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FRIDAY EVENING, JULY IVI318
Mr* Hans Anderson Is entertain
gl&j ing the Red'Cross circle of the Swed-
|*$ lsh dhurch 'this afternoon at her
v. home, 101? Minnesota avenue^^r
$? MISS OLSON HOSTESS. J*
Miss Rose Olson of the Fifth warji
is hostess at a picnic, hgld .at Carr
Lake this afer'noon. The guests -are
the members of the cast which-she is
coaching' for a Red Cross entertain
ment to be given in the near future.
HOSTESS TO KNITTING CIRCLE.
The knittrrfg "circle of the Eastern
Star of Bemidji were entertained at
the" summer',.house of Mrs. C. W.
Clark -at Pujposky Wednesday af
ternoon. The trip, was made in
automobiles'and fifteen members at
'U -F- &&*->!- di*
'&-&& ASOCIAL SESSION. "Vii
the regular business meeting-,}""
and initiation held by the M. B. A.
jrjl lodge, last evening in-the I. O. O. F.
hall, a social session was held, and
'ijfc'V', da&cing enjoyed.' Mr. Kimley of Min
Qkfjjp*! neapolis, state manager, was present
and gave a patriotic talk. Lunch
w.as served. 1
4p CONGREGATIONAL "S. S. PICNIC.
Members -of the Congregational
^i Sunday school of the Fifth ward held
a picnic at Diamond" Point^Wednes
day afternoon, more than 100 mem
bers attending. The -Jioifrer were
spent InJjoating/ bathing: and "games.
The picni began in the morning and
continuedc until 5 o'clock in the .af
ternoon/* A picnic dinner was .served
at noon.-4,.- -i i.
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rf* LADIES ANNUAL EALL-^^
evening the Bemidji Ladies
concert band will give its second an
nual ball in the city hall. Under
the'direction of' Elford Benson the
members of the organization have
been practicingt JaithfSully'. It is ex
S^^ttaT^thaTSrttlme Th will spend the summer with her.sis-
members will number 25. Several of
f\ the irfembers- of the band, have left
s-SV' the city the past year, but new ones
P'V are added continually. Under the di-
i\. rection of Thomas Swinson of the
t'-, Twenty-flrst Batallion of the Minne
sota Home Guards, the girls have
c$**S been drilling under military band
$v regulations. New uniforms on theneapolis,
~'4i military style will be ordered in a
.short time. The dance this evening
J^L will help defray the cost of the new
"Your soldier* appreciates pictures
even more than -letters. Portraits
kodak prints^ -Rich studio, 29 10thlittle
V. -Cut This Coupon Out
GOOD FOR 10c IN TRADE
$1.50 one-piece- bathing suits,
$1.19*, at Troppman's -r*f 1-712
Mrs. ".Arthur Wright is visiting
frienda^n Nebish this week, ^^v_
_____ f- ft ^b*it
Miss Celia Adamson of Pinewood
passediyesterday in Bemidji on ibusi
Mrs. Effie Geroy of Tenstrike was
a fo'etween train visitor*in the eity
Bring your fountain pens to us to
be repaired. Bemidji Pioneer. 78tf
Miss" Ida Moe'n of Fosston arrived
in Bemidji yesterday and will visit
relatives for a month." -fWlr^ffi
"Captain L. "R. Opheim of .the -Bag
ley Home Guards was a business vis*
itor in Bemidji yesterday.
$50,000_ to. loan on tarms.
Miss Ann Mills passed several days
Fupogky this week the-guest of
'her-sister, Mrs. C. W. Claris.
The creamery now has a large
daily supplv of "buttermilk at 10c a
gallon. *:'-.?'V "*t* 627tf
Iter.-and Mrs. Osmund Johnson at
tended-the Ladies Aid society- in Sol
way yesterday. They were accompa
nied by Mr. andTMrs. Q. B. Stephen.
-George Brott, who atten^ed 3 p,bus
iness matters in the city for the past
Mrs., J. W^Orandall of Hyena Vista
who has visited friends" in Grant Val
ley for a""few days,' retur^u^ & herWoodmansee
MTs ^Mary Boucher of Winona ar
rived" In Bemidji last evening and
ter, Mrs. J. P. Omich.
The creamery now has'_a large
daily supply of buttermilk at 10c a
Mrs. 'Duncan, Sr., and Misses
Eleanor and Virginia fiuncan of Min
are guests at the "Andy Lar
son home for a month.
$1.50 girl's white lawn "eiSbroixl
ery,-dresses 98c, at Troppman.
ii ^"'_, "n'ti-m
Dr-land Mrs. E. W. Johnson and
daughter returned yesterday af
ternoon from Minneapolis where they
haye spent the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Helland, wh*o hava
Visited at the Pendergast home for
some time, returned to their home in
Argyle yesterday. Mrs.
is Mrs. Helland's mother.
-VW SPECIAL. a
Ar the" Palace Meat^ Market, beef
pot roast, 20c. 1-712
FRESH BUTTERMILK DAILY
10 CENTS GALLON
A GRIZETTE S SOUL REVEALED
See the Sublime
The Celebrated Russian Stage Star
MiM^fh Metro's Super-Production de Luxe
TWO REELS OF COMICS
NOTE PRICES: Children 10c Adults 20c.
Evenings^Ts^P-r^s 1 O'clock
SATURDAY PEGGY HYLAND
FIVE PART FEATURE
''OTHER MEN'S DAUGHTER'S"
y Also Two Reel FOX Comedy
2gfc TOE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
'Mrs.. George J3ieigle of town of
Northern was'the guest of friends
tin thte clty^yes$esr^ay while here
[shopping, _ "Mt^:
-If you want a- car, call Enterprise
Auto Co. Office phone 1, residence
phone 10. 66tf
Mrs Dell Simonton of Rochester,
and Mrs. A...W. Buckman of Minne
apolis, are occupying their summer
cottage at Grand Forks bay.
Miss Grace Currie left yesterday af
ternoon for Duluth, where She will1
spend two months visiting her uncle
and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Wilson.
A. A. Richardson has- a set of'
portable seats for photographing5
groups of fifty to Ave hundred.
Benefit dance, Saturday "evening,
jJuly 13, given by the. 21st BatS^
taliontband. Music by 21stBattalion
orchestra. Tickets 75c.
Mr. and Mrs. M. LaFontisee' an"
daughters, Misses Ella, Kate and Lucy
left this morning for a two' weeks:
trip in their car in the southern part*
of the state, where they will visit reth
atives. i .t ^Prl*
Mr..and Mrs. George Meyer of Vtar
ginia are.visiting at the hometof M^.
Meyer's parents, Mr. and "Mrs, Matt
Meye# of Grant-Valley. ~Mr. Meyer,
Jr.,. has enlisted and will soon leave
for Camp Grant.
Mr. ancT Mrs. A. E. Witting arid
daughters Alice and-Virginia, and son
Morris, have gone to Minneapolis by
automobile where they will joined
by their daughter, Jtfiss Sally Wit
ting. From there theyV^iU motor to
various points in Wisconsin,
4 Mr. and Mrs. J. WooSmansee ot
New' Ulm, are -visiting at the home
of Mrs. Woodmansee's father, D)r*.
J. A. McClure, Bellview. farm, for two
or three weeks. They.made the trip
to Bemidji by automobile. Mr.
was formerly in tfie
moving picture business in Bemidji
and is now engaged in the same line
of business "in New* Ulm.
Miss Edith Mills will leave tomor
row morning for Fargo, N. D., wihere
she will attend the state fair. While
in Fargo she will be the guest of
Miss Ruth Hardy. From there she
will go to Superior, Wis., where she
will visit her sister, Mrs. J. F. Reidy.
She will also visit her brother, H. E.
Mills, at Duluth (before returning.
Miss Mills expects to be absent from
the cityi for about two we eks.
At' tjSie Palace Meat Market, beef
pot roast, 2Hc 1-712
I "Brer 'later
S. Food Administration.
Br'er Tater ain't skeerin* up a
ghos* wen he say we alls muscat
less wheat en ^ess meat en v all
de fat en sugar we kin. We has1 jist
got ter feed dat big army e^nghtin
lojer boys. In we kin do hit by eatrn'
right smart mo' taters
en eatin' mo' fls* enw game *stid er
pork and beef.
sin ter feed dem sojers right now
w?ll be feedin' Somebody 'Xo' long
en it won't be us.
.J A,X.THE I'
i* LAST TIME TONIGHT. ^i
It was a large and appreciative
audience that saw Mrs. Nozimova
in the Intensely interesting Metro
super-production "Revelation," in
seven acts at the Bex last evening,
and there is certain to be other large
audience present this evening when
this powerful drama is shown for the
Every resource known to the art of
motion pliotography has (been devoted,
to making "Revelation" one of the!
greatest screen productions of the
age. George D. Baker directed the
picture, which is. sufficient guarantee
of its being handled in an artistic'
manner, and Richard A. Rowland,!
president of Metro Picturess corpor
ation, has placed upon it the stamp!
of "his. approval. The great star Nai-i
imova, has fairly reveled in. the., re
markable opportunities offered by the:
rainbow changes in the personality
of charming Joline. The great pro
duction vias mystery, witchery,!
charm, it has the magic of a thou-)
sand years ago and the grim dynamic'
reality of the present moment. "Rev-:
elatjon" rolls the ages into one. Iti
^brings the past tp illuminate and pay
.tribute to the present.
'.'Other Men's Daughters," at the
Rer .tomorrow by E. XJoyd Sheldon,,1
is a picture in which the double!
standard figures prominently. Other!
things which figure are divorce, wild!
revelry and a-road'house, where, de:
its proprietor, Mike Donlin frankly
says, everyone is known as Smith. It
deals with a man, Reynolds by name,
who has- besmirched the name of a
jbeautiful dancer, once- respected in
her country home. The dancer's fa
ther plans a. terrible revenge.
Peggy Hyland as^ the plotter
against daughter .plays"* trying emo
tional role. Her support includes
Eric Mayne as the father, Riley
Hatch as the other father and Re*
gina Quinn as the dancer. Miss
Quinn plays most' effectively in a
role that, prqvides her with, a num
ber of opportunities. Elizabeth Gar
rison, Frank Goldsmith and Robert
Middlemas complete the cast.
Also a two reel Fox comedy.
"Mile. Paulette" is the name of the
highly amusing feature comedy which
will be shown at the Grand theatre
tonight. A.rapid.-fire battery of com
plications keep the spirit of laughter
in rollicking shape from start to fin
ish. Papa is dead set against a mar
riage between his son, Jack, and the
Broadway favorite. Ever on the
trail of his former erring son, h"e stirs
up a kettle of troubles that he is ul
timately glad to disown by giving his
consent to the marriage.
Wallace MacDonald plays the lead
ing role.' v-
Dainty .Marguerite Clark, whose
"Bab." pictures are well remembered,
has a new ^vehicle, "Rich Man, Poor
Man," which will" be shown at the
Elko theatre tomorrow and Sunday
matinees and evenings. This is a
splendid screen subject, filled with
tense dramatic situations by the aid
of which an absorbing dramatic story
is developed. It is one of the best
photoplays in which Miss Clark, the
"sweetest girl in motion pictures"
has been seen in this city.
As added attraction "Friend Hus-
band," a Paramount-Mack comedy
is also to be shown at the Elko Sat
urday and Sunday.
MINSTRELS NEXT MONDAY.
Lowery's Greater minstrels billed
for this city at the Grand theatre
next Monday is headed by Prof. P. G.
Lowery, who is acknowledged to be
the most clever colored cornetist in
the world, a graduate from the Con
servatory of Music at Washington,
D. C. He maintains the dignity of
this attraction while Ed. Tolliver and
Clarence Powell, both natural come
dians, do their ibest to upset said
dignity as they create a furore of
amusement and laughter at_every
Traveling in their own eighty-foot
car, this* company of thirty-five col
ored artists is playing in the prin
cipal cities and towns of the state
and 'judging from press comments
and verfcal criticisms heard, .Lowery's
Greater Minstrels is more than mak
ing good. They are about the only
minstrelB on the road that Insists
on giving a daily matinee.
SAGE TEA DANDY
It's Grandmother's Recipe to
Bring Back Color and
Lustre to Hair.
You can turn gray, faded, hair
beautifully dark and lustrous almost
over night if you'll get a 60-cent bot
tle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compound" at any drug store. Mil
lions of bottles of this old famous
Sage Tea Recipe, improved by the
addition of other ingredients, are
sold annually, says a well-known drug
gist here, because it darkens the hair
so naturally and evenly that no one
can tell it has been applied.
Those whose hair is turning gray
or becoming faded have a surprise
awaiting* them, because after one or
two applications the gray hair van
ishes and your locks become luxur
iantly dark and beautiful.
This is the age of youth. Gray
haired, unattractive folks aren't
wanted around, so- get .busy with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound
tonight and you'll be delighted with
your dark, handsome hair and your
youthful appearance within a few
This preparation is a toilet re
quisite and is not intended for the
cure, mitigation or prevention of
llhlB II HI.JIIlWWW*
One of theft nice 4y* you ought
to go to Hakkerup's and have .your
picture taken. 14tf
r-r--Tonight, July 12
Wallace McDonald, Claire Anderson
^Jg'^ta i,"MME. PAULETTE"
A Romance of the Adirondacks
"COURTS and CABARETS?'Keystone Comedy, 2 reels
Z^''-^'-- Ii*'*he great newspaper mystery story
"THE! EMPTY CAB"
NEWS IN PICTURESUniversal Weekly
I,if&-MiSaturday and Sunday, July 13-14 'M
Perfumed with the
eeeffy new odor
Jonteel Toilet Accessories are scented with the won-
derful new ordor. Jt is a delightful, lingering perfume,
blended from the'fragrance of Roses, Orange Blossoms,
Lavender, Geranium, Jasmine, Bergamot, Sandal Wood
from India, Frankinsence of the Holy Land, and other
There is sometttlnr for you in the
Want Ad column today* gilt's on the
."RICH MAN, POOR MAjN^S^t
A picture that ranges all the way from farce comedy
to the tensest drama. A picture you'll be glad you saw.
Mack Seimett, Paramount Comedy
GRANDSunday, July 14
In Goldwyn Picture
-Romance of a girl who risked all for love
"SMILING BILL" PARSONS
In Two-Part Refined Comedy
Snow-whitei soothing, grateful to the skin2Be.
FACE POWDER JONTEEL
Invisible, clinging in three colors^-flesh, brunette,
"COMBINATION" CREAM JONTEEL
Neither greasy nor greaseless. A toilet surprise to
soften, heal, clean, smooth and beautify the skin50c.
Jonteel is sold only inRexall Stores. That's
Barker's in Bemidji.
Barker's Drug A Jewelry
217 Third' Street
That lad of yours, over seas.
All that is humanly ppssible is be
ing done to see to it that he is well
fed, well clothed and efficiently
equipped. Organizations like the
Y. M. C. A., are looking to his phys
ical comfort, healthful recreation
and clean fun. If he is sick or
wounded the Red Cross will provide
for him with tender, loving care.
Yet there is one thing that will
bring a smile to his face and a joy
to his heart that none of these can
give that only you can give
Rakkemp, tl?e photographer in
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