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THURSDAY EYENING, APRIL 13, 1922
Item* for this column will bo
gladly received by Mr*. Harvey,
telephone 114-W. Reader* owe
it to their guest* and to thtm
elves to see that item* of local
interest are reported. Every item
will be given proper considera
tion when source is known.
F. W, Lange was a Bemidji shop
per. JEuesday. i'eom Grant Valley.
I. E. Raymond of Frohn transacted
business in Bemidijt Wednesday.
Mrs. W. F. iameso|^ioi3 Dewey,
is reported tq be^n the sick list.
Cook V/ith. Qas
A. R. Dailey of Rockwood tran
sacted business JW- Bemidji Tuesday.
Clarence Steel of *Big Lake was a
business visitor in Bemidji Wednesday
A. J. Naylor Jr. returned this morn
ing from a business trip to Minnea
Polar, Pie. Ask for It. 2-14ti
Mrs. Frank Williams of Wilton cal
led on friends while shopping in Bem
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Major expect
to spend Easter with their children
A. E. Gibson of Lavina autoed to
Bemidi Wednesday and attended to
Cook With Gas
Miss Lois Dally, school nurse, ex
pects to go to her home at LaPorte
to spend Easter,
Fred Barker of Eckles drove to
Bemidji Wednesday and looked after
business interests there.
Mrs. Wes Wright and Mrs. John
Noel of Northern called on friends
while shopping in Bemidji Wednesday.
Have ou heard of those Ladies
high grade tan oxfords at one-half
price at the Consumers Shoe Co.,
selling at $3.98. 6t 4-15
James Heggie has returned to his
home on Irvine avenue from a busi
ness trip to his former home in Big
Miss Eloise Williams of Wilton
spent the week end in Bemidji as the
guest of Misses Mabel Johnson and
Mrs. William Kiehler, who has
been under a doctor's care in St.
Anthony's hospital for a short time,
was moved to her home at Wilton
Polar Pie. Ask for iu 2-14tf
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wells and little
daughter Donna, 713 America avenue
left yesterday morning for Minnea
polis where they will visit his mother
Mrs. D. J. Powers has returned to
her home at 1317 Irvine avenue, after
a three month's trip in the west.While
away she visited relatives and friends
at Los Angeles, Cal. and Seattle,
Miss Margaret Christianson, who
spent her spring vacation at the home
of her parents at Puposky, resumed
her duties at the Bemidji high school
Monday! and, is again making her
home with Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Knox,
1117 Park avenue.
Cook With Gas
Miss Lela Jones returned Monday
morning from Nebish where she spent
her vacation with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Jones, and other relatives.
She is staying at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Jesse McPherson, 417
Minnesota avenue, while attending
the Bemidji high school.
Rev. Fr. E. J. Paquin,' of Fosston
was in Bemidji yesterday assisting
Rev. Fr. Joseph Fraling with the Holy
Week services at St. Philip's church.
Rev. Fr. Sylvester Harter of St Johns
university, Collegeville, also Semin
arian Jos. F. Mulbey of St. John's
university are assisting today and will
assist with the services the remainder
of the week.
See our Children's Shoes and Slip
pers for Easter at our low prices
Consumers Shoe Co. 6t 4-15
Miss Ruth Goddard, who was a
student of the Bemidji high school
until the spring vacation, when she
went to Red Lake-to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Goddard, has
been ill at the Red "Lake Agency hos
pital for the past ten days. It is a
matter of regret that Miss Goddard's
fchysjeian deems it unadvisable for her
to resume "her school work at present.
You are hereby notified to clean
up all your premises, back yards,
and alleys of all offal, manure and
^decomposing substances, and haul
the sa'me to the dumping grounds on
or before the first day of May, after
which the annual inspection will take
By the Order of
The Board of Health,
Dr. E. A. Shannon,
TYPICAL COAT STYLE
Out of Russia came^tbe inspiration
for this spirited-
R. V. Harker returned to Bemidji
this morning from Minneapolis where
he -has transacted ousiness for the
past few days.
Miss Dorothy Benson, a student
at the State Teachers college left this
afternoon for Kelliher to spend her
Easter vacation at her home.
Polar Pie. Ask for it. 2-14tf
Misses Johanna Moran and Myrtle
Wickham 'of-' Mcintosh went to their
homes yesterday to spend Easter.
They are students at the State Teach
Mr- and Mrs. Walter Nichols, who
have visited Mrs. Nichol's parents at
Frohn for a week ,were in Bemidji
Wednesday fin route to their home
150,000 to loan on farms. Dean
Land company. l-18tf
Fred Bardwell, owner 6f the Dia
mond Dairy route, who was operated
on at St. Anthony's hospital Monday
morning is reported to be getting
along quite well.
Mrs. James Given and little son
Kietley left thi& morning for St. Paul
and Minneapolis where she will visit
her sister, Mrs. Robert Shaw, and
friends for a couple of weeks.
Polar Pie. Ask for it. 2-14tf
Mrs. E. J. Miller of Kelliher is
spending today in Bemidji shopping
and transacting business and while
here is 'the guest of JM3. M. L.
Matson, 509 Bemidji avenue.
Snappy Easter Bonnets
Mrs. Ray Logan of Northome came
to Bemidji last evening and is the
guest of her cousin, Mrs. H. L. Ras
mussen, 1015 Dewey avenue, and
also at the C. W. Jackson home, 1201
Dewey avenue. Mr. i_iOgan will come
to Bemidji Saturday and will spend
Y(- *''\V v'7i*AV^f'^|
coat,-, typical of the
spring modes. It is made, of a nov
elty mixture and its trimming is some
thing quite new. Note that its lines
are straight, its sleeves roomy and
loose, its patch pockets large, its belt
wide, with an original fastening, and
be assured that it embodies the high
points In the new styles.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Ki-antz expect to
moye tomorrow from 1103 Dewey
avenue to the house at 1009 Bemidji
avenue, recently vacated by L. L.
Lind and family.
Supt. ,J. C. West who has been
very ill for several weeks, is reported
to be much better and he expects
to be able to resume his school work
in a fewi days.
Men's oxfords in latest brogue
style, goodyear welt soles at $3.98.
Consumers Shoe Co. 6t 4-15
Mrs. Spears, who is employed at
the Dormitory of the college, and
her daughter, Miss Edith, a student,
will leave tonight for their home near
Kelliher to visit over Easter.
Cook With Gas
Robert Naylor, a student at Ham
line University, arrived in Bemidji this
morning to spend his Easter vaca
tion with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Naylor Sr., 201 Irvine avenue.
Stuart Wright of Spokane and
Sanders Wright of Winnipeg, who
were called to Bemidji by the death
of their brother the late Wes wright
returned to their homes last Saturday
Loads of new,' Hats at the Vogue
Millinery. It 4-13
Rev. J. R. MacLain of Kelliher re
turned to his home last evening after
attending the Presbytery held in the
Presbyterian church Tuesday and
Wednesday. While here he was the
guest of friends.
Ask to be shown those Ladies tan
oxfords at $3.98you can't afford
to pass them upConsumers Shoe
Company. 6t 4-15
Mrs. F. M. Pendergrast came to
Bemidji yesterday morning from her
home at Birchwood farm and spent
the day with Mrs. A. P. Ritchie, 1407
Minnesota avenue, returning to her
home last evening.
Miss Alma Munsoh, ^ptfncipal at
Central school, and Miss Marie Mun
son a student at the^State Teachers
college, will leave tomorrow morn
ing for their home a ACeley where
they will spend Easter.
See the latest new Easter Bonnets
at the Vogue Millinery. It 4-13
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Hagman
of Fifth ward went to St. Paul this
morning where Mrs. Hagman will un^
dergo an operation for the removal
of her tonsils. They expect to return
to Bemidji the latter part of this
Miss Inez Patterson, a member of
the Children's Bureau of the State
Board of Control, arrived in .bemidji
last evening from Thief River Falls,
and is transacting business here to-
3d4-ll-13-15|dav in connection with child wel
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
TO MEET THIS EVENING
The regular meeting of the Knights
of Columbus will be held this evening
at 8 o'clock at the A. C.| hall. All
members aie urged to be present.
MISS RICHARDSON ENTERTAINS
The "Pawpaukeewis" ^club was
pleasantly entertained a& the home
of Miss Mildred JRichardson 40J Am*r.
ica avenue last evening where a
pleasartt social.-evening wjth gaw
was enjoyed, and a lunch was served
by the hostess.
SALVATION ARMY LEAGUE
HOLDS MEETING TOMORROW^
The Home League of the Salvation
Army will meet tomorrqw afternoon
at 2:00 o'clock at th Salvation Army
hall on Third street. Mrs. Vale will
entertain. Come and bring youi
ODD FELLOWS LODGE TO
INITIAiE CLASS FRIDAY
The initiatory degree will be con
ferred on candidates at the regular
meeting of the Odd Fellows Friday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Moose
hall and all members are urged to
YEOMEN HOLD REGULAR
BUSINESS MEETING TONIGHT
The Brotherhood of American
Yoemen will meet for their regular
business session this evening at 8
o'clock at the Moose hall. It is de
sired that there be a large attendance
of the membership.
Miss Nellie Chamberland and Jo
seph! L. Allen both of Bemidji were
united in marriage Saturday evening
atifc o'clock at the Presbyterian par
sonage Rev. L. P. Warford officiat
ing. They were attended by Mr. and
Mrs. Earnest Palmer. They expect
to make their home in Bemidji.
MRS. HEBARD ENTERTAINS
Mrs. George Hebard entei'tained
a number of triends and neighbors at
her home, a mile and a half west of
Bemidji, Tuesday afternoon at an
apron shower, complimentary to Mrs.
William Stillmaker. Social conver
sation and sewing were enjoyed
throughout the afternoon. Lunch was
served by the hostess. The guests
included Mesdames P. Larson, Spen
cer, W. Swenson, J. P. Miller, G.
Harris, P. Stanford, F. M. Pender
gast, L. Gilstrom and W. Stillmaker,
and Misses Anna and Vera Larson.
PASSION WEEK SERVICES
AT METHODIST CHURCH
Passion week services are being
held each evening this week excepting
Saturday at the Methodist church, and
this evening the sacrament of the
Lord's supper will be administered
in .commemoration of the day pre
ceding the crucifixion when it was
instituted by Christ and his disciples.
At the service tomorrow evening
there will be a special sermon on the
crucifixion by Dr. G. H. Zentz.
The members of the church and the
public are urged to attend these ser
vices. PRESBYTERIANS TO HOLD
HOLY WEEK SERVICES
Special services will be held in ob
servance of Holy Week tonight and
tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at the
Presbyterian church to which the
public is invited. Rev. L. I. War
ford will preach each evening. The
evening service on Easter Sunday will
be a musical service and at that time
the choir will present a cantata of
the story and passion of the suffering
of our Lord. It is an annual occur
ance in this church to have a musical
service on Easter and this year it
promises to be especially fine as
the choir is putting much effort on
\vTHE?BEMI0J1 DAILY HONEEk
ONE VERSION OF SPRING
Spring, as Interpreted In suits, finds
charming expression in this beige
colored tricotlne model, of utmost re
finement. It 1ms plain, straight
skirt with a narrow separate belt of
the material. The short coat falls open
down the front, having only one fas
tening place at the collar. There Is
a slit seam down the back and a novel
decoration of silk embioidery in self
color, which finishes an exquisite ex
ample of the tailor's art.
TRINITY LUTHERANS PLAN
VESPER LENTEN SERVICES
Good Friday services with iclebia
tion of Holy Cqmmunion will be held
at Trinity Lutheran chapel Fi iday
evening at 8 clock, with confession
al seivices at 7:30 Rev. Fienk will
preach on "The Glory of Man's
Wounded God." Peisonal registra
tion for communion is lcquned.
DEVOTIONAL SERVICE AT
BETHEL LUTHERAN FRIDAY
A special lenten levotional seivice
with special-music and a sermon by
the pastor, Rev. T. B. Nordale, will
precede the meeting of the Men's
Society at the Bethel Lutheian chinch
Friday evening, to which all aie in
vited. After the business meeting
of the latter, luneh will be seived by
Mr. and Mrs. H. Ohngrcn.
JUNIOR DEPARTMENTS OF
M. E. SCHOOL TO MEET
All members bf the Pi unary and
Beginner's departments of the Meth
odist Sunday school are ICquested to
be present Friday and Saturday aftci
noons at 1 o'clock for the final ie
hearsal* of the Easter program which
will be given fn their department
during the Sunday school hour1
until 1 o'clock. Sunday.
Big Program in New Mexico.
The state highway commission In
New Mexico has launched a big road
building program with six new fed
eral aid projec't&^ne to cost $40,-
707.02, a second |to cost $5,50:.67, a
third $58,362.87, the fourth $41,62173,
a fifth $69,844.49 and the si\t $74,-
Best Use of Funds.
The states can do no better service
to themselves and the country at this
time than by usipg theirroad funds
for actual con&OuiWlon.
HAROLD LLOYD AT GRAND
THEATER TONIGHT ONLY
Harold Lloyd in "Now or Never" is
appearing tonight only at the Giand
Theater, in a return engagement of
that laugh special, that is one of his
J. P. McGowan, fast becoming one
of the most popular of the out-dooi
stais, also appears in another of his
stirring stories of adventure and
mance in the ever interesting West,
entitled, "Reckless Chances," which
together with "Now or Nevet" will
be shown only tonight at the Giand.
100 NEW FLOWER TRIMMED
$5.00 $7.50 $12 $13.50
100 OTHER NEW MODELS
$6.95 $5.95 $4.95 $3.95
100 SPORT HATS for you to select from.
BUY NOW!while stock is complete.
PRISCILLA DEAN HATS for Children
$4.95 $3.95 $1.95 $1.45
Entirely new 49cup
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I EASTER NOVELTIES
More New Hats for Easter
Children's Hats, Ready
to-wear, from 98c to 4.95
You will be pleased with this showing of
j CHILDREN'S and MISSES'
1 EASTER HATS.
A Special Showing of One Hundred and
Fifty Hats ready this week before Easter
at Six Special Group Prices
These are real values and at these Six Special Prices we show you
f ready-to-wear, exclusive pattern Hats, direct from Eastern mar-
ls ketsat a positive saving.
S This smjart, attractive Millinery comes to you brand newcor-
rect in every detaildifferent in style, in material and work
in new shapes, new trimmings of rich appearance and honest val-
ueCOME AND SEE!
EVERYTHIN NEEDE FO EASTE I
NEW SILKS AND DRESS GOODS, WASH GOODS
COASTER WAGONS BABY CARRIAGES
TWO-WHEELED SULKiES AND CABS
GARDEN TOOLS GARDEN SEEDS
IF YOU ARE WISE -TAKE A LOOK!
JUST HEAPS AND HEAPS OF EASTER
CANDIES: Easter Eggs, Baskets, Chickens,
Ducks, Rabbits, Celluloid Easter Novelties,
Easter Cards and Booklets.
Select from a stock of hundreds of dollars worth of Now Novelties
to make the children happyentirely different entirely new
From 1c to 25c and 30c
Easter Egg Candies .15c, 20c, 25c
Easter Baskets 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c
Extra Salespeople to Wait on You Saturday
Table Linens for Easter Silverware for Easier
Cut Glass for Easter
Hand-painted China and Dinnerware for Easter
This Store Is Full of New Items You Will Want, and All at Prices
That You'll Be Able to See Are Right. Everything priced on a
small fair margin of profit, and at a positive saving to every cus-
CARLSON, "OF COURSE"
The Oldest and Largest Variety Store in Bemidji
YOUR OWN HOME STORE
ON BELTRAMI AVE. BEMIDJI, MINN.
Silk 95c to $2.49
Kid $1.98, $2.69, $2.98