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THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1922
Items for this column Will bo
gladly received by Mrs. Harvey,
telephone 114-W. Readers owe
it to their guests and to them
selves to see that items of local
interest are reported. Every item
trill be given proper considera
tion when source is knoefn,
Oscar Olson of Walker called on
friends and transacted business in
S. C. Bauey returned this morn
ing from Duluth where he'conducted
a state land sale yesterday.
Frank Lycan, who has transacted
business in Duluth for a few days,
returned to Bemidji this morning.
Marian Hazen of Minneapolis ar
rived in Bemidji last night to spend
a few days hunting in this vicinity.
Wool batting for quiltsat the
Bemidji Woolen Mills. 6d9-25
Mrs| Leo Opsahl left Tuesday eve
ning for the Twin Cities to visit
friends and transact business for a
A high grade hand-knitting yarn
for sale at the Bemidji Woolen Mills.
Messrs. Jones and Richardson,
auditors from Chicago, are spending
a few days in Bemidji auditing the
books of the Chicago Box & Crating
Mr. and Mrs. Lee LaBaw and fam
ily moved from their summer cot
tage at Birchmont Beach Tuesday to
a home on Thirteenth street between
Bemidji and Doud avenue.
C. L. Isted., manager of the Crook
ston Lumber* company, and A. J.
Jordan, cruiser for the company, mo
tored today to the lumber camp near
Blackduck, where they are transact
Do you want a good piano? I have
one Bond walnut case Piano, will
sell reasonable. Terms to suit pur
chaser. Mrs. G. O. Riggs, Phone
John A. Keith returned to Bemidji
last evening from West Concord,
Minn., where he was called by the
death of his mother, who passed
away there a week ago Tuesday, he
attending the funeral.
Miss Mabel Tostrud, who made her
home with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Petra,
1005 Mississippi avenue, for several
months, returned to the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Tostrud
at Puposky Saturday.
J. B. Minnick and C. B. Minnick
left last night for Waverley, N. Y.,
called there by a message telling of
the death of their only sister. An
other brother lives in the east. The
message also stated that the mother
was seriously ill.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Serrurier are
disposing of their hardware stock in
Bemidji preparatory to going to Cali
fornia for the winter months, after
which they expect to return to Min
nesota and locate at Duluth. They
will also visit Mr. Serrurier's father
County Superintendent of Schools
J. C. McGhee and his assistant, Miss
Mary Lilleskov, left yesterday after
noon for the Baudette country to vis
it the rural schools, and also hold the
northern county teachers' institute
there next week. One will also be
held in Bemidji the week following.
These are being held at this time to
give the pupils of country schools the
opportunity to harvest the potatoes
while the school is closed for a few
Ed. Gould will leave tonight for
Minneapolis where he will remain
until Sunday, and return to Bemidji
at that time by auto. His wife has
been visiting relatives there for the
past two weeks and will accompany
him home. Also his mother, Mrs. E.
J. Gould, who has been visiting at
Litchfield, will return with them.
Why 1* this wrong?
The answer will be found among
today's wane ads.
(What "Blander" do yon suggest?)
Copyright 1922, Associated Editors
Mrs. J. A. Younggren is visiting
friends and relatives in Minneapolis
and St. Paul.
Mrs. Jennie Jinkauski of Wilton
drove to Bemidji Wednesday and
called on friends.
Mrs. Oscar Krantz and two daugh
ters left Tuesday night for their
new home in Minneapolis.
Dance at K. C. hall Saturda#}ept.
23rd. Music by Schuck's Jiaa Or
chestra. Extra ladies 15c.
J. Bisiar returned last even$fi"i?
from a motor trip to Cass Lake
where he went'in the morning.
950,000 to loan on farms, Dams
Land company. 1-letf
Mrs. Wm. Garland of Kelliher is
in Bemidji this week arranging to
reside here during the winter months.
Mr. Clothier, state agent of the
Firemen's Insurance company, trans
acted business in Bemidji yesterday.
Raymond Glick, who lives on a
farm several miles south of town,
was in Bemidji yesterday transact
Order your Woolen Blankets from
the Bemidji Woolen Mills. 6d9-25
Thayer Bailey, George Pellows and
Claude Bailey returned yesterday
from a hunting trip of a few days in
the vicinity of Puposky.
S. D. Snyder, county highway en
gineer, is spending a few days at
Baudette and in the northern part
of the county inspecting roads.
Mrs. Dot Van left Tuesday night
for Minneapolis whree she expects
to remain for some time, taking a
special course in music.
Dick Duxbury left today for Min
neapolis to attend the University of
Minnesota this winter. He will take
a law course.
Woolen cloth, 56 inches wide, all
shadescan now be bought at the
Bemidji Woolen Mills. 6d9-25
Mrs. Lon Davis of Wilton was dis
posing of a large quantity of home
grown watermelons in Bemdiji Wed
Miss Evelyn Staveneau of Orlens,
Minn., is making her home with the
Fred Malzahn family while attend
ing the Bemidji high school this win
Miss Anne Benda left today for
her home at Portland, Ore., via Du
luth and the Twin Cities, after visit
ing friends in Bemidji for a few
The October number of your fa
vorite magazines are now on sale at
the Bemidji News Service. Phone 53.
Lawrence R. Phelps will resume
his duties at the Palace Meat Mar
ket tomorrow morning after a few
days' vacation, part of which was
spent on a hunting trip.
I. B. Wolfson, manager of the lo
cal army goods store, left Thursday
morning by auto for Minneapolis on
a combined business and pleasure
trip. Miss Katherine Sexton, Miss
Anne Cohen and Miss Jennie Cohen
accompanied him and will visit
friends and relatives for a few days.
For prompt service in general
hauling and draying Phone 300, Wm.
LATEST FICTION IN
"Babbit," by Sinclair Lewis "This
Freedom," by Hutchinson "Flowing
Gold," by Rex Beach "The Country
Beyond," by Curwood. Get your
copy while the stock is complete. Be
midji Book & Stationery Co. Phone
Twenty members of the original
Fifth Division Naval Militia unit
shown in the above picture, taken
when the boys were about to depart
METHODIST LADIES' AID
HOLDS MEETING TOMORROW
The miscellaneous division of the
Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church
Wallace Chandler, Twentieth and
Dalton avenue, is erecting' a, new
residence on W*roperty. ^__
be entertained Friday afternoon
at the home of the chariman, Mrs. J.
B. Minnick, and it is desired that "all
members be present.
TO ENTERTAIN TONIGHT
Mr. -anddnrs. E. H. -Denu will en-
tertain^a^j^cjo^k dinner guests this
evening Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Given,
G. D. Backus, Mrs. Beatrice Voight,
Mrs. Helen Hartness, Miss Luella
Backus, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Jacob
son and Mrs. H. J. Gibson.
MRS. BROWN ENTERTAINS
Twelve members of a Ladies'
Sewing club were very pleasantly en
tertained by Mrs. E. G. Brown last
evening at her home, 111 Twelfth
street. Social conversation and mus
ic were enjoyed while the guests
sewed and lunch was served by the
Mr. and Mrs. Jones of Northern
returned from Gilbey, N. D., Wed
nesday where they visited friends
and looked after their farm interests
for a few days.
Mrs. H. M. Broadhurst and ^ittle
daughter have returned to their home
in Bemidji from a several weeks'
trip to Duluth where they vfsited
relatives. They also visited at'Chi
A new line of beautiful framed
mottos, made by the Buzza Com
pany just at the Bemidji Book &
Stationery Co. See them in the win
A. J. Phelps of the Phelps Land
Agency received a letter yesterdaj
from his son, George Phelps, post
master at Walker, telling of the ar
rival of a son at their home the firs*
of the week.
Mrs. D. McDougal left yesterday
morning for Brainerd where she will
visit relatives and friends for a few
days and from there go to St. Cloud
to visit. She expects to return to
Bemidji in two or three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Trask and daugh
ter returned from a few days' auto
trip to Pequot, Minneapolis and oth
er places where they visited friends
and transacted business for a short
time. They are making arrange
ments to spend the winter months at
different places in California.
Loads of fresh school supplies
just in. Tablets, the big, thick kind
construction paper, all colors paint
in all colors school papers of every
size and description pencils, inks,
erasers, crayons, schflol bags, note
book covers, notebook papers punch
ed to fit, composition books, etc. Be
midji Book & Stationery Co. 8d9-30
N. Papermaster and daughter, Miss
Ethel, who is a student at the State
Teachers college, expect to leave to
morrow for their home in Grand
Forks where the Jewish New Year
will be observed Saturday and Sun
day, special services being held on
those days in the church there.
Rev. Otto Rapp, his wife and lit
tle son ,also Rev. and Mrs. E. A.
Arends and little daughter of Le
Seuer, arrived in Bemidji Tuesday
might and were, guests of Rev. H. W.
Radloff until yesterday noon. They
made the trip by auto and report
good roads. They were very much
pleased with Bemidji, the country
surrounding, and are included in the
number of tourists who are "Bemidji
NOTICE TO FARMERS
I have first-class storage room for
5,000 bushels of potatoes right in
city. Will furnish grader at store.
Call 232, or rural 16-F-4. W. G.
for active service in the World War
have formed a peace-time organiza
tion at a banquet at the Markham
hotel last 'ewnmg and semi-annual
ISSUES URGENT APPEAL
New York, Sept. 21 (United Press)
"More than 300,000 orphans in
the Ukraine, threatened by death and
moral decadence- look to the Jews
oi* America for help/* declares Louis
Marshall, chairman of the American
Jewish Relief Committee, In a New
Year appeal to the Jews pf America
The Jewish New Year1
SAYS COMPETITION IS
NEEDED IN FARM LOANS
row (Friday) evening- J*H|AJ
"The special committee consist*
ing of Dr. Lee K. Frankel Dr.~ Mil-j
for efficiency and stabalization, is
acording to '.T-'Fl'Reed, president of
the Minnesota .Fa^m Bureau Federa
tion and cnairman of a special com
mittee of farm leadeis that is spon
soring the campaign to obtain pass
age of Amendment No. 1 (Rural
Credits) at the November 7 elec
"In sections whepre few farm loan
companies are operating," Mr. Reed
says, "interest rates invariably are
high and the systems jrequent re
newals, .cash premiws and bonuses
flourishes, The first- effect of the
Federal Farm Loan system was to
lower interest rates""all over the
country. But that agency thus* far
has been able Jto^take .only ten per
cpnt of the^fartn m|rtga$ business
in Minnesota *aid farmers' generally
feel that additional machinery, which
will be authorizedVhen Amendment
No 1 is adopted, i$ necessary."
Farmers are organizing to obtain
a solid rural vote &vor of the
amendment "Blajlfc ballots count
against the amendment.' Vote Yes"
is their slogan.
THIRD U. S. INFANTRY
HOLDING BIG REUNION
Fargo, Sept. 21,North Dakota
ex-service men are in attendance at
the reunion today of the Thu a U. S.
Infantry at Fort Snelhng Tne date
marks the anniversary of the cap
ture of Monterey, Mexico, 7'3 years
The Infantry organized in 1784
Ls the oldest in the U. S. anl did
service in the Civil War, Indian war,
Spanish American and World Wars.
MODERN SAMARITANS TO
HOLD MEETING TONIGHT
It is desired that all members of
the Modern Samaritans be present at
the regular meeting this evening at
8 o'clock at the K. C. hall.
Earle Bloomquist returned from
Walhalla, N. D., Wednesday morn
ing. He reports a fine crop, although
the threshing being hnidered by the
lain is expected to cause consider
able loss to the farmers.
Mrs. Edmund Bergh suffered con
siderable with throat trouble the first
THE ORIGINAL FIFTH DIVISION NAVAL MILITIA UNIT
meetings are planned.
Experiences were talked oyer at
this meeting and_yanous ^ftrcidents
vrere recounfetT, 'among* tHieni* Being
I part of the week.
Chas. Bloomquist received a tele
gram Friday telling of the death of
his mother, Mrs. Christina Bloom
quist of Ashland, Wis.
Mrs. E. C. Bergh and Miss Gina
Swenson motored to Bemidji Satur
The Big Lake Farmers' club met
at R. E. Nobles' last Wednesday w^b,^another
a fair attendance. The next meet
ing will be held-at Mr. Thos. Wilsons
.October 11.,,. t'^c\
A C. Steele and$J$T Clark vis
itiv^ at^ the honie. of
in of Dr Le *Tanfcei Ur pwinrtYr- i. acwJiw j^^
toh Rosenau, David A.'Browh, Da*-i .Mxs^Jessie Groves.left^upjfit. ^px
id- M- Bressler and Mdrns Wolf, seat
abroad early this Summer by our or
ganisation to 'investigate and verjfjn
the condition of the war stricken
communities in Europe has reported
that our previous estimate of 300,-
000 Jewish orphans In the Ukraine
has been short of the actual fact,"
safd the appeal. "These innocent
victims are hungry, naked and expos
ed to the dire peril of moral de
generacy unless they are at once
properly cared for.
"Together with the American Re
lief Administration we are now feed
ing one half of these children The
remaining other half are equally our
wards. Our duty will not be done un
til we have saved them all
"I am confident that the Jews of
America, who last Fall and Winter
pledged the unprecedented sum of
over $14 000,000 for war relief, will
not permit this terrible tragedy of
the children to persist.
"Realizing what they have done
and what there is still to do, those
of the household of American Jew
ry are earnestly admonished to sig
nalize the advent of the New Year
by coming once more to the aid of
our afflicted brethen who are suf
fering through no fault of their own."
their departure from the city at the
time the above picture was taken.
This picture shows the complete
that time, about 27' of
whom art- Bemidji. The ol-
S^ily^^Lake where_st# w^begjfl
"teaching Monday. .,_, ^...p
,&Miss France? ^Siout, who is at
tending the Bemidji high school,
spent the week end at home.
F. A. Scott is building a house for
On account of the illness of both
Missionary and Mrs. Cummings last
summer, a vegetable social was held
at the Ole Wold home last Saturday.
The evening was spent in a social
way. A supper was served at 11:30.
Mr. and Mrs. Cummings received a
fine assortment of vegetables.
Mrs. R. E. Nobles and children
called on Mrs. Chas. Bloomquist
The farmers in the Big Lake sec*
tion have started to dig potatoes.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley A. Hansen
spent Wednesday afternoon in Be
M. O. Rogholt, who has been quite
sick the past week, is able to be
Mr. and Mrs. Mills, Mr. and Mrs.
Smith and son Ruel, Mr. Mahoney
and daughter Gay, and Mr. and Mrs.
Searls and family wree the Kitichi
people who attended the Joe John
son sale last Tuesday.
Mrs. E. M. Chase and son Charles
were in Cass Lake on business last
Mrs. Oscar Hoglum has a brother
and two sisters from Dent, Minn.,
Arnold Carlson called at the Alex
Sawyer home last Monday.
There was only a small attendance
at the Joe Johnson sale last Tues
day. Everything sold very poorly.
Mr. Johnson stopped the sale, before
many of the cattle were soldthey
went too cheap. Mr. Pendergast of
Bemidji cried the sale.
L. Baumgarten of Cass Lake and
his brother from South Dakota visit
ed Alex Sawyer last Wednesday af
Rev. Marcus Tufteland of Cass
Lake will preach, in the^uck Lake
school house Oct. 1st, at 3 p. m.
Edwin Rogholt helped Leo Ander
son thresh beans last Thursday.
The Emmanuel Ladies' Aid met
last Wednesday, with Mrs. Alex Saw
yer. There was a fair attendance. A
committee consisting of Mrs. Albin
Carlson, Mrs. Edwin) Rogholt and
Mrs. Alex Sawyer were appointed to
appraise the organ the Aid has for
sale. The next meeting will be Oct.
11th. They will meet with Mrs. Ed.
Our teacher's small son, when at
tempting to go to the school house
alone, took the wrong turn in the
road and got lost. He came to the
Joe Johnson farm. Mr. and Mrs.
Johnson took the team and took him
Alex Sawyer went over to Niels
Hanson's Thursday to put up the
hay he bought of Mr. Hanson.
Arthur Leuthe proved up on his
homestead last Tuesday.
Mrs. Alex Sawyr and daughter
Cora called, on Mrs. E. C. Rogholt
and sister last Thursday evening.
Ed. Raferty acted as pilot for Mrs.
Hoglum's brother, who got lost going
to "The. Maple Leaf Farm."
M. O. Rogholt was in Cass Lake
last Saturday. &
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Anderson Tisit
ed Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Rogholt Fri
Albin farlson was out to the Joe
Johnson sale Tuesday. He return
ed to Cass Lake Wednesday.
Mr. Washburn, land clearing ex
pert of Bemidji, came out Monday
to assist the land clearing teams that
were organized here last month.
These teams expected to start work
the 11th of this month. As circum
stances prevented their clearing as
yet, Mr. Washburn returned to Be
Herbert Wood of Bemidji called on
M. O. Rogholt last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Rector gave
very epjigyable- party last
Saturday evening,, A nice large*
^^^aoy.Qf were present and
er b^d* It
lr. i fe
iB^^^iyLM^. .'Rector an son
Try^ajfe^^a^tf fonUn*d a visit at
For Four Days!
Hit FIRST 5 PART PICTVRS
Five Reels of Joy
Something new for Lloyd,
the romance of a "Fraidy
You'll lau gh at Lloyd!
You'll love his grandma!
The story is a surprise.
The finish is a roar.
Some Joy in "Grandma's
There is Strength in
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NOTE The manufacturer* at this newer
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reached the stupendous sale of orer
4.000.000 packases annually, and it has been
used and highly recommended by formerU.S.
Senators, Members of Congress, Judges or
U. S. Courts and many phyicians. We are
able to guarantee that if you do riot obtain all
and even greater results than you expert
from Nnxated Iron the manufacturers will
promptly refund your money.
CITY DRUG STORE
ficers included E A Barker and K.
B. Lytan and Bill McDonald.
This unit was the first of its kind
organized) here anxl before giving
thou MI vie* to the war, a nuintnr
Charles Chase called on M. O.
Rogholt last Monday.
Geo. Luck bought five calves of
Joe Johnson last week.
A a Correspondence School
Detective He's a Scream!
"STUB" POLLARD COMEDY
ON THIRD STREET
Boys' black calf School
Shoes, sizes to 6 .$1.98
Girls' School Shoes, sizes
up to 2, special. .$1.98
Ladies' Felt Comfy Slip
pers, elk cushion
Children's tan calf and
black kid Button
Shoes 9 8c
Ladies' ll-stray House Slip
pers, all sizes .$1.48
Men's Work Shoes, tan
calf, Scout Style.$1. 98
Boys' and Girls' Tennis
Shoes and Oxfords for
School Gym 98c
Men's fine grade Dress
Shoes, tan and black,
Ladies' Oxfords, in black
kid leather ......$1.98
Ladies' fine grade calf
Oxfords, tan .$2.98
Final Cleanup on Whi te
Canvas Oxfords and
of enjoyable cruises were taken. The
unit was well trained and "jumped
into the harness" at the very out
break of the war, having left Bemidji
on the day tlut wai was declared.