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aie horn. a^ogT^
iSlsOCIAi: .AMJ PJE SO N A
^William Rfdeirof TurHe River
4 business transactor $n Bemld|l
^^Wri-tan* TMllllr 4
*oh^ tKr^t kr. MCMS,
uii^ng^rl^ilaiv"
*d( Margie were'shopperTTfi^Be-
tfdjt-yesterday.* j|& ^4*14-^
"tea- ^n^m^CarUa^:.axii--taiaiUr^
V^Felican B&ptda were-among theJScu
visitors in Bemldjl.-*m
E
**fjs Naomi Chapmaft rtu?nd-tj
C^-saJtSri'TisUlng^htf" sister Bsthe^tor
rs. Ergkin of Grand llapljisrfe
.._ |ng with, Mrs.rA^BoIdliWlpjcmah
.ri'"^-^i*r .hojne on MJrinWta ^rtnuev^or
land Foreston?
iBf M?L. ttson local manag"- of th
3- M?L.tatson, local marfag
"t.
Hunible Nf?kehCf^HardlyJoHHass**
y as Hetl%*ney-In THisa w 4
-^Jpnce i
money-
Bjit gradually,, ojte by !onje) the use4
ji ~"^f the "Jltneyf.passed ai^y. It votjld
Lr"^'*uy^nothlng to^ eat,'notln^g|"to drink*
i .unless reinforced by the nc| despised
jS^ejajiy, untU.Qnly axlde on^||eetci5
^^Bemllned to he" secured"^lnttcchanjjpe,
1 k^r^6 nicker.
4f
ilt -i? A^d then the street railway Compaq*
^^oilowedMn tite wake of a jong ahd|
& Illustrious profession df^ -proiateers|
r' 11
'impliel Sfnton" flgures out tHaf
S^4,000,00a horse pow"er from^suiiHfljht
iu +r\ Aetata V\n nm Dniiara~mllo's"*
|4*,/^oeu
I. *8i
.-^^Tttajr Borne at^RoyaUon^lasf ey#aiii,^onllthe/Birchmonl-hotel register yer.
)*%&-
,Mtes Grace Lambert returned to'
^^Ther.fionie. ar/Funl5tey,v*f.ter spending
^feVday hUlw eity^with Miss Es
,i$ther efiapjnah." -v-*.-
to(^j3Sfe
-J?^'Mrs. August Munson returned to
'*s|her home In Nymore yesterday, after
^submitting to a surgical operation at
Anthony's hospitaL^ ^IJH^AA
Spot caajh'?aid for Liberty Bonds.
SeeyG.
3,-Ho^ley
LS
Mr. and
at. Northern^Gro-! ^cer Co^urtn the day^j^J tH
Lg#&and Mr^
r??-^Ac were.jimohg^the^oil^of
if ^^^-Jler in Bemidji on Wednesday.
of^
i in^emi|ji on business.
hUS. Herbert Ald-.cu and ton l|-
were? between train qu^nem
Mtoaetorg in ,j? ctty^yetordel.
be^ M&ifned to their home 1$ Wtt-
nice
s&,!n*
,The MisjetXind*'
day/foT Gfand ^plda.
ocf. -A1
1*
to ^aste^bn every square"mile to Russia,
Which means, writes ^rairard-^lri heading
Russia'
S *he, Philadelphia- Press, that $o\ pinte an-"-
sheds upon the' surfaceof* Pennsjrl| 5*-'-
vanla the tidy 'equlvalent^of neairlj
vanl a the tidy 'equivalent
200.000,000,000 horse power.
^I}*-~Some line day you wlll^read^n yent
morning paper thai Prof. Long Bead
c. *j^tias found a way to, catch that power
/.that now runs loose. Theft goodpby
^Icoai strikes!
A Anthracite _will be as valueless ftor
\~f^ fuel as little^ shells are for moitey.
Sun ^engines Will replace gasoline' In
your auto, steanrfshfps will need no
etokers, the railroads nofiremenand
'no coal tenders, the street railways
^-""^iio powe
h01Ise an(j your cellars will
be rid ot the dusty furnace.
J^c -*What high jinks the stock brokers
S can have when the promoters list on
the exchanges'10,000,000,000 of com
mon stock in Sunlight Consolidated
1
of the
^*rSt. Hilafre Lumber Co., left-today on, Louise Gols will entertain the league
*Ja sh,orjt business trip- fy- Kelllher, ahcLall friendsrof the league majnb-
^Gefflmel,'Nortoomeand,''BracleJtfck.- er ar^ welcome^
rQEiSaTaH&T!^.yw.jgy an the cats had
^Sfdaysotou* youth, fat^me^.
_.. is cougl bi^urctasje* ta|
bMof |tvevcent!fc bnl^w^
tr^^rinMai^n:|?noTeVen-* oh^^JJo^
thMsuaV^ "^'$ZSH
JBouglr*anaiias could bejbougn, i
Scents ^fiB^B^f
bvy'S8t?|
I- tloni but thafe wasllon^g^^^.
TJiere'.'wa^a^tT^, *)ieii em bfjyi
JpfT'loud
v^ic^rTGH^jufe,^
IV ^alcttel cigar."- 5 *W
^l*ere wasiir tfme wiie^'fl- nicScf
m. -bought Ju1baf of^b#6ad.*4 dish
^^|rWm paJB^oPa shP^ibine a
j^ssjesi made-a.slzeaig^^p^^hne of i3i|
^^d'icitteeM,-1n^the1^^5e^nrinl8c4irt
Lmoods, can recaif tthosej^s^-or }at
^**^le&at they, say
they
i
M?. andr Mrs. WwrenSe
on Monday July \2, fine
ts:
dflf rs. BmArnoldsof
jeir guekts Misses fe)thr
PUUSN Lewleton. Idahto.
i%y*4lioa^|l^ Sfaa!atie
e to get ln^otamunlcfttion with
owners of large tracts. Addreal l^ock
T??Mr:*Ma1rle Johnson wturnM t^
homf Minnesota *^mu^W|-
sCroxrfwi jpojftts,
$u,f:
rqutej to Walker, from where they
4wjgf return to their homeTgoing thru
!the twin cities, 1-*
.-4
Thf^tollowlngsfnames were-liatejf
fgthebrBlrehmonl^hote register ye*
rday Mrs Qebfge E Monty Mis
Nettie Lichty otWaterlofcJow* Mr,
.terday: -Mrs.fleiorgeE.. Wchty, Miss
(A-: ScoiT of Aitkin H.
7
^Mf. ana Mra. Ray Kallihe^ anBoii
'Busaell left: today for a two-weeks
motor:tp. to Mlnireapolis^Pri^cn^
Chicago |fr. and Mrs. A. CF/* Call.
Bathee^B.^Pease.-Bessie O-^lJiB, B|.
flie Sutherland an Miriam-Smith of
MijwieapollBi^^1^d
Any people whoTwould like to have
a ,tudeat work^fpr board and room
during the school year-notify the Su
perintendent's ojfiee.-^ 8W-SJ
SPECIAL METHODIST $
jj
^:v LADIES
raY
s3 -^^!*5l
.-ifc'Mrs.^iK? Wagnr, Atis-.
tinfAeho hare visited tor a few days
at^Grand apidr, j-etUrned yesterday
.to-Beuldjfe-to riaHta-wMle longer at
Jth'eir NJCrawford home. & rj"'
Ti "--rrX anoNpfamlly ,^t
jitojpped^ oyer in B
nojfr Wednesday en
ntembera-are- requjestsil
to- W present. Ml^^s flninia and
OfltWOMEN OF W.HSAW HID
PETS]th.
Cat. 4n Plenty^produced, However,
WRen^Red Cross 8upplis Were^
^pTtuTresquei.srory of the warcomes
goe:
vcan.^*
diSa^ared. One went aboptlhe city
aSrtesjrfnever-a',dnt. So completely
'pf^lbelMits van|8hed that when the
KdpSros8warehoa^e. Junt owtide*of
V%rs8w^ became ovsrnln with' rats
:ajndjmlclp "tb the serious damage of
tlirfd. and| clothinsr stored in It, almost
j^^y3(htber expedient was,thought of
and, tried beforje It occurred to anybody
t^t4^rhap there might be a cat or
somewhere tn the com-,
some official of the
mentioned to a Polish
cat could be fouwl
1^n|ftl would be a great help^ln
peo^cllng the Red Cross propejfcy
a^B fr,om here, there and everyWJbere-J
"The'l wives of the citizens and the
Jtem i themselves., each carefully "ig, s
MtiMg a ixeosured cat. As the story'l Htyj Ji'iJ-U1'
the^jfeemed to be asrtianyc/ts
ojtejreti foi#luty In the Red Q^wr
^ar^hquse sfe there were rats and^pSee
?iSrk In It. The' etm*rgenc^_
overcome .jhe /nnw^IIngness'lof fhe
people to admlbthat they were"g^*d-
!|g their nets, atfdJafter,e guardian
had,been chosen for the-,..warehouse
the^ats|aglln disappeared from War-
*t!i!
MISSION WORKER
^^rJin^Jttne 28 (ByCarl D. Groat,
|[nttea=Pres8 Correspondent, by mail)
J&Rea%4itfOtr of Russia was coun
seled here tod# by. Mrs^JPhilip
Sno#6*en' of the British labor mission
as.', the- safest 'jneans of
off from" development
"imperialistic,_capitalistic and
ix
militaristicjiation with a Napoleon
at its head, threatening^ all Europe."
Ser plea wasr"noJ -based on pro
bolSheyism,, for the commission has,.
ndt come out as, "pros." Bolshevism,
.she declared, had failed to live up
to its/own standards, and as for ityTall
extension to other lands, Mrs. Snow
den regarded,that as out of the ques
tion.
"But," she said, "I,believe that
recognition'of Russia by the rest of
the world would'be the,quickest way
to alter the system there and- correct
the evil? now .existing. Let in the
light and the winds of kindness: Let
in criticism. When Russia knew the
criticism of the" rest of the world, it
would quickly change. In fact,_^"
think that boishevism's, internal crit-
DAirrrr
On
atfd MHfe^.."P.^abor oTRed .WHniiVfras accomplished." \%"$"-
C*JE Stoiie and family of Fargo ^What have you to say^ as"to the
4Bf eVy of
V.
Am Miwrnro
A-special,meeting of the Ladies'
Aid of the Methodist church has been
called for^ Friday afternoon at 4:30
o'clock!. -Plans^are" to be made for
the"coming Sunday sehoorpicnic All
membersiirg^ to come ont^ Ag
ST. #4^8 YOlWjGr PEOPLE'S
^SJB nr6utfg^eoplrA^sTttg,
of .St.
i
oi tietolntfeat'^onceptiQna.
tor aumnrtr,!* thia.-dimity,frckan
blue and white, Uwfuft? ji* trammed
with deep tucks and^efcw Wouse ha
a panel front* round -nock *d short
sleeveB, Trjly French- in JU, ef^ert
ia the girdle of Jblaek veWt ribbon
and, there are"touchea of the eamc
trimmittg at thejieqk an4 on the
sleeves. Med^m tze QU|res 5%
yards 36-lnch dimity and 3 yarda, C--
iih~velvet rftlipn.-^-
Pictorial JleTlew^lJreaa No. 8879
Sta, 14 Jo 20 yeare. ?xioe, .25
strengthened by political recognition
of. the. nationwould soon see to it
that'a modification of the ait^atiion
lolshevik to "the rest of tiie-
work},? the /Lorrespondent asked.?
"ft can a^danger," she. replied.
"I believe Russia is going to defeat
the"Poles. And, I can tellyou tiiat
every victory makes things worse,,
.since it gives Russia a newjrlde, a
new confidence. And the growth of
this spirit can be dangerous to the
rest,,of the' world. -1" am- convinced
that if Russia is not recognized, but
instead is ought, she will simply grow
into an imperialistic, capitalistic and
militaristic nation with a Napoleon
at 'its head.^ And,.Jf a Napoleon-is
let loose on Europe tit its present
hnngrinf condition, it would be a
frightful calamity/'
She declared bolshevism was
Russia's method of expressin]g%the
world-wide movement of Ubbr for. a
Abetter deal" than heretofore. For
England, $MS system would- be-iin-
pdssible, though.Mrs. Snowden.advo
cates considerablejalterations In the
As-for the-condition of women
They arfio^ si^abaohitely equal
footing with men. They receive the
same pay for the same work, have
equal suffrage, and'are everywhere
treated ,'aa meriV, equals The in
dustrial situation is such
women must work.
A
BUckfae*
mm.
that all
J: lu'T^nZ
bui}d the growing generation. The.
former nobles'j estates are converted
into fresh .air homes for groups of
children, and insofar as possible, the
ehUdreavan ftTen^preferential food
treatment."
Mrs. Sriow^den regards the present
Russian system'as despotism, just as
despotic ,as czarism though on quite
opposite liftes. But she believitsV as
does Dr. Guest of"the comoiission,
that a certain amount of capitalism
wilf\,be injected ultimately into' the
bolshevistic regime. J*~c ^J
AFT^^NO^ ^ND EVENING
SATURDAY
mast
Mt ^|^jDaaees-
JiL1^.
SBK
H*woiy Sfaition TaHdag
Cpewlj^eterof
i*r
GRAND
_-* v'
l^hteyes7a^eariananrabol
of youth and health may be
yoursifyouvrillkeepyottragraeem
in order by regularly taking &
COLDMEDAL
3
laiiniWH-'i
Th world's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles, tbo
enemies of lite and looks. In use .sinco
1696. All druggists, three-efzes.
X-OLAJD IBtAnr PATRIOTIC
s-Lonion. Mall).^The Ameri
can ocent has4nv*ded etin the par
rot house at the Zoological Garden*
*A'large consignment ol bird
arrived JrojttiAmerlca. Many have
names that Suggest cocktaUfj
IU'
ginrntsji
^Kn.^1
SAtUltDAir.
the
'IS^
4"
r^.
The rollickinsr romance of
a jjoyous vagabond, pictur
ised from, the famoua novel
bx J?enry Herbelrf-Knibbs.
'The beat thtnc Harry
Csurey ever diol.^ *%$
mn
iLle^J-lS
nrr
'W4,?
The Peter Pan Girl of the
3-
l.C,Scream $& &
VIOLAs
Js
A BHUiant METRO
-'^Comedy Drama
iehjine was a child of the
gutteryet her father waspa
wealthy nobleman! How did
thfc happen?' ee for your
self in the remarkable play
of Parisian life, "The Paris
ian Tlgttssa." Viola Dana in
the- jtfajrrin role.
f^itvLQ COMEDY
^0in|-two part comedy
RE3f UI4JON ORCHESTRA
tint. ZfSQL Night 7:20-^:00,
4%4^&eaftd25c -1%
ability of cockatoos to acquire a rec
ognisable accent,-but two of these
birds fresh from the New York? Zoo
speak unmistakable American.
)HP
^^ARREJN KERRIOANi^
4 $si$'-
visitors for hominy, or Call
Outburst of tj^!ifjfiL,they
iiifornla/^usitlVffwou
ttUm And*nofeeipr
pMtotinthexaJelheltt^ to sa#''CalUM^ toe.
-A disgusted keeper stands outside
mm**. -wi^f
^Ml
London," ^but
rot does not seen te admli
so mueh as that ofw. ,hl'fe
p, by Johnston McCulley, from Munsey's Magazine
Handaome, daring Donald
Joseph Blenhorn sjocs to see
and approve for hit law- firm
the man their beautiful ward
is to marry.
site-
ay ktad.
a*.
^lA^K
mm
Theatre
COMIHOSUNOA
$ MARYfPICKFiRDi
KERRIGAN
i* LILLIAN WALKERJOS. DOWLING
in the first picture by his own company 1%*^
"AWhite Man's Chance"
Look* death in the eyes and
come* np smiling reveals the
character of a plotting fiance
and marries the girl himself.
ANDY AND MIN"THE GUMPS"
in "Andy Goes Flat Hunting" .'$ A
LT0N1GH1
-5r
^43
&<**?
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