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FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 1*T, 1922
Mr. and Mrs. James Wright of
Lake Plantaganet were business vis
itors in Bemidji Thursday.
John Doran autoed to Island Lake
Thursday and attended to business
mattersj i
Special sale on Coats, Suits and
dresses in full swing Saturday at
Johnsons. I 11 17
Ervin Hinshaw and Wm, Keihler
of Wilton autoed to BenuYjji Thurs
day and transacted business.
Get a pound of candy for one cent
at the Candy Kitchen, Friday and
Saturday. 2t 11 18
Mrs. Martin Hogan and her bro
ther, Wyman Ball of Grant Valley
were the guests #f Bemidji friends
Thursday.
$50,000 to loan on lanns. Dean
Lamd company. l-18tt
Mrs- C. W. Vandersluis left on
the morning train yesterday for
Walker, intending to visit friends
there for a few day&
New Slipon Sweaters with a styl
ish high" neck effect, just received
at the Elko Hat Shop, they do not
look like the ordinary sweater, they
have a mark of distinction. It 11 17
E. N. French returned yesterday
from a hunting trip west of Black
duck where he has been for the past
few days. He accompanied a party
from there.
Short of help this year'Come
in earlyThe Hakkerup Studio.
11 16 tf
Mrs. E. N. Smith of Blackduck
visited Wednesday in Bemidji at the
home of Mrs- E, N. French, 1123
Beltrami avenue. She returned to her
home that evening.
At Johnsons Saturday Silk and
Wool hose plain or with clox, 98c
per pair. It 11 17
Joe Johnston, traveling salesman
of Grand Forks, arrived in Bemidji
last evening, leaving again this
morning for St. Paul. He vistied
friends while here.
Do you know that you can get
beautiful velvet hats at the Elko Hat
Shop, worth $12, $15, and $18 for
$6.95? It 11 17
Miss Anna Klein, who was seri
ously ill at a hospital in St. Paul for
several months is convalescing at
her home, 520 Minnesota avenue and
is reported to be improving rapidly.
Children's Wool Chinchella Coats
2 to 6 years, brown, grey and blue
Saturday at Johnson's $4.50.1t 11 17
D. C. Dvoracek returned to his
home in Bemidji this morning from
the Twin Cities, he having attended
the state convention of county agents
held there this week. He left Be
jnidji last Thursday.
Studio open Sundays or you may
make appointment for sitting any
evening. Hakkerup Studio. ll"16tf
The condition of C. A. Knopke,
who has been confined to his bed
for several months, does not im
prove as his friends would wish. Dur
ing the past week he seemed to be
in a weaker state and is suffering a
great deal.
You can buy a beautiful hat at
Johnson's Saturday for $1.98.
It 11 17
Walter Bret was a between train
guest of relatives in Bemidji Wed
nesday n route from Duluth to
Kelliher where he is employed as
bookkeeper in a camp. He was called
to Duluth last week by the death of
his brother.
Wool Prunella skirts 200 to choose
from regular price at Johnson's,
$4.95.
Item* for this column will 1M gladly received by Mr*. Harr*
ey, telephone 114. Readers owe it to their gueats and to
themselves to see that items of local interest are reported.
Every, item wlil be given proper consideration when the source
known.
It 11 17
Edson Washburn, assistant coun
ty agent of Beltrami county attend
ed the county agents' convention in
St. Paul this week and went from
here to his home in Monticello to
visit for a few days. He was success
ful in bagging a deer before leaving
and shipped it to his home.
Bungalow aprons 69c at Johnson's
Saturday.
It 11 17
Mrs. S. O. Quammen of Thief
River Falls, who has been the guest
of her sister, Mrs. H. S. Kinney 513
Minnesota avenue, returned to her
home today to be with her daughter
a few days before the latter leaves
for California to spend the winter.
Mrs. Quammen will return to Be
midji soon to make a longer visit.
ews
R. H. Everhart of Park Rapids
is transacting business in the city
this week.
Ladies pure silk slightly irregular
full fashioned hose, regular $2.50
values at Johnson's Saturday $1.49.
It 11 17
L. V. Harpel of Fernhill was
among the out of town business vis
itors in Bemidji Tuesday.
Your friends can buy anything
you may give them except your
photograph. Call the Hakkerup Stu
dio and make an appointment for
that Xmas photograph. 11 16 tf
Roy Moberg, who has been ill for
a few days at his home, W. Fourth
street is reported to be improving,
Marshall Field La France and Vic
toria hose regular $2.50 values fof
$2.35 this week at the Elko Hat
Shop. It 11 17
Dr. D. F. McCann and E. E, Mc
Donald returned yesterday from a
successful hunting trip in the vicin
ity of Puposky.
Every hat in store one-half price
Saturday at Johnsons. It 11 '7
H. R- Jones, who moved his fa.-
mily this summer from Bemidji to
Bloomer, Wisconsin, is calling on old
friends today and transacting bus
iness.
One dozen photographs make 12
Xma presents. Telephone 239, The
Hakkerup Studio and make appoint-
11 16 tf ment
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. T. E. Lloyd, 624 Thirteenth
street at the Lutheran ..Hospital
Thursday evening. Mother and baby
are getting along nicely.
Users of NU-BONE CORSETS will
be pleased to learn that Mrs. Laura
Cobb, corsetier, has located in Be
midji and will receive appointments.
Phone 517. 6t 11 20
Mrs. L. W. Galloway of te Elko
Hat Shop returned this morning from
a business trip to the Twin Cities.
She attended the Style Show at the
Radisson Hotel while there.
Over 300 ladies' sweaters to choose
from at Johnson's, specials for Sat
urday. It 11 17
Mrs. C. H. Burnham, who was in
jured last week when she fell 'thru
a trap door into the cellar is report
ed to be up a part of each day and
able to get around a little by the aid
of crutches.
For an exclusive looking purse or
vanity case try the Elko Hat Shop.
It 11 17
Miss Edith" Lincoln left for her
home at Detroit, Mann, via Mcin
tosh1
Delicious homemade candy made
by the Methodist Candy Committee
and laso Methodist Cracker-Jack on
sale all day Saturday at the Gas Of
fice, telephone orders delivered.
Phone 947-W. 2t 11 17
Mrs. George Slater, 1311 Bixby
avenue, is under the care of a spec
ialist at Minneapolis where she has
been receiving treatment for the past
few days. Word received by friends
states that she is improving.-
Don't fail to see Johnson's Can
ton Crepe and Wool Dresses $5#5",
$9.75 and $12.50 Saturday. It 11 17
W. R. Aldrich, w'.io has been the
guest of his sons, M. A., E, J. and
C. E. Aldrich and their families for
several months, left Wednesday for
Superior, Wis., where he will spend
the winter with his sister, Mrs.
Charles Dickinson.
C. E. Lovett, Imperial Scribe of
the Modern Samaritans, Duluth, ar
rived in Bemidji yesterday and gave
a talk at the meeting of the order
last evening. He is transacting bus
iness here today. The other two of
ficers who planned to reach here for
the meeting last evening did not ar
rive.
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MISS RAIN ENTERTAINS
Miss Myrtle Rain, 8th and Irvine
avenue was hostess Wednesday eve
ning at her home to the young ladies
sewing club of which she is a mem
ber.
ODD FELLOWS TO ENJOY
SPPER AND MEETING
The* business meeting of the I. O.
O. O. F. this evening will be pre
ceded by a 6:30'o'clock supper to be
served the members, and it is urged
that there be a, large attendance.
ELKS LODGE WILL STAGE
DANCING PARTY TONIGHT
An informal dancing party is to
be given this evening by the enter
tainment committee of the Bemidji
lodge of Elks at the Elks hall- Ex-
cellent dance music is assured and
a large attendance is expected.
BETHEL LTHER LEAGUE
TO MEET THIS EVENING
Members and friends of the Lu
ther league of the Bethel Lutheran
church are invited to attend the bus
iness meeting and program to be
held this evening in the church. A
social hour will follow and Mrs
Charles Blade will act as hostess.
PRESBYTERIAN DIVISION
MEMBERS COMPLETE WORK
Several members of the Division
No. 4 of the Ladies' Aid of the Pres
byterian church met this afternoon
with the assistant chairman, Mrs. D,
C. Dvoracek, to complete work for
the annual sale on December 5th.
Mrs. Dvoracek served refreshments
in the late afternoon.
LOHMAN-WAGNER
Benjamin R. Lohman and Hazel E.
Wagner, both of Zumbrota, Goodhue
county, were united in marriage at
the home of the bride's parents Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Wagner, 807 Minne
sota avertue, Thursday evening at
6:30. Rev. L. P. Warford performed
the ceremony. They will make their
home at Zumbrota.
ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGE
Misses Lucille Young and Joseph
ine Parker entertained last evening
at bridge at the home of the latter
209 Seventh street, complimentary
to Miss Jennie Smith of New Lisbon
Wisconsin, who is a guest of rela
tives in Bemidji. Four tables were
played and refreshments were served
by the hostesses.
BIRTHDAY PARTY
Miss Betty Rice entertained. 18
of her little friends yesterday at her
home 1134 Doud avenue, in honor
of her eighth birth anniversary.
Out of door games were played and
at 5 o'clock a birthday lunch was
served. In place of the usual large
birthday cake, individual cakes were
used, each with a lighted candle these
being used to light the table. She
received many pretty and useful
gifts. The guests inculded Bonita,
and Maxine Bradford, Gladys and
Agnes Monson, Margaret, Kathryn
and Francis Hurley, Clarice Kolbe,
Mary Kobe, Ruth Gilbertson, June
Veloske, Helen Skinvik, Irene
Brakke, Alice Kathryn Coe, Edith
La Mont, Helen Hovey.
Mrs. A. M. Olander and baby and
her mother, Mrs. Andrew Mortenson
went to Marvel yesterday for a few
days visit.
Miss Clara Sabin, Home Demon
stration Agent, is spending this week
in Si," Paul attending a state con
vention being held there.
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where she will visit friends for
a few days. She has been the guest
of her sister, 1316 Beltrami avenue
avenue for the past mont.
Saturday at Johnson's 10 per ent
discount on all winter underwear.
It 11 17
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Isted and lit
tle son, Maurice motored this morn
ing to Kelliher on a combined bus
iness and pleasure trip. They will
return this evening.
Ladies' felt slippers 360 pair to
choose from89c Saturday at John-
It 11 17
son's
Mrs. Charles Rock and infant
daughter returned this afternoon to
their home at Pinewood. They have
been visiting for the past two weeks
at the home of her sister in law Mrs.
R. L. Luce and family, 616 First
street.
One cent sale at Candy Kitchen
Friday and Saturday 2t 11 18
Rev.' George W. Keho5 left this
morning by auto for his home at
Rochester, Minn, and expects to be
gone over Sunday. The Baptist pul
pit will be filled in his absence Sun
day by Rev. Lemaster of Lake City
who will preach at morning and eve
ning services.,
Buy a pound of Candy at the
Candy Kitchen, Friday or Saturday
pay one cent more and get two
pounds. 2t 11 18
CATHOLIC LADIES SUPPER
Sunday evening, November 19
Roast Beef Brown Gravy
Mashed Potatoes
Bagas Pickles
Cranberries
Cold Slaw Fruit Jello
Cake Coffee
AlLfor 50c It
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ARMOUR-MORRIS & CO.
MERGER SEEMS LIKELY
(By United Press)
Washington, Nov. 17Govern-
ment officials now appear inclined to
aprove the request of J. Ogden Ar
mour for a merger of his packing
concern with Morris & Co.
Should approval be granted, it
would be accompanied by the warn
ing that the new concern would be
subject to all the provisions of the
Packers Control act apd that any at
tempt by the combine to use its
power to restrain commerce .would
result in prompt prosecution.' It
would be made plain that in not rais
ing objection to the merger, tW gov
ernment would not be giving htynk*
et approval to anything the combine
might do in the future.
Farm organizations here are not
raising a very strenuous objection
to the new plan. The Packers Con
trol law is so air-tight that the in
terests of the farmer and public
would be protected, it was pointed
out. In many respects, the protec
tion of all the packers has been made
uniform by the packer Control law
Some objection is expected in con
gress, but even their objections are
not being raised very strenuously.
One of the large farm organiza
tions is considering going on record
for a combination of all the packers
under strict government regulations,
believeing that the cost of marketing
and packing would be reduced to
such an extent that the farmers could
be paid higher prices for their stock
and the consumers benefit from the
lower meat-prices.
CASSELTON, N.D. PAYS TRIBUTE
TO BROTHER OF BEMIDJI MAN
Charles Arnold of Bemidji has just
recently returned from Casselton, N.
D., where he was called by the death
of his brother, A. J. Arnold, of whom
the Casselton Reporter gives the
following, a part of the account of
his death and funeral.
"People of Casselton were deeply
shocked Saturday morning to hear
of the death of A. J. Arnold of this
city, at a Fargo hospital, the night
before. Mr. Arnold tripped and fell
at the George Nesemier farm about a
week before his death, with injury
to his ankle but no abrasion to the
skin. He contiriuedl labor. Infec
tion at the knee followed later and
on Friday he was taken to the hos
pital, dying that night at about 11:-
30, from blood-poisoning.
"He leaves hi^" widow, two sons,
Vernon and Everett, and one daugh
ter Maxine. There are seven bro
thers, including Charles of Bemidji.
"Funeral seryfees were held from
the M. E. church Tuesday afternoon,
under the supervision of S. S. West
The Boy Scouts*'^n whom Mr. Arn
old had taken great interest during
his residence here, were out in a
body. Rev- Stinson, who knew the
deceased well and labored with him
in the M. E. church of this city, of
which he wMttUimnibers officiated at
the services".'*'"
The deceased will be remembered
by a large number of friends in Be
midji, he having visited here on sev
eral occasions in the past few yeras.
BEMIDJI TO HAVE WALNUT
AND BUTTERNUT TREES SOON
Bemidji, property owners will grow
all kinds of butternut and walnut
trees next year, if all citizens who
secured seed from J- L. George plant
them this fall, before the ground
freezes-
Mr. George recently secured a
quantity of these fine nuts and of
fered to- give them away to citizens
who would promise to plant them this
fall.
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