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aladljr rM*WabrMn. Harray,
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It to their goMte aa.* to tku*.
elre* fo MO that iteau of jewel
latereet are reported. Every ItMB
will bo givea proper, coaelde
ties whea aoarce kmowa.
Mrs. Prank Morris of Becida was
kuest of"Hr.'iiwi Mr^ J^g. fetecker
Miss Hilda Pederson of Fourteenth
^fepeet-has vaoilSted a|j&jtion as
^jwjytress at^the prickson^pel, 310
iROss Myrtle Aldrich/1115 Missis
sippi avenue, has accepted a.position
at the Birchmont Beach Hotel where
she exftects to remain until the open
ing of the Bemidji high school for
the" fall term. V.
midji by tram Saturday morning
from Hazel and X& the guest for a
few days of Mr.^Matson's sister, Mrs.
C. E. Aldrich, and family, 1215
For picnic or excursion parties,
Charter passgn^F launch THOR. A.
A. Lee, licensed pilot. Phone 503-J.
Ladies who are interested in made
to-measure corsets,-Phone 495-J fo
Fred Carpenter of Bena left Mon
daymornings via.Bemidji for Graf-'
ton, N. D., where he will be em
ployed during the threshing i season. I
Miss Clara Carpenter, who, expects,
to remain therp for some time.
Tom Tiblbettsifef Nymore made a
business -tripj: byr^auto: to Bena (Sat?
urday. Little 'Mras^Ejbmeline La
Count, who -has/ visited her sister,
Mrs. Fred'-- Carpenter at Bena, for
several weeks, returned with him to
the home' of her parents, Mir. and
Mrs. Joe LaCoutit, 1106 Mississippi
avenue. tf U-~
BANKS WILL CLOSE
The Bemidji Banks will close at
noon Thursday and Friday.
Northern National Bank,
First National Bank,
Farmers State Bank,
'^Security State Bank*
Lee C. Worth and Mary Figel,
both of the-town of Northern, were
united in marriage at the Baptist
churtch Sunday morning at 9 o'clock.
They were attended by Mr. and Mrs
Clarence E. Worth. They will make
their home at Northern.
BIDS FOR WATER EXTENSION
Sealed, bids will be received by the
undersigned tobe topened
TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15,49 22
950,000 to iola on farafi. Otn
Rev. Sorenson ^f Shevlin con
ducted preaching services in the
Scandinavian language Sunday at
th school house' iii the C. H." Wil
liains school district near Becida,
Mr. and Mrs, Charles Warneld %nd
family are occupying their new cot
tage at Birchmont Beach during the
warm weather, .'..'V
Mr.' Flack of Minneapolis,' who has
been a guest at the summer home of
Mr. and Mrs. George Baker, La
"for several days, left yester
day for his 'home.
MrsI Norman of Crookston, who
h.as spen|. ^several weeks in Bemidji
at Birchmont Beach,' .returned to her:
home by auto yesterday. MrSi T. J.
days' business trip. 1 iVi.fV
Mrs. M. W Knox and daughter,
Mrs. A. L. Hall Quest, returned Sat
urday noon from Nebish where they
were guests.for a week at the homes
of Mr and'Mrs Carl Jones and Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Knox.
Miss Ida Aldrich, who is spending
the, summer months with Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Matson at Hazel, is vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Aldrich, 1008 Morris avenue, for a
few. days, having arrived in Bemidji
Saturday morning by train.
the home of 'Mr.:
at a regu
lar meeting of the City Council of
the City of Bemidji, Minn., to be held
on Monday, August 21, 1922, at ,8
o'clock P. M. fbr the purpose of ex
tending the, water main on First
Street, between Bemidji and Beltrami
Avenues a distance of 217 feet.
A certified check of 10 per cent
must accompany the bid. Plans and
specifications are on file in this of
fice. The City Council reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
Bemidji, Minn., August 15, 1922.
ld8-15 City Clerk.
Why ffcU wrong?
The answer will be found among
today's want ads
(What "Bhfader" do yon ggort?}
Copyright 121, Aasoeiatad Editors
Mrs'Tjaisy'll-. Catl^r of, Ladysn^^th
is visiting at the hope ox\M^ ,^?d'
weefe.s.J^LDkinson,nBecida, ^rs.1jinkinso and Mrs.'.Car.
t|r were visiting friends in Bemidji
day and^will attend the fair.
Dance tonight in Old Armory.
Music by Schuck's Jazz Orchestra. Id
F. D. Higby and son Warren. are|as?
working on the new school at FarV
ris, which is being constructed: linger,
the direction of George Kreat^con-"
tractor, of Bemidji. They'gq^toere.
each morning on the train and^tujrn
Mrs. A. Annette, who
acted business at Crookston," Fo^s*
ton and other places 'near ^er4:-^f
the past two weeks, returned %%jt
home on Minnesota avenue Monday,
leaving again today* for Cdlerainei
and other Range tf^ns
A party of seven ^ople from Ok
lahoma were" in Bempjfciafonday eri'
route to place- of ^itirest in thi*
vicinity. They are tdflrihg Northern
Minnesota and repor^ very enjoyt
able trip thus far, with average good
roads. They remarked about the
warm weather here, yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dahl of In
ternational Falls were the week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Brouilr
lard, 406 America avenue. They left
Saturday for. Pine River where they
will visit Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Mathes
for a few days before returning to
their home. They made the trip
Mr. nad Mrs. Fried O'Leary and
daughter, Miss Irma, are
O'Leary,' 716 Minnesota avenue, hav
ing arrived here -auto Sunday
from their.home at Coleraine. They
expect to,ispend. the week in Be
niidjiv^. O'Learyi was formerly in
the grocery business, here.
S. *D.-Sfiyder^and daughters
Jeannette, Betty, Dorothy and' Ei
leen, cime to Bemidji from their
farm borne near Staples Sunday and
are guests this week of her sister^
Mrs. Adeline Goodrich Schroefler
apartments. They came by auto
with Mr. Snyder, he having gone
there Saturday afternoon to .bring
Adolph Klein and Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Neflson motored to Minne
apolis to be with the former's daugh
ter, Miss Anna Klein, through a seri
ous operation at a, hospital there.
Mr. Klein and Mr. Neilson returned
to. Bemidji- the latter part of the
week bitt Mrs. Neilson remained
with her sister. They report her as
getting along as well as could be ex
Mr. and Mrs. Fred O'Leary and:
daughters,: Mrs. Broom and two chil
dren ,Miss Dorothy Glark of Minne
apolis and Mrs. C. J. ?lmsk of Fari
bault, also Mr. 01son**pf Minneapolis^
arrived in Bemidji Wjonday e^eninji
having motored here and they. Will
occupy a cottage at ffirchmont Beach
for a week. The farmer are uncle
and aunt of M. F. Wilson, Fifth
street and America avenue.
-A. -T.- Carlson returned Sunday
from a four weeks' trip to Nebraska,
where he motored with Mrs. Carlson
and daughter Corrine t,o visit rela
tives. He stopped in Minneapolis
and St Paul for a week en route
home to meet representatives from
eastern wholesale houses and also the
wholesale dealers in the Twin Cities
to purchase his.^all and holiday stock
for his Variety store. He returned
by train from the Twin Cities to
Brainerd, and Mrs. Carlson and Miss
Corrine motored there Sunday and
returned with. him by auto from
there. They report a very enjoy
able trip, but state they encountered
very-warm weather through Iowa and
Illky: bo chartered any time for
Picnic or Excursion Parties.'-
For Rate* Call 524 and
ask for George Port.
Boat Leaves Daily at
'ACCOMODATES 80 PEOPLE
Special Excursion Every Sun
day down ri-er to Dam^,:,.j
'.ji at 3:00.-p. :.,..v
F. Easier lef| yesterday for In
ternational Falls on a .business trip
o|I a few days.'
Mrs. Edson Washburn left yester
day for' her home at Monticello af
ter visiting friends.and relatives in
Bemidji for about a -week.
..jjWiaB ^gnes Ejariielson, beokkeeper''Mjr
for Shavitch Bro^'y[.'spent Sthe week Ti^anp
,i ,-H-. II I f'
Jtfn and Mr3.'L McKinnoir, N. B.
^ek^n'and^ daughter, Miss Aiice, and
Miss Ellen.Hannah motored Sunday
ffri^ftsston ^rien attended
maker's, they returning
'ife^eir homes'^Ji Bemidji in 'the
Mrs.:A. P. Ritchie, sons
Warold, Clarence, Carl and Donald,
and'daughter Donna, expect to leave
Thursday morning on a motor trip to
Elgin, 111., where they will visit a
sister of Mrs. Ritchie. They expect
to stop ajt places en route, also to
Visit relatives, the first night at An
nendale, then St. Claud and other
BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
E. E. Kenfield went to Cass Lake
Saturday and returned Sunday night
to. Bemidji, Mrs. Kenfield and son
jqhxi accompajiyinK.him borne from- and daughter Marie of ^i^neapp^a,
.Vf'iC-. ^ifum "^jfetS.
end at her home^at Nortaome, re
turning, to- resume her wopc yester-
day).morning.- k -f
George French had threshers at
his farm home at Frohn yesterday
and reports a good yield of oats, he
having-realized about 1,500 -bushels.
Mr. French came to Bemidji today
with his, first load to dispose of.
Mr, and Mrs. Seaver of Bertha,
Minn., are guests.in Bemidji at the
home of their son, Floyd L. Seaver,
ind family, 1401 Minnesota avenue.
The .nlother arrived here last week
and the father came last evening.
/Miss Arietta Huhnke is a house
guest at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Carol Hill, and family, 1319 Minne
sota avenue. Her parents Mr. and
Mrs. O. C. Huhnke/"are expected
here the latter part of the week, and
she will re'turji home with them.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Diedrich, 811
Bemidji avenue, have as their 4kus
guests his sister, Mrs. P. JVasaJy, of.
Little Falls, and Mrs. ,&..$. .ftyaV
thisr*. b4n|rarxijftt' ^nwdji last
ei|last ^v.ening fro
busirless. and pleasure
Rfcige.-. ^ey^ere ^Sunday gw^ts
of .Rev: and MrshB A Hanscom and
family,, .formerly* oft Bemidji, an
visited at Hibbing Dulutd
Paul Bagby and Walter Balk, stu
dents of JiMorningside school, Sioux
City, Iowa, who are spending their
summer vacation traveling for a
book concern, are guests 'in -Bemidji
for a few days at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Minnick, 914- Irvine
avenue. ^They will leave again to
OUTING AND PICNIC SUPPER
Mr7 and Mrs. C. E. Aldrich, son
Wilford find their guest, Mrs. Mar
tin Matsim of Hazel, Mr. and Mrs.
E.\J:Al^ricn and family, W. R. Al-
4 LAY j- 4
THE SH^ WITH A REPl|rATION
Entire Change of ProgranS
NEW SONGS, NEW COSTUMES, NEW SCENERY
A REAL TREAT
Epecially for the Laughs
1000 LAUGHS A MINUTE!
Aldrich and Mar
ion Aldrich motored to the Dam
near -eraidji Sunday afternoon and
enjoyed.arr^outing and picnic supper.
MISS LEET ENTERTAINS
Miss Ruby Leet entertained ten
young ladies Saturday evening at
her home jn honor of Miss Mary
Beihler of^Minneapolis. Music and
cards were enjoyed' throughout the
evening and lunch w$s served by the
MODERN SAMARITANS TO
MEET THURSDAY MGHT
The- regular meeting of the Mod
em- Samaritans, will* be held Thurs
day eveningHat 8t'cioolc at the K. G.
hall All member*! are requested to,
ROYAL NBtQHBORSuNOXi TO
HOLD MEETING THIS tWEEK
this beinig^iairi' wse1ck
the meeting of 'the' RoyaV'NSghbors
has been postponed until the next
regular meeting night, two weeks
MODERN WOODMEN WJLL
MEET WEDNESDAY NIGHT
The Modern Woodmen of America
will hold their regular meeting Wed
nesday evening at 8 o'clock at the
K. C. hall. Ail members are request
ed to be present,
About fifteen Bemidji young peo
ple, gave a picnic party at Diamond
Point- last evening, complimentary
to Walter Balk ai$.-Paul. Bagby of
Sioux City iowa^Sfrbo. formerly at
tended, school here* A5
was sejryed. Out-of-toWn guests in
cluded Calhoun Grier," Florence and
George Schulke of ^enstrike, and
Miss Alice'Prather.:of Lavinia,
ENJOY PICNIC DINNER
Last. Sunday' about 250 people
from'Oklee, Trail, Shevlin, lagley,'
Wilton and Bemidji-enjoyed a pic
nic dinner at the beautiful camping
grounds at the summer home of M.
A. Rognlien on the west shore of
Lake Marquette. They were very
much delighted with the improve
ments and the up-to-date cottages,
and all said it was going to be one
of the nicest summer resorts in the
vicinity of Bemidji.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
E. P. Peterson
Factory Representative (or
308 BELTRAMI AVE.
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH HOLDS v
ENJOYABLE PICNIC SUNDXY
The members and friends'of the
congregation and of the "Sunday
school of St. Paul's JSvangelical
Lutheran church enjoyed their an
nual picnic at Diamond Point Sun
day. A large crowd gathered there
in the afternoon and the hours we're
pleasantly parsed in bathing and
sports, and:.a~big picnic svjppTer was1
served betwaj&n 5.ani 6 o'clock.
A number mt friends 6f Mrs. E. A
a Birthday %urpj?iseAii
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Elletson, Frank
Rappatta, Mrs. Clara Ra'ppatta and
son Norman, the two latter of Ash
land, Wis., left Bemidji at o'clock
Sunday morning by atito for the J.
V". Farber farm On Long.Lake near
Wilton, where they spent an'all-day
outing which included a picnic din
ner and supper.' They were'joined
at noon by Mr. and Mrs. R6ss"Weekly
and children, Mona, Jean jmd Orsen
Mrs. Frank Rappatta and little
daughter Irene*, anjj. John- Johnson,
who motored there after ',church,
hpurs as a' courtesy to Mrs.' Frank
Rappatta, who, as* sponsor at the
confirmation of Miss Vivian Jewett,
was unable to go earlier. Swings
were put up on the improvised play
grounds for the enjoyment of the
little folks, the men lished and the
ladies picked high-bush cranberries.
The party returned to their homes
in Bemidji at 10 o'clock, bringing
with them kodak pictures of the pic
ncikers and beautiful Long lake, as
souvenirs of the occasion.
day' o' last^^week about twentyusis,
going in body to heir home' toa Hefpi
her cel^Vrate her birth anniversary^
Social conversation was enjoyed
throughout the afternoon"and*lunch
was served by the sclf-invited#iests.
She received several birthday'toTceris
from her friends.
WORK ON NEW FARRIS
SCHOOL IS PROGRESSI!
George Kreatz reports the woxw
on the new consolidated school at
Farris to be progressing nicely
having secured the contract for its
construction. It has been in the*
course of construction for about *a
month and brick work was beguii
today.,. The, building complete witti
heating. an^-jSSiSbing will cost in,
the neighborhood, of $20,000. $
etft. i.ati)..- out
MRS. R. EirTOMORROW"
.Funeral services for Mrs. R. Felt
pho i?tessed away Sunday aftcrnoo*|:
attithq-homeof heri-son, Henry Fell
at Mallard, will be .h^jid there Wed,?
nesdayi afternoon aii-2*o'clock, and
interment will be rnad in the Verne
titmebery in the family lot. Mr. and
His. John Moberg and family wiU
motor there tomorrow to attend,
IN THE NE^AP^AN B0CK
THE PUBLIC IS INYITED
We Are Operating i
A FIRST-CLASS k^!l^RANT
You Will Notice the Difference
New Nilbeth Hotel
O. K. (Curly) BAKKE, Prop.