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Miss Alice Cbilgren of ttlackduck
Mrs. James Martin of Minnesota
avenue is visiting relatives in Bovey
for a, short time.
Farm loans made without delay.
See C. M. Ascham, office with J. J.
Opsahl. 6 8-1 Mo
John Stafford of Harvey, N. D., ar
rived in the city yesterday and is vis
iting at the home of his brother, Bart
Born,:To Mr. and Mrs. Henry
jCominsky, formerly of this city, but
now of St. Paul, a daughter, yester
$50,000 to loan on farms.
A. E. Gibsop of
among the business
Mrs. George Nelson and three
children of Lake iBenfaKjuare visiting
the home of her mcwflr, Mrs. Dan
cPherson, of Minnesota avenue.
Cash paid for liberty bonds. In
quire room 51, Markham hotel. 41tf
Miss Consula LaJamibe returned
Thursday from Jted Lake where she
visited friends and relatives. While
there she was the guest of her uncle.
Mrs. Treichel and her mother of
Ada arrived on the noon train yester
day and will visit at the A. Treichel
home, 1301 Bixby avenue, for a
BEMIDJI NEWSY NOTES
Ice cream is the national dessert.
Mrs. Pauline Kramer left today for
Coleraine, where she will visit her
sons, Joseph and Ernest Kramer,
who are employed in the mines
Mrs. E. A. Erickson and son, Bob
bie, of Duluth are the guests of Mrs.
Erickson's sister-in-law, Mrs. O. H.
Manaugh and husband, of Lake
Same prices as be^re the war on
lak finishing at Rich Studio, 29
St. Phone 570-W. 613-lMo
To each day give an interesting and complete review of the
city's social activities is our desire. This page is devoted to personal
mention, social items and news briefs and we solicit your cooperation
in its maintenance. Items phoned or mailed to this office are appre-
ciated by readers of the, paper and by the publishers.
Get your cabbage and tomato
plants at 913 Missisippi Aye. 4d611reports
at the home of Mrs. C. B.
Have you hod your dish of ice
cream today? 612tf
Miss Lizzie Schwartz of Grant Val
ley was the guest of friends in the
visitors in the
Mrs. C. P. Luke of Frederic, Wis.,
is visiting her son, Earl A. Luke and
wife, 1'235 Dewey avenue, for a week.
Koors' ice cream is made with pure
sweet pasteurized cream. 512tf
Mrs. "Jennie Gordon of Leonard
district deputy of the Maccabees, is
in Bemidji for a few days on busi
ness connected _with the lodge.
William Hanson of Grant Val
ley came to Bemidji yesterday to
meet her brother, Henry Winterstein,
Of Portland, Ore., who will visit at
the home of his sister for a month.
Carpenters, attention! All carpen
ters and joiners in Bemidji and vi
cinity, it is in your interest to come
to the meeting in the Moose hall,
over Nangle's store, Monday even
ing, 8 o'clock sharp. 3d69
The Blackduck American says,
"Mrs. A. R. Hustad, en route to her
old home at Minneapolis for a visit,
was taken suddenly sick shortly af
ter leaving here, and ha*|lo be re
moved to a Bemidji hospital where
she submitted to a slight operation
yesterday. Mr. Hustad made a hur-
AT 3:007:30 and 9:00
in Artcraft Picture
Mack Sennett comedy
THE VILLAGE SMITHY'
(Playing each evening)
Prices, Saturday and Sunday
Matinees) 10c, 20c
Nights, 10c, 25c
SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE 7. 1919 THE BEMIDJ1 DAILY PIONEER
ried trip to Bemidji, yesterday. He
that her condition is con
Henry Pfund, of Kelliher, supervi
sor of assessors, was in Bemidji to
day en route to his home. He has
just returned from a trip to the
northern part of. the country on of
_Mrs. Howard Price and three
children\ of Blackduck were in Be
midji yesterday, en route to Clear
brook, where they will visit her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Evans for
Rev. Oscar Larson of Minneapolis
will speak in the Scandinavian
Lutheran church in the Fifth ward,
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. A
cordial' invitation is extended to
come and hear him.
Miss Ella LaFontisee and Miss
Ruby Morse left this morning for
Cove, Minn., where they will visit
Mrs. C. L. Freer and family for two
weeks. Mrs. Freer is Miss LaFon
tisee's sister and Miss Morse's aunt.
iMiss Josephine Parker, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Parker, will
return to Bemidji this evening from
St. Catherine's Academy,. St. Paul,
where she has been a student the
past year. Miss Parker graduated
from the Bemidji ,high school last
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Espe, and Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Kverno, and their son,
of Shotley, were in Bemidji this
morning, toeing en route to Crookston
where they will attend the 25th
wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. Isted, lumiber manager of the
Crookston Lumber company, returned
from Minneapolis yesterday, with a
new. Studebaker car.' Mrs. Isted and
two children, who had visited in Min
neapolis for gome time, returned to
Bemidji with him.
Abe Grossman returned to Bemidji
this mornihg from North Branch,
where he has ibeen to close a deal
wherefby he and his brother became
the owners of a general store. The
brother will operate the store at
North Branch and Mr. Grossman
will take care of his store in this
Mr. and Mrs. E. N Ebert and
children motored to Little Falls this
morning, where Mr. Ebert will at
tend the Knight of Columbus ini
tiation tomorrow. From Littlev Falls
Mon. & Tues.
In Paramount' Picture
W. HOPE CHEST'
tjiey will drive to Charles City, la.,
where they will visit for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Selvog of Redby,
where Mr. Selvog is superintendent
of the, state fisheries, were Bemidji
visitors yesterday. Mr. Selvog re
turned to Redby on the afternoon
train, but Mrs. Selvog remained in
the city until today.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edgar, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Robertson, and Mr. and Mrs.
J. Boyd of Warren, Minn., motored
to Bemidji and visited at the Jen
Clark home for a few days.
From here they went to Itasca State
park, where they will .enjoy an out
ing for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. George A., McDonald
and two children of Grand Forks,
N. D., arrived in the city today and
will visit Mrs. McDonald's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McManus, Sr.
Mr. McDonald will remain for about
a week and the family will remain
for about' a month. Mr. McDon
ald's brother, J. M. McDonald of
Warren, is also a guest at the Mc
Manus home, having arrived in Be
SETTING IT RIGHT.
Through an error in the adver
tisement of the Elko theatre in yes
terday's issue of The Daily Pioneer,
the price of this evening's entertain
ment was quoted at 20 cents. The
price for all special feature and or
chestra night programs at the Elko is
26 cents. The matinee prices are
20 and 10 cents.
HEARD MADAM CURGI.
Mrs. Inez Gilette. has returned
froni Grand Forks, N. D., where she
went to attend the Madam Galli Cur
ci concert. 'Mrs. Gilette, like all
other Bemidji people who heard the
Italian song bird, was loud in her
praise of the prima donna.
HOSTS AT CARDS.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Carver en
tertained a group of friends at cards
last evening, at their home. -The
guests included Mrs. Pauline Kram
er, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Arnold, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Kramer, Mr. and'Mrs. I. A.
Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Slos
soh, and Miss Ray Smith of Rainey
River. Refreshments were served.
P0URTH ANNUAL BANQUET.
Members of the Epworth League of
the Methodist church held their
fourth annual banquet last evening,
in the church basement. Covers were
laid for thirty guests, and the tables
were prettily decorated in green and
White. Miss Carrie Brown sang a
solo, Miss Vera Cutter played a piano
fSolo and Rev. Blaine Lambert gave a
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's.. Catarrh Medicine.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken
by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty
Ave years, and has become known*as the
most reliable resiedy for Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on
the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Pol
son from the Blood and healing the dis
After you have taken Hall's Catarrh
Medicine for a short time you will see a
great improvement in your general
health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine at once and grrt rid of catarrh. Send
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P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
8o}d by all Druggists. 75c.
1 st Show at 7:302d Show at 9:0O
Children 10cAdults 20c
Samuel Goldwyn presents
in a brilliant comedy drama of adventure
"Leave it to Susan"
The adventures of a modern cave girl
"THE NICK OTIME BABY"
A Keystone farce comedy
Mr, Edgar Eakin
Will speak in Bemidji at Moose hall in the Nangle
Block on the subject of
VOCATIONAL DRAINING OF ORPHAN
CHILDREN AT MOOSEHEART
This address will be of great interest
to people who have children. No ad
mision charge. Don't miss it.
TUESDAY, 8 p. m., JUNE 10th
RE THEATR E
THE HAROLD BELL WRIGHT STORY-PICTURE CORPORATION PRESENTS THEIR PREMIER SCREEN PRODUCTION
SCENARIO WRITTEN AN DIRECTED BY THE AUTHOR HIMSELF
A DELIGHTFUL STORY OF THE OZARKS
PORTRAYING THE LIVES OF THESE HARDY MOUNTAINEERS'WHO ARE AS CLEAN CUT AND UNAFFECTED
BY THE VENEER OF CIVILIZATION AS THE ROCK BOUND HILLS IN WHICH THEY LIVE
A SPLENDID PICTURIZATION OF THE MOST POPULAR AMERICAN NOVEL
PRICES: 25c and 50c Plus the War Tax
i^\ \\ttitUk i tn.iitWjifi' .A^.Mi'
Mrs. Belle Brown,- proprietor of the
\yaville Inn will commence serving
meals Sunday. Price per meal 50c.
The fnenu for one o'clock dinner will
be as follows:
Roast Pork Browned Potatoes
Creamed Carrots Salad
Lemon Cream Pie or
Ice Cream and Cake
Coffee and Tea
(Supper at 5:30.)
Breaded Veal Cutlets
Pickles Salad Rolls
Swedish Rye Bread
Crushed Strawberries Ice Cream
At Larson's Place
Tickets, 75c Ladies Free
Dances held every Saturday
Rain or Shine
Yours for a good time
Wm. S. Hart
in the Artcraft drama
The story of how a brutal dive keeper of the
wild west is redeemed through the power of
Shows at 2:30, 7:30, and 9:00
Admission 10c, 20c
Fcr Quick Returns and Highest Cash Market Prices
HIDES, FURS, WOOL,
SHEEP PELTS and BEE
WAX and TALLOW
To NORTHERN HIDE & FUR COMPANY
118 Belt Ave. BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA
A Tough Gangster
Became As a Child
Under the Guidance
of a Schoolteacher'
and Develops Into
a Wonderful Author
True Story of
By Owen Kildare
Based On His Own Life
See This Dramatic, Won
derfully Appealing Will
iam Fox Photo play.
TuesdayJane and Kath
erine Lee. famous come
dians in "Smiles."
2:30 and 8:15