A. A. Miller of Big Falls spent
Monday here on business.
Mrs. fe. jfirico*nin^Pbf Spooner was
a visitor in'- tWl^'iilty yesterday, iv
H. R Sullivan pfCrookstdn was a
Bemidji business caller yesterday
A. AtadersGn of Crookston was a
Bemidji business visitor on Monday.
Theodore W. Inajeff Backus
ap#Wt, Monday ih this city on'biisi-
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
VK I ,_.,..
Dr. and Mrs. W- H. Portin of Pu
posky wer$ criers in the city yest
erday^ '%0iM^0!i, I ?:v
i A. P. Bakke anu (3. H, Bakke of
Warren- were business callers here
Mrs. A. Rogers of Wilton transact
ed buMness In ^midji betw#|n^a|ns
Take home a nrlck of Koor's Ice
cream.' 'v'*'' '.4-6tt
Mrs. Sarah Marie Chapman is en
joying a ten days visit from her son,
Cyril of Fargo.
Stjtteen inen mixed hard and sort
slan wood, for sale, J3.50 per load.
Bemidji Mfg. Co. Phone 481. T&Ftt
&* G. Halgren returned today from
'uruth, where he has been for twoMerlin,
t^reeks on business.
Mrs: T. S. Band of Hibbing is the.
guest of the C. L. Isted family. She
will remain all week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bena and family
of Fargo motored,.here and spent the
week end With friends.
Miss Edith Mills returned this
morning from Minneapolis, where
she-Visited.the past week.
C. H. Partridge and family of,
pah were among the out of i
callers In the city, on Mondays,,
Mrs. C. W. Clark and infant. dau
ghter, Marianne Walton, returned/to
their home at Puposky on Sunday.
G. P. McAllister and wife and, S
C. McAllister of International Fajls
were among the Monday Visitors In
John Grest .-arriyeft frbin Fasgp
last week- to make-an extended visit
inson and family/. ^i*
Miss Margaret Stonef, of^Brainerd,
who-has iean |ne, guest of Mrs.
R. Mailer for a few 'days* *eturne to
'i4stfe^aiin^l _- v.^jgg,
Mr. Atf^feWsT K*ngh%
ahd.MrsvM -N.. Nelson^ of Brecken
ridge weret'ameng the. Qut. of town
visitors in Bemidji bn Monday,
Mrs Arthur ^rigVt retwrned^
her', .hpm yesterday from:-,
Ore.j where she, was called some time
ago. by the illness of a relative.
A large land sales organization
desires to get in communication with
ownersof large tracts. Address Lock
Box 93, Bemidji, Minn. 6-26tf
?lr8. .P. McLaughlin and two cnil
drehi returned Sunday evening from
Northome ^wJhere they visited for
several days" with friends and rela
Miss Sena Lund, sister of Mrs. A.
[Oy Akre,, left this morning fopRoy-r
aitoh/j where she will visit,
& other sister, p'. Heiberg,fifor
Mis^Girace Blomberg: went to her
home in Minneapolis on Sunday to
spend the remainder of the summer,
attic .teaching for the past six weeks
fcin |the summer, terin- of
-W. K. Denisonrreturned Sun
dis night roin a short visit with her
sletirs at Fort Francis and Orr. She
fcroifcbt back little "Billy" with her,
#ho^has'been with her.aunt at Orr
mjufoetttl weeks. t'- '-V1-'.-
:ii='liti: M. Freeman left today for
her home at Green
visiting for the:
.past te days with
her sister, Mrs. A. E. Gibson, and
Mrs. Mary iThacker, dean of wom
en at the .normal school,. has as herIs
guests her father, Mr. Brockway" and
her hrdther,' Lewis Brockwa of
main but a short time, but the lat
ter' Will make' an extended visit.
ijifo Herbert Carlson of St. Paul, and
1'^ Barydett Cork of Minneapolis, were
the week-end guests of Palmer An
derson. vThey. left Sunday evening
for Duluth and' other points in thewater
northern part of the state on .a nl64
5 tor tour, MT. Anderson accompanied
!i them to*Deer River, returning from
Following are, the Birchmont Ho
tel registrants today: Mr. and Mrs.
John T. Baxter of Minneapolis Mrs,
A. L, Gordon, family and maid of
Omaha Mr. and Mrs.-O: A. Wollinb
Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Sore of GlenP
'h wopd H. Kv Grinager and" family of
4"J 9gs Falls H. K. Straight and
yfamily, of Adel, Iowa Mrs. J.
fr StraWbridge of Fergus Falls.
DM. Larson ft Larson,
Optometriata. If tro
bled, with headachea,
nervousneas or eye dk
erdan of any *ind, needinc glwat
r gia- wpjairad, eonsstt than.
Artifldal ayas fitted.
TUESDAY EVENING, JULV*2i 1920 THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
Alex Shavitch and T. S. Ervin are
visiting in St. Cloud.
Mrs. B. Martin of Turtle River
called on Bemidji friends Monday.
A batch of new potatoes 98c per
peck at Troppmans. ld7-27
E. B. Berman Is spending a week
in Minneapolis on business.
Mrs. A. P. Reed of T&YHef River
was a between train shopper in the
Mrs. Arthur and James O'Nell of
Turtle-River transacted business in
A batch of new potatoes 98c per
peck at TrdppmahB. ld7-27
Mr. and 4 Mrs. C. E. Pegelow re
turned yesterday from a visit to Two
Mr. and Mrs. G. .W. Meyers of Sac
Co., Iowa, are visiting with I. E. Ray
jnond of Frohn 'township
Pat McLaughlin returned to his
home. Monday, after visiting for the
past week at Gemmel.
Miss Jeanette Stechman of Ten
strike was the between train guest
of Bemidji friends Monday.
Mrs. Celia Beaumont and son,
of Staples, are visiting her
sister, Mrs. Frank Gagnon for a few
**Mr8, J. B. Hetland arrived yester
day from Moorhead for a short visit
with the C, M, Bacon and J. H. Fal
Mrs. Wiilliam Lilye returned, last
evening from a visit of a week wltK
friends and' relatives at Bovey. and
Grand Rapids. ,J
E. E. Hedeen of Brandon is in town
renewing old acquaintances for a
few days. Mr. Hedeen moved from
here to. Douglas county, fourteen years
Miss Esther J: Palmer came down
from Puposky this morning. She was
accompanied by little Richard
Walsh, who has visited with the
Palmers for a few days.
8,- C. Lpdermier of Duluth, has
spent a short time with Bemidji
friends en route to his home at Roy
alton, where he will take up newas
business, quarters in the near fut
"Mrs. GV'W. Magnus of Remer was
in the fjiJiiy, yesterday en route to
her home fromv Wilton, wherWeekeshe*
has '&$& .the
W|th]|ier^darighte, JIIr8tfA. .Rogers.
Mrs. S. Annette returned to her
home oh Mpnday, after transacting
'business at Thief River Falls, Crook
ston and other points. She also vis
ited her daughter, Mrs. Forest Eld
rig, at Orr* N.D.
Eunice Asbury left this
morning for Coalmont, Ind., where
she will spend the remainder.of the
summer, returning for the fall term
of the local normal school.
Mrs. A. J. Higgihs and Mrs. Martin
Eversoh returned Monday morning
from a visit to Grand Forks, where
they attended'the Dakota State Fair
and to Merry field, where they visited
with friends and relatives.
Miss Maude Kavanaugh left on
Sunday for Chicago, after complet
ing her duties as instructor,for the
summer term of Normal schoc^work.
It is understood that MissSKa'van
augh does not plan to return to Be
midji next year.
A party of sixteen young people
enjoyed a swimming party at Birch
mont and a weiner roast at Rocky
Point last evening in honor of Gra
ham Boysen of Waterloo, Iowa, who
has been the guest of the A. E. Gib
son family for a short time, and left
last evening, for his home.
Prof. Frank B. Porten of Austin,
has been in tne city for a shorj time
and- will return tonight to his home.
Later he will return to Bemidji with
his family. Mr. Porten-has been en
gaged as manual training instructor
In the -local schools for the coming
year, formerly, connected, with the
Austin school in that capacity. He
drawing plans for'manual training
shop and school bus plans.
Sealed bids will be received by the
undersigned, to be opened at a regv
ular meeting of the city council of
the City of Bemidji, to be held on
Monday, August 2nd, 1920, at 8*
o'clock p. m., for painting the steel
tank and tower.
Further information can be ob
tained from the superintendent of
The city council reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
Dated Bemidji, Minn., July 23rd,
3d7-27 City Clerk.
CARD OF APPRECIATION
We wish to express our thanks and
appreciation to all who so kindly
helped and sympathized with us dur
ing our recent bereavement. Espe
cially do we wish to mention the
-beautiful floral offerings of The Am
erican Legion, The G. A/ R. and Cir
cle, and their kindly sympathy and
Mrs. Ellen Booth,
H. O. Booth,
D. E. Booth and Family,
Mrs. Martha Maish.
Daily Fashion Hint
FOR THE GIRL IN WBTTB.
Serge An the dealraibie Qualities l?r
so expensive this season that many
girls who feel that they cannot dc
Without a white frock are resortina
to wool jersey and nun's veiling
This model is suitable forEither ma
terial and has its charm increased
by.a trimming of white silk braid.
Lower edge of the skirt, pockets,
belt, sleeves and collar are orna
mented with the braid. White satin
-ribbon 13 used fotthe sash belt. The
vest Is of tucked organdy. Medium
size requires 3% yards 40-inch mate
rial, with 4% yards braid and
yard tucked organdy.
pictorial Review Dress No. 8836.
Sizes to 20 years. Price, 25 cents.
Any people who would like to have
a student work for board and room
during the school year notify the Su
perintendent's office. 3t7-29
MOOSE LAKE SCHOOL TO
BE CONSTRUCTED BY FALL
Lumber has been purchased for the
new school house in Moose Lake
township, which was authorized a
few months vago, and other material
which will be required for the con
struction of the building "is being
carried to the proposed site.
Bids for constructing the building
have been asked for and as soon
a contractor has been engaged,
work will be started at once.. It is
expected that the building will be
rushed as much, as. possible in order
to have it completed in time for the
beginning of the fall term of school.
WANTEDQirl who can assist with
cooking and housework. No wash
ironine. Stay home nights
if wish to. Inquire of Mrs. Tozer,
Diamond Point. 7-27tf
111 I! I I i, I I ^-f^-M^X-MlHWHW*
FOR RENT7-room house 4-room
house. East Bemidji. J. Bisiar, 302
Beltrami ave. 5t7-31
FOR SALEHouses, lots and farm
land. For prices and terms see
J. Bisiar. 302 Beltrami ave.
FOR SALEPlayer ipiano, 50 rolls.
Cash or monthly payments. J.
Bisiar, 302 Beltrami ave. 6t7-31
FOR SALEFord touring car in
good condition at right price. In
quire of Bemidji Electric company
in Odd Fellows' building, 402
Beltrami avenue. 7-27tf
FOR SALEOne female bat-eared
Boston Bull pup, nine months old.
701 Beltrami ave., Phone 544-w.
ERROR MADE IN ANNOUNCING
NEXT MEET OF LEGIONAIRES
In,the Monday issue of The Pioneer
an announcement was made that a
regular meeting of the Ralph Gracie
would bp held
onsThursday in.makin thi announcemen
the post adjutant made an error.
The next regular meeting.of the
post will be held oh Thursday, August
12,, two weeks from the coming.
Thursday. Due to the fact that there
are five Thursdays in July, the error
EXHIBITION TO AEWVE
An exhibition of Italian industrial
art soon will- arrive ibi the 'United
States, according to information re
ceived, from ^Rome." ffie Italb gov
ernment now is, gathering examples
of Italian industrial art from^every
part of Italy. .Thfe American Federa
tion of Arts will receive this material
in America and exhibit it,in eight or
ten'of the largest cities.
The Peter Pan Girl of the
*'V -a W
A brilliant MET RO
MACr PICKPOQD In
I'HVU x LAS TIMES..
if tf it ft
i Cosmopolitan Production
\yith Montague Love,
Gaston Glass, Pedro de
A CRIMSON ROMANCE
OF SPANISH LOVE
The American bungalow type of
house is to supplant the tumble-down
hovel, now the sole shelter of many
destitute Jewish families in Poland,
according to an announcement .des
cribing the reconstruction i program
of the American
WED. & THURS.
AFTERNOON AND EVENING
oags mad Dances
BEN TURPIN in "THE CLOSE SHAVE"
'Blackfacr* Conedy Mimic
EVAN S AN CORHJJ
Harmony Singiaf and Talking
Comedy Acrobatic Norelty
THE PIONEER WANT A0 9
Shows at 7:30 and 9:00 Prices 10c and 25c
RUSSELL SIMPSONMAHLON HAMILTON
"TH E DEADLIE SEP*
\|fpMAN, THE RIDDLE OF ALL AGES
In Her...Heart Flamed the Spirit of Women Like Mona Lisa,
:.v Sappho, Cleopatra and Helen of Troy
And when cornered, the dead ashes leaped to flame in the
breast of this modern American girl. She tricked the Wall Street
wolf from his lair in the Stock Exchange to the big North Woods
and made a monkey but of him. You call her deadly? She would
tell you she was just protecting herself.
An amazingly sensational drama of speedy American life
indoors and out. A sex battle in God's country!
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