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DAILY HEALTH HINT.
Death From Overeating Candy.
A case of death from exces
sive eating of Christmas candy
in a department store has oc-1
curred in a New York hospital,
the surfeit ending with convul
sions. Sweets are a necessary
part of the diet, especially of
children, but cane sugar in any
form is objectionable. Honey,
and fresh dates are the best
sweets, molasses candy the least
objectionable form. When corn
syrup is used it should not be
indiscriminately mixed with
such heavy foods as beans or pan
cakes, but is compatible with
toast, forming a suitable break
fast for a school boy if beans and
brown bread or corn bread and
milk or rice and milk are taken
at the next meal.
Mrs. Bertha Edd entertained a
number of friends yesterday at a
Thanksgiving dinner at her home at
Auction Sale now on at Cummer's
Jewelry Store, 2 and 7 p. m.
P. J. O'Leary, wife and son Ar
thur, were entertained at Thanksgiv
ing dinner at the home of Mrs. Giv
Go to Hakkerup for photos.
Fred Brinkman and wife and J. A.
Younggren and wife formed a party
who had Thanksgiving dinner at the
Rex hotel yesterday.
Attend the Auction Sale at Cum
mer's Jewelry Store, Markham Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tennstrom en
tertained at a one o'clock dinner yes
terday, the guests being Misses Julia
Kleve Nellie Erb, Ellie Robinson and
Messrs. T. J. Crane and J. P. Ris
If your name is mis-spelled or oth
erwise incorrectly listed notify the
Telephone Company before the next
directory goes to press on Dec. 15th.
Fire destroyed the sawmill of
Carlson Brothers at Quiring. The
mill was a complete loss. Logs
owned"by W. Sjogren and J. A. An
derson also burned. The mill may be
Saving money is a habit that grows
and the more it grows the easier it
becomes. Save something this week
and deposit it at interest in the
Northern National Bank.
The social which ^K.as^heid,bjri-i^e_
Sunday School classTof the Swedish
Lutheran Church last evening was
well attended. Thirteen dollars was
taken in which will pay for the elec
tric light fixtures and wiring for the
The telephone directory is consid
ered a social as well as a business
guide. You can easily have your
name among the many others by or
dering service before Dec. 15th.
Misses Mabel Wheeler, Myn Ly
ons, Dorothy Clarke and Mrs. A. P.
Henrionnet and Messrs. Joe Anderson
and Carl Hanson formed a party who
drove to the John Wilcox farm near
Fowlds to spend Thanksgiving day.
They returned last evening.
Hunters!!! Leave your birds and
game heads at Reed's Studio to be
mounted by B. F. Joslyn, taxiderm
Miss Elsie M. Schmitt will enter
tain a number of her friends at a
sleigh ride party this evening. Af
ter the sleigh ride the party will go
to Miss Schmitt's home where lunch
will be served and the evening will
be given over to playing |ames.
"Miss Minnie Ness," says the
Clearbrook Journal,' "15 years old,
daughter of Charles Ness, Clearbrook
agent of the Standard Oil company,
has put all the boys for miles around
in the shade. A few days ago she
laid a trap for a wolf, and captured
The home of Charles S. Carter, the
cedar man, at Hines caught fire on
Tuesday and for a time threatened
the destruction of the building but
by hard work the flames were ex
tinguished. The fire started in the
basement. Mr. Hines was slightly
injured in his fight with the flames.
While working in Crookston camp
No. 2, near Blackduck, John Ander
son was struck by the branch of a
tree he had been sawing, and was
crushed to the ground, death being
instantaneous. An effort is being
made to locate relatives and if this
can not be done the body will be in*
terred at Blackduck."
John Rusteen, attempted to drink
all the liquor in town last Tuesday,
and was succeeding fairly well when
he became so noisy that Chief of
Police Harrington took him to the
city jail and Wednesday in munici
pal court he paid a fine of $5 and
costs. Edward McEarney paid a fine
of $1 and costs, on a similar charge.
Last evening Merle Methven enter
tained a few of her friends at her
home with a card-party. The even
ing was spent in playing Bunco and
Pit, at which Minnie Huntosh won
the highest score. The guests were
Maude Slater, Hazel Huilett, Minnie
Huntosh, Delbert Elletson, Lester
Achenbach, Leslie Slater, and Hiram
I-' -Richard Hines, a one armed trav-
"c^e&c-"-'/CliBS nian fox .the Gately & Co., eas
Editorial Telephone, "THREE-ONE'S'
DORA BARBETTE, Society Reporter
payment concern of Minneapolis, was
dragged into court for the second
time within a week on a charge of
being drunk. On the first offense he
was permitted'to go with a fine of $1
and costs but the second offense
brought a sentence of $15 or 30
days. He paid the fine. Chief Har
rington made the arrest.
Rev. F. J. Barackman presented
his formal resignation to the congre
gation of the First Presbyterian
church at the close of Sunday even
ing's service. The resignation is to
take effect December 31st. As has
previously been stated Rev. Barack
man expects to leave his charge here
to become pastor-evangelist of the
Duluth Presbytery with headquarters
in Duluth and arrangements are be
ing made by Mr. Barackman to move
with his family to that city about the
first of the New York. As yet no suc
cessor to the retiring pastor has been
William H. Roberts, 52 years old,
of the Palace Meat Market in this
village, passed away,, suddenly" last
Thursday forenoon,' the immediate
cause of his death being heart fail
ure. The tragic death of Mrs. Rob
erts a year and a half ago left its sad
impress on him and he had never re
covered fully from the shock of that
calamity. Funeral services were con
ducted" by Rev. F. J. Barackman on
Friday afternoon at the home of the
deceased. The body was afterwards
taken to the depot 'to be shipped to
Brainerd for interment.Blackduck
The art glass windows have .been
placed in the new Methodist church.
There are 25 of- them, nearly ail of
which have been donated as memo
rial windows or by some of the Sun
day School classes. These windows
are modern, the sash being double
rabbeted, and the art glass being
placed in the inside of the sash and
storm glass on the outside of the
sash, making the windows frost
proof. The prevailing color is light
amber with blending shades making
a handsome color scheme. The. de
sign is made up of a figure window
taking Hoffman's Gethsemane and ac
companied by a similar designs in
the other windows, which, instead of
the figure contain emblems selected
by the donors. These windows are
in keeping with the general scheme
of the style of architecture in the
GOOD CLOTHES FOR BOYS
You will find our clothes for boys this season
are better tailored than ever before in fact it
would be hard to find any men's clothes that
exhibit any better workmanship. The qualities
we offer are the best we have been able to pro
duce for several years. The styles are most at
tractive and we show a wide range of patterns.
HANDSOME NEW SHIRTS
Every style and kind of shirt a. man could
wish for is now shown here, and we are confi
dent that you will find just the one you want.
At each price we show a large assortment. The
qualities are right and the patterns beautiful.
50c to $3.00
V. M. Owen, merchant of Hines,
was a Bemidji visitor yesterday.
Jas. Reid, a cedar man of Black
duck,, is in the city today on busi-
Chas. TCinkle, ]mayor*of "Walker,
spent yesterday in the city^^ith
Harry Simons, JrVVllI go to Spur
this evening to be the guest of Chas.
Gerlinger for a couple of days.
Attorney E. E. McDonald went to
Walker this morning on legal busi
ness before Judge B. F. Wright. 1
C. M. Foster of Blackduck, spent
yesterday in the city. Mr. Foster is
connected with the J. A. Irvine Com
B. Landman" came up" from Min
neapolis Wednesday night and has
accepted a position with the Bemidji
E. R. Montgomery of Crookston,
was in the city yesterday. Mr.
Montgomery is connected with the
Crookston Milling Company. "u
Misses A. E. Rice and" N. Rasmus
son and Messrs. Lewis Sathre and
Elmer A. Wahlstrom of Sebeka, are
Bemidji visitors in the city today.
Chas. L. Sherrin of International
Falls, deputy auditor of-Koochiching
County, attend the Knights of Col
umbus' exercises in the city yester
Mrs. C. R. Sanborn will leave to
morrow morning for Brainerd where
she will play the violin at the Elks
Memorial exercises Sunday after
Clerk of Court Fred Rhoda and
Wife will return this evening from
Long Prairie where they went to
spend Thanksgiving as' the guests of
Mr. Rhoda's parents.
G. ifulander, merchant of Walker,
and wife spent yesterday in the city
Mr. Kulander returned home last
night but Mrs. Kulander will remain
in the city for a few days.
Arthur Barrette and Henry Duval
of Crookston arrived in the city yes
terday to attend the meeting of the
Knights of Columbus. They re
turned home this afternoon.
Mrs. T. Malone and Miss Tracy
Malone, a high school teacher of Cass
Lake, were the Thanksgiving guests
of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Simonson.
They will return home tomorrow.
Maurice Malone of Fort Francis,
KUPPENHEJME CtOfllES o^^f^^^b ^^rossewshoe
The Mora and Mallory Ra\s ..v^..$3.00
Wilson Brothers' Shirts,:f#.:. .....$1.00 and $L50
Crookston Lumber. Com-
Mrsf^Peter Schumaker left this
morning for Brainerd where she will
be the guest of her daughter. Mrs.
Schumaker has been visiting her
son, R. IL Schumaker in this city
for Ithe past W Veeks.^^^, 4
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ne'tflVaW sblr
Royal went to Crookston yesterday
morning where they were the guests
of Mrs Netzer.'s parents over
Thanksgiving. Mr. Netzer returned
to .Bemidji last night but Mrs.
Netzer will remain over until Sun-
Manufacturer's sale of new goods be
given Friday at Troppman's Depart
ment Store. .--^i v.
of hew' goods begins Friday at Tropp
man's Department Store.
A HARMLESS WAY TO
DARKEN THE HAIR
A Little Sage and Sulphur Makes
/Gray Hair VanishA Remedy
for All Hair Troubles.,
Who does not know the value of
sage and sulphur for keeping the hair
dark, soft, glossy and in good condi
tion? As a matter of fact, sulphur
is a natural element of hair, and a
deficiency of it in the hair is held by
many scalp specialists to be connect
ed with loss of color and vitality of
the hair., Unquestionably, there is
no bettter remedy for hair and scalp
troubles, especially premature gray
ness, than sage and sulphur, if prop
erly prepared. The Wyeth Chemical
Company of New York put up an
ideal remedy of this kind, called Wy
eth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy,
and authorize druggists to sell it un
der guarantee that the money will be
refunded if it fails to do exactly as
If you have dandruff, or if your
hair is thin or turning gray, get a
bottle of this remedy from your drug
gist today, and see what it will do
This preparation is offered to the
public at fifty cents a bottle, and is
recommended and sold by all drug
to acquaint yotirself with this store's magnificent stocks of new merchandise
and learn what beautiful styles and excellent values and what painstaking
service await you here.
We urge you to come and see the new goods. You'll find our salesmen
exceptionally courteous, and glad to show the goods to you, whether you
come to buy or not.
We urge you to compare the values we offer with what you can elsewhere.
It's to your own best interest to do so.
We urge you to investigate the many exclusive advantages in style, qual-
ity, service and price offered you at this store.
We urge you to find out for yourself, by test of the goods we sell that no-
where can you get more real value for your money than here. We will not
let a customer be dissatisfied with anything bought here, if we know it.
Surprising Values in Men's
New Suits and Overcoats
pleasingly exemplify the season's
latest ideas in fashionable clothes, All are extremely
smart and becoming and exhibit the finest workman
/ship to the minutest detail. They are just the kind of
JrV-- "garments you would expect to, see priced at $25 to
$30 but they are only
*~The styles in pants this season tend to narrower legs and less
fullness throughout than previously. Yet we know that therp
are hundreds of young men, who still insist upon the "Full Peg"
trousers, so our stock is prepared for the demands of all men's
tastes and desires. You will find here a superb assortment of
beautiful new patterns and excellent fabrics of quality at all prices
$2.00 to $6.00
WE ARE THE MERCHANTS WHO SELL
Sir fci Ml jsrf tat iLius. ali A S&txJfii
v.'" yy have^"placed on sale212Diamond Rings at
Wholesale Price which we purchased Direct from the
importers in the East for our wholesale trade. Wefindwe
are overstocked. Rather than sell these through our whole-
sale channels we have decided to give our retail customers
the benefit of this purchase.
25 Rings 1-32 carat, $5.00 Each
75 Rings 1-321-64 caraf, $7.50 Each
52 Rings 1-16 carat, $9.75 Each
25 Rings 1-8 carat, $12.00 Each
13 Rings 3-16 carat, $ 15.00 Each
.12 Rings 1-4 carat, $27.50 Each
All the above Rings are set in 14 carat solid
gold mountings in our own workshop.
We carry in stock the larger sizes, 1-2 to 3
carat, $110.00 to $240.00 per carat. These
assortments include Silver Caps, Wessel
tons and Jagus.
GEO. T. BAKER & CO.,
I 16 Third Street Near the Lake
R. F. MURPHY
Officers 13 Beltrami Ave.
SOCKS THAT WILL WEAR
There is such a difference in the way socks
wear. You will find this out to your own satis
faction when you wear" your first pair of our
socks, the kind that are made with interwoven
heels .and toes and stand the rub and the stub.
Try a pair and you will soon find yourself O CA
asking for them in the future
Stylish New Hats for Good Dressers
There's a hat hat here for every face, figure
and fancy. Whether you are looking for a hat
full of "snap" or "go"-or a style of a more staple
nature, you will find us amply prepared to sup
ply your desires. The quality of these hats at
each price will satisfy you.
SI.00 to $3.00
Douglas Shoes.. .$3.50
^Winter Underwear..^.:... 50c to $5.00
^Flannel Shirts ^4^a:^l!A^.:^$1.00 to $3.00
The Minneapolis Dollar-Hotel
180 MODERN ROOMS
Located in Heart of BuuneM Dutrict
$1.00 SINGLE RATE $1.00
EUROPLAN. RATE FOR TWO PERSONS $1.60.
PRIVATE BATH AND TOILET EXTRA
EVERY ROOM HAS HOT AND COLO RUNNING
WATER, STEAM HEAT, GAS AND ELECTRIC
LIGHTS, PORCELAIN LAVATORY, PARQUET
FLOOR, AND TELEPHONE SERVICE TO OF-
FICE AND CITY. ALL BATH ROOMS ARE
FINISHED IN WHITE TILE WITH OPEN NICKEL
PLATED PLUMBING. SEVEN-STORY v. FIRE
PROOF ANNEX NOW COMPLETED.
162 East Bound Leaves 9:46" a.
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GREAT NORTHERN ~ii
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106 South Bound Leaves 6:30 a.
Freight West Leaves at 9:00 a.
Freight East Leaves at 3:30 p.m.
Minnesota & International
32 South Bound Leaves 8:15 a.
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Miles Block Telephone 560
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office over City Druff Store
Mmarlyo Rdnbiuh Co. t 0t. F*u
Instructor of Violin, Piano, Mando
lin and Brass Instruments. Musk
furnished for balls, hotels, weddings,
banquets, and all occasions. Terms
reasonable. All music up to date..
HARRY MASTEN, Plane TlltT
RoomJ36, Third floor, Brinkman Hotel.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
,R. ROWLAND GILMORE
PHYSICIAN AND- SURGEON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Mayo Block
Res. Phone 3b7
R. C. R. SANBORN
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
A. WARD, M. D.
Over First National Bank. Phone 51
House No. 602 Lake Blvd. Phone 351
R. A. E. HENDERSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Over First National Bank, Bemidji, Minn.
Office Phone 36. Residence Pone 72.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Winter Block
E. H. MARCUM
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Mayo Block
Phone 18 Residence Phone 21)
DINER W. JOHNSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Residence 1113 Bemidji Ave. Phone 435
Offices overSecurityiBank. Phone 130
T)R. D. L. STANTON
Office in Winter Block
J. T. TUOMY
1st National Bank Build'g. Telephone 230
R. G. M. PALMER
Evening Work by Appointment Only
Lands Loans Stocks
Box 736, Bemidji, Minn.
OfficeRoom No. 11, Bacon Block
EDUARD F. NETZER, Ph, G.
Personal attention to prescriptions
TM-E W PUBLIC LIBRARY
rOpen daily, except Sunday and Mon
day 11 to 12 a.m., 1 to 6 p. m^ 7 to 9 p. m.
Sunday 3 to 6 p.m. Monday 7 to 9 p.
m. BEATRICE MILLS. Librarian.
DRAY AND TRANSFER
SAFE AND PIANO MOVING
nUNMPkmit Itttewkatw, MlnltaMU
Lidice' and Geate* Sato to Order. French
Dry CJeaaiaf, Preeeiaf Jtepeirinj
&J Spemlty. ^2|p ^g.