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is so great, no other agent so
useful and certain in making
delicious, wholesome foods
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SPORT S O TH E DA
Charles Klein, owner of the Clin
ton team, .has been elected president
of the Illinois-Missouri league.
A Chicago story has it that no less
than, six of the Cub regulars are to
be placed on the market this winter.
Because he failed to get a safe tap
in the world's series Jack Murray,
of the Giants, is tagged to go on the
The South Bend Club, of the Cen
tral leagile, has signed a -second
baseman named Andrew Spycholski.
Did you get it?
If "Buddy" Ryan canl ive up to
his reputation gained on the Pacific
Coast, Cleveland will surely have a
bunch of sluggers next season.
The recent death of President Rus
sell, of the Boston Nationals, will no
doubt cause the sale of the Rustlers
and a change in the" management.
Now that Hal Chase has resigned
as manager of the New York Ameri
cans, Gotham fans are trying to fig
ure out who will lead the Yankees
From all accounts Messrs. Ebbets,
of Brooklyn, Fogel, of Philedlphia
and Murphy of Chicago, made a big
hit with the minor league magnates
at the recent meeting in San Antonio,
Hot Springs, Ark., will get the
bulk of the big leaguers during the
training season. The Philadelphia,
Pittsburgh, Brooklyn and Cincinnati
teams of the National league, and
the Cleveland and Boston teams of
the American league will work out
among the Ozarks.
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One of the greatest struggles on
the Western gridiron this season was
the Minnesota-Wisconsin 6-6. tie
The Dartmouth eleven made a fine
We have placed on sale212Diamond Rings at
Wholesale Price which we purchased Direct from the
importers in the East for our wholesale trade, We find we
are overstocked. Rather than sell these through our whole-
sale channels we have decided to give our retail customers
the benefit of Inis purchase.
25 Rings 4-32 carat, $5.00 Each
75 Rings 1-321-64 carat, $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
s!2 Rings: 1-4 carat, $27.50 Each
All the above Rings are set in-14 carat solid
5ld 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
showing this season, but was not
quite strong enough to down Prince
ton or Harvard.
Penn and Cornell are hard at work
preparing for their last game of the
season, which will take place Thanks
Trinity C611ege, with only 250
students, turned out.a
defeated oClgate, Wesleyan and theAmerica.
Jimmp Thirpe, of the Carlisle elev
en, is one of the wonders of the ath
letic world. Coming to Carlisle in
1908 with no knowledge whatever of
athletics, he has since then accom
plished a marvelous variety of ath
letic feats on floor, gridiron, dia
mond, track and field.
8 S 8 $ &<&<$-$$$&<&$>
WITH THE BOXERS.
Alf Lynch the Canadian bantam,
and Joe Shea have signed to meet in
New Haven, Dec. 14.
The defeat of K. O. Brown by "One
Round" Hogan has boosted Hogan's
stock about fifteen per cent.
The Best Zmt Gift
for a boy is a year's
good reading. To get
it send 50 cents today for leading boys'
monthly magazine of America. High
class stories, educational manly, sports,
games, electrical, mechanical, carpen
try, wireless, aviation, poultry, pets,
camp'ing, trapping and Boy couts dept.
Keeps 52,000 boys interested" now. Sent
to three homes a whole year for $1.
Remit to THE NATIONAL. YOUTH, 32
Kedzie Building, Chicago, 111.
Duluth's Largest and Best Hotel
More than SlOO.000.00 recently expended
on improvements. 250 rooms, 125 private
baths, 60 sample rooms. Every modern
convenience: Luxurious and delightful
restaurants and buffet. PUemish Room,
Palm Room. Men's Grill. Oolonial Buffet
Magnificent lobby ar public rooms
Ballroom, banquet rooms and private
dining rooms: Sun parlor and observa
tory. Located In heart of business sec
tion but overlooking the harbor and Lake
Superior. Convenient to everything.
One of the Great Hotels of the Northwest
Gilbert Always Remembered.
This Gilbert story reaches me from
an old Harrovian, says a writer in the
Manchester Guardian. In 1872 the peo
ple of the town got up theatricals to
raise funds for-a hospital. Or. Butler,
the head master, said he would not
allow the school to go unless the pieces
were first submitted to him. One was
Gilbert's "Palace of Truth." In it is a
passage in' which the hero says to the
heroine, "Meet me at 9 o'clock tonight
outside the garden gate." Dr. Butler
vetoed this and substituted, "Meet me
at 3 o'clock this afternoon." This
seemed to him more decorous. Some
years after Gilbert was invited to the
Harrow speeches. In reply to the toast
of his health he said, "I am very much
interested in visiting Harrow, for as
far as I know it is the only place in
the world where a line of mine has
ever been condemned as improper."
Great consternation prevailedali the
greater because no one except the
speaker and one other person, who was
just leaving Harrow in 1872, knew
what he meant. It was not Gilbert's
way to forget these things.
Somewhat Absent minded.
glimpses of the dis-
coverer of chloroform are given in the
"Recollections of Lady Priestly," wife
of Simpson's assistant at the "time of
the discovery. "The professor." she
writesj "used to make his experiments
with chloroform on us girls, and with
some of the liquid just poured on a
handkerchief would have half a dozen
of us lying about in various stages of
sleep. Our mother feared nothing and
was only too delighted to sacrifice, if
unavoidable, a daughter or two to
science! He was extremely
absentminded. I remember once
lunching at his house when he had
just arrived from some antiquarian ex
pedition. The butler, who had been
unpacking his things, came in and
said confidentially, 'Doctor, you have
left all your flannel vests behind!'
Ah! Oh!' replied Simpson, feeling
himself all over. 'I've got them all
on.'"Pall Mall Gazette.
Ooping the Baby.
"At the first sign of an attempt to
standardize and sterilize the babies,"
says Ellis Parker Butler in Success
Magazine, "I organized the Fond Fa
thers' Oop-de-baby Association of
For thousands of years fa
thers have been permitted to oop-de
baby unrestrained, and thia right was
one of the first rights attacked, by the
advocates of the automatic baby. I
considered it a double blow at the
baby, and at the father and resented it
as such. If a father may not oop his
own baby, what is the world coming
to? Ooping a baby is a father's great
est pleasure. It is the act of grasping
the baby under the arms, tossing the
baby, into the air and catching it on
its down trip, while the words "Oop-de-
baby!" are repeated at each toss. This
is repeated until the baby is hysterical
or drops on the floor by accident. It
is then banded to its mother."
WANTEDFor U. S. ArmyAble
bodied unmarried men between
ages of 18 and 35r citizens of the
United States, df good character
and temperate habits, who can
speak, read and write the English
language. For information ap
ply to Recruiting Office at-Scroe
der Building, Bemidji, or 217 Tor*
rey Building, Duluth, Minn.
WANTED AT ONCECompetent
girl for general work. Wages $5
per week. Mrs. V. M. Owen,
WANTEDCompetent girl tor gen
eral housework. Mrs. J. O. Har
ris, 703 Bemidji Ave.
WANTEDGirl for general house
work. Mrs. John Wilson, 1101
FOR SALEPonanle saw mill (com
plete) and 28 horse-power traction
engine (good as new), at less than
1-3 cost price. Call or write First
National Bank, Bagley, Minn.
FOR SALEMy 22 foot tjoat hull,
steering wheel, propeller shaft, life
preservers^ one 16 inch Bryant and
Berry wheel, two stickler weedless
wheels. Floyd Brown.
FOR SALE5 room house, 68 foot
lot, good investment, easy terms.
Only $800. Huffman, Harris &
FOR SALEBaled hay and straw by
Wes Wright, .City Hall black.
FOR "RENT6 room house, partly
modern. C. D. Lucas, 902 Berairlji
FOR RENTLarge furnished room.
Modern 921 Minnesota Ave.
FOR RENTHouse at 502 Fourth
St. $22.50 per -month. ,StU
FOR RENT2 furnished roams, 320
Minnesota A-ve.'f^^f? *S".Ti'f2
FOR RENTBoard and room at 615
Irvine Ave. &*
When Scotland Had a Navy.
It was James, IV. who first created
an effective %na.jy''-'tor Scotland, ex
hausting all available timber for ship
building, so that he bad to ask France
and Denmark for more, and of the
sixteen large and tea small ships he
owned his special pride was the
largest then existing. To build this
Dreadnought of her day all the woods
of Fife were laid waste. She cost
30.000, an enormous value in those
times had a crew of 300 sailors, 120
gunners and 1,000 marines, with "more
great ordnance in her than the French
king ever had to the siege of any
town." as James himself boasted.
"Mr. Floorwalker. I wish you would
give me a clerk who can show me
what I want!" \i '-f^*,.
"And what do
GASH WITH OOPY
yj cent pet* word per Issue
Regular charge rate 1 cent per word per insertion. No ad taken for less than
15 cents. Phone 3 1
HOW THOSE WAIST ADS
DO THE BUSINESS
They tell what you have to sell to everybody in Bemidji.
The Pioneer goes everywhere so that everyone has a neighbor who takes it
and people who do not take the paper generally read their neighbor's so your want
ad gets to them all.
Y2 Cent a Word Is All It Costs
Can't Lose Much by Taking a Chance
ySu want, madam?"
"How do I know until,,I have look
THEY ALL DEMAND IT
Bemidji, Like Every City and Town
in the Union, Receives It.
People with kidney ills want to be
cured. When one suffers the tortures
of an aching back, relief is eagerly
sought for. There are many reme
dies today that relieve, but do not
cure. Doan's Kidney Pills have cured
thousands. Here is proof:
J. S. Burdick, Park Rapids, Minn.,
says: "I publicly endorsed Doan's
Kidney Pills three years ago and at
this time I take pleasure in doing
so again. Whenever I have an op
portunity, I urge a, trial of this rem
edy, for I know that it is effective."
(Statement given October 7, 1910).
The endorsement referred to by
Mr. Burdick, was given on December
4, 1907, and was as follows: "A dull
pain in my loins and sides-caused
me a great deal of- suffering and
there 'was also soreness across my
kidneys. I had headaches and there
was also soreness across my kidneys.
I had headaches and I noticed that
the kidney secretions were unnatur
al. When someone advised me to
try Doan's kidney Pills, I got a sup
ply at Cutler's Pharmacy and began
their use. They soon restored my
kidneys to their proper working or
der and after that, the symptoms of
my complaint disappeared."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents'for the United
Remember the nameDoan's
and take no other.
The Pioneer Want Ads
LOST AND FOUND
LOSTBrown water spaniel *pup,
finder please return to 423 Minne
sota avenue, or phone 675.
WAITED-Man 28 years old, ex
perienced solicitor, collector and
office man with best of references,
desires place with local concern.
Address Z, care Pioneer.
WANTED TO TRADEWhat have
you to trade for new standard pia
no? Call at second hand store,
Odd Fellows Bldg.
WANTEDYoung man would like
board and room in private family.
Inquire of baggageman at Union
BOUGHT AND SOLDSecond hand
furniture. Odd Fellows building,
across from postoffice, phone 129.
WANTEDTo loan $10,000 on im
proved city property. Huffman,
Harris & Reynolds.
Mrs. R. H. Patno, dress and Cloak
maker. $11 Irvin Ave.
WANTEDWork for man and team.
C. Dorr, Turtle River.
Try a Want Ad
1-2 Cent a Word-Cash
ON CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
Real Estate, Rentals
William C, Klein
-M O'Leary-Bowaer Bldg. -0
BEMIDJI DAILY PlQttEEB^f#f|| SATURDAY, DECEMBER, If, 1911.
TO CUBS A COXiB Iff OWE BATtl
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab
lets. Druggists refund money if it fails
to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature is
on each box. 25c.
We make brick and
can fill all orders/t
promptly. ^Build your
house ofbrick made by
"So be married a manicurist?"
"Yes." "Is he happy?"
"I'm afraid not. He complains that
she has quit holding his hand and
wants to confine herself exclusively to
holdng the pocketbook."^%Chicago
'"-'S^Z? At the Lowest Point.
Sometimes hit's a mighty good thing
to be de lowes" spoke in de wheel uv
fortune: you .ies' 'bleedged to come up,
no matter which way de wheel turns.
A man who dares waste an hour of
time has not learned the value of life.
Straube Pianos Sing Their OvQn Praises
Ask the man who owns one or come in and let us
demonstrate the fact to you.
JAMES A. TERRY
IN LAHR'S FURNITURE STORE BEMIDJI, MINN.
RED APPLES JUICY APPLES
We have received a car of barreled apples. They are
all from one shipper and put up in fine shape and of uni-
form pack and grade. The big demand for the Christmas
trade is just commencing and what we can offer now will
be snatched up in a hurry. Now for the surprise:
WE OFFER THIS STOCK
This should be a good buy for you as this is considerably
less than this kind of stock is selling for here. Why pay
$2.25 and $2.50 a box for apples, which means about $7.50
per barrel, and the stock no better than I am offering you
for about one-half the price.
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SIMPLE BUXTUKE TJSED^.IN
Many in Bemidji are now using
the simple buckthorn bark and gly
cerine mixture known as Adler-i-ka,
the new German Appendicitis rem
edy. A SINGLE DOSE relieves con
stipation. sour stomach or gas on the
stomach almost INSTANTLY. This
simple mixture antisepticizes the di
gestive organs and draws off the
impurities and people are surprised
how QUICKLY it helps. -E N.
French & Co.
SAFE AND PIANO MOVING
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