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fUI^lAY, FEBRUARY 20/1912.
Band practice Wednesday night.
O. J. Weekly has returned from a
trip to the Twin City.
Election retui'ns will be received
at the Markham hotel this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. White are to go
to St. Cloud tonight for a visit of a
Go to Hakkerup for photoi.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Lakin and Mr.
and Mrs. E. H. Denu will go to Blaf
duck this evening. They will return
home tomorrow evening.
Mrs. A. G. Wedge and daughter,
Mir-iam, have gone to Detroit, Mimw
where they will be the guest Qf
friends for a short time.
The Baptist Ladies! Aid will be en
tertained Wednesday, February 21,
at. 2 p. m.,. by Mrs. Titus and Mrs.
Hulett at the home of Mrs. Hulett.
Mr. and Mrs, J. P. Pogue returned
this noonirom the Twin Cities where
they spent the past few days on a
cobined business and pleasure trip.
Floyd Brown, who is at present lo
cated with A. B. Palmer, expects to
go on the road in a few days for the
Sharpless cream separator company.
The Ladies Aid of the First Scan
dinanvian Lutheran Church meets at
the home of Mrs. Hans Erickson, 311
Bemidji avenue, tomorrow afternoon
Miss Gertrude McLauchlin has acr
cepted a position as stenographer
with-the Sentinel office. Miss Mc
Lauchlin began her duties yesterday
Taking advantage of the present
season, several Bemidji young ladies
have clubbed together and will give
a leap year party this evening at the
Miss, Anderson of Bemidji, return
ed *fo Jier home this morning after
spending a week in the city as the
guest of relatives and friendsCrook
ston Daily Times.
The new rates will be discussed
tonight at the regular meeting of Be
midji Camp No. 5012 M. W. A. and
all members are urged to be present.
J. P. Lahr, Clerk.
Miss Gertrude McLauchlin was
hostess last evening to sixteen of
her friends. The evening was spent
in cards, "500" being played. Re
freshments were served at the close
of the evening.
Mr. W. L. Brooks left for
Minneapolis last night. Mr. Brooks
is a delegate from the Bemidji Com
mercial club to the state meeting of
commercial clubs to be held in Min
neapolis today and tomorrow.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
church will be entertained by Mrs.
E. C. McGregor and Mrs. E. F. Stev
ens at the home of Mrs. Stevens, 1024
Beltrami avenue, Wednesday after
-noon at 2:30. A luncheon will be
One secret of success is to have
some money ahead with which to
grasp' your opportunity when it
comes. What a comfortable feeling
to know that you have a little money
in a savings account at the North
ern National Bank.
The regular meeting of the Pres
byterian Ladies' Aid society which
was to have been held Thursday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. Geo.
Cochrane has been postponed until
Friday afternoon at 2:30. A large:
attendance is desired.
Miss Beatrice Gould entertained
the members of the Dramatic club
last evening at her home on Irvine
avenue. The first of the evening
was spent in rehearsing the play
"Blundering Billy" which is to be
given by that club in the middle of
March. After rehearsal, Miss Gould
served a dainty lunch.
John Morrison and Omar Gravelle
and Nathan Head took the Royal
Arch degree at the Masonic Temple
last night. Alden Bailey of Crooks
ton, inspecting officer for the north
ern district, visited Bemidji chapter
No. 70 last evening. After the con
ferring of the degrees, supper was
served by the ladies of the Eastern
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Lycan are to
leave for Minneapolis this evening
where they will spend a few days
with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lycan. Mr.
Lycan will attend the autompbile
show and will also act as a delegate
from the Bemidji Commercial club at
the meeting of delegates from com
mercial clubs of other cities.
At the regular monthly business
meeting of the Epworth League last
night the election of Miss Eva Getch
ell to the office of fourth vice-presi
dent was confirmed. The first Wed
nesday after the secohd Tuesday of
each month was set as the permanent
date for the business meeting of the
League. $7.50 was turned into the
treasury by the fourth vice-president.
Several bills were allowed and one
new member was taken in.
The masked ball given last even
ing by the members of the M. B. A.
lodge was attended by about 150
couples. Four prizes were awarded,
Mrs. Geo. Donaldson, receiving first
prize for the best dressed lady, and
Mrs. Mary Gamble receicing second
prize. Mr. Skinner received^! first
prize for best drepsed man and| Bar
ney Erickson received* second. About
midnight the dancers went to Abell's
.-daisy--where -a^turkoy- supper ,-was
served. Dancing was continued un
til, About two o'clock. Masten's or
chestra furnished tiie music.
We have on hand a. limited num*
ber of very flue wall pocket house
therometers.' They will be given
free with eveuy pxirehase of 25 cents
or more. We had just 100 of these
and they will be disposed of as above
mentioned. First come first served.
By the way, these -therometers are
guaranteed to keep correct reading
of tempei'ature and are claimed to
be as good as any $1 thermometer on
The Bemidji Pioneer
Office Supply Store,
Security State Bank Building,
Fourth street, Bemidji, Minn.
The Y. P. S. of the Swedish Luth
eran church will render'the follow
ing program on Washington's birth
day Thursday, Feb. 22. At-fche?Swe
dish Lutheran church.
Song, "Ar Det cintet for Dig,"
Prayer, Rev. Randal.
Song, "Face to Face."
Song, "If I Forget," Mr. Rood.
Address, "Washington's Birthday"
Violin Solo, "Star Spangled Ban-
ner," Louis Brown.
Song, "Jag skall Sta infor Kon
Recitation, "The Drowning Sing-
er," Elsa Edd.
Song, "Det var en Jiten Pige,"
Song, Miss Erickson.
Song, "Life is but a song," Mr.
Remarks, Rev. Randal.
Song, "Mitt Sang skall bli om Je-
Do you know that more real dan
ger lurks In a common cold than in
any other of the minor nilmetttg? The
3afe way is to take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, a thoroughly reliable
preparation, and rid yourself of. the
old as quickly as possible. This
niiony is for sale by a1!
There is no better medicine made
for colds than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedv. It acts on nature's plan, re
lieves the lungs, opens the secretions,
aids expectoration and restores the
system to a healthy condition. For
sale by all dealers.
The Man That Does Things.
"It is not the critic who counts
not the man who points out how the
strong man stumbles, or where the
doer of deeds could have dene them
better. The credit belongs the jn&n
who is actually in the arena, whose
face is marred by dust and sweat and
blood, who strives valiantly who errs
and comes short again and again be
cause there is no effort without error
and shortcoming, but who does actu
ally strive to do the deeds who
knows the great enthusiasm, the great
devotions who spends himself in a
worth cause who at the best knows
in the end the triumph of high
achievement and who at the worst,
If he fails, at least fails while daring
greatly, so that his place shall never
be with,those" cold and timid souls
Who know neither victory nor defeat"
Overtures-Selections from Opera
Illustrated Songr-l'd Give Yon All
b|: Election Returns
A telephone ha* be*n installed in
the Grand Theatre and election feturns
will be receiyexl-and.Uwowniaipii*lh
canvas betuneeAxeels, showing* stand
ing of candidates in different wards.
THIS DATE IN HISTORYi
3 1716- David Garrick, famous
English actor, born Died
Jan. '20, 1779, fj
Royali Marriage Act
passed by the British
parliament. After a most heroic de
fense, Saragossa, Spain,
s*u rendered to the
Robert.. Hart, for
many years Director Gen
eral of Chinese Imperial
Customs, born in Ireland.
Died in London Sept. 20,
train through from
the east, via the Michi
gan Southern railroad,
ship "John Rut-"
ledge,"-from fjiverpobl to
New York, collided with,
an iceberg and was lost
with 155 of her passen
Confederates under Gen.
Finnegan defeated the
Federals under Gen. Sey
mour at Clustee, Fla.
Cardinal Pecci elected
Pope as Leo XIII.
President Harrison dedi
cated the Carnegie Li
brary in Allegheny, Pa.-
of inquiry began
its investigation into the
destruction of the battle
rated as president of Pa
$ 1852:First 1856:Packet
The dance given by Evenwall last
Saturday was well attended.
S. O. Refstal was a Bemidji visitor
George Sthol spent a few hours of
Monday in Bemidji.
F. Blodgett and O. Hovde of
Crookston were pleasant callers here
Alex Cromwell entertained a few
of his friends last week Friday it
being his tenth birthday anniversary.
A lunch was served.
Henning Kirkvold, P. Bakki, K.
Seible and Wm. White were among
the many who went to Bemidji Sat
urday of last week.
Halvor Tronnes went to Bemidji
Monday morning returning that af
ternoon with his little daughter who
has been in the hospital for some
time. She appears much improved.
Mr. Helmer of Bemidji was a vis
itor in Pinwood and Aure Monday.
Hobson has again predicted war
between the United States and Jap
an. In some respects he's like a
goose-bone weather prophet.
Stops That Itch
If you are suffering from Ecezema,
I'soriasis or any other Uind of -skin
trouble, dron into o\ir store for instant
relief. We will guarantee you to stop
that itch in two seconds.
We have sold other remedies for skin
troubles, but none that we Gould recom
mend as highly as this, a mild wash of
Oil of Wintergreen Thymol and a few
other ingredients that have wrought
such -wonderful cures all over the coun
This compound is known as D.D.D.
'Prescription for Eczema and it will cool
and heal the itchy, -burning skin as
nothing else can.
A 25c trial bottle will prove it.
Of course all other druggists have
D.D.D. Prescriptiongo to them if you
can't come to usbut don't accept some
But if you come to our store, we are
so certain of what D.D.D. will do for you
that we offer you a full size bottle on
this guarantee:if you do not find that
It takes away the itch AT ONCE it
costs you not a cent.
Barker Drug Store.
DMA IDJI: i.
THE BEMIDiTt DAILY PIOKEER
"Do you honestly and truly think it'a
good, girls? Are *you positive you are
not-flattering mej?" asked Marjory of
ber literary society, known as "The
"If* splendid," answered Nan, de
*-"Just dear," added Ted.
"It's too cute /for anything," said
"I consider it a strong story, fcven
If I say so myself/' said Mrs. Morse,
Mildred's sister, while the other four
girls added evidence of their appre
ciation of Marjory's literary ability.
"I've read it and reread it so many
times myself that I can't judge, but
I am glad you girls like It. Mother
said: 'By all means send it to the pa
per, my child,' hut mother has known
me so. many years that she is in
clined to be partial to anything I do,
from Irish crochet lace to writing
"Brother Bob says that he has read
many poor stories in his day, but 'this is
the worst.' He advises me to save the
money I spend in paper, envelopes,
stamps and typewriting and send it
to some poor, worthy family. He says
Uncle Sam's mail department should
not be compelled to carry such litera
ture. But Bob is no critic. He was
cross, anyway, when I read it to him,
because the laundry failed to return
his pet white vest in time for Violet's
dinner dance. I don't care what he
says, if you girls really like it."
"I love it," said Ted. "If you don't
end that story to a magazine, Mar
jory Morton, I'll never speak to you
again. Any editor with good judgment
will eagerly grasp it."
"Well, you girls know what you
know. If you insist, it goes. All hold
your breath, and, if it is accepted, I'll
treat you girls to a fine luncheon."
Ten days later Marjory burst into
Mildred's house with: "Mildred! Mil
dred Morton Morse! Come! Oh, the
grandest thing! Gorgeous!"
'.'What Is the matter? Are you en
gaged? Who is the man?. Tell me
quickly, and stop screaming."
"My stpry has been accepted. I
just received a check for ten dollars.
I'm an authoress. Behold me, your
sister, Marjory Morton! My name in
print! Wonderful! I could just hug
that beautiful editor! I'll 'phone the
girls and tell the news."
"Don't forget the promised lunch-
eon," said Mrs. Morse.
"That's so," answered Marjory. "Why
did I make such a rash promise? 'Ah,
pity 'tis 'tis true."'
"We've made arrangements for me
to give my luncheonto meet at 12
o'clock next Saturday," said Mar
jory a short while later. "So be on
deck with your white beaver hat, black
velvet suit and' violets." The girls
World's Best 5 Cent Pencil
TO BE SOLD BY ALL RETAILERS
The famous "THE BEMIDJI" has at last arrived. What is it? It is
the best 5 cent pencil in the world, bar none. It is called "The Bemidji"
and was made for the use of Northern Minnesota people. Every.pencil
user, man, woman and child, should use "The Bemidji" lead pencil. Look
where you will, there is none better for the money. \T
This pencil will be'sold in Bemidji by every dealer who sells good pen-
cils. The Pioneer will carry in its columns the names of all dealers and you
can therefore secure it from your favorite merchant.
It will retail everywhere for 5 cents each, or 5(Jjcetlts per dozen. 'The
pencil is a very bright, highly finished golden yellow^hexagon pencil, with
red rubber tip and brass cap.
To Retailers.tbij| pencil willbe sold,^at manufacturer's price and in gross
lots or more. 4 :^&&?>
Che Bemidji Pioneer Publishing |Company,
were just wild with delight. Nan said
she was going to fast until then."
"I think I will do likewise,',' said Mrs.
Morse with a laugh/ ~f- '*$:
"Ohy* dear, now I'm a literary wom
an, I suppose I'll have to muss my
hair, and let my skirts sag in the back.
No more tube skirts and fancy bags
for me!" -u
Wholesalers and Retailers of Office and School Supplies
"Marjory, your success hag*surely
gone to your headi Be calm and
placid," said her sister...
Saturday came, as Saturdays will,
but this particular Saturday ''The rain
was raiping all around." It poured and
poured and poured.
"Since the' time of Noah there has
never been/such a deluge," walled Mar
"Can't you postpone your luncheon
until the sun rises?" questioned Mil
"Decidedly not. It's all 'ordered.
Can't possibly countermand*!^ at this
late hour. What shall I do? No one
but a duck could go on foot in this
storm," questioned the hostess.
"I'm afraid, sis, it will have to be
taxis," weakly Suggested Mildred.
"Eight girls mean two taxis. It's
dreadful! But I suppose I'll have to
submit to the inevitable," said Mar
jory, as she left the room to call up
"As Marjory bade goodby to, her
friends after the affair was* over*
"It was a perfectly lovely luncheon,
"Never had a better time," added
"You were a dear to invite us," ex
"Hope you write some more stories,"
While all the rest were adding pro
fuse thanks, Marjory was mentally fig
uring accounts. She discovered that
the luncheon bill, taxi fares, tips to
chauffeur, maids, and small corsage
bouquets, amounted tP exactly $19.25,
while at home rested a paltry, ten dol
"Serves me right," she said to Mil
dred that night. "I'm always so im
pulsive with issuing my invitations.
"But we did have a jolly lark. GueSB
I'll run upstairs and write another
story. No matinee for me this week."
She Was All Right, But
They met for the first time since
their meeting in Europe the previous
"And did you have a pleasant voy
age home?" asked the hostess.
"We didvery," was the answer.
"You were not ill, I hope?" asked
the hostess, turning to the wife.
"No-o," said- the young wife,*! was
not, but I couldn't have yawned
Vastness of the Ocean.
To stow away the contents of th
Pacific ocean it would be necessary
to fill a tank one mile long, one mile
wide, and one mile deep, every day
for 440 years. The figures of the
other oceans are in the same startling
proportions. It would take all th
sea water in the world 2,000,000 yean
to flow over Niagara.
MI88ES' AND SMALL WOMEN'S
DRESS. A \&
The dainty dress pictured is made
with body and upper part of sleeves in
one. It has three-quarter sleeves which
are trimmed with braid. This braid
trimming extends around the neck and
I down the front of the waist. The skirt
i is a four-gored model with panel effect
front and back. The closing is at the
I front. Serge, cashmere, madras or
jchambray may be used.
The pattern (5662) is cut in sizes
from 14 to 18 years and is suitable for
small women as well as misses. To
make the dress in the medium size
will require 4% yards of 36 inch ma
To procure this pattern tend 10 cents
to "Pattern Department." of this paper.
Write name and address plainly,'and be
sure to give size and number of pattern.
NO. 5662. SIZE.
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Miles Block Telephone 560
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office over Baker's Jewelry Store.
Instructor of Violin, Piano, Mando
lin and Brass Instruments. Music
furnished for balls, hotels, weddings,
banquets, and all occasions. Terms
reasonable. All music up to date.
HARRY HASTEN, PIlM Tuir
Roonf 36, Third floor, ^Brinkman Hotel
PHYSICIANS AND SURCEONS
R. ROWLAND GILMORE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
R. E. A. SHANNON, M.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Mayo Block
^hohe 396 Res. Phone 397
R. C. R. SANBORN
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
A WARD, M. D.
Over FirstNational Bank. Phone 51
liouse rfo. Phone 351
R. A. E. HENDERSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Jver First National Bank, Bemidji, Minn.
Office Phone 36. Residence Pone 72.
R. E.H.SMITH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Winter Block
E. H. MARCUM
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Mayo Block
Jhone 18 Residence Phone 21)
CINER W. JOHNSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over Security Bank.
R. D. L. STANTON
Office in Winter Block
R. J. T. TUOMY
1st National Bank Build'g. Telephone 230
R. G. M. PALMER
Evening Work by Af pemtmsmt Oaly
EDUARD F. NETZER, Ph. G.
fostofflce Corner Phone 304
Personal attention to prescriptions
DRAY AND TRANSFER
SAFE AND PIANO MOVING
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G. 6. JOHNSON
Lands Loans Stocks
Come in and look over my list of lands in
Polk and Red Lake Counties.
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