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EVERY HOME HAS A WANT AD
For Rent-For Sale-Exchange
--Help Wanted-Work Wanted
'Kaye & Carter Lumber Co., at
Hines, Minn., have a large tract of
Cedar and cordwood to cut.~.M*n
WANTEDGood girl for general
housework. Mrs. W. W. Brown,
700 Minnesota Avenue.
WANTEDGood girl for general
housework. Good wages. 515
WANTEDAjCook at the Nicollet
FOR SALE CHEAPFive room
house, family gasoline launch,
boat house in good condition,
about 25 cords 16 inch wood,
mostly tamarack. 224 Irvin
FOR EXCHANGE$1,000 stock
of General Merchandise. Will
exchange for Bemidji property
or farm land. J. H. Grant.
FOR SALELarge piano cased
organ cost $135. Will sell for
$50 if taken at once easy terms
if desired. M. E. Ibertson.
FOR SALE160 acres of good clay
land three miles from Bemidji if
interested call on Frank Hitchcock
714 13st. Bemidji Minn.
FOR SALECheap, No. 18 Jewel
hard coal burner. Inquire J. Fuller
ton, 1417 Irwin Ave.
FOR SALEBuggy, single harness,
baby cab, tent, Eighth and
FOR SALECheap, 6 white Wyon
dalte hens, 1 rooster. 622 Fourth
FOR SALEFive room cottage on
Beltrami Ave. 1309. Phone 446.
FOR SALEEnglish perambulator.
Inquire 423 Bemidji avenue.
LOST and FOUND
LOSTBetween Owl Drug Store
and Miles' corner, $2.50 gold
piece in pin form. Return to
Abercrombie's confectionary store
FOR RENT Three, four rocm
cottagesJn Mill Park. Inquire of
Ralph Anderson, Mill Park.
FOR RENTFurnished room in
private house. Ladies preferred
513 Fourth Street.
FOR RENTFurnished room, mod
ern conveniences. 1121 Bemidji
FOR RENTTwo furnished rooms.
WANTEDTo let the cutting
stamping and ranking in medium
sized ranks made soft from fire all
the wood on my place N. E.
Sec. 34 Town of Eckles Beltrami
Co. Minn. Also the piling and
burning of slashings and other
rubbish that may be on the ground.
Address M. J. Lenihan LaKeirlee
Raw Furs Raw Furs
Highest market price paid for
Mink, Skunk, Coon and Musk
rats and all kinds of Raw Furs.
Ship direct to us and Save Fur
Dealer's profit. We use our own
skins that's why we can pay the
Highest Market price for your
skins. Send us your horse and cow
hides to be made into Coats and
Robes. One trial shipment of Raw
Furs wiM convince.
PIONEER FUR CO.
1183 Beech St: St. Paul, Minn.
Expert Fur Repairing
F. M. FRITZ
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Mounting Game Heads, Whole
Animals, Birds, Fish, Fur Rugs
Decorative and Scientific
in all its branchesyLS
All Work Guaranteed MOTH
PROOF and First Class in Every
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Sunday Sermons in Bemidji
Morning worship at 11 subject "God's
Care for His own" Bible class and Sunday
School 12-15 Jr. C. E. 3 p. m. Sr. C. E. 7.
Evening service at 8, subject, "The Power
of Unconscious Influence:"
On Thursday at 8 p. m. Gerrit Verkuyl
will speak in the church oniSunday
School Methods. f-W.
Firt nethodlst. |!^|0
Owing to the absence of Rev. Flesher
who is attending the conference at Fer
gus Falls, there will be no services. The
Epworth League will not meet.
At the 11 a. m. service the subject will
be: "The Christian's final Tribunal" B. Y.
P. U. at 7:00 p. m. Miss Benner, leader.
Evening service 8:00, subject: "The
This will be the first address of a series
of seven given at the evening service on
the subject, "The Christ of God." Special
music will be provided for each evening,
All of the usual services will be held.
Will Burn Water.
Come in and see the Seattle Crude
Oil & Water BurnerT For all kinds
of stoves and heaters. Cuts fuel bill
80 per cent. Will be demonstrated
for five days at the old Pioneer Bldg.,
opposite the Post office Bemidji
Minn. Territory for sale, Agents
wanted^in Minn., Wis. and North
A. C. Mclean
SEE NO REASON
FO ANY DELAY
Lorimer Probers Will Pro*
ceed With Inquiry.
ATTORNEY'S PLEA FAILS
Counsel for Senator Asked That Pro-
ceedings Be Postponed Until After
the November Election, but This
the Committee Refused to DoTak-
ing of Evidence Expected to Begin
Early Next Week.
Chicago, Sept. 24.The senatorial
subcommittee on privileges and elec
tions, which convensd here to inves
tigate the alleged fraud and corrup
tion in the election.of Senator Will
jam Lorimer, deeided to proceed at
this time with the taking of testimony
and not to postpone action until after
the November elections, as urged by
the senator's attorney, Elbridge Han
ecy, at the first open session of the
At the opening of the day's session
Chairman Burrows also announced
that the committee would permit At
torney Alfred S. Austrian, represent
ing the Chicago Tribune, and former
Judge Elbridge Hanecy, representing
Senator Lorimer, to appear in the
Attorney Hanecy presented his for
mal motion for a continuance of the
hearing until after the November
elections. The reasons advanced were
in substance similar to the argument
made by him previously, when he de
clared that Senator Lorimer would be
handicapped through a disinclination
of legislators now under indictment to
testify before the committee.
The Tribune's list of witnesses was
submitted and the committee began
consideration of methods of procedure.
Decides Against Postponement.
The committee's decision overrul
ing Senator Lorimer's plea for delay
was announced by Senator Paynter of
Kentucky, who said:
"The committee has given due con
sideration to the presentation made
for a continuance of this hearing until
after the November elections and has
not found the reasons contained there
in of sufficient weight to warrant the
delay. The petition is denied."
No reference was made to the defi
nite time'when the hearing would be
gin, but after submission of the names
of the witnesses by the newspapers a
short conference resulted in the an
nouncement that the session would
adjourn as a public meeting until
Monday morning to permit Senators
Bulkeley of Connecticut and Frazier
of Tennessee, other members of the
investigating subcommittee, to be
The committee then went into ex
ecutive session with Attorneys Aus
trian and Hanecy to determine upon
the rules of practice that would ob
tain at the hearing. The committee
has decided, it was announced, to ask
for the official record of the Illinois
legislature containing the ballotting
during the period preceding and up
to and including the election of Lor
Cholera Deaths In Russia.
St. Petersburg, Sept 24.The fig
ures available at the sanitary bureau
show that during the present cholera
epidemic there have been 191,076
cases, with $,716 deaths, throughout
the country^ In the iasfJ'sik days
there have been 301: *iew^ cases and
eighty-three deaths in this city.
May Have Dropped* Into Lake. 4
Dunkirk, N. Y.,^Sept'. 24.Deirriis
Ready, engineer at the Dunkirk water
works, reported to the police that he
saw a large cigar-shaped' ballooo,, ho^
ering over the lake at' night. The bal
loon appeared to be .unmanageable.
It gradually disappeared and.-he be
lieves it dropped into -T^UaWU,^
FIREBUGS ARE SUSPECTED
Another Serious Fire at Plant of Har*
Chicago, Sept. 24.When another
mysterious fire was discovered at the
Deering plant of the International
Harvester company the police were
convinced that a firebug is after the
The fire destroyed a five-story hemp
warehouse, entailing a loss of $260,-
000, and: threatened destruction of the
Seventy-five firemen were .overcome
good range of
50c. Gauze Lisle Vests
3 for $1.00
The reason for this offering is
to introduce our complete Knit
Underwear department for Wom
en. These vests guaranteed to fit
perfectly, will again be marked
50c. on Tuesday but as a special
for Saturday and Monday you
may choose at this price, 3 for
Now showing complete lines of
union suits and separate gar
ments from 25c. to $4.00.
Infants Gowns, Guimps,
We offer a splendid assortment
of infants dresses at 50c, 75c.
$ 1.00 and up.
Little Toddlers cloaks, furs,
robes, blankets, knit underwear,
skirts, shawls, mits, booties, hose
and stork goods,
by smoke from the burning hemp dur
ing the progress of the fire. Some of
Jhem were taken to hospitals.
'On Wednesday afternoon a fire
equally as mysterious attacked the
twine warehouse, with $100,00.0 loss.
General Brayton Dead.
Providence, R. I., Sept. 24 General
Charles R:' Brayton/ the blind leader
of the Rhode Island Republicans and
the Rhode Island member of the na
tional Republican committee, is dead
The Very Newest
Women's Suits S
Our offering in Women's tailor made
Suit for early fall embraces six exclu
sive styles. Garments made of the new
mannish Mixtures, cheviots and tweeds
Plain tailored models in various
colors and mixtures with 32 inch
Coat and new
Kayser arid Merod
Women's vests and
pants fleeced lined.
White Jersey rib-p flu
bedsoft and warm^Wv
Women's union suits,
jersey ribbed silk mixed,
warm and perfect fitting.
-Fine ribbed all wool
union suits, perfect fit
WO O Pi!
Leave your orders for
seasoned Birch, Tam
arack or Jack Pine
S P. HAYTH
v,* Telephone 11J'
Women's and Children's Ready-to-Wear Garments
We speak what we firmly believe to be words of truth when we say that we have provided
for the Women and Children of this section the most genuinely satisfying line of Coats, Suits
and accessories that have ever been shown in any Northern Establishment. There the cream
of the efforts of the best producers of Women's clothesFit, lines, modes, tailoring details are
all achieved in mastierlyjashion.
It's Really the Best Time Now to Select Your Furs
Stocks are most complete and prices in most instances are lower than they will be later when we are obliged to reorder
French Untlermuslin Underpriced
All Princess Slips, all combinations, all gowns, skirts and
drawers at reduction of one-half.
This sale envolves absolutely every piece of French and
American made muslin underwear in our entire department.
A large selection of Waists in real Linen, strictly hand tailored
and side frilled styles. Former prices
$425 and $5.15
AH the work done here is done with a Guarantee.
ri .^Prompt Service and First Class Workmanship.
ST NEW BUILDING
Sals of Women's Black
Horse Shoeing and Plow Work a Specialty
vice. Satin lined to waist.
pressed flannel, 75c,
$ I .OO and up.
Full Length Kimonas
Fleeced fllannels, Per
sian patterns d*4 p|?
Empire style...3*- 51
Satin faced crepe
Robe and Kimonas, extra
quality french^| g#%
Empire House Gowns satin bands at waist. Emb. satin Lapel $6.00.
Silks at $ 6 and up.
Sweater Coats, Petticoats, Silk Slips, Leather Bags, Novelty
Jewelry, Combs, Belts, Barettes.
EVERYTHING READY TO WEAR
Here is Another Smart Long COO Rfl
Goat Special at iPZZi
Beautiful new tailored, very service-
able and dressy coats, close fitting
models in Cheviots, Tweeds, Zebelines,
Smart 54 inch coats made of fine
quality black broadcloth. A quality
that will give the most satisfactory ser-