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Grant Valley were shopping and
casing on friends in Bemidji Fri-
rfeir G. H. Zehtz at the Meth
odist Church Sunday evening oh
'%& Jekyll arid Mr. Hyde" at 8
p. m. It 10-14
j/Mrs. Lydia Burns, tacher Dis
trict #o. 10 Grant Valley, visited at
her^home in Fifth ward ofver the
Week end.
'afrs^G. B. Ollum, and Misses
Maude and Nellie-Ollum of Nebish
autoed to Bemidji Friday and trans
acted business.
$60,000 to loan on farms. Daaa
Land company. l-lfi &$&?*
Lieut. J. Anderson of the ,SlF.f-
tion Army of Bemidji for some MrfZ*
left Friday for Owatonrili where he
will be engaged for,,the same -work./
Mrs. A. Beaumont and.. two sons,
who have beeg jgraests of her shster
MM. Frank Gagnoii, for the paattejr
days left this" nibrning for. her home,
Mrs $Hde,TL N. ol Chicago wlo
has spent, several weeks near Be
midji i thei guest of Mrs^O. Sand
ve^i 1116 Beltrami avenue for a
few* days."'./"-' '_' 1
%r. Jekyll and\ Mr.. Hyde," will
be the subject Of the sermon at the
Methodist church Sunday evening
This is the second in a series*of ser
monsV It 10-14
ltn for thU column will b* a~lall rfceired bjf .Mr.JH*rTr
T, telephone 1.14 Reader* owe tt to their cuesU and to
thmelT fp a*.thM i*WW of lffl iirae ,ro.,. r*|*r.tad.
Every item wlil be given proper consideration when the source
.UfaoWia. -XiLi
Supt. J. P- Wiems of Guthrie was
a between train
visitor in Bemidji
Mrs. Max Luebeck of
gjfcfeiUj .r-TS
Ole Qualey and little daugh-
ter Margaret and son Kenneth re-'
turrie'd" wis morning from Spring
Grow,- Mijint, where they have vis
ited reiatiVes for several weeks.
vSlrj"J. Thompson, who has vis
ited for a few days her daughter,
MisyPhylis, who is attending school in
Bemidji and also was a guest of her
sister Mrs. E. N. French, returned
Thursday night to her home in
Blackdti'ck. i:
Andrew Becker of Grant Valley
badly- cut his hand'while. sawing
wood with the wood saw Wednesday.
Medical attention was received as
soon as possible, and he is reported*
to be getting along nicely.
Miss Irene Peterson of.JLaporte
and* Miss Ada White ql Guthrie acf
companied M. E. Groff teacher at
Guthrie,-by auto to Bemidji last
flight to spend the week
end at her home. They will return
again Monday morning.
Mrs. George Boerner, daughter,
Viola and sons Clifford and Ralph
returned. Friday from_ a combined
plesure and business trip to Paynes*
vilier Minnesota where they motored
about ten days ago. Mrs. Ohnsteod
and son of Twin Lakes accom
them on the trip.
Located south end Park avenue,
two blocks west of Red Lake Depot.
We specialize in gray iron castings of
all Wnds, brass, bronze and alum
inum. We carry sleigh shoes in stock
standard makes or make them-any
size or length to special order. We
handle window weights and do stove
and'fnrnace casting, practically ev
erything in the casting line at reas
onable prices. We aim to save you
freight and time. Always in demand
for scrap iron. Outside as well as
local work solicited. Write us yaur
inquiries and give us your next job.
Moody Brothers and Strader, prop
rietors. 6t 10-16
The answer will be found among
today's want ads.
/What. "Blander" do jrau suggest)
*Aovritfb 1922, Associated Editors served.
e_i%t'&. j^.'w -a yjg5
Rev. T- B. Nordale will go ,$- the
Swenspn, JLake school house tomor
row to conduct services in the after,
noon. **i
Hear ttf. G. Hi. Zentz at the Meth
odist ,Church Sunday evening on
"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" at 8
p. m. *ft 10-14
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stechman left
yesterday for Grand Forks, called
there by the serious illness of their
son a university student.
Mrs. P. L. Hines and'Mrs. C. J.
Winter and daughter Pearl reutrned
this afternoon from Hines where
they have visited friends.
Mrs. J. B. Minniek and Mrs. John
Richards motored Friday to the Volk
mail, farm home near Rosby, visiting
theire during the afternoon.
*j. H. Freeman and daughter, Miss
Fay, teacher at Ferris cjame to Be
jhidji last evening to spend the week
end at their home, 1201 Irvine ave
nue. f\
Ed Gregg of-Little Fork was a
guest oyer night-.Thursday at the
him^4*f.:Mr and Mrs. B. Getchell,
923 Bemidji avenue returning to his
home yesterday.
^Dri^fekyll aiid Mr. Hyde," will
be the subject of the sermon at the
Methodist church Sunday evening.
Th|s is-the second in a series of ser
mons. It 10-14
D, S. Mitchell motored yesterday
to Detroit to meet Mrs. Mitchell on
her-retMjrn trip from Portland, Ore
gon, and other western
cities, she
having been gone, about ja^month.
They- expect to return to Bemidji tQ
Mrs. M. T. Mitchell, who has.: been
a g\*est at the home of her son, D,
3. Mitchell and familypfor the-past
month left this moirriirig for Minne
apolis where she wjU make her
granson, Maurice Prosser, an ex
tended visit.
Mrs. M. Magnusen arrived iri,Be
midgj.i Thursday afternoon from her
home, in Duluth and is a guest at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. M If
Wilson and family, Fifth and Amef-i
ica avenue. She will also visit her
son Harry Magnusbn, while here.
W,. G. McCready returned Thurs
day to. his home, i007 Dewey avenue
from Park Rapids after a week's
fcbiencf.''Mr', arid Mrs. McCready
have as their guest their nephew
Donald McCready of Minneapolis,
who will visit here for a short
M. D. Holcombe of Hibbing ar
rived in Bemidji this week and is
getting in readiness to open his jew
elry store at 315 Beltrami avenue,
the Johnson News Stand which has
occupied that half of the building
moving to the rear. Mr. Holcombe
expects to move his family to Be
midji soon.
J. G. Gratton was thrown from the
bicycle he was riding, a few days
ajglft hi such a manher as to render
him unconscious, and he was given
medical care* at once. He has been
confined'to his home since that
time, he having received a number
of bruises from the fall, but is re
ported to be recovering nicely.
Blaine Lambert, district
Missionary of the Fergus Falls dis
trict, left today for Pleasant Valley
where he will give a steroptician,
lecture tonight, nad tomorrow go to
fcfebish and Willow Grove to hold
Sunday seryices.
Mrs. Lambert,
daughter, Louisa and son Frank ac
companied him pn .the trip by auto
today and will return with him to
morrow night.
J. Kock, a radio expert has been
the guest of his brother in law L. W.
Galloway at Cass Lake for the past
few days will return tonight to his
home at.Clinton, ,Iowa. While at
Cass Lake he installed a radiophone
in the Galloway Drug store. Mrs. L.
Galloway returned to Bemidji from
this morning and reports that
they re^fvii'w^Terful results from
it last evening- and were very much
pleased with it! Ft. Wor^h, Texas and
other places at fi great distance were
heard from. Mr. and |Mrs. L. W.
Galloway will have asi-Jlheir guesL at
home at Cass Lake tomorrow,
Mr. Varre of St. Paul.
The regular meeting of the Wo- a
man's Benefit association of Mac:
eabees will be held Monday evening S=
at 8 o'clock at the K. C. hall follow
ed by a "Kid's Party" which promis-'ss:
es to be very entertaining and a large
attendance is desired. Lunch will be S
Jug 5IavJfind^Work
Not Intrigue, Solution
vOf jEcono^ut Problems
Iiuptoa A. Wilkinson who has
|fuat returned from a survey of con
ditions and events in Jugo-Slavla
isaya that reconstruction la a fact
and not a theory in that country,
where to the once-poor kingdom of
Serbia have been joined MonteA-*
egro, much of the wealth of Aus
tria and fertile fields that were for
merly under the domination of Bul
"Speaking a common tongue and
baring equitably the powers of thq
sew government," he says, "the
peoples of Serb extraction are weld
ing the wealth that was given them
mt Versailles into a powerful and
prosperous unit."
Writing in "Our World" on th
'Jugo-Slav, Mr. Wilkinson says they
have made the simple discovery
(hat hard work and building, not
clever analysis and intrigue, con-,
atitute the solution of European
Mrs. E. P. Peterson entertained a
few friends
Friday afternoon at her.
home on Minnesota avenue in com
pliment to Mrs. Frenk of Chicago,
who is visiting in Bemidji. A pleas
ant afternoon was spent and a dain
ty lunch was served by the hostess
at five o'clock.
We wish to express our sincere
appreciation of the kindness shown
us by the friends and neighbors dur
ing the illness, death and funeral of
our beloved mother,
Mrs. Ellen
Erickson. We especially thank those
who gave the beautiful floral offer
Iver Erickson
Mrs. O. W. Norland.
Mrs. Bertha Erickson
Jonas Erickson.
1 Shows start 2:30, 7:15, 9:00-Matinee
Mrs. -Abe Grossman,
Elizabeth Coan and
Herbert Graves of north Wilton
wer.e united in niaifiage Friday eve
ning at 8" o'clock at the home of
Mrs. John 'Thompson, 523 Irvine
avenue. Dr. G..IL, i^entz officiating.
They expect to' make their home in
Bemidji. --v
Mrs. C. W. Warfield entertained
12 guests at''7o'c46d^ner last eve
ning at her home, "v23v:Third
in honor of Mr. Warfield's birth an
niversary. At a later hour the of
ficers oJTthe Presbyterian church
and their wives came to. the home
and surprised him in honor of the
event. A very pleasant social eve
ning was enjoyed.
The regular meeting of the De
gree of Honor will be held Tuesday
night at the .C hall and it is es
pecially urged
that all members be
present as arrangements will be made
at that time to entertain the state
officer who will visit Bemidji.
The A. O. U. W. will also hold
its regular meeting at the same place
that evening and all members are
requested to be present.
Miss Mabel Graham was guest of
honor at a kitchen shower
given last
evening by Miss Ruby Leet at her
'home 609 Bemidji avenue. Music
was enjoyed, games played and
lunch was served by the hostess. The
guests included Mesdames Herbert
Warfield, Fred Graham, J. D. Winter
Clarence Nielson, Misses Louise Mc
Cready, Hazel Laqua, Lucile Young,
Josephine' !V~ker, Jean Walker and
Mabel Graham: She received a
great many useful utensils from the
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kirtland
avenue entertained a few friends
yesterday afternoon complimentary
to Mrs. Chern, who moved to Bemidfif and Mrs.-XHivWCrowell, who exfect
recently. Music and sewing were eft
joyed during the afternoon hours
and a dainty lunch was served'oV
the hostess. v:
tertrined at their home Thursday
evening at a farewell party for"Mj f*M*
to leave soon f6r jD Alene,
wereCouer nGaht^s'
Perhaps, after all. It would be more
appropriate to cull family "tree" a
family "crane's fwit. \\vhen
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At lasta big, human pic
ture of the great Northwest!
A tender love story,, with
thrill-swept action every
minute. And the most dar
ing climax ever filmed.
playe' for
wheih prizes wci-ei/o'fJferefL In the
ttuessin^ gamei Mrs. Tom Newton
won first prize, and Mrs.^ .Ceo^eej
Walker,. Jr, condolence pr^ze. The
j-pple contest waswpn by: George
Walker Jr. A very enjoyable eve
ning was spent, after
which dainty
refreshments were served by the
The guests included Mrs. Nellie
Crowell, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Crow
ell, Mrs. Avis Guyer, Mr. and Mrs.
F. W. Lamont, and son Lawrence,
M" and Mrs. George Walker, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Newton, Mr. and
Mrs. Tern Kerrick, Mr. and Mrs.
By^n Carver, Roy Crowell, Bert
Kirtiand of St. Paul, Mrs. Jack Kin
land of International Falls. The
guest of honor was presented a
traveling bag by the guests.
Word "Pedigree" a Corruption
Term Which Was Applied to
Idea by the French.
speaks of a person's "pedigree" he
does not, at least consciously, mean
to infer that this has anything In com
mon with the foot of a crane. But
this happens to be the literal mean
ing of the word, which, like a num
ber of others, has found Its way into
English because of th* difficulty In
applying the proper pronunciation to
a French phrase.
A pedigree Is, of course, nothing
more than a list of ancestors, and
this, when blocked out In the manner
dear to the hearta of genealogists,
takes the form of connecting lines
radiating from the common progeni
tor of the family to his descendants.
The French, always fond of painting
word pictures of familiar objects, re
ferred to a chart of this nature as a
"pled-de-grue," or crane's foot, on ac
count of the resemblance between the
two. The F.ngll^h appropriated the
torm bodily and translated it phonet
ically as "pedigree."
tongue In a Cleft-Stick.
In the old days small misdemeanors
were punished by pinching the culprit
Ir the stocks. In Boston, strangely
enough, the first person to suffer such
punishment after the stocks were con
structed was the carpenter who mude
them. The record relates that "Ed-
ward Palmer, for his extortion, tak
ing 1, 11 shillings, 7 pence for the
plank and woodwork of Bosfon stocks.
is lined 5 and censured to be set
an honr
stocks.": They dealt
measure in ti\pse noureem*\unl"svie
drfys^A-I was the practice, in the
case of persons guilty of .-"ex-
horhltanry of the tongue in r^yling
and jjcolding,'* either to gag the^r*-
fender or set himmore frequently
hpr^&-a vcluckiug-stool to be dipped
j^ree*Il)yte$ in some convenient pond.
Another'measure was to place. ,the
guilty, party's tongue in a cleft stick,
and in this manner to stand hlnyup
to the ridicule of the public.
Daniel Webster Refused to Be Both
ered Over Comparatively Paltry
Questions of Finance.
In A. B. Farquahnr's "The First
Million the Hardest" he optimistically
points out that the senate haa greatly
Improved In business integrity since
Daniel Webster's day, when senators
could not be expected to bother about
paying their.bills. Mr. Farquahar was
once talking with Mr. Corcoran (of
the Corcoran art gallery fame) In his
bank at Washington. EJanlel Webster
had Just been in to borrow, money
and had asked the cashier.to discount
his note for $100. The bank did not
discount notes that were not indorsed,
so Webster went out and brought In
a note for $200, Indorsed by another
senator with whom he had promised
to divide the profits. Mr. Corcoran
remarked that the only value of the
note was as a curiosity. It was never
Mario Davies
Marie Corelli'a V^orliljFamjnuiStoiy
See this luxuriously produced, romance!
The wonder story of the Golden West
WALLACE REID and BEBE DANIELS wtht &<vwnouni Qittow
li/%^The tenaational Jazz-drama broke
*$*' PAOE THiUlt
paid, liffllleMRlgT b.wl I) has It,
"Daniel'vSWt^te was
about all citJili peia-nu.
Mr. FarquaJtigT
ScrupuloufaDljQt payin"'.' In- milling
debts, but he nc: bother witenougholittlh
bills, fie of^i:did
,ibdui ht ir, fjirit
to give a creditor a copy of his sig
nature wlthojoi'/botheiing to houor thu
promise to pay on'.'ir
"He was audi a powerful, leonine
sort Of a^ man. ar.d his voire was so
glorious, tntr- nn- ent licit I do
not bette^gTwtju in th country
would hajravjM&fc i men ton sue
,a t^ryl^OwJ^w^V".:'- in i.i.-i
ebep.VFew nwre'i^4v l':l"'i
ever ilveoV^KTfcVr, Ifo l\ml been called
a living--il^becau-*i ,id was di *no
man.' cdul$T$iii:t)
Webster lookei
n^ea as
Uif' Short Cut.
r-lt. is an:old st-T.v !',.-H mod^seii
themselves to the teii'iiti :in.i sign /ii
bond with their bld been use t^
only to .take effect HI a (listam daw
they rush on to sn:u thv tl.sr
souls thirst after wirli an Inipuls..
the less shvage because tlu-.-e is a liulc
shadow behind tin-in rv\.n v.
There is no short rut, ni p.iti-nt iram
road to wisdom, a1
of Invention, tin
through the tl'.flri'
must be still tro.l.
bleeding feet, WH
it was trodden b..
George Eliot.
t-r all i lie ii-iii nt'it
soul's j.iaih lies
wili|orn'*s. wlii'!
on in so!:.niile.
Let potdtoes li
while before pa in- them if
them to pe white.
A gqod'.tW.'.l.-. for
starch.- H5wWhid
i s'l fi liol|\
then of iU 4iinfc.
water tor a
you wish
piled thickly o as
Add vinegar to tb. water
table glasses ji r1
an extra |rllli(
.ii.i! tt\ ti
vill gii
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10c &25c
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Supplemented by -.In*
Lloyd Comedy-"Nothing Bt Trouble"
Also"Perils of the Yukon"
Bargain Matinee 2:30 Evening 7:15-9:00
Adults 25c I Don't Miss it! I Adults
Children 10c Come Early!
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Chiidren 20c

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