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BERTHA GOLDBERG HOSTESS
In honor of her sixteenth birth an
Irereary, Miss Bertha Goldberg en
ained a number of friends Friday
owning. The rooms were prettily
decorated with cut flowers and the
hours were spent in games and music
after which lunch was served. The
hostess was assisted in serving by
Miss Florence Kopman and Miss
Jeanette Goldberg. The guests in
cluded Doris Flatley, Pearl Tanner,
Thelma Bowers, Verna Barker, Lor
raine Kreatz, Aimee Peterson, Leona
Carlton and Pearl Phibbs.
DINNER GUESTS AT MARKHAM
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Jester enter
tained at dinner at the Markham
hotel last evening, in. honor of Miss
la Russness of Moorhead. The
ssts included Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
icon, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fallon,
[iss Emma Russness, Kathryn and
Hadys Jester. Yellow jonquils were
used in decorating. After dinner the
guests were taken to the Grand.
Mrs. F. G. Schadegg was hostess
this afternoon to .her Sunday school
class, the first year junior boys of
the Methodist church. The guests
were Gordon Harnwell, Forrest
Sathre, Theodore Larson, David
Gwinn, Carl Brandstadt, Sylvan Pa
qnin, Donald Denley, Dan McGregor,
Winston Molander, Bruce McGhee,
Harold Thursdale, Milton Schadegg
and Norman Brown.
Frank Schroeder was pleasantly
surprised by a number of his friends
and neighbors last evening, the oc
ion being his birth anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kenfield of
Bend, Ore., who have been the guests
of Mrs. Kenfield parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Cochran, Sr., and of Mr.
Kenfleld's parents, Mr', and Mrs. E.
E. Kenfield, of Lake Boulevard, for
the past two weeks, will leave this
evening tor Minneapolis. Mr. Ken
Id will return to the west and will
visit in Portland, Seattle and Spo
kane before returning to his duties
in the shipping department of the
Shevlin-Hixon Lumber company in
Bend. Mrs. Kenfield will spend a few
days in Minneapolis, the guest of
friends, and will return to Bemidji
where she will be' the guest of rela
tives for several months before re
turning to Bend.
To intending settlers and farm la
borers apply to W. E. Black, Can
adian Government Agent, Clifford
Building, Grand Forks, N. Dak., for
tiers' and laborers' rates and other
formation in Western Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Garrison and
family of Nebish were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Letford, 800 Be
midji avenue, Saturday, while en
route to Fort Frances, Canada, where
Mr. Garrison has accepted a position
with the.Crookston Lumber company.
The Henrionnet millinery will re
ceive a new shipment of hats every
day this week. Ladies, call and see
their line before buying your Easter
Miss Marion Ambuehl, a student
in the high school at Fosston, was
in the city Saturday, enroute to her
home at Clearbrook where she will
be the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Ambuehl, during Easter va
Mrs. Elmer Lewis and Miss Lil
lian Larson of Bagley were the guests
of their brother, Albin Larson, and
family in Bemidji Saturday. Mr.
Larson is section foreman.
Township plats snowing govern
ment surveys and to which has been
added roads, ditches and other local
information, for sale at the Pioneer
office at 25ce each. 47
Mrs. August Stenland of Leonard
was in the city Saturday enroute to
her home from Grand Forks, N. D.,
where she has been the past several
Mr. and Byron Wentworth of Tur
tle River returned to their home to
day after spending the week-end at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Hines.
Have you seen the new line of
Easter hats at the Henrionnet mil
linery parlors? Store open evenings
until 8 o'clock Saturdays until 10.
Miss Rosalind Davis of Shevlin
was the guest of friends in the city
for a few hours Saturday, returning
to her home on the afternoon train.
Miss Cora Stout, a Bemidji high
school student, went to Island Lake
Saturday where she will spend her
Easter vacation with her parents.
Sheriff Andrew Johnson cf Be
midji is here enroute to Spooner on
official business.International Falls
Daily Journal, March 31.
Kodak films developed, only 10c
prints only 3c up post card size,
only 5c. Rich Studio, 29 10th St.
LeRoy Barwise returned this morn
ing to Grand Rapids after visiting
over Sunday with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William Lilye.
Mrs. Joe Lenes of Fosston arrived
in the city today and will be the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Milo Gal
lenger, for a week.
In a few days .you will not be
able to get any diaries. Get them
now, 1-3 off at the Pioneer office, tf
Gladys Howe of Fosston wili be
the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary
Howe of this city, during Easter va
quality at price
phone, 570-W. Rich Studio, 29 10th
Eugene Gillson of Brainerd was
the guest of his sister, Mrs. A. D.
Johnson, and family over Sunday.
One of these nice days you ought
to go to Hakkerup's and have your
picture taken.Adv. 14tf
Philip Denu, who was the guest of
the W. F. Dickens family at Red
Lake, returned this morning.
Get your diaries before the supply
has been exhausted 1-3 off. Pio
neer office. tf
J. W. Naugle spent Saturday at
Brainerd in the interests of the Nau
gle Pole & Tie company.
7:30 8:45 TONIGHT 6c & 15c
A WORLD Feature in 5 parts
"ALL MAN" r*2E*-i
Featuring the two favorites
How a "black sheep" makes good, contrary to the ex-
pectations of the father who tried the experiment of
cutting off his' allowance
TOMORROW BLANCHE SWEET
in "THE DUPE"
"THE HOUSE OF QUALITY"
BEMIDJI HORSE MARKET
We Buy and Sell Horses,
Harnesses and Vehicles. I
Moberg Construction Company
Tetophon* 272 Bemidji, Minn.
What Warn if?
Mrs. Kate Simons and daughter,
Laura of Puposky were the guests of
Bemidji friends Saturday.
New line of school girls' hats at
the Henrionnet millinery parlors.
E. N. Ney, proprietor of the Rex
theater, went to Minneapolis last
evening on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hayth of town
of Northern transacted business in
Diaries of all descriptions 1-3 off
at the Fioneer office as long as they
Miss Gladys Johnson of the town
of Frohn was a business visitor in
the city Saturday.
You'll like Koors' bread. Ask your
grocer for it. d27tf
Mrs. George Grow of the town of
Ecklea transacted business in Be
150,000 to loan on farms. Dean
-Land Co.Adv. d7ltf
Mrs. C. L. Medley of Tenstrike
was a between-train visitor. in the
Optometry means eye service.
Mrs. G. W. Vail of Wilton was a
business visitor in the city Saturday.
Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
That is the joyful cry of thousand:
since Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tab
lets, the substitute for calomel.
Dr. Edwards, a practicing physician
for 17 years and calomel's old-time en
emy, discovered the formula for Olive
Tablets while, treating patients for
chronic constipation and torpid livers.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do not
contain calomel, but a healing, sooth
ing vegetable laxative.
No griping is the "keynote" of these
little sugar-coated, olive-colored tablets.
They cause the bowels and liver to act
normally. They never force them to
If you have a "dark brown moui'i"
now and thena barl breatha dull.
tired feelingsick headache torpid
liver and are const
rpated, you'll^ find
quick, sure and only pleasant results
from one or two htt'c Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets :t ucd'.ime.
Thousands take one or two every
night jurt to l:"n right. Try them.
10c and 25c per L^A. All druggists.
"White House" Tea and Coffee
served exclusively at the
THIRD ST. CAFE
Harmony and History
Phone 816 209 3rd St
BEAUTYPARLORS Full Line of Melba Toilet
We have them here at the Pioneer
What township do you want?
Those we have in stock are most
They show the high lands, swamp
lands, rural hignways, farms, school
They sell for 26 cents each.
We have most of the towns In
ranges 26, 30, 31, 33, 34, 37 and 38,
excepting Red Lake reservation. We
also have odd townships in Koochi
ching, Hubbard and Clearwater coun
They were prepared by E. J. Bour
geois, engineer and surveyor, and are
KEEP A JAR OF
tt Quickly Loosens Up Coughs and
Colds in Throat or Chest
Just a little Musterole rubbed on your
sore, tight chest before you go to bed
will loosen up congestion and break up
most severe colds and coughs.
Musterole is a clean white ointment
made with oil of mustard. Simply rub
it on. No plaster necessary. Better than
mustard plaster and does not blister.
Thousands who use Musterole will tell
what relief it gives from sore throat,
bronchitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck,
asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion,
pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and
aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore
muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet
qjid colds (it often prevents pneumonia).
Ties Itself In a Knot.
HcAv fishes tret off the hook is always
interest!!)}:, for the most talked of fish
is the fish that got away. Chapman
Grant, who gets fish for the Aquarium,
has witnessed the remarkable manner
in which morays will disengage them
selves from the hook. If held dangling
in the air the moray will double on
himself, tie the knot ami pull his head
"At this juncture," says Mr. Grant,
"it has always been my experience that
the hook or line broke, allowing the
fish to escape. Mr. Mowbray, how
ever, states that he has seen morays
strangle themselves when caught with
strong tackle."New fork Sun.
The Daily Pioneer receives
wire services of the United
Bright, sparkling eyes and a
sweet breath are dependent on
a healthy condition of the sys
tem. Rouge and other cos
metics fool no one, and are dan
gerous to health. Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea, a tea
spoon of herbs in a cup of hot
water, makes health-giving
red blood and that means a
clear skin with rosy cheeks,
bright eyes, and steady nerves.
Does away with impurities,
pimples and blackheads.
THE CUT DRUG STORE
Flora Parker DeHaven
the bewitching star of stage
A wonderful, dramatization
of Olga Printzlan's famous
story. (5 acts).
Matinee Daily 2:305 and 10c
Evenings 7:30-8:455 and 15c
WM. FOX Presents
Stuart Holmes &
"Sins of Men"
A dramatic arraignment of
the evil men do
7 ACTS 7
Matinee* 2:30-4:15-6c, lc
Kvenlng7:30-8:45 ill seats 15c
Children accompanied by
parents will be admitted
"TOMORROW" OFTENTIMES DEVELOPS INTO
Your child will not always remain at
home. School, college, after lifeall
these will becken. Will you then have
photographs of your child to fortify
you against his absence?
MAKE AN APPOINTMENTBring Your Child Today
The Hakkerup Studio
3rd Street Bemidji
I W Have the Lot Yo Want
Most of those choice lots in Bemidji are ours to sell, because 5
we own them. It is better to buy direct from the owner.
PAY AS YOU LIKE
In most cases these are the terms. We are 5
here to help you secure a home of your own. 5
I BEHIDJI TOWNS1TE & IMPROVEMENT CO. 1
=j THAYER C. BAILEY, Local Agent.
F. X. B. & B. B.
"The Great Secret"
Fifth and one of the most exciting episodes.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew in Comedy
Also a two part "Black Cat" story
"The Little Missionary"
"Through the Wmir'fSA
Nell Shipman, Wm. Duncan & Geo. Holt