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MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 1921
Items for *tl column /will bo
gladly received by Mrs. Harvey,
telephone 114-W. Readers owe
it to their guests and to them,
selves to see that items of local
interest are reported. Every item
will he fciveo propoir considers
tion when source is known.
noon from rCooftstdn, where she visit
ed relatives for a week.
alK'TOk** vfetff Armim ^Visited
friends al'Kj&lihe* 4h latter part ot
the ^mi*F W*
JA# ROSE FRBE4-A SK YOURjj
Sam Paquin of Eckles was a be
tween^ tram business visitor in
tweeu tra out
13cm iW Saturday.
Byron Russell, Leo Myers and
Harry Brem hunted in the vicinity
of Mu1 Lake over Sunday,
Mrs. E Wi Bucklen and little son,
Ralph, left Saturday tor Goodrich,
Minnesota,u to visit reatives and
-L,t Johnson of Virginia a guest
at the/homo of his daughter, Mrs. R.
Given, and family, 1202 Bernidji
Alter September 1st Mrs. William
C. Budge willtak a limited number
of pupils for pianoforte instruction.
122& Doud avenu& Telephone 318-W
Miss Elsie Shannon, who is employ
ed at the Security State, Bank, is vis
iting relatives aU the Twin Cities
for a, snort ^uue.
Mr and Mrs. Louis Anderson of
Canton, South Dakota visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gregu
soit, Lake Boulefard, the past week
JAP ROSE FREEASK YOUR
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. L.Boyer at St. Anthony's
hospital Thursday, jand mother and
boy are reported, to, be getting along
Dr. D.i Stanton and Dr E W.
Johnson returned this morning lrom
hunting trip in the vicinity of
Thief River Falls, with near their
limit ct chickens.
George Sommers, Chauncy Easton,
iM atson, R. Ji. Boardnlan and
11 E Cota hunted in the vicinity of
Mud Lake the week end, and met
with good success.
There will 'be an Indian love show
tiven by a group of Indians, at the
Grand theater on Thursday, Septem
ber 22. 2t9-19
Little Russell Kaliher, son of Mr.
and Mrs Ray Kaliher, 413 American
avenue, is recovering very nicely
from an operation which was per
formed Saturday for the removal of
lus tonsils and adneoids.
Mr and 'Mrs Arthur H. Ohm of
Eiainerd are expected to arrive in
Bernidji this afternoon to spend a
few days here visiting friends. Mrs.
Ohm was formerly Miss Vivian Baker
and has visited here several times be
JAP ROSE FREEASK YOUR
Miss Uorinne Carlson left this
morning for Nashwauk, iMinn., to as
sume her duties today as history
teacher in the high school. She has
been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A Carlson, during her summer
Fall Festival Sale in full swing.
Shoes sold at unheard of prices. Con
sumers Shoe Co. 9-15tt
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
S Lang, whof has been seriously ill
for several weeks, is reported to be
improving rapidly, and is thought to
be out of danger. Mrs. John Thomp
son, nurse, has had charge of the baby
during its illness.
Mrs. Tom Smart will have a cafe
teria at the fair grounds. The .menu
for the four days is
Roast pork with
dressing, roast beef with brown
gravy, stewed chicken, mashed and
baked potatoes, salad, pickles, bread
and butter, pie and coffee. 3t9-20
Mrs. M. Wilson and little son,
Ralph, returned to their home in
Bernidji Saturday from Duluth. Mrs.
Wilson attended the State fair in
Minneapolis, and returned via Duluth,
where she had left the baby with her
mother during her absence.
Ladies felt house slippers, comfy
soles, at 98c. Consumers Shoe Co.
Boys' school shoes in ton Scout
style at $1.98. Consumers Shoe Co
Dr. Fritz, president of the Bureau
of VnimaL, Industry of the state of
Minnesota, whose home is in St. Paul,
arrived in Bemdji Thursday and
transacted business in this vicinity.
He and Dr. D. R. Burgess hunted
the vicinity of Island Lake the latter
part of the week, and returned with
a number of ducks.
Girls' school shoes at $2.69. The
qtrog, durable kind. Consumers
Shoe Co. 9-15tf
ATTENTION, NAVAL RESERVE!
All men of the Fifth Division are
hereby crdered to report at the ar
mory tonight! at 7:30. No excuses
for absence will be accepted.
R. B. Lycan, Lieut., N. R. F.,
Commanding Fifth Division.
Daily Fashion Hint
SMART COMBINATION OF
Among the ultra-chic models for
development KT cotton fabrics is this
frock of yellow and blue check gingham
combined with plain blue. It is nude in
slip-over ^lyle, the blotibe with V-shaped
neck being Slashed at the centei -front to
show J. wee bit of rucked vest e. Trim
ming for the flare sleeves and the sash
'girdle correspond with the skirt Med
ium si/e lequireb 2 yaulb 32-inch check
and 2% yards 32 inch'plain gingham.
Pictorial /"Review* lJioSs NO. 9477.
Sizes, 34 to 46 mchep bust. Price, 35
cents. I i*.' Lu_
Clyde Martin of Turtle River was
a business visitor in Bernidji Satur
FREE- -ASK YOUR
P. J. Russell land Mort Pendergast
spent the week end at Mud Lake
Mrs. Lennie Hogan was the guest
of friends while shopping in Bernidji
It took hard cash but we got big
values. We want to give our custom
ers the benefit. Consumers Shoe Co.
Kenneth Myers and John Cahill
will hunt for several days this vjeek
in the vicinity of Puposky.
Mrs iF. Criver of Turtle River,
was shopping and calling on iriends
in Bernidji Saturday.
JAP ROSE FREEASK YOUR
Charles McDonald, who is employed
at Hibbing, visited his family at
Northern for the week end.
Mr.*and Mrs. J. W. Smith and Mr.
A. Johnson and family motored to
Pinewood Sunday, returning in the
Cash paid for Liberty bonds. G.
B. Hooley, Northern Grocery Co.
H. D. Wismer of San Diego, Cal.,
brother of Mrs. G. W. Harnwell, Heft
his affternoon for his home atte/be
ing a guest at the Harnwell home for
JAP ROSE FREEASK YOUR
Mr and Mrs E 0. Howe, who have
visited at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Seth Smith, Becida, for a month, ex
pect to- return to their home at
Coquilla, Oregon, in about two weeks.
0Ht Howeirs, al kinds. Garden
floweis, gladiolas, asters, dozen, 25c.
Prompt delivery. Phone 3G3-J. Bel-,
trami Nursery and Greenhouse, Otto
Biose, Proprietor 9-15tf
Elwood Isted\ John Larson, Ed
Freeman," a^d Misses Grace Isted,
Florence Bagley and Alice Malbon of
Robbinsdale, motored to Stony oPint
Sunday mornitfg and enjoyed a sun
rise breakfast there.
JAP ROSE FREEASK YOUR
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Smith, Mr. and
Mrs Anton Schrader, Mr. and Mrs E.
O. Howe, of Becida left Monday by
auto for Northfield, .Forest Mills,
Zumbrota, and other places to visit
relatives and friends for two weeks
Dance in old armory, Sept 20,21,
22, 23. Music by Snuck's Jass or
chestra. Everybody invited for a
good time. 3 9-19
Mrs. Abbie Snyder and son, James
Snyder, of Proctor. Minn are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Snyder, and
family, 505 American avenue, having
arrived yesterday, and they will re
main here during the week to attend
the fair- They are mother and broth
er of S. D. Snyder.
JAP ROSE FREEASK YOUR
'"Don Gray of Minneapolis, who has
vsited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
S. W. Scott, 520 Beltrami avenue,
for the past two weeks, left last eve
ning for Ohio, where he will visit his
parents for a short time. Mrs. Gray
remained in Bernidji for a longer
visit with her parent3
Nu Bone corsets for a few days
only. Call Mrs. Head. Phone 864-W
JAP ROSE FREEASK YOUR
EASTERN STAR ORDER
Dr. and Mrs. G.iH. Zentz, Mr. and
Mrs, G. W. Harnwell and! their guest,
H. D. Wismer, of California, Mr. and
Mrs, P. L. Hines and J. W. Naugle
were entertained at 6:30 o'clock din
ner Saturday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Denu.
BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE
TO MEET THIS EVENING
,'Tlie Baptst Young People's
Union will hold a meeting in the base
ment of the church this evening at 8
O'clock. A program nas been arrang
ed for the occasion a social time
will follow. Everyone is*invited to
MBS CARTER SURPRISED
ON BIRTH ANNIVESARY
Mrs. Anna Carter was pleasantly
surprised by Mill Park friends Sat
urday evening at her home, it being
her birth anniversary. An enjoyable
^vCjUjng was spent, after which a
Junch- was served Mrs Carter re
ceive many beautiful gifts. Those
present were Mesdames Gil lean,
Nygaard, Pellow, Cunningham, par-
son,' Brownlee, Montague, Hager,
Traftou, Carish, Ebenger, Kruger,
Tredawell, Letford, Vangen, Ditty,
Geror, North, Misses Vigen and Traf
W. B. A. O MACCABEES
At the session of the Methodist
Sunday school, held yesterday, the
following persons were elected as
delegates from the school to attend
the County Sunday school convention,
to be hied at Tenstrike Saturday and
Sunday next Mis. J. C. McGhee,
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. SehaJegg, James
French, Mrs. N. Harvey, Messrs. C. L.
Isted, G. W. Harnwell and A. V. Gar
lock, Mrs. H. Bridgeman, Mrs. P. L.
Hines, John Larson and Willard
TO HOLD REHEARSALS
FOR PROMOTION PROGRAM
All members of the primary depart
ment of the Methodist church are re
quested to meet at the church Tues
day and Saturday afternoons of this
week at 4 o'clock for rehearsals for
the promotion exercises to be held
next Sunday. Owing to the fact that
the pastor will return from the con
ference in time to preach at the morn
ing service, the time has been chang
ed for the promotion exercises from
the 10:30 hour to 12 o'clock, the
Sunday school hour.
MRS. NORTH SURPRISED
Mrs. Frank North was surprised at
her home in Mil] Park last,Tuesday
afternoon by a few of her frlends, in
honor of her birth anniversary. Cards
were played during the afternoon and
music enjoyed and a birthday lunch
served by the self-invited guests.
Those present wer e: Mesdames. Sam
North, C. LaValley, A. Thompson, O.
Ol&on, H. Johnson, G. Lund, H. Ber
tram, A. Blpndo and T. Wayman. The
guests presented her a birthday gift,
and departed wishing her many hap
Mr and Mrs. W. Cerber and
childien cf Duluth airived in Bernidji
Sunday to vi&it at the home of Mrs.
E. J. Dalby, 510 Oak street. Mrs.
Gerber is a daughter of Mrs Dalby.
Wm.. Rogers of Margie was in
Bernidji Saturday en route -to the
home of his parents, Mr and Mrs.
E. G. Rogers of Nary, for a week
end visit and to look after his farm
JAP ROSE FREEASK YOUR
Mr. and Mr* A. llansell of Bag
ley were guests Sunday at the Bajley
home, 605 Minnesota avenue, re
turning to their home in the eve
ning. Mrs. II Bajley returned to
their home with them for a visit.
Fay Head arrived in Bernidji Sat
urday night from Detroit, Minn., and
remained here until yesterday after
noon, leaving then for Ladysmith,
Wis., where he will cpen the po'at)
warehouse of the Wisconsin Produce
Co He expects to return to Bernidji
about October 1 to purchase potatoes
in car lots for the company, wherrthe
crop will 'be matured in this vicinity
At that time Mi's. Head will 'return
tp Ladysmith with him Theo. Lien,
also of the Wisconsin Produce Co., ac
companied Mr. Head on the trip yes
k&x. J*J-,* y'
MEETS TUESDAY NIGHT
The regular meeting of the Order
of Eastern Star will be held Tuesday
at 8 o'clock at the Masonic hall.
ENJpY WEIN ER ROAST
Misses Anna Hylland, Dorothy
Benson, Mabel Norby, Evelyn Shel
drew and HattieNHaaclCj.all students
at tr|e Bernidji State Teachers college,
enjoyed 'a' wfilntir and! marshmallow
roast at Diamond, Ptyb yesterday af
TO MEET THIS EVENING
A class will be initiated at the
legular meeting of the Woman's Ben
efit Association of Maccabees to be
held this evening at 7:30 o'clock in
the Moose hall. The Maccabee guard
team is asked to come in uniform.
Lunch will be served after the busi
ness session, and a social time enjoy
ed with dancing, cards and "fish
pend." All members are urged to
METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL
NAMES S. S. DELEGATION
THE BEM1DJI DAILY PIONEER
BOARDING WITH ONE'S WIFE
RemarkJblo Plan Adopted by Shrewd
Jersey Man May Have Some
thing to Recommend It.
The story of the t,event.v-fl\ e-year
o)d Jersey mail who 1ms just renewed
a nine-}ear sigucd contract to board
with his wife (her age Is forty-rive)
at a il.\cd figure, tmd not tp epeuk to
her unless thejiouse is burning down,
stirs in okUtimeiV minds the refrain
of a favorite song of Sol Smith Rus
Oh, OVA like to know
Who runs this show
la It mo or Klanmgan, the lodger?
But, really, theie jMi't uny lodger
in the Jersey CUM?, nor any 'Slur-
boarder,",' but the husband. The chil
dren ai grown jjjy., Tluee sons sup
port thft mother^ If the aged father
pu his board, bas no further re
bpon&ibilitles. And he ha& stil good
job and is content. Also bib wile is
Our reasonable guess it that she is
a mighty good housekeeper, observes
the Brooklyn Eagle. Nine years with
no complaint possible, without $011-
tract-breaking, and a renewal at the
end *of the term is excellent evidence
of that. There are no Hies on her
coffee and none in it. The steak Is
broiled and not fried. The bacon and
chops are done to a turn. Even tbo
hash must be eatable Beds are proper
ly aired and carelully made up. The
boarder doesn't have to wait half an
hour vv hen be vv ants to take a buth. Hot
water is available at all hours. Smok
ing in your room is permitted, probt
Perhaps the habit of speaking to a
wjfe, or having a wife speak to you
has its disadvantages. It often de
velops acrimony, sometimes alimony.
Every sociological experiment, such as
the Jersey one, is entitled to be judged
on Us merits. The human race must
live and lertrn by experimentation.
ROMAN RECORDS IN AFRICA
Discovery It is Believed Will Throw
Much Light on Early History
of the Empire.
A. discovery which, it is claimed,
will form one of the fundamental
sources for a hlstorv of the Roman
empire under Augustus has been miule
recently by Doctor Oliverio, an Ital
ian savant in Cjrene, the ancient
Greek colony In Africa, founded in the
A Morning Post correspondent, writ
ing from Cyrene, saj s, that excavations
at Bengasithe ancient Berenice,
which stood in the midst of the gar
dens of the Hespernlcs, near the mouth
of the River Lethehave lesulted in
the uneartlftng of a block of marble
eight feet long, one face of which
bears a flawless Greek inseiiption ot
"bver one hundred lines the transla
tion of a letter from Augustus on the
government and admitmstrnU"n of jus
tice in Cydenaica, giving a wonderful
inshjht into the finanual and judicial
conditions of.the country at that tune.
Other interesting linds are a sanc
tuary dedicated to Eastern divinities,
probably of'^the time ot Julian the
Apostate, with a remarkably well-pre
served blacft marble statue of an
Egyptian gpddess. An extensive
Ptolemaic cemetery also has been lo
cated. At Apollonif), a Christian ba
silica of the Fifth century is being ex
cavated, and at Merdj, the ancient
Barce, some Cufic inscriptions have
been found which are held to be of
great importance when the history of
the Arab conquest comes to be written.
Fight Plant Diseases.
While continual effort Is being made
to introduce pioniising new plants into
the United States, the various
branches of the Department of Agri
culture are striving to avoid making
additions to the imported insects and
plant diseases that are already cost
ing millions of dollars early. For
eign countries have listed several thou
sand insects of troublesome kind, with
many plant diseases that are not yet
included among these immigrants.
Besides special quarantines and plant
Inspections the further precaution is
being taken of restiicting the numbers
of tbe plants intioduced and growing
for a eohsideinble time In greenhouses
or under conditions of isolation, to
make sure that all pests have been re
moved. After It Is made certain thnt
the plants are thoroughly freed from
insects and dieases, thev are propa
gated more extensively, and are dis
tributed in the usual way to growers
Aid for Struggling Authors.
Here is an item from the New York
Globe of interest to impecunious writ
ers: "It Is not generally known that
the Authors' league has a fund for
authors who are in distress. Re
cently the league learned (hat a young
woman who had won considerable dls
Unction and pioininence as a writer
had through a series of misfortunes and
through illness been reduced to dire
distress. A repiesentatlvo called to
see her and found her on the verge of
a physical and nervous collapse, du
to actual starvation, immediatemeani
were supplied her, and in order to glvo
her an opportunity to regain her health
nnd to get her back to her work a
substantial amount was raised nmontf
the members to cairy her ^through
this period of enforced inactivity.
"Tou charge more for board than
you did last summer."
"The place offers more rest nnd
comfort," answered Farmer Corntos
sel. "There ain't any election for
guests to sit up all night and argue
3utcrlbft for Tb* Daily Pioneer.
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GOT ON TRAVELER'S NERVES
Loaded Camel in Cafe More Than
Even Experienced Tourist Could
Your bold professional voyager
doesn't notice the Bedouin campnot
chick, goat, lamb, ass, dog, camel, brat,
woman or Ilea. He has seen lar too
many ot them. Or, if ho does glimpse
the thing, it Is only to reuibtd him b( 1
a really rather curious crowd he dlnce1*
ran across iu the Upper Caucasus, or
perhaps it was among the Ootui sect I
of the Kiloluoii in the southern atolls I
of the l'utimolusthe some place, by
the by, vvheie he happened upon the
uian with the lisp and the whalebone
amuletwhich is another *tory
The fatal word in "travel stuff" clr
clcs is "provincial." And, dark as the
suspicion may be, it must be faced, as
well soon as later. I am provincial.
Things we don't do in New England 1
still strike me as strange. When I see
a very holy man eating a handful of
C-penny nails, my internals pi "test.
Having been bniu^iit up in laud of
grade school pli.Wo'ogics and home
cooking, I know that nails aien't good
for him. (h when a c.unel
heavil.v laden with cactus (.oilies lurch-*'
Int and bubbling between the tables
of the c.ile vvheie I sit at peace with
the vv 01 Idw lien I mount the table to
escape1 cant help it my provincial
The episode dooMi't remind me of
anv thing Not cm thing at nil' In
cniea camel- \\itli a load of (.icUjs!
At home I have known men asked to
leave for seeing hiht the camel alone.
So, it sti.mge'Wilbur
Daniel Steele in llaiper's Magazine.
There was ,1 111.11 who woit'cd be
satire lie ft: t*il nu'ii die befmv
.ip could make adequate ovNion tor
.'he futute of bis wife, to whom he
ivas 1 ass. m.ilclx nlt.uhed He car
ried ins worry vvitii him night and
3ay. It made him so mel mtholy and
irritable that Lis wile, unable to be.u
ids sad, dull company an.v longer, ran
iwnj with another man, and henevei
saw' her again Worry ottcn docs
hings lil that!
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TOMORROW-Alice Brady in
"LITTLE ITALY" A Realart Special
THOMA S MEIGHANpresehbs
Th Cit of SilentMen
Also Adventures of
BOB & BILL
(Approved by Scoutmasters)
"OUTWITTING TIMBER WOLF"
SHOWING LAST TIME TONIGHT
PIONEER FILM CORP. PRESENTS
With JANE NOVAK
And an All-Star Cast
A PIONEER PICTURE
In a Two Reel Comedy that
Reaches a New Laugh Height
IT'S ALL FUN MINGLED WITJl
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DO YOU LIKE
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The wistful adventures of youth
The ladinnt loveliness pf a star?
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Suspense that gups and holds
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