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WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 30, 1922
Item* for this colwn will b*
gladly rwnraJ by Mrs. Harvay*
telephone 114-W- R*Ur
it to tir%C*ts
sad to tlu
MITM to tfcnt item* of local
tntereat are- reported. Every ItoM
will be Wen proper coasUem
tiem wipa aoarce knows.
|50,000 to loan OB farms. Da
Land company* 1-lltf
Mis3 Estker Ohrbefg of Frohn was
A shopper in the cityyjSaturday.
For picnic or excursion parties*
charter passenger launch THOR. A.
A. Lee, licensed pilot. Phone 503-J. lm9-2
George Burr and daughter, Minnie
Alvina, of Frohn, were Bemidji shop
John Bremmer of Lake Planfcig
anet wa a business visitor in Bemidji
I. E. Raymond of Frohn attended
to business matters in Bemidji Fri
W. A. Scott of Laporte motored to
Bemidji Saturday morning and pur
chased a new car while nere.
Fancy California Alberta Peaches,
per crate $1.05at Troppman's. Id
Senator E. J. Swedback expects to
leave in a lew days for Sawtelle,.
California, where he expects to make
his home in the future.
Miss Isabella Brewer of Nymore
was the guest for a few days last
week of Miss Marie Haberle of
Miss Hypatia Rouse, 423 Fourth
street, has accepted a position as
teacher of the school in the B. H.
Edwards district in Rockwood town
ship, and expects to enter upon her
new duties October 1st.
Mrs. Maude P. Hammersley, until
recently clerk of municipal court,
has accepted a position as stenograph
er for The Pioneer Publishing com
pany and entered upon her new
Elmer Roberts of Frohn, who until
recently- ~was '^n^wnpfoyeV of- then
Crookston Lumber company at Cass
Lake, has accepted a position at the
Crookston mill in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meitke and
daughters, Misses Hannah, Edith and
Selma, of Crookston, were guests
for a few days last week of Mr. Meit
ke's brother-in-law, August Burr, and
family, at Frohn.
Mrs. Clara Rappatta and son Her
man, who have been guests of her
son, Frank Rappatta, and family,
1111 Mississippi avenue, lor the past
five weeks, left for their home at
Ashland, Wis., Monday morning.
Mrs. H. D. Grow and little son
Clarence of Marsh Siding are mak
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
LaCount, 1106 Mississippi avenue,
an extended visit during the absence
of Mr. Grow, who is employed dur
ing the threshing season at Larri
more, N. D.
Mrs. E. R. Getchell and family,
Mrs. W. M. Austin and grandson
Lloyd of Tacoma, Wash., and Mrs.
B. Getchell and daughter Miss Es
ther, motored Sunday to Littlefork,
returning to Bemidji last night. They
took their lunch with them and en
joyed a picnic dinner Sunday en
Mrs. J. A. Stillwell, daughter Miss
Ida and little son Johp, and Thomas
Davis, were shoppers in Bemidji Sat
urday, having motored here from
Itasca State Park. Mr. Stillwell has
been employed at carpenter work
there for some time, but his wife
will return to their home at Fernhill
this week, for the younger children
to be in readiness for attendance at
the consolidated school in Lake Alice
Why la ttua -wrong"?
The answer will be found among
today's want ads.
(What "BhmeW* do ye*
Ccpyr_bt 1922, Associated Editors
,Mre. Jessie Grove of Big Lake was
a business visitor in Bemdiji Tues
Mw. George Boobar of Wary was"
shopping and calling-on friends ip
Geqrge Fort of Ecklea was among
the out-of-town visitors transacting
business in Bemidji Tuesday.
Mrs. John Richards and niece,
Miss Florence Ritchie, and Mrs. Os
car Benson motored today to Sbv
lin to visit friends.
Miss Mayme Webber of Slayton,
Minn., returned to her home this
morning after spending two weeks
in Bemidji with friends.
Mrs. H. Thiel of Cass Lake is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Fred Rhoda
and family, 423 America avenue,
Verdon J. Onstead of Madison,
Minn., visited at the home of his
aunt, Mrs, George Severens, a few
days last week.
Mrs. Ed. Childs of Big Falls, who
has viaited?her ister, Mrs. L. G. Cole,
and family^ Fifth ward, for a few
days, will leave tonight for her home.
John Souder of Shatton, Wis., who
has visited relatives at Spur and
looked after his far "minterests for
a short time, returned to his home
Mrs. Pauline Kramer has returned
to her home, 706 Fourteenth street,
after an absence of two months spent
enjoyably in visiting friends and rel
atives at Minneapolis and Chicago.
C. S. Rouse returned Friday morn
ing to his home in Bemidji from La
porte where he was the guest for a
few days of his sister, Mrs." W. A.
Scott and husband.
Mrs. C. A. Christoferson and son,
and her sister, Miss Hazel Stomner,
returned Tuesday to Bemidji from
the summer home pf their mother at
the Wiscoffsin _*}_y Kilbourn, Wis.,
where they have visited a month.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Tinker and.little
son Billy, who have been guests of
her sister and husband, Dr. and Mrs
is. H. Marcum, Birchmont Beach, ex
pect to leave tomorrow for their
Mrs. Fred E. Bieri returned this
morning to her home in Minneapolis
after visiting for four weeks in Be
midji at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Kirk, and fam
ily, 1109 Lake boulevard.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gill and fam
ily were detained a day longer than
they expected in Bemidji, so did not
leave until this morning for their
new home at International Falls.
They made the trip by auto.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Merseth of
Fifth ward and Ole Qualey and little
son Olaf returned Tuesday night
from Fargo where they* motored
Monday, accompanying Evangelist
Wm. Vasvig to his home there.
Miss Rose Burke left Bemidji
Tuesday morning for the Twin Cities
to spend a few days before return
ing to resume her duties as teacher
in the high school at Ely, Minn.'She
has visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Burke, 623 Bemidji avenue,
during her summer vacation.
L. C. Cole, Fifth ward, who hus
been seriously ill for several weeks,
part of the time at the N. P. hospi
tal, Minneapolis, from where he re
turned to his home about a week
ago, is reported to be convalescing
nicely and is able to be up and
around the house .gain.
Mrs A. Sthol and daughters, Miss
es Matie and Lillian, and grand
daughter, Margaret Larson, return
ed to their home, 1000 America ave
nue, Monday night from Port Clin
ton, Ohio, where they have visited
at the home of Miss Nellie Coved, a
former teacher in the Bemidji
schools. 'j i')-'yL&-
Mrs. Hanson, Carl, cWaf and
Louise Hansmu and Mrs,, JvB_j John,-,
son of Bessemer, "M'ch., are3
^ui.'qr-y" j,i f'nj uj. |py|ll
W. A. Rite of Ten
I Bemidji Tuesday.
Mrs.'Albert'Bye, 1404 Minnesota
avenue, has aaJjer guests her sisters*
Mae and Eva Bg$rie Putz, and broth
er Orbert Putav of Warroad, Minn.
Miss Myrtle- Peterson of Alexan
dria is the guest of Miss Alice Min
nick, 914 Irvine avenue, for a few
days this. week.
at the A. Haarklan home) a.^ Frohn
for a short time. They came by
auto and report a very enjoyable
trip.^ They reported the business
conditions very good at their home
town with nearly all the mines work
ing full time.
Mrs. Joe McTaggart received a
message yesterday afternoon telling
the sad news of the sudden death of
her father, Wm. Montgomery, while
he was en route by train from his
home* at Sanborn, Minn., to Tracy,
Minn., to visit relatives. Mr. and
Mrs. McTaggart left this morning by
train, for Sleepy Eye, his old home,
where funeral services will be hehf
and interment made.
Mrs. W.H. EUetson returned to
Bemidji Tuesday night from Ten
strike where she has visited friends
for a week.
Miss Beth MacGregor, public
health nurse, left this morning for
Minneapolsi to transact business for
a few days. She expects to return
to Bemidji Saturday.
Mr.r and ,Mrs. Earl Hazen and
family .and Mrs. Dick Van Arnum
motoredvjyesterday to Lake Plantag
anet and spent the day with Mrs.
Kenneth Kenfield. /s
Miss Minnie Hollander, who was
the house guest of Miss Hypatia
Rouse Friday and Saturday, motored
with her brother Julius to their home
at Frohn Saturday evening.
Max Manders of Longville arrived
in Bemidji yesterday and is visiting
friends while attending to business
matters here, expecting to return to
his home tomorrow.
N. Fapermaster and son Roy, of
the Bemidji Cleaners and Dyers, mo
tored yesterday to Walker where
they transacted business, returning
to Bemidji this morning.
J. 0| Johnson of Virginia arrived
in Bemidji Tuesday evening and is
a guest at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. R. L. Given, and family, 1202
they will make their home.
Mrs. Lucy Hazen and daughters,
Mrs. Charles Van and Mrs. W. C.
Smith, motored Monday to Wadena
where they attended the wedding of
her granddaughter, Miss Beryl Knott
of Parkers Prairie.
Mrs. Oscar Miner, a former resi
dent of Bemidji but now of Grand
Forks, returned to her home today
after visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. George Rhea and family for a
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Petrie and
family expect to leave tomorrow for
Pine River, where Mr. Petrie will
conduct a hardware store and where
will make their home.
Mrs. H. M. Wilson and little daugh
ter returned Tuesday to their home
at Mcintosh after visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Hammond,
1227 Dewey avenue, for the past two
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forrester and
litlte daughter and Mrs. C% E. Riley
returned to their homes in Bemidji
Monday night from a two weeks'
motor trip to the Twin Cities and
St. Cloud where they visited rela
Word received by friends from
Mrs. George Bridgeman, Fifth ward,
who is spending a few days with her
husband at the N. P. hospital, Min
neapolis, stated that he is getting
along nicely after his recent opera
tion for the removal of a goitre.
iM^WMWMwwiwwvw^^ow^wwwww^^w^^^^^^^^^^^e EPWORTH LEAGUE'PLANS
SOCIAL TIME TONIGHT
The members of the Epworth
League are planning for a big time
tonight at their social to be held in
the basement of*'the church, to
which all memberl*?and
EPISCOPAL GUILD .TO
HOLD MEETING THURSDAY
The Episcopal Guild will meet
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
in the church basement and all mem
bers and friends are requested to be
present. Mesdames George McTag
gart and John Goodman will be host
esses. BETHEL LUTHERAN LADIES'
AID MEETS THURSDAY
The Ladies' Aid of the Bethel Lu
theran church will meet Thursday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Henry Ohngren, Fifth
ward. All members and friends are
invited to attend. Mrs. Ohngren will"
ST. PAUL'S YOUNG PEOPLE
HOLD MEETING TONIGHT
It is desired that all members of
the Young Peopled ieague of St.
Pa}4'3 Evangelical church be pres-f,
"en -at' the^Weting tonight in thej
church abasement at o'clock. There
is business oi importance to be trans
acted. (11 y'f- #'4
MISS OLSON ENTERTAINS
Miss Mildred Olson entertained a
few friends at her home, Ninth and
Park avenue, last evening. Dancing,
music and social conversation were
enjoyed throughout the evening, and
lunch was served by the hostess.
Those present were: Misses Irene
Lyons, Dollie Naylor, Geraldine
Reed, Jean Walker, Bernice Kirk,
Harriet Boyce, Esther Homen, also
Clarence Charboneau, M. Sullivan,
Budd Geil, Oscar Baney, Ted. Ol
son, Philip Downs, Daniel,petting,
Lawrence Landman, Robert. Naylor ]l
and Francis Rhea.
TII| BEMtoJI DAILY PIONEER
ENTERTAIN AT DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gill and fam
ily were 6 o'clock dinner guests
Monday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. P. J. O'Leary.
METHODIST AID DIVISION
HOLDS MEETING TOMORROW
The bed room division of the La
dies' Aid of the Methodist church,
Mrs. S. A. Cutter chairman, will hold
its meeting tomorrow at the home of
Mrs. Bradison, Cass Lake. Cars will
leave the church at 10 o'clock, and
the members are requested to bring
picnic lunch and their own silver and
ENTERTAIN AT DINNER
Mrs. Pauline Kramer entertained
a few friends informally at a 6
o'clock dinner Sunday evening at her
home, 706 Fourteenth street. Cards
and musci passed the hours pleasant
ly for all. The guests were Mrs. M.
J. .Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rap
patta and daughter Irene, Mrs.
Clara Rappatta and son Norman, Joe
Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Kramer and children, Pauline and
ENJOY DANCING PARTY
AND RIDE AROUND LAKE
A number of Bemidji young peo-
pie enjoyed a dancing party and a
trip around Lake Bemidji on the
Bemidji Star, Tuesday evening,
dancing being the main entertain
ment of the evening. Tnose present
included Misses Mabel Croon, Edla
Rudy, Alice Dean, Dolores Barnell,
Hazel Lambe, Grace Lambe, Jose
phine Parker, Lorraine Kreatz and
Messrs. Louis Brown, Donald Smith,
Mickey McDonald, Walter Higbe,
Phil Denu, John Simons, Louis Rudy,
Paul Darner, Gordon Smith, Ernie
Olson, F. Dupuis, Charles Reed, Max
Boyce and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Win
ter. i MS
Mesdames'^L. O. Petrie and E. J.
BrouHIard entertained a number of
friends yesterday at the home of
Mrs. Agnes Robinson, as a courtesy
to Mrs. Clyde Petrie, it bs.mg her
birth anniversary,' and also a fare
well for her1
as she will leave soon
for her new'ome at Pine River. So
cial conversion was enjoyed thru
out the afternoon, and lunch was
served by the hostesses. Mrs. Petrie
was presented a beautiful cut glass
bowl by her friends. Those present
included Mesdames Frank Clark,
Fred Hammond, Emery DeRushia,
Fred Rhoda*Gjistme Larson, Charles
Arnold, R. Richardson, Tom Edens,
C. W. Vandersluis, D. R. Burgess,
W. K. Denison, Otto Johnson, Frank
Hughes, M. Corngan, Frank Slough,
J. J. Jinkinson, Charles Mosebaugh,
Henry Thiel, Agnes Robinson, E. J.
Brouillard, L.. O PetriB and Clyde
Petrie, also Miss Emma Jones.
Mat. 2:30Eve. 7:30-9:00
AdmUsjon 10c & 25c
See these wonderful gowns,
the luxuriant and colorful
settings, the beautiful star
and a searching story, show
big two women "sisters un
der the skin."
MACK SENNETT Comedy
"THE BATTLE ROYAL"
Selection Played During
"IF I WERE KING"
Overture, by Adams
THURS. & FRIDAY
5a$. Ev^ing Pot
MbOSE TO ENJOY SOCIAL
SESSION TUESDAY NIGHT
A social session of the Loyal Ol
der of Moose will be held Tuesday
evening, September 5. The regular
business meeting will be called to
order at 7:30 and at 9 o'clock, the
HOLDS MEETING TOMORROW
Mrs. M. Li Matson requests the
members of her division, No. 2, of
the Presbyterian church to be pres
ent tomorrow fternoon at the meet
ing to be held at the home of Mrs. -_,
J. C. Higbe, Clayton apartments. J^i .delegate,'^'%fi Mflfise Sonw^nrl-J^^s agafiBB^Bie plates and tlie mst
Lake caller Thursday.
sion/ The mala, feature of the ses
sion will be theflpor of J. T. Davis
BEMIDJI FARMER'S CLUB
HOLDS MEETING SATURDAY
The Bemidji Farmer's Club will
meet at the Carr Lake school Satur
day All members are urged to be
Junior Order of Moose and thae Wo
men of the Mposeheaxr Legion willRg^fy'jg apposition, and where the
join with the Mo?)'Jo
tion at KaoseTeajt.'J is understood
that he has a^yjery'interesting* report'r
to make and a large attendance is
Mrs. Ingral Grege*son called
Mrs. Carl Borgorson Tuesday.
Gust Oberst had a narrow escape
last Saturday when his registered
Holstem bull threw hin^and bruised
him in several places,'and this would
probably have resulted fatally had
not his son, Ben Hart, been close at
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Gregerson
and family were dinner guests at the
Charles Isensee home Sunday.
Mrs. P. E. Mills, the Moose Lake
township treasurer, made a business
call on the town clerk Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hill and Fred
erick Theriault were Bena and Cass
Lake callers Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Coppernall and
son called at the H. W. McNew home
A farewell party was given by M.
E. Byrne at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Hill in honor of the Miss
es Rose and Evelyn Oberst of Illi
nois, who have been visiting their
brother Gust for the past two weeks
Oscar Hill, the heavy-weight cham
pion wrestler of Penington defeat
ed Martin Byrne of Cass River last
Saturday night in a wrestling bout
held at the Norns gymnasium.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kemmer were
callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Gregerson Thursday night.
Frank Trout of North Dakota is
visiting the A. L. Coppernall family
Mrs. Wm. Adams and son of Tur
tle River were Pennington callers
Testma Height of Electrolyte.
The electrolyte in storage batteries
must be kept at a unlfoim height
abo the plates at all times for the
most efficient operation If the elec
trolyte fs below a certain le^l. dis
tilled water mBj be added to bring it
up acain. To determine when the cell
Is filled to the usual height of ono
lf,lnch abo\e the plates while the
light Is poor, a piece of glass tubing
about 8 li\CJie^J^pg, can be used. The
tub is Inserted Into the cell until it
.finger Is ntyced' o\er the upper
was a Cass
HOES for Misses and
Children, growing Girls
and Boysof Brown and
Black Calf and- Kid, in
cluding the famous Buster
OATS for the School
Girl, 11 to 16. Sturdy
wool fabrics deep,
cozy pockets and snug
collars, lined and unlined.
OSIERY for the School
Child Everwear and
the extra good Musser,
in Black and Cordovan.
Jack Tar Middies,
becoming and ap
propriate for the Miss
Brown, Navy and Red,
all wool, very good.
the Jack Tar Dresses.
The new styles have ar
She would en
joy hurrying tb school
in qne of these riew dresses.
little, Girte' Wear
rocks through the
endf Holdin the finger oe the end
the tube, the latter is wituduiwn, and
the level of*the solution held in it will
Indicate the depth to which the elec
trolyte co\ers the plates.ropulur
Smokestack Quickly Wrecked
Five workmen recently brought a
14S-foot smokestack to the ground In
& 5 minutes, by a new method. This,
stack-, on Staten Island, Is. Y, meas
ured 47 feet In diameter at the base
and weighed 350 tons. Tinee open
ings were made at the base, and wood
en blocks, 4 feet high 4 inches in di
ameter, weie inserted as shorings. A
gap, 4 feet high, was then made In
more than half Of the ciicumference
by leuiovlng the bricks. Two of the
shoring blocks were removed and the
center block, soaked with kerosene,
was burned out. The slack crashed i
with such force that some of the
bricks were burled 2 feet In the
ground, but most of them remained
lnfact and can be used againPopu
lar Mechanics Magazine
The author is well known to all readers
of the Saturday Evening Post.
LEADING ACTORS ARE
JACK HOLT GLORIA HOPE
JOS. J. DOWLING PHOEBE HUNT
Time Left To Get The
ow is the time to plan so as to have everything ready when school
starts. It is no problemit's simply knowing where to shop. Every
plan has been made and executed to a nicety when it comes to having
what the children need for school.
Th Snyder Cbmpatttf/
Ask for H^C Stamps
RESSES can be made by
the handy mother from
varied materials in
piece goods, plain and
plaid Woolens, Ginghams,
Pongee and Devonshires.
LL the wanted styles
and weights in Munsing
wear Union Suits, Vests,
Pants and Bloomers.
ARNS, Minerva, in all
3hades and weights to
begin the darling
Capes, Sweaters, Scartfa
Watches W'th Two-Hour Hand*.
The latest fad is the timepiece with
two hour-hands. The commuters start
ed It, that they might have railroad
time and dnj light s=a\ing time before
them at a dance but the girls with
lo\ers In foreign parts are calling for
watches that enable them to visualize
what "he" Is doing in London or else
where. One such call was for a watch
showing the thne"here and in Shang
This Orchestra which has
been together all season
will disband after the
COME OUT AND HAVE
ONE MORE GOOD
that ar so
necessary for the School
Girl and of
our pretty new Sweaters
will help you decide.
The girl going away to ichool will
find it a simple matter to select her