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Tt cadi 4*t Cive an mteresting and 'complete review of the city's social activities is our desire. This page is devoted to per- sonal mention, social items and news briefs and we solicit your i co-operation in its maintenance. Items phoned or mailed to this office are appreciated by readers of the paper and by the publishers. Lots^xl houses. Let me sell you one. E. J. Wlllits, the landman N T\ R. Sutlander of Walker spent "Saturday in Bemxdji Ross Noble of Blackduck was a Be midji visitor yesterday. "v^ilham Lennon of Kelliher spent the day In Bemidji on business. (60,000 to loan on farms- Dean Land Co. dTitf Mrs. J. B. Burns of Ironton was a vieitor in the city on Saturday Roland Hicks of Remer was a busi ness caller in Bemidji Saturday. Mrs. Thomas Roycraft of Lavinia was a Saturday caller in the^y. fl. C. IBailey returned yesterday from a business trip to Minneairtli Mr and Mrs. Sanderson of'Fari bault were among the out 6t town visitors in the city on Saturday. Go to "Mac's Candy Store" to get the "Rose of the Goddess California wnples Just arrived today 3t3-2$ *J i. Clifford and company are selling 4 large packages of Mother's oatmeal for $1 00 Tuesday and Wednesday. John schon arrived Sunday morn ing from Hopkins for a few days visit With his family here. Go to "Mac's Candy Store" to get the "Rose of the Goddess California apples. Just arrived today 3t3-23 Mr. and Mrs. George Sommers and son Clarence, returned yesterday from Crookston, where they have spent the past few days. Mr and Mrs. John Workma'n.of Puposky arrived in the city Saturday to spend the week-end with Mr and Mrs. Oscar KTantz. They returned today You can get a 1-pound, 2-ounce can of Booth Pork and Beans with to mato sauce, for 10 cents or 90 cents a dozen at Cliffords, Tuesday and Wednesday. U3-22 Miss Helen Hinick returned this morning to her school duties at Hit terdahr, Minn. She has been spend ing her spring vacation with her parents hen. Spot cash paid for M*etty Bonds, and Liberty Bond rtMlpttft cc G. Hooley at Northern Grocery Co. during the day, or at MarfchamJfcotel evenings. .fllaphw 922 t., 1H3-27 M. E. Melby of Blackduck^yied on friends In Bemidji on Saturday. -s +1 /f Mr. and) Mrs. Otto Luckenbill of Blackduck spent Saturday in Bemidji Mrs. Fred Shaw of International Falls was a caller in the citJ?|duSat urday. Go to "Mac's Candy, Store8**to get the "Rose of the Goddess California apples. lust arrived today. 3t3-Z3 Mm Mayhelle Wright of Northern was visftlng with relatives in the cJMa^Saturday? _ Fred Mlchaud and Leonard Bell of Cask'Lake were among Saturdays visitors ift this city. Dr. JX R. Burgess returned yester day from Shevlln, where he spent a few days on business Miss Prances Lapham and Miss Edna Murphy of Grand Rapids were Sunday visitors in the city,-, 1117tf Mrs. James Wheeler of Bass lak was in Bemidji Saturday en route f.o fctorVFrancis, Canada, where she will make an extended visit -frith-k her daughter, Mrs. Nora Rennev Lloyd Swedberg of Beuna Vista, is substituting for his nrotsher, Afcel Swedberg on his mail route. Mr Swedberg's little daughter Is very ill -flfrSt. Anthony's hospital. 4 Misses Lillian and Ros^iBairette Bteters of Mrs. W. K. pentaon. arriv ed Saturday and spent the week-end at the Dennison home. Aftfother sis ter, .Mrs. F. W. Bessette/ arrived on Saturday also from her home at Orr, Saturday also, from her home at Orr, weeks. Mr. and Mrs. James Miller, who have made Bemdiji their home for about eighteen years, residing on the corner of Fourth street and Park avenue, have solo, the*1 home and will leave the latter part of this week tor Devil's Lake, N. D., ty make their future home. DTS. Larson & Larson, Optometrists. If trou bled with headaches, nervousness or eye dis orders of any kind, needing glasses or glasses repaired, consult them. & Sis s- Artificial eyes fitted. Bucksen, Harry Carlson, Mrs. Ed. Ra-1 Sixteen inch mixed hard and softlko and daughters, Ethel, Laura and ilaib wood for sale, 18.60 per load. Eva, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Sheets, Wal- Bemidji Mfg. Co. Phone 481. T&Fter Larson and brother,. JSONDAY EVENING M^CH If20 THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER Mrs A Erickson left this morn ing for San Francisco, to make a vis it ot ^several months with her daugh ter, Miss Elizabeth Bogart of Shook3 post office, who lives in Hornet township, was a caller "in Bemidji today having had business with the county superinten dent of schools. ^Willitm Tabor of Park Rapids pass ed through the city this morning en route to his home atter attending the republican state convention at St Paul as a delegate from Hubbard county. Mrs Tom Coulter returned yester day from SplWay, where she went to attend the funeral of her sister-in law, Mrs. Walter Peterson, who pass ed away at St Anthony's hospital last week It is reported that Mr and Mrs. Dan Gainey have^ purchased their former home on Bemidji avenue. Mr Gainey and the rest of the family will jain Mrs Gainey and son in the near future, and. they will reside here Monday evening, April 5, 1920 there will be an opening dance in the pew Kaplin flats. The dance is to be given on the ground floor The music for this dance will be furnished by Bemidji's best jazz orchestra, the Schuek's Jazz Orchestra The tickets for the dance will be $1.10, men spec tators, 55c. 2t3-23 FUNERAL HELD TODAY Wesley Peterkin of Bagley, who passed away at the St Anthony hos pital on Saturday at the age of 5$ years, was interred at the Greenwood cemetery this afternoon, under the direction of N McKee, funeraj di rector, i COUNTY DEPENDENT DIES Mike Maloney, a resident of the county poor farm, died at the hos pital Saturday afternoon at 4 He has, three sons living but as yet they have not been located by the local authorities, who are waiting to hear* from them before completing fu neral arrangements APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY. The need and value of understand ing the-mind was the interesting sub ject discussed by r^ little company which met jjtind^ evening- at the City hall to Consider the forma tion of a study class. The particular course of lessons-to be studied was left for further consideration until the next meeting MAEKHAM REGISTER Sunday's register.at the Markhaai includes William Knutson of Glenvil le Mrs S Hyatt of Aanaconda, Mont Miles Borman, E. L. Shelley and T. I Shaw of Minneapolis Charles Peatt of Sutton, N H. R. Keele of Los Angeles, Robert Waid ron of Bagley,* J. Golz of Duluth, A. Kaiser of Bagley and V. H. Wiz iards of St Joseph, Mo Registered this morning were Wil liam Baker! Ledahl, E Beeh ler, F. A. Reker and J. S. Mitchell of Minneapolis William Lennon of Kelliher, and E. B. Mize of Kansas City, Mo. ST. PATRICK'S DANCING PARTY ENJOYABLE AFFAIR A St Patrick's dancing party was given in the Nymore hall by a party of young ladies, on the eve of the 17th Music was furnished by Miss Alice Hauchie and Claude Ellis At 12 o'clock th? guests repaired to the home of Miss Pearl Stebe, "'where dainty refreshments were served. The rooms were tastefully decorated In St. Patrick's emblems, and all had a very pleasant .evening. The party was composed of Misses Olive Cote, Josephine Bolduc, Pearl Stebe, Alice Hauchie, Julia Bplduc, Maybelle Nelson, Ada Ramsey, Rpse Schmitt, Dorothy Schmitt and Messrs. Charles Cote, Alfred Lortie, Norman Everson, Ernest Swafford, Kilmer Gulbord, George Miller, Henry Wash insky, Claude Ellis, Lawrence Bly, Walter Forseth, Pete Bentley, Hred Rienke, John Revoir and Elmer Re voir FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS CALL AT FARM HOME A large party of neighbors and frierfde made a surprise call on Fred Bucksen, proprietor of the Dan Gray farm, four miles south of the city, on Saturday evening. Mr. Bucksen has purchased a farm a mile farther south, and will move there next week. The guests spent a very pleas ant evening dancing, after which an elaborate lunch was served by the guests, whe were Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Anderson, Mrs. Ole Anderson and daughter, Ella, Miss Cline, Mrs H. Hathaway, Al Hazen, Mrs Davis and daughter, Helen, Mrs. Jack Brooks and two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Drier, Alfred Moen, Ed. Larson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Church of Nary Mr. and Mrs. Earl Anderson and family, from Canada Mr. and Mrs Joe King' and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell' Kerchbaum, Paul and William Wre-I ge, James add Hillman Hanson, Louis Daffy Fashion Hint 666 SOUNDS AIT TJNTJSUALLY SMART NOTE. This toilette,, from hat to shoes, strikes an unusually smart note, but P-especially fetching is the frock of gray satin stitched with a dose, but simple pattern ot soutache braid in self color. Blouse waist and gath ered skirt are joined under a girdle of satin* tied in a mart bow at the back. Braid is stitched on the sleevea about the elbow in border effect. Medium size requires 5% yards 40- inch satin and 3 bunches soutache braid. Pictorial Review Dress No. 8661. Sizes, 34 to 48 oncbes bust. Pi-ice, 25 .cents Braiding, Design No. 12425. Transfer, blue OT yeUowc 50 cents. FRIENDS HELP CELEBRATE YOUNG MAN'S NATAL DAY A tew friends gathered at the Ed Laudtke faYm home on Saturday eve ning, at Grant Valley, to help in cele brating the birthday anniversary df their son, Paul A \ery pleasant eve/ ning was spent in music and games A bountiful lunch was served, and the guests departed at a late hour, all having had -a splendid time SubsifiDe for the Pioneer. TONIGHT-TOMORROW If you love to laugh, for the love of Mike see* this! THOMAS iNCB jre*enU n DOUGLA S MAY ii.i DOING? Mr. St Mrs. DeHaven In Twd Part Comedy "HOODOOED" Matinee 3:0010c-20c Night 7:30 & 910c-25c E 0 TONIGHTTOMORROW JUDGE HARRIS PERFORMS WEDDING SERVICE SATURDAY Saturday afternoon, at two o'clock, at the office ot Judge Harris, took place the marriage of Miss Erna Schon and Carl E Peterson. The bride was formerly community nurse in Bemidji, resigning her duties Fri day Previous to her acceptance of the office' of community nurse she was employed in Minneapolis as a professional nurse Mr Peterson is manager of the Inj ternational Falls branch of the Bel trami Elevator and Milling company. A bounteous dinner was served at the brides home, 618 Fourth street, Sunday at 2 o'clock Those piesent were Mr and Mrs Jolrn Schon, the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs Wilkes, Miss Iva Wilkes, Miss Marie Gustavson, Miss Helen Hemminger, Walter and hu bert Scbon, Cummings and Mr and Mis Clarence Jargan Mr. and Mrs Peterson will be at home at International Falls after AprtK5th Flying High "You know we promised a golden pple to the most beautiful girl at the ball." "Well?" "The jeweler hasn't finished It. Wbat shall v\e do?" "What do we care for expense? Award her a real apple." Net Needed. The SalesmanWhy, not give the young lady this nice little morocco bound engagement book to* help her keep track of her engagements? The CustomerBut she isn't en gaged to any one but me, and I in tend to keep her reminded of it Eating or Sleeping. A man is often like a hone, We've heard some people say But surely both are happy when It's time to hit the hay. Subscribe tor TJrt Dally Pioneer f,& Jesse XoLasfy/KM* WALLACE REID DOUBL E SPEED" ELKO BEX THEATER Coming SHOULD A WOMAN TELL with ALICE LAKE And An All-Star Cast A dramatic, intensely human story of a New England fisher girl f^ced with the problem of whether to reveal or not, to the man she loved more thanlife, the secret of her youth. VWWWWtfWWWWWWWWWWWW^^ WED. & THUR. 4W j-. j^&-Jf V/?(/^j ^^^'B^^^p?^ FREE BRIDAL RIDES TO AERONAUTIC SHOW (By United Press)' Philadelphia, March 22Offers of tree airplane rides to Elkton featured the opening of the Philadelphia aero, nautic show here today They were limited to three couples who during the week choose the Maryland Gretna Green for their nuptials Major JP. A. Johnson will conduct the tours Applicants must be 21 LAST TIME-TONIGHT The Screen's Funniest Comedienne i Mabel Norman 'Pihto* 1^1 a Hilarious Hurricane of Fun and Frolic THE MISADVENTURES OF A TWO-GUN GIRL IN SOCIETY"PACKED WITH TWO DOLLARS PLEASE"PEP A Two-Part Goldwyn Cbmedy Mi RAND SELZNI,CK PICTURES Olive Tkomas -m- Glorions |Ladv" By Mary Murillo and Edmund GouTdihg Directed by George Irving POWER! PUNCH! PEP! From Cocoon to Butterfly and then an outcast creature^a plaything for fate. A tender love tale through which runs a strong strain of adventure and intrigue. Directed by George Irving. JACK DEMPSEY, in "Dare Devil Jack9t BE THEATER PAGE FIVE years old on both sided, ot not more than average weight, and honeymoon luggage is limited' to fifteen pounds each, The flights, Major Johnson, participant in many aerial conflict* in the late war, says, will hold great hazards for his passengers. "But it is up to them," he said "If they are hound to get married, It is well for them to (become accustomed to being 'up in the air.' My part is only to take them It won't require much nerve But they willwhen they face the minister after the flight is completed Admission 10c and 25c TONIG HT By Special Request, "The Brat" will be held over for tonight's showing. She hopedshe slavedshe danced to win his love. Still he did not seem. to care. Yet she won him away from his financee Richard A. Rowland and Maxwell Karger presents azixnova In Maude Fulton's Mr. A Mrs. Joe MartinReal Monkeys That Do Things also FOX NEWSMightiest of All REX UNION SIX-PIECE ORCHESTRA 10c and 20c Matinees 2:30 Nights 7:20 and 9:00 READ THE PIONEER WANT ADS 1 BRAsTSucceseStagtGrea Adapted by Nazimova and Charles Bryant. Di- rected fby I Herbert Blache. A METRO. Maxwell Karger, director general. 4 I i?