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MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER, ,&***
E, Hall of Wilton transactetd bus
iness fit Bemidji Saturtfay&ff
Mrs. Jessie Grove f Pig* -'-^ake
was shopping in Bem^jL^turday.
George Clark of Tjrrt&^ltrylt yas
a between tram visitor _ia ljfemkiji1
W- N. Bowser is repojted J& be ill
at his home suffering" with ^H at
tack of rheumatism.
Good board, six dollars a week
at 417 Minn Ave. Phone 732-W
3t 11 7
M. E. Smith of the Smith Lumber
company, left Saturday night for
Minneapolis to visit his wife and
daughter, Miss Hazel for a time.
ed at Big Falls for a week ior the
Naylor Electric company visited his
family in Bemidji over the week end.
telephone 114 Renders owe it to their guests aad to
to see that items of local interest are reported.
Every item wlil be given proper consideration when the source
of Turtle River motored to Bemidji
Saturday and called on friends.
George W. Chfford reurned yes
terday morning front the Twin Cities
where he has been with relatives for
the past week.
Miss Agnes. Skinvik, teacher at
Pinewood, spent .the week, end in
Bemidji as the guest of her parents
Mr. and Mrs. 0. ^M.^kinvik/'
RTZ type cleaner, cleans your
type, cleans platens, cleans all metal
Disolves grease Cuts spots from your
desk No type brushing 'No picking
out of particles from type. For sale
at Bemidji ^Bootjan^^^ Stationery
store* ^2t 11 6
Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Melby returned
this morning from the Twin Cities
having spent'Saturday and Sunday
there as the guests of relatives.
Gus Larson, who has been employ-
Mrs. I. N. Jeffres, teacher at Spur
was a between train visitor in Be
midji Saturday. She spent the day
shopping, calling on friends and
visiting the State Teachers College]
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Gorman, 901
America avenue are the proud par
ents of a boy born this morning.
"Too late to register, but going to
vote just the same," says the proud
Items for this column will bo gladly receivedfcyMDn Haw*
Mr. and Mrs., Urbin ^Gene*eu*
were caU^t^b"Pl^^^t|ireeW by
the death of h^ja*tiitfk^ Tunlral
|60f00|'to loan. *m Iif#. Io
Mrs. Hector Brown, left on thesaf
ternoon train for (Superior, Wis.,
where she will meet her husband
who is employed by a music huose
there, and they will spend the winter
at that place.
E. G. Brown, traveling ^salesman,
returned the latter part of the week
from Duluth and will remain in
midji until after election^ He is also
taking X-Rsy treatment from the
ddctor while herfc
Miss Jennie Smith, sister of MrsT
J. G. Jecobson, arrived in Bemidji
yesterday from North Dakota where
she has been engaged in supervising
music at teachers* institutes for theRapids
past few weeks, and is now a guest
at the Jacobson home.
cleaner at the Bemidji
home for the past montn iwroaugn-
ter, MISB NeUie, who accompanied
her mother here because of ill health
will remain for a longer time.
Miss Carrie Brown, who has been
working at Grand Forks for several
weeks, returned to Bemidji the lat.
i ter part of the week'to spend the
AFTER- EVERY MEAL
It's BENEFICIAL! Aids
to keep teeth clean and
It's* LONG-LASTING! Full
of flavor that won't chew out.
It's ECONOMICAL! A live
cent package provides a
treat for the whole family.
week end with her parents, Mr
Mrs. P. L. Brown and sister, Miss
Anna. She will leave tomorrow forfor
Little Falls where she will remain
until Thanksgiving time.
Kenneth Kenfield and Mr. and
Mrs. Allen DoTan returned this
morning from, Minneapolis where
they attended University home
coming Saturday," and the football
game. They made the trip by auto.^f^North|n_:a|
Mrs. Kenfield accompanying them, 'A
but she returned by train this morn
ing. The roads were i bad condi
tion from the recent heavy rains.
Tfc uomat wfll be1
typewriter Book and
2t 11 6
Mrs. A^J^Rormaster of Churdan,
Iowa, sister- of Mrs. J. J. Conger 90L
Lake Boulevard, returned home this
morning after visiting at the Conger
home for the pastimonth. Her^ daugh
today^w*at ads. Vwu-*
(What *flle*oW* do yeePauggeat)
Caavriflpfct 4922,-Attociated Editors
P. J. Russell returned1
ing from Puposky, he having hunted
in that vicinity .since Friday of last
"Manslaughter" last time tonight
Elko. 11 6 It
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Schadegg and
sen, Milton motored Friday to their
'farm at Cass Lake where they spent
the week end.
Mark Morse, who has been attend
ing to business -matters at Grand
spent the week end in Be
midji with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Merton Shook and
family expect to leave tomorrow for
Halsey, Oregon, where they will
make their future- home.
last time tonight
11 6 It
A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs.METHODIST.
to be getting along nicely.
Mrs. J. C- Doutsch was removed
from Nurse Mrs. A. S. C. Smith's
residence, 720 Beltrami avenue to
her home at 602 Fourth street.
M. W. Knox has spent the past
at his farm in Pleasant Valley
getting a carload of cord wood ready
shipping to his home in Bemidji.
Edmond,Jewett and family of
Liberty were dinner guests of his
mother, Mrs. Fred Petra, 1005 Mis
sissippi avenue, while shopping in
the city Friday.
Born to fir. and Mrs. Aad A. Tone
Noufchejn |he.. ^Samaritan- Ma-
ternit~ ho/sprtal/TzO* Beltrami ave
nue at 8 o'clock, a boy. Mother and
baby are reported* to be doing welL
St- Paut*$, Ladies' Aid Supper
Wednesday, Nov. 8th in the church
basement, 5 to 8 o'clock. Saurkraut
supper. Saurkraut and
pork roast and mashed
Bread and butter, pickles, apple pie
and coffee. Price 50c. Everybody
welcome. 2t 11 7
Miss Mary Hadrava, who has been
staying at the home of Mrs. M.
Corrigan, 501 Fourth street while atr
returned to the home of her parents
returned to hte home of her parents
Mr. and Mrs- John Hadrava near Be
cida GIVES FINE SERMON
"The Americanization of Edward
Bok" was the subject of Dr. G. H.
Zentz' lecture at the Methodist church
Sunday evening, which was largely
attended in spite of the inclement
"To make this world a bit more
beautiful and a better place in which"
to live, because you nave iDeen
it" was the fundamental thought of
the great editor of the Ladies' Home
Journal and around which Dr.^Zentz-
weaved his story.
That America was the country in
which the poor boy had equal op
portunities and that men of good
character, clean morals and initiative
would succeed as"m no other country,
was pointed out by the speaker
Dr- Zontg considered the book one
of the .greatest, .pieces of literature
of* tecent-tiimW and1
Fred Webster, 723 Eleventh street
left Tuesday morning for Hot
Springs, Ark., in charge of carload of
potatoes which his uncle J. M. Foley
of this city 'is shipping to his
acre farm near Hot Springs.
urged that every
3WfrK men and young
women are being reared, have a copy
of ^this great ^eo their libraries.
Cabbages *avjjb*en osed In England
as subjects, f illustrationt ofrates
question Just am pzofacatiye of dis
cussion as here. The cabbage, it
seems, brought the grower this sum
mer one penny. The freight rate to
London added two pence. The whole
saler put on another. The retailer fol
lowed suit. The result was that the
housewife paid six penceand every
body, Including the railroad, was dis
satisfied.The Nation's Business.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE PIONEEB Cline and'Mi^/L^ifee*ir5eftriim.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
MEETS TUESDAY NIGHT
The regular business meeting of
the Order of-Eastern Star will be
held Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at
the K. C. Hall and all members are
requested to be present.
W ~B?"A1 "OF MACCABEES
TO MEET THIS EVENING
All members of the Woman's
Benefit Association of Maccabees
are requested- to meet this evening
at 8 o'clock at 4he-K. Hall for the
regular business meeting.
BAPTIST STUDY CLASS TO
MEET TUESDAY NIGHT
There will be the regular meeting
of tiie Sunday School study class
at the Baptist church Tuesday eve
ning, following which the Teachers
and officers will hold a business
meeting, and it is desired tha"t all
be present. f?.
MEETS TUESDAY AFTERNOON
The Bed Room division of
Ladies' Aid of *he Methodislrchurch
Mrs- S. A. Cutter chairman, will
meet Tuesday afternoon at
o'clock at the ITrfmT brfflrsTD.'Iff.
Wells, 713 America avenue,' and all
members are urged to be- present
There is much work to be completed
before the Chrisfmw'aair^'affoy as
time is getting near it especially
desired that there be a lariat
tendance at the division meetings.
TO BE HELD TUESDAY NIGHT
A missionary** eii^ertalnmenrVill
be given in the basement of the
Presbyterian .chujffh JTuesday^ eve
ning and at that time, an iUwrtnited
lecture on India* wW-W given' by
Rev. I* P^Warfowlrandraleo-*-pro-
gram of music jtijjvusatt-v
Refreshments will also be served.
The general public isTnvited to at
tend Plans are being made to re
ceive the election jeturjns a&Jtbey
come in at th"at time also. A silver
offering wili be taken to cover tHr
of securing the. slides,
MRS. KOLBE ENTERTAINS
Mrs. B. A. Xojbe entertained the
early part of last week at her home
1111 Doud avenue, for her sister in
law, Mrs. W. F. Fanslow of "Red
Wing. Mrs. Fanslow has been Be
midji for her health ftt^..thfe JW*t
month but will leave this week for
home. The afternoon was spent
in fancy work, conversation and
cards after which Mrs. Kolbe served
lunch The guests were: Mesdames
Phelps, Campbell, Clavin, Hec
tor Brown, Clarence Montague, Web
ster, Golz, H. Eickstad, A.
Phelps "and the guest of honor,'Mrs.
jf ON BIRTH ANNIVERSARY
$A" surprise-birthday party-was
|iven at the home of Mrs. Edwa$4
lewett Friday evening in honoi of
Miss Myrtle Olson, at which 40 of
er young friends were present.
EPISCOPAL ALTAR GUILD morrow at the home of Mrs. C.
TO MEET THIS EVENING Easton, Clayton apartments,, and all
Th Alter (MM of the Wnd .^SSt SUEZ
church will meet this evening at 8
o'clock at the Home of Mrs. W. J.of
Stock, 1116 Bemidji avenue and all
members are urged to be present
ent Mrs. M. L,
PRES. AND MRS. DEPUTY*
Invitations^Jiaye. een iflgvM by
Pre$ident~and Mrs. M. W. Deputv.
sixty members of the senior' CUSS of Mr. Rheal both occuring on that day
the State Teaehers College awoVsev
cral member of the faculty for a
social gathering this afternoon at the
Deputy honteT If21 'Bem^ra^Shuc
between the hours of 3 and 5. Yellow
and white crvsanthemums wejejyisod
jn decorating the home.
and violin and piano mrisic ivasrf'urn S
ished tinroughont the evening- by 5
Messrs. Theodore Cushner and Dick
inson. A cafeteria lunch was served
at 12 o'clock by-Miss Obon's-mother
Mrs. E. E. Dessert^ and Mra 4ewett 5
The table dfecorations consisted of
a large, beautiful birthday* cake sur
mounted by birthday candles for the
guest of honor/rHi^OlSMU5Ka?
recipient of a number of very pretty
gifts from her frieri'ds, wtto departed
at a late homjuwishing bet many-**-
turns of the happy ovcnt^j^st^v.jgv^
Mrst Vadu$ Allen, 606 ^irsMtM^
waa pleasantly surpnscd Friday af
ternpon by abouFthirty of her
friends The afternoon was spent in
prises were Won by Mrs. Nais\^^
Kinnon and Miss Louise ^Be^gjfcr
Lunch waa, stjrvid by the,aelf inmtci
guests. Mrs. JAllen received many
beautiful and useful gif*~ ^S***
present were: -Mesdemes 3. Bhwtdo,
F. Gagnon, H. Bertram, W. Moody,
N. McKinnon, P. Bertram, K. Let
ford, R. Crosby, A. Decheineau, J.
Bertram, D. Neeley. QJEatofaJbur
ton D McKinnon, A. Bertram. F
Dewey, B. MeKinnon, R. Stagg, A.
Cmsholm, J.^iddluJgtdw, F. Nortfi
D. Blorido, *M. "Bertram, f. .Basin, 1.
CATHOLIC LADIES' CIRCLE
NO. 2 PLANS CARD PARTY
Catholic Ladies' Circle No.' 2,
Mrs. Frank Rappatta chairman, will
have a card party to which alt are
invited, Tuesday evening, Novem
ber 7, in the basement of the church.
PRESBYTERIAN MEN TO GIVE
TURKEY DINNER NOV. 22
The men of the Presbyterian
church have set the date for thph*
annual turkey riinnar fnn Wndni*.
day, November 22 and plans are a1-
NO. 2 WILL MEET TUESDAY
Division No. 2 of the Presbyterian
Ladies' Aid will be entertained to-
PRESBYTERIAN DIVISION TO
HOLD MEETING TOMORROW
The dining room division of the
Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian
church, Mrs. BH A. Dilley chairman,
will meet Tuesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. F.* M. Goughnour,' 800
Bemidji aveue, and all members are
urged to be present.
pqUf&i BIRTHDAY PARTY
A fe_w friends werejentertained at
6:30 o'clock dinner Saturday by
Mttt 'George W. RheaVlOlO Beitra
jni avemw, celebrating the birth, an.-
niversaries Mr. E. H. Denu.and'
The guests included Messrs. and
Mesdames A. V. Garlock, R. L. .Giv
en and E. H, Denu.
METHODIST DINING ROOOM
DIVISION MEETS TUESDAY
The Dining Room division of the
Ladies Aid of the Methodist church
will be entertained Wednesday af
ternoon at 2: 80 o'clock by Mrs.
Winter at her home 1104 JJoudJ.
avenue, and! all members are reques
ted to be present. An invitation 'is
to all members of the
Ladies Aid to be guests at this
meeting. The chairman, Mrs. Dick
Van Arnum, asks that all finished
work be brought in at this" time.
NOT SO "HA'D" AS REPORTED
'l| Mutt B Admitted Old .Caesar Got
Out af a Difficult Situation
After raking the lawn daring a warm
fummer morning, old
underway to make it the usual
that It was too hot to keep on, so be
went in search df the woman of the
Jutttse, who had hired him for-tlir-day.
"Mis' Lutie," he said, "Ah done gat
a message dat man sister out here in
de country's had a h'ad fall, and (ley
wants me to come right away"
That afternoon the woman's husband
met old Caesar down jtowu. "Why,
Caesar," he said, "I thought you'd"had
to go to see your sister in the coun-
i 'Tassuh, yamuh," the old negro hur
riedly assured him: "Ah done started,
sub yassuh. Den," be added In a sud
den burst of inspiration, "Ah done got
anudder message said she didn't fall
THOS. J. STOREY
611, 6th Ave. E.
Prices and Catalogue
UndeY'tmr'aiTection of Pro. Gtls
dorf jSQ^years experience Fall
term_now_ open. Write for Free
'TWIr^CITY BARBER COLLEGE
204.Henim|ria Ave., MinneapoHf,
To Screen the Phone
Little conveniences that adorn the
house carry messages of good will at
Christmas time. A phone screen cov
ered with plain and figured cretonne,
and providing a place for records of
telephone numbers and calls will be
welcome to men and Women altfte.
DEGREE OF HONOR Wit** $
GIVE HALLOWEEN PARTY
The committees in charge are
making plans for a big time at the
Halloween party to be given by theprivileged
Degree Q,f Honor tomorrow night
in the K- C. Hall. A musical program
hell for tht kd!ri5jSS!r
E. ALEXANDE POWELL
"The Shadow of Asia5!no
World Famous Traveler, who will lecture
In The Daily Pioneer
And running every day for a number of weeks
Will be suggestions for things to" make for giftr
giving for Chrjstrnafr-
Many new ideas for handiwork are (idtfitained 5
4hopoi illuptration with-^\ort-*-mstructkniR *n-~~
how to accom&tfsh tlrfelAj
LWAXCR FOR THEM EVERY
will' bV provided. All local members
of the Order and their husbands,
also the A. O. U. W. and their wives
are invited to attend and each is
to invite a friend. It~ier
expected that there will be a large
Will show you why '^agg
443 times in N. Y. Now on the screen
A Metro-Rex Ingram
production of John Goldcn's famous "pTayT Writ-,
ten by Winchell Smith and John E. Hazzard.
A Christie Comedy in two parts
Grand Orche,ajbra 7:10-9:00,
i AT THE Mi. CHURCH AT 8 PJM.
STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE LECTURE COURSE PRESENTS
There are 41) days 'til Christmas and the mer
chants of the city are already making prepara
tions to take care of a healthy Xmas trade.
DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY