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THURSDAY EVENING. MAY 19. 1921
M. Znel of Mankato spent Wed nesday in the city on business. M. Barrett of St. Cloud was a busi ness visitor in Bemidji Wednesday. 'Leave your order now for tomato plants. Bemidji Floral Co. 3t5-21 Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Semon of Miz pah were callers in th city Wednes day. Get "Jack" Rodekuhr to cry your sale. Licensed. Phone 841. 4-5-tf W. H. Gemmell of Brainerd was a business visitor in Bemidji Wednes day. Our motto is quality! Our strength is service. Phelps* Grocery. Phone 657. lmon5-22 William Heritage and family of Red Lake were Wednesday visitors in Bemidji. Mrs. Alma Maltrude of Beciaa vis ited her sifter Miss Hannah Maltrude in Bemidji Wednesday. ReginrtV $1 50 boys tennis shoes and slippers, bizes 11% to 4, while the lot lasts, 58 cents a pair. O. J. Laqua. 2t5-20 Mrs. H. Laney of Turtle River was cal'J ng on friends in Bemidji be tween trains Wednesday. Plant gladiola now. Bulbs, per dozen, 60c. Bemidji (Floral Co. 3t5-2J Charles Wagoner of Clearbrook was transacting business in Bemidj between trains Wednesday. Regular. $1.50 'boys tennis shoes and sJppeYs, sizes 11% to 4 while the lot lasts, 58 cents a pair. O J. Laqua. 2t5-20 iMisa Mary M'cCallister entertained a few friends at her summer hone near Grant Valley Wednesday. With every meal serve Koors Matter supreme. iJt5-* 'Mrs. J. Murray and diughter Georgia of Becida were calling on friends in, Bemidji Wednesday. 150,000 to loan on farms. Th Dean Land Co., Bemidji, Minnesota. 10-2 7 tf Mrs. H. Rasmussen, who- Js'occupy- ing her summer home at Warille, was calling on Bemidji friends Wednes day. Cash paid for Liberty bonds. G. B. Hooley, Northern Grocery Co. 1-19tf Gesrge LaBrie and daughters, Mrs. Homer Ruda, Ruby and) Hazel of Mizpah were callers in the city Wed nesday. Regular $1.50 boys tennis shoes' and slippers, sizes 11% to 4 while the lot lasts, 58 cents a pair. O. J. Laqua. 2t5-21 Charles Wright and son Donald went Onth Tuesday, where they will do some work for the Mississippi Lumber Co, for ia few day3. Boy Scouts shoes, just the thing for all sports at ?1.08 Consumers Slice company. 5-19tf Mrs F. E. Carver of Turtle River, who has been fn poof health all win ter is improved and) was .c tiling on friends n| Bemidji Wednesday. Gee Whiz!'Ma, I fcreot to V& a Bound of Koors Butter Supreme. loto-oU C. S. Rouse, who was under the care of a physician for several days during the past week, is convalescing at his home, 423 Fourth street. "Jack" Rodekuhr, licensed auc tioneer, vHH sell anything for you get in touch with him for your sale. Phope 841. 4-5tf A daughter was born to Mr. and Mre. D. C. Dvoracek Monday night. Mother and ba'by are reported to be doing nicely. The Kittle girl has. been named Marion Elizabeth. The Elks Entertainment committee announces that invitations have been issued fortheir dance Friday night of this week. Music will be furnished by Dot Van's Syncopators. It5-18 S. C. Bailey left for Duluth and is holding a state land sale there to day. Friday he will go ta Aitken wherche will also hold a sale, return ing to Bemidji Friday evening. NOTICE We. |the undersigned dentists, have agreed, to close our offices each Sat urday afternoon from June 1 to Oc tober i, 1921. J. T. Tuomy, R. E. Richardson. J. W. Diedrien, D. L. Stanton, 18t5-51 G. M. Palmer. -iLiLUUfflagg S. D. Snyder, highway engineer, re turned to Bemidji Wednesday after noon from Kelliher, where he has been the past, few days attending do road work. Don't fail to see the hats on sale at the Elko Hat Shop at $3.95. They r wondenul values. Some of them are worth as much as ?15, choicr $3.95. Ito-lS Ladies whltje c*.nvas oxfords, sell ing at $2.19 at the Consumers Shoe company. 5-19 tf Mis Eftth. Jiacobson .WiltMI 8$ent Wedr,Tsday in Bemidji visiting heT sister, Mis Agnes Jacofoson, who is attending the Bemidiji Busmen college. She has jusit completed a suc cessful terr of teaching at the Island Lake school. FOR ANY KIND or real estate deal, see or write Willits & Olson, the landmen. 1-1 tf Misses Gladjs and Florence Stein of Park Rapids, are assisting in the home of their aunt, Mrs Frank 'Slough, 1207 Trvme avenue Mis Slough has ibeen sen.ouJy ill for sev eral weeks, but is ery much better at present. No meal complete unless you serve Koors butter supreme. i3t5-ao Rev. and Mrs. T. B. Nordale lett Bemidji Tuesday for Battle Lakek where they expect to toend two weeks. Wlule they are gone they will attend a conference of the Swed ish Lutheran church which is to be held at (Battle Lake. Children's .patent Mary Jane pumps very dressy and comfortable at $1.59. Consumers Shoe company. 5-19U Miss Hazel Southworth of Black foot, Idaho, who has been thp guert of Mrs. F. Langdon, 707 Bemidji ave nue, and other Bemidji friends for the past few days, lett Tuesday toi Billings, Mont., where she will vs it her brother, K. A. Southworth and family. i Have you seen the big values in ladies oxford at $2 98. Consumers Shoe company. 5-19th Rev George W. KehocJ returned to Bemidji Wednesday from Rochester where he has visited his parents for some time- He made the trip by auto. He jvill work with W S Cum mings, Sunday school mieitonaiy, in the vicinity of Bemidji for a time. Miss Alma Reiber, evange*.st from tke Northwestern Bible school of Minneapolis, who has preached at the Baptist church for the past month during the absence of Rev Kehoe, has been ill for the past few days at the Baptist parsonage, but is re ported to .be improving. Tomato, cabbage, cauliflower, ready now. Also complete line of bedding plants Greenhouse opposite Normal. Bemidji Floral Co. 3t5-21 Mrs Dick Van Arnum will leave Bemidji Friday morning for places in southern Minnesota, where she will make an extended visit She will vis it a sister at Eagle Bend, another sis ter at Parker's Prairie, and en route to her home will stop at Wadena ito visit friends She expects to return to Bemidji jn about four weeks. Everything in vegetable and bed cling plants Bemidji Floral Co 3t5-21 Mrs. Henry Miller receiver word that her aunt, Mrs J. Cobb, had died Tuesday at Minneapolis. Mrs Cobb's Ulster, Mrs. Clara Kemp of Be midji, wis called to Minneapolis about two weeks ago because of Mis Cobb's serious condition, and was with her when she died. Mrs. Cobb has visited in Bemidji. and has made friends here who will 'be sorry to hear of her death. Mrs. Kemp is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. F. niith, and son, John L. Ham, while in Minneapolis, and 'expects to re turn to Bemidji next week. B. P. 0. E. ELKS There will be a regular meeting of the Elks lodge Thursday evening. T. C. BAILEY, Sec'y. ADOIPH 2.UKOR CHARLES MAIGNEApresent! pRoDucTioN,/Q/ie With MONTE BLUE C (paramount Qictum PMaKqMgllHH i ELKO Fri. & Sat. BARNEY'STOGGERY THIRD STREET lMi7U,ir-H.T-r''i.TIBgi ORDER OFFORESTERS TO MEET THIS EVENING There will be a meeting of the Women's Catholic Order of Foresters tonight at fc.20 o'clock at the Moobs hail. ICE CREAM SOCIAL AT WILTON SATURDAY NIGHT An ice cream social will be held ai Wilton Saturday evening by the young paoplp. of the Method st church Everyone is cordially invit ed to attend NEIGHBORHOOD EXCHANGE MET WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 1h? Neighborhood* 'Exchange c1 Lavnna met Wednesday -Atfernoon with Mrs. Phillips. A reading by James Letter was especially enjoj ed Refreshments we.e served and everyone A\ho attended leports a jel ly tune BIRTHDAY PARTY Mies Florence Arnold entertained ten cf. her little friends at her hone 415 America a\enue, Wednesday aft ernoon, in honor of her eighth biith anniversary. A lnpoy time was had bj the children playjng games on the lawn, and Mrs. Arnold served a birth day lunch Miss Florence rece'ved manv birthday remembrances irom her lriends. "SUNSHINE CLUB" SPENDS PLEASANT SOCIAL EVENING Twenty-four topmben of the "Sun shins" clu'b oB th Royal Neighbors were entertained'Wednesday evening at the hornet of Mr* L. Youngbeife ot East Bemid/ The evening was ppent very plearantly plajing car('i5, and in a social way. and lunc,h Served'. Mesdames P. MFI! was O Simenson and Ycungborg 'being hos tesses. B. A. C. BOYS' CLUB E0LD3 MEETING WEDNESDAY NIGHT The A. Bens' club he'd thor regulrr meeting Wedm^dij vrnmp, 'at the Presbjteiian church, and the [weie about tvent\-n lit boys ire sent After.- the bu in a mne i"K and physical drill, the e\enkng was enjo 4ibly spent in playing games. i Plana were mad foi tneir annu.il camp which will be held the !ii part of June BETHEL LUTHERAN LEAGUE MEETS FRIDAY NIGHT T'le Lut'.^r League ot the Bethel Lutheran lunch wll meet Fnda evening at 8 clocl, in the ba e.neiil of the "church A good program l.i& been prepared, ai.d a social hour will be enjoyed. Refreshments will be served duinng the evening at which Roy and Ralph Moberg will be hosts, A pleasant evening is prom ised, to which everyone is in\ited iMrs Ellen Bdcth, who has been caring for Mrs fni&n Bemidji went to 'Blickduck .Monday e\emns to visit her daughter. 'Mrs Mutha Maish and family for a short time Special sale this week at the Elko Hat Shop Hat3 worth as much as $10 and ?15, choice $3 95 U5-18 A DELIGHTFUL PICTURE ELKOSun.MonTues THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER mmmuummmmvfv mtgmm \tmvr BIG LAKE The regular meeting of Big Lake Farmers/ club was held at Ole vVold's Wednesday, May 11. An exception-, ally large number of the young peo ple were present. After the usual fine dinner, the cempany repaired to seats arranged uw'er the trees aril listened to a series cf fine talks. County Agent D. C. Dvoracek ga' an exceptionally instructive talk on pure bred stock, lie pointed out the gcaj points in a full blood Guernsey sire, also of a young Guernsey heifer, both' the property of Ole "Weld. This talk was followed by on*1 rr bovs' and girls' clubs by H. A. PfiughoeM,' agriculture instructor of the Bemidji schools. A number of the boys of our club have entered the calf club. He wished to interest the boys and girls in potato raising and bread making clubs. Missionary Cummings was also present and gave a talk on the rules CHEtOft* THE PRINCESS CHARMING OF THE SCREEN ESSI E LOVE &<_ From the Absorbing Popular Novel By Charles Tenney Jackson A love story of the Mississippi Valley when a Pioneer Civilization was moulded out of primitive pas sions and tender loyalties to become the rugged Middle West of today. ALSO SHOWING Booth Tarkington'a Comedy "EDGAR'S HAMLET" Net the 'Best' Boy in TownNot the 'Worst' Boy in Town Just an Ordinary Americ an Boy Whoin Everyone Will Love SIX MELODY MAIDS With Saxaphones, Banjos, Violins and Piano In a Forty-Minute SONG AND EGANCE REVIEW With three thousand feet cf pictures showing the exploits, and the personal appearance of JACK WILLIAMS TheHymanFly Who Will Lecture on His Thrilling Experiences See Him Climb the Front of the Grand Theatre Building at 7 P. M. Three ShowsMatines 3 P. M.Night 7:30-9:00 FRIDAY ONLY EX Saturda & Sunday ANITA STEWART "SOWING THE WIND" A whirl 'midst Broadway's glittering lights a vision of the shadows behind them. Live a Year of Real Life With Rosamond When She FLEES FROM THE HOUSE OF REVELRY TO FIGHT FOR HERSELF. TAKES A CHANCE BEHIND THE SCENES AND WINS SUCCESS. PLUNGES INTO CHINATOWN TO FIND HER MOTHER WHEN MEN HAD TIRED OF BABY BRABANT. FINDS LOVE WITHOUT A HOPE OF MAR- RIAGE. STANDS POISED READY TO LEAP INTO THE LIFE THAT HAD ONLY ONE FUTURE. Anita Stewart, more beautiful than ever, in a boiter-than-ever photoplay, "Sowing the Wind," is yours truly for genuine diversion. H9" ard by-laws for the use of the club htuse. He and Mr. Hansen compiled a fine set of by-laws which were laid over until next meeting to enable the young.peoplo to approve of them Mr. Woodruff of the Farm Bureau gave an interesting talk cu farm ban au work and solicited each mem ber to join the same. The ne\t regular meeting will be held at E. C. Bcrgh's, the sec6nd Wednesday in June. All members and friends are u/ged to attend. Charles Bloomquist, son Earl and E,. C. Bergh motored to Remidji Fri day of last week and attended to business matters. Mr and Mr.'- Harley Hansen were fc-iesN of Mr. and Mrs. John Swcnson Sunday. A. C. Steele was a caller at J. S. Beatty's Sunday. Big Lake union Sunday school gave an interesting Mother's day pro gram Sunday, May 15. Sunday, May 13, was Miss Mc Clure's birthday anil a few of her friends jrpnsed her with a tine birth day dinner. All greatly enjoyed the it RS day. In the afternoon they drove to Sunday school The Hang Together club held a snecial meeting Saturday evening at Thomas Wilson's, to settle up the bills of their social. The attendance at Suiu!.i schr Sunday is reported to have been 29. The young people are planning form a class by themselves and won derful resuls are expected Dcn't forget the special meeting AS LADY GOD1VA the convent girl shocked the nobility of the kingdom by her daring impersonation. But that shock was mild compared to REX THEATRE TODAY and FRIDAY MABIffiH3B& WIIIIAMIASHE IT IS FULL OF GASPING THRILLS A ji From the celebrated novel by Mrs. Humphrey jflgM 't Ward as dramatucd by Margaret Mayo *t War as dramatuc by Margare May -f Sctnaricixed by Ruth Ann Baldwin ^pHPw Directed by Edward Sloman Photographed by Jackson Rose MUTT & JEFFCOMEDY "INVISIBLE RAY" Rex Orchestra R- A. Amadon, Director Matinee: 2:307:10-9:00 PAGE FIVE by the Gospel Team at 3 30 p. m. Sunday, May 29. STATE AMERICANIZATION MEETING AT DULUTH TODAY Duluth, May 19.Americanization workers of Minnesota were here today for a three-day conference. Dr. A. E. Jenkb, head of the Americanization department of the University of Min nebota. lb one of the principal speak ers on the program.