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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1915
About The City
Miss Nellie Wilson of Wilton spent
yesterday in the city on business.
Mrs. B. H. Edwards of Maltby
transacted business in Bemidji yes
W. W. Thomason, United States
government agent, left last night for
Read the synopsis for "Scandal"
in the Grand Theater's ad in this
Mrs. Carl Maltrud and daughter,
Mabel, of Becida spent yesterday in
the city on business.
Mrs. M. M. Sheets and Mrs. Buxon
of Plantaganet were the guests of
Bemidji friends yesterday.
Mrs. Hattie Ostrander and Olive
Clark of Turtle River transacted
business in Bemidji yesterday.
J. E. Cowan, cashier of the First
LEST WE FORQET
In case of fire call 349.
The Bemidji schools will open
Tuesday, Sept. 7.
The Red Lake agency fair will be
held Sept. 22, 23 and 24.
The next meeting of the board of
county commissioners will be held
on October 4.
The next term of court for Bel
trami county will convene, Tuesday,
There will be another sale of state
school and swamp land of the county
Wednesday, September 8.
Spring chicken dinner given by the
men of the Methodist church, Friday
afternoon, September 17, from 5 to 8
On December 9 and 10 the winter
convention of the Northern Minne
sota Development association will be
held in Bemidji.
"Loveland," a musical comedy
sented under the auspices of the Be
midji Elks, will be staged at the
Brinkman Sept. 16-17.
Beltrami county's annual fair will
be held on September 15, 16, 17 and
18. September 15 will be entry day.
The state fair will be in progress
September 6 to 11.
THE MINNESOTA STATE FAIR might be called THE
I CHILDREN'S FAIR. There is no other Fair in America
that pays as much attention to the boys and girls. At the
Fair, Sept. 6 to 11, spelling and pig club contests for the
state championship will be held for 150 children. A Farm
Boys' Camp for over 100 farm boys will be held at the
Fair's expense. Over $300 in prizes are offered for corn
shown by the boys. A baby show for children between 12
and 36 months of age will be a big feature. The greatest
display of school work ever assembled is to be shown in
the School Exhibits building. Over one-fourth of the
Woman's building is reserved for a child welfare and kin-
dergarten exhibit, and the work of little boys and girls in
state schools for the unfortunate. A canning contest for
girls, and a girls' bread making contest for the state cham-
pionship, as well as liberal prizes for girls' cooking and
sewing, will interest the girls. Write to John C. Simpson,
Hamline, Minn., for a premium list. Going? LET'S GO!
State bank of Northome, transacted
business in the city yesterday.' t,z
G. P. Jones of Bagley, one of the
state oil inspectors, is in the city
for a few days, inspecting oil.
One of these days you ought to
go to Hakkerup's and have your pic
O. L. Breckner of Red Lake, su
perintendent of the Cross Lake
schools, was a Bemidji visitor to
E. A. Feldman, J. O. Beach and
E. P. Ellingson of Northome trans
acted business in the city yester
Walter F. Dickens, superintendent
of the Red Lake agency, and wife are
in Bemidji today, enroute to the
Ralph Brandon left last night for
Conrad, Mont., where he' will be as
sistant cashier of the First National
lave your furniture repaired at
the bargain store, first class work at
Mrs. George Grigg and Mrs. C' C.
Spragg of Becida were among the
out-of-town visitors in the city yes
Miss Ethel Newcomb of Hines was
in the city yesterday between trains
and while here was the guest of
Bueford M. Gile, agricultural
teacher in the Bemidji schools, will
leave Saturday for Minneapolis to
attend the state fair.
The opening of the Henrionnet Mil
linery parlors will be held Friday
and Saturday, September third and
fourth. A splendid showing of
Autumn and Winter millinery has
Charles Comins^y of Schneider
Bros, clothing store will go to the
Twin Cities Saturday night where he
will visit his parents.
E. H. Winter, of the Reynolds &
Winter Insurance Co., will go to the
Twin Cities this evening where he
will attend the state fair.
Judge C. W. Stanton will go to
International Falls tomorrow on of
ficial business. He expects to re
turn on the evening train.
Mrs. Cling of Red Lake was in
the city yesterday making .arrange
ments for her daughters to attend
To the Public.
"I feel that I owe the manufac
turers of Chamberlain's Colic,'Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy a word
of gratitude," writes Mrs. T. N.
Witherall, Gowanda, N. Y. "When
I began taking this medicine I was
in great pain and feeling terribly
sick, due to an attack of summer
complaint. After taking a dose of
it I had rot long to wait for relief
as it benefited me almost immediate-
ly." Obtainable everywhere.Adv.
The House of Quality
Lois Webber and Phillip Smalley in
5 Parts "SCANDAL" 5 Parts
A mighty protest against the scandal-mongers who ruin
the reputations and lives of their victims.
a&" A drama every man, woman and child should see.
Wm. Wright was a clean man who loved his wife and whose
business was in such a precarious condition that his correspondence
was too important to trust to any one except his stenographer, who
had injured an ankle and was confined to her home. He therefore
called upon her there to dictate some letters, and idle gossip was
started. Like a land-slide it increased until it became a scandal-
can you imagine the rest?both innocent, both accused.
-DON'T MISS IT
Shows at 7:30, 8:45 5cAdmission15c
the Bemidji high school this term.
Ben Brown and Ben Little Creek,
two Indian boys from Red Lake
Agency, left last night for the In
dian' school at. Lawrence, Kansas.
F. S.- Lycan, proprietor of .the
Markham hotel, will go to the Twin
Cities tomorrow, where he will at
tend the races on the new speedway.
Miss Catherine Jackson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jackson, will
leave Monday for Villa Scolastica,
where she will enter first, year high
Miss Marie Cahill, one of the Be
midji graduates of the class of 1915,
will leave Saturday night for Ten
strike, where she will teach school
A. P. White, president of the
Northern National. bank, and son,
Harold, will leave tomorrow for Min
neapolis where they will attend the
Do not fail to visit the Henrionnet
Millinery parlors their Autumn and
Winter opening days, Friday and
Saturday, September 3 and 4. A spe
cial showing of new and exclusive
styles may be seen.Adv.
Miss Lillian McGregor, daughter
of Mrs. Mary McGregor, of this city,
will go to Turtle River Monday where
she will be principal of the public
schools this year.
Frank Koors and sister, Mae Koors,
left this morning by auto for Min
neapolis, where they will spend a
week attending the state fair and
the speedway races.
J. W. Naugle and family, who have
occupied the residence at 523 Bel
trami avenue, have moved into the
new house just back of this property
and facing Sixth street.
Miss Minnie Bailey, Mr. and Mrs.'
Rathman of Jamestown, N. D., and
Attorney Thayer C. Bailey motored
to Red Lake this morning. They will
return to Bemidji this evening.
Miss Marion White, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. White, left last
night for the University of Minne
sota, where she will resume her stud
ies, this being her second year there.
Charles Schroeder, secretary of the
Beltrami County Fair association, and
who has charge of the Beltrami coun
ty exhibit at the-state fair, will leave
Saturday night for the Twin Cities.
A special display of girls' school
hats will be on exhibition at the
Henrionnet Millinery parlors during
the opening days, Friday and Sat
urday, "September 3 and 4. A cor
dial welcome is extended.'Adv.
Mrs. W. B. Stewart of Dewey av
enue left this morning for New York
city and Malone, N. Y., and other
points in the East, where she will
visit relatives and friends for some
W. E. Elliott, proprietor of the
Fair store, is spending a few days
in Minneapolis, buying stock for his
store. He is accompanied by Joe
Hahn, who is employed at the Fair
Miss Laura Nykreim, who has
spent her vacation, with friends in
Bemidji, returned to her home in
Fargo, N. D., yesterday. Miss Nyk
reim is deputy treasurer of Clay
Miss Anna Klein will leave Mon
day for Bass Lake, where she wilt
teach school. Miss Klein is a grad
uate of the Bemidji schools and this
is her second year as teacher at
Bass Lake. in
The "out-of-the-ordinary" lobby,
display and electric effects installed
by Operator A. A. Lee, for "The
Rosary," at the Rex theater tonight
and tomorrow, are well worth see
ingto-saying nothing of the extra
John Gilstad of Blackduck, who'
has been assisting Charles Schroeder
gathering the Beltrami county ex
hibits for the Minnesota state fair,
will go to the cities Saturday night
to attend the fair. "^r^Vr^-.^ ~YI**Vfcr,
Bestul, who has spent his
summer vacation at Northfield, ar
rived in the city this morning. Mx,,
Bestul will^teach eeometry and, phys-^
ics in the Bemidji schools this being
his third year here.
P. J. O'Leary and family and Ju
lius Miller left this morning 'for
Chisholm, Hibbing, Virginia and
other range "towns, where they will
spend a week. They are making the
trip by automobile.
William Jackson, son of Mr. and
Mrs, Edward Jackson, of Irvine av
enue, will leave Monday for St. John's
college, Collegeville, Minn., where he
will take a commercial course. This
is his second year at St.: John's.
Rev. O. A. Anderson of Rosewood,
Minn., will hold services at the Ed
ward Anderson residence tomorrow
night at 8 o'clock. AH are welcome
to the services. From Bemidji Rev.
Anderson will go to Rainy River.
Miss Mona Flesher, who has spent
the past several months in Bemidji,
a guest at the A. A. Warfield home
on Lake Boulevard, will leave this
evening for her home in Indianola,
Jack Burgess, the seven-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Del Burgess,
who :was operated on at Tower,
Minn., a short time ago, having his
tonsils and adenoids removed is get
ting along nicely after the opera
Miss Emma Noeson, who has made,
Bemidji her home for the past
years, will leave tomorrow for Crook
ston. Miss Noeson was the success
ful winner in the Huffman & O'Lear^
piano contest, which closed last eve
The regular weekly dance at
Birchmont Beach summer hotel will
be held Friday evening this week,
instead of Saturday night, as so many
Bemidji young people find they are
unable to attend the. Saturday eve
Dr. E. W. Johnson left last night
for Chicago, where he will spend a
month at the Chicago Post Graduate
college. Dr. G. Lampson of Minne
apolis will arrive in Bemidji in a
few days and will occupy Dr. John
son's offices and have charge of his
business during his absence.
Walter Marshall of Fargo, Harold
Rasmusson, Hugh Rosaaen, Walter
Baumgartel, Ed Sylvester and Einer
Rossberg left this morning for La
vinia, Lake Bemidji, where they -rwill
remain for a week or ten days on
an outing visit. They will be domi
ciled at the Mrs. H. O. Rosaaen cot
tage.rCrookston Daily Times.
Mrs. Werner and daughter, Anna,
former residents of Bemidji, but who
ACTION OF SINGLE SPOONFUL
Bemidji people who bought the
simple mixture of buckthorn bark,
glycerine, etc., known as Adler-l-ka,
are surprised at the INSTANT effect
of a SINGLE SPOONFUL. This rem
edy is so complete a bowel cleanser
that it Is used successfully in appen
dicitis. Adler-i-ka acts on BOTH up
per and lower bowel and ONE
SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY
CASE of constipation, sour or gassy
stomach. ONE MINUTE after you
take it the gasses rumble and- pass
out. French & Company, Druggists.
havevmade their home in Pine City,
JMinn./ foe/some-time, have .returned
toi Bemidji and will make their home
here. Mr. Werner is in Montana
at the present time and will Join his
family later. Miss Werner is em
ployed at Carlson's Variety store..k
J. P. Oronemiller of Chicago, who
owns sf farm in the town of North
ern, arrived here Tuesday night and
expects to remain until November 1.
Mr. Cronemiller states that the grain
in Minnesota looks as good as in the
states of Iowa and Illinois, with the
exception of the corn stalks, which
are a little -larger in those states,
although they have had some frosts.
James Malone, a former Crookston
young man and a brother of Mes
dames H. J. Welte and J. F. Norman
of this city, was in Crookston last
evening. He is bound for v~ Grand
Forks where he has accepted a posi
tion on the repetorial staff of the,
Grand Forks Herald. Mr. Malone
was formerly connected with the Be
midji Pioneer. Crookston Daily
Times. \i "5?
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder of
Larson, Wis., are the guests of Mr.
Schroeder's brother, William Schroed
er, of Minnesota avenue and will re
main in the city for a couple of
weeks. This is Mr. Schroeder's first
visit to Bemidji and he was sur
prised and pleased to find such an
up-to-date little city. He has made
a trip around the lake and to the
Warfield dam by boat and pronounced
the scenery among the prettiest he
Del R. Burgess will leave Saturday
nighit for Duluth and from th^re
will go to Solon Springs, Wis., where
he will spend Sunday with his fam
ily. He will leave Monday for Chi
cago, where he will take a four years'
veterinary course. Dr. W.. K. Deni
son, V. S., will go'to Chicago with
Mr. Burgess and will remain there
for a week or ten days. Mrs. Bur
gess and son, Jack, will remain in
Solon Springs, the guests of Mr. Bur
gess' parents until her husband finds
suitable quarters in Chicago, when
they will join him there.
AUTUM N ^AN
The Henrionnet Millinery
are ready with a special showing of
:gw Opening Uays Friday and Saturday, September 3 and 4
v-^v-J^3 Th Phnrn Drama TYA iiv*
Friday and Saturday
September 3 and 4
"We Invite You"
i An exhibit of Guage, Fisk-Landisco-and New^York patterns will be among this season'a^ahMNi lejylert.
The inherent charm of new autumn millinery is known of all women, and Bemidji fashion leUow^slil meet
In five parts
"The Suicide jCliM"
Adopted from Robert Louis Stivenson's famous atorym
-_ and Charles Chaplin in
"His Musical Career"
of the Extraordinary/Photoplay
Re Theatre Tonight
First Show 7:00, Second about 8:45, Any Seat 25c
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