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THUBBDAYrMAICH 28, 1917\l
TABEWEEL SUBPBISE v*i
Gramb.0|Mr. &ti$im|jj[ $
son, ^tft%'and Mr^^1
USES BY FRIENDS
HOSTESS TO AID
Mrs. Martin LonghaHa entertain
ed the Ladies Aid society of the Bap
1st church yesterday.,, A Hoover
ized supper was served from 5 to 7
o'clock* which was well attended.
550,000 to loin on farms. Dean
Land Co. d71tf
Thor Moen of Gully passed the daj
in the city on business.
Many special features at the mili
tary ball, Elks' hall, April 1.
Don't, fool yourself by missing the
Home, Guard ball, Elks' Hall, April 1.
Mrs. Lottie Achenbach of Wilton
visited relatives in Bemidji Wednes
No charging, no delivery of goods
after this week. William H. Schmitt
& Co.. 2-329
Mrs. Hugo Hensel and Mrs. H. A.
Speck of Frohn passed yesterday in
Mrs. O. N. Johnson of Turtle River
was the guest of Bemidji friends
See ad of William H. Schmitt &
^o. Cash a nd carry plan on and
after April. 1. 2-329
One of these nice days you ought
to go to Hakkerup's and have your
picture taken. 14tf
Get a "supply of coffee now while it
lasts and save 25 per cent at
Schmitt's grocery. 2-329
Miss Nellie Boobar of Nary was
the guest of Bemidji friends yester
day, between trains.
Mrs. Retta Foster and Mrs. O. Bor
flen of Wilton were between-train
shoppers in Bemidji yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Goodmanson of
Turtle River autoed to the city yes
terday and transacted business.
Your portrait is'a dainty compli
ment for a friend at Easter. Rich
Studio, 29 10th St. Phone 570-W.
Mrs. J. H. Laney of Turtle River
is visiting her son, Lieutenant R.
L. La^ey, at Camp Dodge, Iowa, this
Do you believe in Vivisection? If
not, try Chiropractic, the first aid
to Nature. See Lunde, the Chiro
TONIGHT7:30 & 9:00
An absorbing drama of the
Lea Moran & Eddie Lyons
"Wild and Wooly Women"
In Western Drama
Oliif LUrtde'ari'lved frbm Duluth
this morntng and will Visit hitTsist&r
and brother-in-law, Mr.V1':d
Mrs. filhfr Miss
ss MatWlda UMcfe,-
Northern wag pleasantly surprised by
about twenty friends arid neighbors
TueadayjSatsheri hpmes^ Whilerat the*}*^
Whit^i h$mie, ms$: %en VBIU^, oiie'
of the gueSts, Ire^eiyedsiav teifgra^
fro&^East Grand iForks.^ari'nfturicirfg
the death of her brother, Hugh, who
had been killed in an-automobile ac^
cident that day. Miss Blue and her
father left yesterday morning for th"e
home of the deceased.
an Mrs.' A.
Mr. and Mrs.' Ed Johnson of
Fifth ward were surprised toy a num-i
ber. pf friends and neighbors last
evening, who came in" and passed
the hbWBMWto.eaeftted them *ithj/ enr stecnman or rensir,
L. B! Mofgarf, Mrs. George
Till ted Walter Dow of Yola autoed
the city yesterday and spent the
day with mends.
Stechma of Tenstrik was
?lr-Mfiy^*8iS^Sy^l^ stored that ^H^i- *hpteLandl
Miss ^lildred^Lo,orais,-j)rincjpal of
th'e|p5emidji highSschpp^-has gbne tq
Mifrjafcapbiis to'spend" her Easter va-t
cation with relat|ves.and friends. j,
Tlj Bible class of the Norwegian]
.Fre| church will Ttreet-at the MathW
Larson home this evening at 8
o'cilfck. A good attendance is urged.
R^ss l^una FbrSberg 0 ^auk
en|fer this morning -vyliere she:^wil'
alssri: Easier Svacation^t her home
She| is a'J*eacher
Ofe Selvog of Solway was among
"the husiness visitors in the city yes
Good territory, the best policies,
liberal agency contracts, for good ac
cident insurance salesmen in Minne
sota and South Dakota. Write. Na
tional Casualty Co., 429 Palace Bldg
Minneapolis, Minn. 6-42
Th0 aut parcel, delivery is again
doing business: Will also handle
baggage, express or leight 'freight in
connection with my parcel delivery.
Headquarters at Palmer's Feed Store.
Phone 885.. C. N. Shannon. 1-328
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. JWobson will
leave today for Scoby, Mont.., where
Mr.. Jacobson will look after the
spriiig work on his-land. Mr. Ja
cobsipn is connected" with the Be
midii] Drainage company'of this city.
R$v. O. P. Grambp of the Fifth
ward officiated at th* funeral of An
ton Severson at Nary yesterday. In
ternment was made in the'Malvick
cemetery. Mrs. Grainbo accompanied
him*to Nary' to attend the funeral.
Hi A. Fladhammer of the town of
Liberty was among the business vis
itors' in Bemidji yesterday. Mr.
Fladhammer ^stated he has [all his
wheat in, as he believed iri getting
it in as early as possible in this
Harold Schmitt returned home this
morfaing from Minneapolis, where he
is studying dentistry at the Univer
sity -of Minnesota. He will pass
Easter vacation with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William H. Schmitt, of
Evangeline Schmitz has accepted
a position as stenographer with A.
W. Aamot, county agricultural agent,
and has commenced her duties. She
was formerly employed in thefjudge
of probate's office, which, vacancy has
been filled by Miss yiolet Matljespn,
Miss Marie Barcelo, private sec
retary for the superintendent of the
Crosby schools, will arrive in Be
midji Friday enroute to Crookston,
where she will visit her parents dur
ing-'Easter. She. will be a guest at
the ,W. H. Schmitt home while in
Mrs. \V:A Tabor and daughter, Lor
raine, left this afternoon for Crook
ston, where .-they, will spend, six
weeks, the guests of relatives and
friends. At the end of that time
they will join Mr. Tabor in Billings,
Mont. Mr. Tabor left for Billings
Monday, having accepted a position
as traveling salesman in the Lin.ds^y
Joe Wagner of Red Lake Falls
was in the city this week, enroute
to .St. Cloud, where he will purchase
blooded stock for his farm near Red
Lake Falls. Mr. Wagner was one of
the pioneer settlers in Beltrami coun
ty, and came to this count before
Bemidji was started. He owned land
in the town of Northern for some
commissioner from this district,
time and was at one time county
Rub Mustefole on Forehead
A headache remedy without the dan
gers of "headache medicine." Relieves
headache and that miserable feeling from
colds or congestion. And it acts at once!
Musterole is a clean, white ointment,
mrds with oil of mustard. Better than a
r.Tistard plaster and does not blister.
ILrd only externally, and in no way can
It elect stofn'acli and heart, as some in
t.rr.El medicines do.
Excellent for sore throat, bronchitis,
crc-.p, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, con-
--.:'.:en, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago,
11 nains and: aches of the back or joints,
--.r ir.3, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains,
t'.'ootod feet, colds of the chest (it often
20c and 60c jars hospital size $250
in the Bemidji
nd While .here called at jthe
Pilo'iieer oJEice' and r^newe.^^ris'isjib-
M4ss Ruth HardinWt'each^r.-in'tne
local schools, went to Cass Lake to
day where, she will sjjend-Easter vad
cation with her parents1,-
Mrs.' H. N. Harding.
Miss Carrie Brown went to Min
neapolis last evening.where she will
be one ofithe contestants iri the state
declamatory contest. Miss Lola
Brodkorb, of the Bemidji schools.ya.c-
The Douglas Fairbanks
Miss Anna Benda, teacher the
Braln erdj where ^she* w\ll ..spend
Easter v|icatiQ\ a,)ijije]$
Mary MacLane, author of the phe
nomenal book, "I, Mary MacLane," is
known throughout the country, not
only in literary circles, but among all
Miste MacLah e^ role in "Men Who
Ha.v'e Made'Lbvei'to Me/? her own
life story to be shown at the Elko
A' typical JTriangle araiha- bf the'
west, "The Law's Outlaw," featuring
Roy Stewar,ty the. cowboy and a com^
edy is on the,Grand"theater program
"DRAFT 258" TONIGHT
Extensive preparations have been
made jby the Rex management tp
take careoff the large crowds sure tc
atftenaA "Dreift' 2^58"\t onig1fr| and to^
morrow, matinee and evening. The
Home Guard and the Fourteenth
Home Guard battalioh^and-".]:. have
been invited and the family of Harry
Bowers, draft No. 258 of Beltrami
county, will also be guests of the
For matinees the admission will
be 10 and 20 cents, and in the eve
ning all seats will be 20 cents.
"Draft 258" is a photodrama that
will make America dearer to every
one of its citizens. It is the story
of a typical American family. Mary
Alden (Mabel Taliaferro), a shop
girl, tells her sweetheart she will
marry him. when he comes to her in
a uniform,-and he happily complies
with her 1equest. One of her bro
thers, Matthew, is a socialist, and
German agents use him as a tool be
fore he realizes their true motive.
Mary is a genuine torch of patriot
ism,-inspiring many to give both
themselves and their, money to the
service of the government. Mary is
abducted by German agents and
placed in an aeroplane factory which
they are about to blow up. The cli
max is exciting in the extreme, arid
the production glows with patriotism
and devotion to the nation.
Notice today's Want Ada, back page.
TOMORROW & SATURDAY
In her own story
"MEN WHO HAVE
MAM LOVI TO ME"
"Men Who Have
Made Love toMe"
Friday and Saturday
ELKO THEATR E
7 Parts Usual Prices
nnimi i ,i, Iig i.n.r, !m mil n,,t. i
'R^aChing fo 'th
Moon," at the" Elko tonight, shows
some exquisite scenes.
the time of his life. .After paying
large deposits for antique furniture,
most of it is broken in pne^of the
most thrilling'xhand to ti&nd fights
eve^8^ged.to^.&^iS)|i^ip!^e,u^i- era. He ba'ttieS^fiin' '*$ TOn^
throws his opp^pen^Si,a^knsjt vas'eeK
oil paintings, wails,'out "df windows
and left a sorry hooking throne, room
after fhe cleaned upii the gang.
that of a vampire type of woman, one
who tries to find the goal of a happy
A photodrama staged in the Can-'
adiah' Northwest with characters
lived the strenuous life in that rug
getfv environment^ -and ,'a.i comedy Svill
be shown at the Grand theater to
night. Louise, Lovely is the author
and featured ^tar iri-the'drama which
is called "Nobody's Wife" and is said
Off This Corn."
Leaves The Toe as Smooth as the
Palm of Your Hand.
The corn never grew that "Gets
It" will not get. It never irritates
the .flesh, never makes your toe sore.
Just two drops of "Gets-It" and
presto! the corn-pain vanishes.
Shortly you can peel the corn right
It* Wonderful toSM'^GetvIfPeelaff Cbm!
off with your finger and there you
arer-pain-free ana happy, with the
-toe as smooth and corn-free as your
palm. "Gets-It" is the only safe
way in the world to treat a corn or
callus. It's the eure waythe way
that never fails. It is tried and true
used by millions every' year. It
always works. "Gets-It!' makes cut
ting and digging at a crn aiid fuss
ing with bandages, salves or any
thing. else entirely unnecessary.
"Gets-lt" is sold by,-all ^druggists
(you need pay no. more than 25
cents), or it will be sent direct by
B: Iiawrence & Co.,, Chicago, 111,
RED CROSS NOTES
There is plenty of gauze but work
ers for surgical .dressing are Aadlv
The rooms are open ever
noon and all who can are ur
help in this work.
With the increased fighting, there
will be a great demand for dressings
and bandages. Come and do your
bit to help in this good work.
Some of the high schools girls
have formed a Red Cross circle,
known as Loyal Daughters.
They meet Saturday afternoons
under the direction of Mrs. Battles,
and are doing excellent work. So
Car, the girls have made 16 pairs of
outing booties, 9 fracture pillows,
21 cases, 16 baby quilts for the Bel
gian relief, handkerchiefs, napkins
and tray cloths, besides spending
several afternoons at surgical dress
If yon want speedy help try the D. D. D. Pro-
FariptioD. So easy to apply, not prciisy or
messy. It washes into the scalp and the relief
is instant. Try it today on our guarauUe.
QjEre Liocixici Wash
ACTS De LUXE
Metro's Big Spectacle
CAPS ARE REVIVED IN PARIS
Milliners Are Making This Headgear
From Every Material and for Ev.
ery Type of Head.
The change in our lives lias brought
about some interesting new detuils in
our dress. Because of the many activ
ities and the difficulty of getting from
place to place, states Paris fashion
correspondent, we are often very lnte
in getting home in the afternoons,
even when we have Invited guests to
tea. There is barely time to change
out footgear and take off our hats, and
none at all for hairdresslng. This
emergency has revived the caps of our
The new caps are quite different, to
be sure, and much prettier, but they
are undoubtedly caps. The milliners
are making them of every material and
for every type of head.
Some are copied from historical de
signs, some from the costumes of far
countries, but in every case they are
chosen to complete the gown with
which they are worn.
Another solution of the problem of
dressing for this hour is the "gnn
dourah," or sleeveless garment which
slips on over the silk or linen blouse
and which has a charming suggestion
of intimacy. These garments are plan
ned to go with the cap, and they make
a delightful robe d'interieur which may
be adjusted in a moment.
Make an appointment today
See What Happens to the Son, the Brother, the Sweetheart,
Drawn for the National Army
With the Celebrated METRO Star
Directed By Christy Cabanne
A Pictorial Review of the Nation's History
(IN EIGHT REELS)
PLEASE NOTE PRICES MATINEES EVENINGS
10 and 20 Cents 2:30 o'clock 7:20-9 o'clock
Children: Matinee 10 centsEvening, All Seats 20 cents
This Is Mot a
of War Scenes
Should ^ee that the whole Jtarpily
takes a thorough, purifying, eystem
cleansing medicine this.spring. Now
is the time to purify the blood, clean,
out the stomach and bowels and,
drive tiio accumulated germs of win
ter out of the system. Hollistej's
Rocky Mountain Tea is the standard
tonic laxative to e'eanse the bowels,
helping nature to make red blood and1
clear complexion. Every member of
the family should take 3 or 4 doses
their color will improve, they win
feel well and happyeat better, sleep
better, work better. City Drug
FARMERS' & TRAPPERS, ATTENTION
We are buying Hides, Furs, Wool
Pelts and Tallow and will pay
you the full market prices,
The Heinidji Carnival Association,!,"
at its meeting held on the 25thr.day:'j
of March, 11 1S. voted to dispose- of
the toboggan slide on Lake Bemidji
to'the highest bidder for cash,* No
tice in hereby given that bids' will
be received for the purchase of the
slide to be opened at a meeting to
be held at the office of E. E. Mc
Donald on Saturday, March -30th,
1918, at 7:30 P. M. The Associa
tion reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
All members of the Association
are requested to be present.
By E. E. McDonald,
NORTHERN HIDE & FUR COMPANY
One Half Block North of Union Station, BEMIDJI, MINN
ICTURES of home folks
carry warmth and com
fort to the heart of a soldier.
N. L. Hakkerup.
The Hakkerup Studio
TheHomeGuardIs Going-the Band IsGoing
All Patriots of Bemidji Are Going
.4 _. L.
MABEL TALIAFERRO IN