
Elmer Hinshaw and E. Hinshaw
of Wilton visited friends at Rosby
this week, and were in Bemidji en
route to that place,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hilborn and
son Austin were in Bemidji Tuesday
route to their home at Puposky
from Cfookston, where they have
visited relatives for the past month.
Miss Mina Larson returned Tues
day from Gonvick to resume her
studies at the state normal, after
visiting her parents during the
Miss Kate Hines returned to
midji this morning from Hines, where
she spent her Easter vacation at her
home. She has resumed her studies
at the Bemidji Business college.
Mrs. E. E. Scribner of Littleton,
Col., was in Bemidji .Tuesday en
route to Puposky, where she will
mabe an extended visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Arthur Warner.
Clarence Charboneatt, who it
tending St. Thomas' school at St.
Paul, is spending his Easter vacation
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3. C.
Charboneau, on their farm south of
Oeraldine Hanson, five-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Han
son, 1323 Park avenue, who has been
very ill for the past two weeks with
pneumonia and under the care of a
trained nurse, was taken to St. An-'
thony's hospital Tuesday evening and
operated upon this morning. She is
reported to be getting along as well
as could be expected.
We need a few improved and par-i
tially improved farms in the vicinity'
of Bemidji for otrr spring listing.,
Chas. S. Carter, Bemidji. Minn. i
MBS. MCMULLEN ENTERTAINS
Mrs. R. K. McMuIlen entertained
a few of the public school teachers
Tuesday evening at her apartments
in the Kaplan building. The evening
was pleasantly spent in playing
bridge, and Mrs. McMuIlen perved.
lunch. LUTHERAN LADIES' AID TO
MEET TOMORROW AFTERNOON
The Ladies' Aid of the Lutheran
Free church of Nymore will meet in
the church parlors tojnorrow after
noon. All are invited to the meet
ENTERTAIN THIS EVENING
Mrs, Phillip Gill and Mrs. George
Baker are entertaining this evening
at eight tables of bridge, at the home
of Mrs. Gill, 1002 Beltrami avenue*.
They will give the second of the se
ries of parties on Saturday evening.
BETHEL LADIES' AID TO
MEET TOMORROW AFTERNOON
The Ladies' Aid of the Bethel Lu
theran church, 522 America avenue,
will meet Thursday'afternoon in the
church basement. After the devo
tional and business session, a social
time will be enjoyed and lunch will
be served, Mrs, Alfred, Moen being
Mrs, Claire Wayman of Nymore
gave a surprise party at her home
last evening in honor of Miss Doro
thy Johnson. Miss Johnson was pre
sented an ivory set by her friends.
Dancing and games assisted in spend
ing a very enjoyable evening. Lunch
was served at a late hour.
Those present were Misses Lillian
Swanson, Helen Davis Jessie Ramsey,
Myrtle McCulloeh, Viola Dagerman,
Cora Blair, Anna Sigel, Martha Mick
elson, Eva Brooks, Ellen Lane, Mrs.
Frank ttorth, Messrs. Ted Sexton,
Lloyd Boe, Victor Jabr. Lawrence
Linman, Roland Letford, Emil
Bing, Harold and Francis Kittleson,
Harto Aubolee", Walter Ellis and
John Iverson was a Bemidji visitor
Dave Millar of Shevlin, who for
merly lived here, was visiting friends
and relatives here Wednesday.
Mrs. E. A. Hanner returned from
a business trip to Bemidji Tuesday.
J. E Smith of Debs was a Pine
wood and Bemidji business visitor
Mrs. S. C. Miller was a Bemidji
Andy Olson and Telmer KirL-vold
are piling lumher her* this week for
Rude and Bergquist.
Nels Rude was a Bemidji business
C. A. Bye was a Bemidji visitor
Carl Clauson, the banker, left for
a visit to his home at Pelican Rap
ids Thursday evening. He will be
gone until after Easter.
Ole Rude and August Bergquist
went to Gonvick Saturday evening
to be home for Easter.
Smith brothers of Debs are intend
ing to buy the shingle mill from T. B.
Millar and will operate same on their
farm on the Sandy river. This will
give the people in that vicinity an
opportunity-to get their cedar worked
up to good advantage.
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Hanson of
Austin, Minn., arrived here Monday
evening for a visit with Henry Egvet.
Mrs. Hanson is Mrs. Egvet's sister.
Sidney and Ray Miller had their
father, mother, and sister, Florence,
of Cass Lake as their guests for
Mrs. Thias was a Bemidji visitor
Charles Rock of Solway has ac
cepted a position as clerk for the
Pinewood Mercantile company, and
will move his family here to live.
The Enger boys of Bebs went to
The sale given by the Rosby La
Aid at the Jarchow home on Sat
urday, March 19, brought in $90.
This will be added to the building
Mrs. Haines, and daughter of
Nary, walked the distance of five
miles to the sale at Jarchow's in all
the mud and slush. Hats off to these
neighborly boosting souls!
The Nary Farmers' club held a
joint club and farm bureau meeting
at Nary on Saturday, March 26. A
and egg dinner was served
by the club members.
Mrs. Luke Taylor and children left i
for her old home near Columbus,!
Indiana, on Thursday, March 24. Mrs.
Taylor will make an extended visit.
Miss Mary Kirschbaum and Mr.
Fosston Taylor, two well known
young people of this community, were
quietly married at the M. E. par
sonage, Bemidji, by Dr. Zentz, Sun
day, March 27. Miss Dorothy Jar
chow and Clarke Anderson assisted
and bride and groom as bridesmaid
and best man. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor
are at home at the Fosston Taylor
Miss Adah Williams has been
spending her Easter vacation with
her sister, Mrs. H. S. Taylor, and
family. She returned to her studies
at the normal school on Monday,
v* f-ijS ^g-y goj^,,'
THE BEMi&tt DAILY PIONEER
IS a real pleasure zo make a lit
excursion among the new coats
for spring. Manufacturers appear to
have discovered that good lines, above
all things, are imperative and, start
ing-out with this advantage, spring
coats follow the beckoning of the mode
to paths of simplicity and gentility.
There are diverse stylespolo coals,
motor coats and coats that answer for
many purposes!but grace of Hue and
good judgment in development are re
vealed in all of them.
The most interesting coats are those
designed to make the most of e\cry
opportunity for service, the depend
able models that fit in almost any
where and are smart enough to give
their wearer the assurance of being
well dressed. They have an accent of
economy that appeals to women of
good judgment and appear in several
types in the new displays. Black sat
in and black taffeta among them are
distinguished and versatile affairs that
answer many purposes. Th$.y vie with
snappy sports and motort coats in
their spirited styles, but cannot be
quite so useful to their owners ns cloth
coats like those shown in the picture.
These two spring models are grace
ful, voluminous and new.
The Easter service given by thepreached
Woodland Union Sunday school was
fairly well attended in spite of thetendance.
severe cold weather. Sunday school
was held as usual, after which a re
cess was taken and a fine lunch was
served. Following lunch, the young
people gave an impromptu concert
Order was then called and a very
good program was given, consisting
of songs, readings and recitations.
The program was prepared and ar
ranged entirely by the teachers of
the several classes. All present en
joyed the day and felt it was a suc
cess. AH were sorry that Missionary
Cummings had his work so arranged
that he could not be with us. A col
lection for missionary work was tak
en to be forwarded to the mission
George Luck and bride expect to
move to their homestead as soon as
their house can be put in repair.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Newton and Mrs.
Henry Sawyer visited at Henderson's
mill on Kitichi lake Monday.
An airplane was seen over our
neighborhood last Wednesday. The
first one seen in tnese woods. Did it
alight? We did not see it. Such an
attempt would no doubt wreck the
machine on account of the stumps.
Mr. Ed Raferty bought himself a
new team of horses.
The auction sale of C. Helfench
last Monday was quite well attended
despite the weather, and everything
sold well. The proceeds of the sale,
we understand, was over $1,000. Mr.
and Mrs. Helferich left the next day
for their new home at Mahnomen,
where Mr. Helferich will have charge
of the creamery. All their old neigh
bors join in wishing them prosperity
in fneir new horoe.
The young people of the neighbor
hood have organized a glee club with
the following officers: president,
Martin Rogholt secretary, Arthur
Rogholt treasurer, Arthur Carlson
organist, Ruby Sawyer, and Cora
Sawyer, director for the first meet
ing. Each meeting to be under a
different member as director. They
will have their regular meeting twice
a month. The second and fourth Fri
days of each month.
Charles Chase is helping Mr. T. H.
Phillips this week.
Ed. Larson bought a new cow.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Newton and
Miss Irene Murphy motored down
from Bemidji Saturday, March 19,
and visited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Sawyer over Sunday, re
Mr. Albin Carlson became sick last
week and had to return home for a
Miss Lena Berg is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Edwin Rogholt, during
Miss Acsa Sawyer came home Safc
urday to spend Easter. She return-
The coat at the right is cleverly de
Signed, almost without decorative
help it's smartness is based on good
lines and oiighmlity. Its back por
tion is extended at the .sides and
joined to the front at the waist by
three very large, ornamented liuttons
and simulated buttonholes. The over
lapping seam, rounded toward the bot
tom, in the skirt portion, is a no\el
point and three stltehed-In folds across
back proclaim unsurpassed expert nesa
in tailoring. The collnr is practical
for all Kinds f weather audi very
The tan coat at the left, with, lining
of flKured silk, Is embellished with
embroidery in self color and covered
cording that tone it up considerably.
It shows the fashionable one-button
fastening at the waistline, the ample
lines and roomy slee\es that are char
acterise of the season. Its quiet
color makes it a very adaptable gar
ment equal to holding its own In any
sort of company.
C0WW0HT IY VDTttM NtWAfl* UHIOII
ed to her work in Cass Lake Tuesday I
Missionary Cummings of Bemidji1
at the Buck Lake school
house Sunday, March 20, to a fair at
All enjoyed the good
The basket social given by the Sil
ver Lake Farmers' club March 1!)
was well attended and from the 19
baskets they received $68. When
you want a good, live time, come to
the festivities at the Buck Lake
Arnold and Hazel Carlson nnd
James Sawyer arc on the sick list
Return Showing of
A PARAMOUNT ART
A romance of love and
motor cars. Charged
with thrills spurting
surprises going two
miles a minute!
WITH WANDA HAWLEY
and THEODORE ROBERTS
Also 2-Part Comedy
STARRING AL. ST. JOHN
Is offered for the capture of a dan
gerous criminal and the return of a
diamond bracelet that encircles the
neck of a cat.
formerly of Bemidji, also appears
as Duenna, or guardian of the young
Williams has many strange and ex
citing adventures in trying to win
the reward. The picture is at the
TONIGHT LAST TIMES
CONWAY TEAPLE.'H'THKROAO at AMBITION* r\i\wv/ii
Two Boys and a Piano
It's an ill wind that blows nobody good,
so the story goes. If old Jack Frost did put a
crimp in tu Easter bonnets, it gave the mil-
linery markets a chance to catch up and pro-
duce a world of new creations.
We have just received 100 new trimmed
Hats too pretty for words to express.
These Hats will be on display
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Don't Fail to Come to the Elko Hat Shop
',"l,f, y-* ^i
III I Tlf) II no cure for
AfflDl I lUIl love, but love
is a great spur to ambition, and
through its gentle encourage
ment, one man reached the top.
(The Original Coca Cola Girl)
"The ROAD OF
LE ROY & COOPER
If It's NewWe Have It First
in "The Sculptor's Dream"
Matinee: 2:30Night: 7:30-9:00