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THtfRSD&Y, MAY 23, 19*8.
DATES TO REMEMBER.
Thursday, May 23.Outdoor band
Thursday, May 23.Operetta Syl
via, city hall.
Friday, May 24Eighth grade
Sunday, May 26BaseballBe
midji vs. Bagley.
Wednesday, May 29Democratic
Friday, May 31.High school,
Normal and Eighth grade commence
Tuesday, June 4Legislature con
Thursday, June 6Democratic
state convention in Duluth.
Wednesday, June 12State school
land sale, Bemidji.
Monday, June 17Summer school
Monday, June 17First day of
Tuesday, June 18National con
vention at Chicago.
I. S. Florsheim of Nebish, is in Be
midji today on business.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Given this morning.
Go to Hakkerup for photos.
A. G. Wedge went to Kelliher last
night and is spending today in
Attend the anniversary sale Sat
urday and Monday at the Berman
\V. E. Frickson, H. I-I. Baker and
W. C. Cobb of Brainerd, are here to
day on business.
The Monogram Hat shop closing
out sale is attracting wide attention
among the ladies of Bemidji.
B. F. Case and M. F. Day. sir.tf
cruisers, came down from D^e:.* River
this morning on business.
You can't afford to miss the Ber
man Emporium's anniversary salj
Saturday and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Wilson of Grand
Forks, are spending a few days in the
city as the guests of friends.
Send your films for development
and printing to the Hakkerup Studio.
Finished pictures returned same day.
Mrs. H. Thursdale and children
left this morning for Aldrich, Minn.,
where they will visit relatives for
a short time.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Nisbett of Grand
Rapids, spent yesterday and this
morning in Bemidji. returning home
on teh noon train.
The Model Bread is so near like
mother's that the mothers may now
take a rest. Your grocer has ?t
oon't forget the nameMODEL.
George T. Simpson, of Minneapolis,
former attorney general, was in the
city yesterday bound for Interna
tional Falls on legal business.
Mrs. E. R. Bray of Bagley, who
has been the guest of Miss Rose Bar
rette for the past few days, returned
to her home this afternoon.
Don't forget to telephone Dr. J. A.
xvIcClure your chicken troubles. Phone
Sheriff Hazen of Beltrami county
is up for a short visit at the home of
his daughter, Mrs. John Doran.In
ternational Falls Daily Journal.
Billie Kaiser left St. Anthony hos
pital yesterday much improved. He
was not taken to St. Vincent at
Crookston as erroneously reported.
Greatest event Saturday and Mon
day. Anniversary sale at the Ber
Miss Mary Ratican of Blackduck,
arrived in the city yesterday morning
to be the guest of her sister, Mrs.
John McCormick of Mill Park, for a
A. Norris of Princeton, III ar
med in the city last evening to
optn his summer home on Riverside.
?-irs. Norris will join him here in a
Has your wife a savings account?
She is the one who can save, money
for you. An especial invitation is ex
tended to her by the Northern Na.-
Anna Rebarchick of Nymore is im
proving slowly from the effects of a
gun shot wound received Sunday af
ternoon. She is still in the. St. An
Drop in and look at Abercrombie's
line of commencement gifts. A new
shipment of books, cards and other
articles suitable for gifts has just
Charles Hayden, of Blackduck, was
in the city yesterday, coming down
on matters connected with the hear
ing before Judge Stanton on judicial
ditch number 10.
Buy your adding machine paper
rolls at the Pioneer Office and School
Supply Store. Single rolls 10 cents,
3 for 25 cents.
Miss Emma Noesen entertained
%L* about twenty girl friends, last even-
&^*'ng at her home on Irvine avenue.
(James, and. contests forme 1 the even-
lugs' entertainment at the close of
which re'freshmfmT.s were served.
Large assortment of imported Va!
laces, 2c per yard during the anni
versary sale at the Berman Empori
Miss Jennie Bennett has resumed
her duties as chief operator for the
Northwestern Telephone company,
after having enjoyed a two weeks
vacation spent at Grand Forks.
Examinations are be.'i^ held in the
schools this week. Final examina
tions in the lower grades began yes
teiday The first st ite's examina
tions will be given on Friday.
Harrison Fisher picture books
make good commencement gifts. Ab
ercrombie's have the latest edition
Mrs. Mack Kennedy and son, Ken
neth, were in the city yesterday en
route to Cass Lake where they will
visit friends for a few days. They
formerly made their home at Cass
Nels Sneen of Duluth, traveling
representative for the F. A. Patrick
company of Duluth, is confined in
a hospital at Duluth. His territory
is now being covere'd by F. W. Robe
taille of Duluth.
A number of young people of Ny
more were entertained at the home
of Miss Celia Clark on Monday even
ing. The evening was sp?nt witn
music and cards, '-500"
i Sam MWmW ataMwW -ft _"
Wednesday and Thursday
300O Foot of the Boot Photoplays
The Girl and Her Trust 8 (Biograph)
A railroad melodrama that is excellent.
The Struggle (Vitagraph)
A dramatic story of real life.
When I'm Alone I'm Lonesome
DuetMiss Hazelle Fellows and C. J. Woodmansee.
Training Fighting Cocks In Cuba (Pathe)
Easy Mark (Pathe)
One of the best sporting pictures ever made.
This comedy puts a keen edge on your appetite for the big fill of
laughs it gives you.
Watch for Friday's Program
Lunch was served at a late hour,
John Avery of Superior, Wis., has
purchased three acres of land in the
Wagner addition on Irvine avenue
which he is now having cleared. Mr.
Avery will begin building on this
land and will make his "home there.
Everything' must be sold. Fixtures,
stock and all, at the Monogram Hat
shop. Bargains galore. Sale now on.
Rev. Chas. H. Flesher, pastor of
the First Methodist church, returned
this morning from Minneapolis
where he had spent the past two
weeks attending the Methodist gen
eral conference being.held there dur
ing the month of May.
George Smith has received a num
ber of blank appplications for the in
crease of pension under the new law.
Any old soldier can receive one by
calling at his house. The "new rate
of pension under the Sherwood law
will take effect from the date of fil
The boat house in front of the M.
J. Brown residence on lake boulevard
has been torn down and the lumber
was hauled away this morning. It
has been in a dilapidated condition
for some time and its removal is an
improvement along the lake front in
The Crookston Lumber company
have a crew of men out picking up
their logs from the city shore of Lake
Bemidji. Their new boom is doubly
strong this year and it is believed
that very few logs belonging to them
will break away and be seen float
ing about the lake.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cline and chil
dren returned this morning from To
ronto, Canada, where they were
called a month ago by the illness of
Mr. Cline's mother. Mr. Cline reports
that his mother is much improved.
On their return home' they came by
way of the Great Lakes.
Oh, say! If you were to have a
tooth pulled, would you go to the
blacksmith? If you want your pic
ture taken you don't call on the drug
gist for such service. Remember we
also finish for amateurs and return
finished work the same day. Hak
kerup Studio. Send for price lists.
Yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock
at the office of the judge of probate
occurred the marriage of Miss Clara
Struck to James Henry Locke, Judge
M. A. Clark performing the cere
mony. Both are residents of the town
of Turtle Lake. The returned to Tur
tle Lake on the evening train-* where
they will make their future home on
a farm on Three Island Lake.
Did you ever before buy full size
typewriter paper, the kind that goes
with a guarantee at the rate of 500
sheets for 75 cents? We offer you
AVON BOND paper put up in boxes
at the above price. If you wish a
heavier grade paper we have the same
at $1.00 a box of 500 sheets. The
What Does This Figure
tfasit a meaning? If so,
A prize of $2.00 for the
first correct answer.
Mail answer to Pioneer
Knickerbocker Trousers, in all styletfa full
assortment of patternssturdy and strong
goodsat from J. vVt'^^^g
7' _-- 50c to $1.50:3^8/
Bemidji Pioneer Office Supply Store.
Miss Nellie Hani will give a piano
recital in the Presbyterian church
next Tuesday evening. Miss Ham is
a resident of Minneapolis, but will
be assisted by Misses Marjorie Knap
pen and Clara Fisk and Andrew Rood.
The recital is being given by the
Christian Endeavor society to help
defray the expense of" the district
convention which will be held hers
the first week In Junejfcx Tickets at
thirty-five cents were put on sale
You can buy the best carbon paper
made, every sheet guaranteed, any
weight you desire at $i0 per box
for a good grade that will answer all
ordinary purposes $2.00-for an extra
good paper and $2.75 foil the best ex
tra fancy quality light weight grade.
Positively none better made. ^Each
box contains 100 sheets of paper, size*
& 1-2x13. Phone your orders, call or
write the Bemidji Pioneer Office Supr
ply Store. Phone 31. Security State
Bank Building, Bemidji, Minn.
There is money in the treasury to
pay all warrants registered on the
Permanent Improvement Revolving
Dated May 21, 1912.
Geo. W. Rhea,
Notice for Bids.
The board of education will re
-eive bids for the erection of a two
room addition to school house No. 3,
and also plumbing and heating. The
entire building plans and specifica
tions may be seen at the office of the
secretary, Bemidji, Minn.. The board
reserves the right to reject any or all
Bids will be opened June 3, at 8
DARKENS THE HAIR
A Simple Remedy aires Color*,
Strength and Beauty to the
You don't have to have gray hair
or faded hair .if you don't want to.f
Why look old or unattractive? If
your hair is gray or faded, you can
change it easily, quickly and effec
tively by. using Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Hair Remedy. Apply a. lit
tle tonight, and in the morning you
will be agreeably surprised at the re
sults from a single application. The
gray hairs will be les3 conspicuous,
and after a few more applications
will restored to natural color.
Wyeths' Sage and Sulphur also
quickly removes dandruff, leaves the
scalp clean and healthy, and pro
motes the growth of the hair. It is
a clean wholesome dressing -which
may be used at any time with perfect
Get a fifty cent bottle from your
druggist today, and see how quickly
it will restore the youthful color and
beauty of your hair and forever end.
the nasty dandruff, hot, itchy scalp
and falling hair. All druggists sell
it nnrtoT. tion apply to the Superintendent of the
it under guarantee that the money]
i i i i i JjLUUiUJi
You must see this beautiful little
musical instrument to get an idea of
its excellent appearance.
To realize in full the extraordinary
valu this Columbia "iynlo" Horn
less Graphophone represents at $25.00,
you must see the instrument itself and
hear it's full and delightful musical tone
The cabinet is constructed of beauti
fully marked oak finely joined.
It ia equipped with the famous
double spring, noiseless, Columbia mo
*or which plays three 10 or 12 inch
records at one winding and is controlled
!by a speed regulator.
As it weighs only 20 pounds and
measures only 13 1-2 inches square
and 7 inches high, compactness wil
be ane of its many very desirable
Drop in and enjoy a pleasant half
Jhourls .music at the Sign of the Musi
STEVENS PRINT SHOP
405 Minnesota Avenue
R. F MURPHY
"BEVERLY of GRAUSTARK"
Oftl4MS3 Baltraml Av.
PROPOSALS FOR FRAME BUILDINGS.
Department of the Interior, Office of In
dian Affairs, Washington, D. C, April
.25, 1912. Sealed
oh the outside of the
velope: "Proposals for Day School Plant,
M^hite Earth Reservation, Minnesota,"
and addressed to the Commissioner of
Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C, will
be received at the Indian Office until
2 o'clock p. m., June 5, 1912, for fur
nishing: materials and labor for the
erection of a frame school building and
frame quarters at the Twin Lakes Day
School, White Earth Indian Reservation,
Minnesota, in strict accordance with the
plans, specifications and instructions to
bidders, which may be examined at this
office, the offices of the Supervisor of
Construction, Denver .Colo., the Im
provement Bulletin, Minneapolis, Minn.,
the Times, Crookston, Minn., the Pio
neer, Bemidji, Minn., the U. S. Indian
Warehouses at Chicago, 111., St. Louis,
Mo., and Omaha, Nebr., the Builders and
Traders Exchange at St. Paul, Minn.,
and at the school. For further informa-
will be refunded if you are not satis- Minnesota. C. F. Hauke, Acting Com-
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON
George Barr MeOutcheou's
Elaborate Costume*Special SceneryMetroptlitan-Cast
The Best Romantic Diama Now Before the Public
Saturday, Juno 1, City Hall
BOYS' SUITS $2.50 TO $7.50
Just now, at the beginning of the Spring season, mothers of boys are considering the suit
question, and making purchases of new clothing for school and "for best." Our Boys'
Shop is splendidly prepared to assist in this problem. For instance, let us show you the%
remarkable values we offer in our special suits at $5.00. Guaranteed all wool-strongly*'*
made-double-breasted coats-in all sizes for bovs 7 to i7 years.^^ ^1
Earth Indian School, White Earth,
Superior makes, in a large range of new
Janc^Patterns, *oth light and dggc, rang-
w* ^m^ ln
Courtship of Miles
Dramatized by pupils of theV
tff^ BEMIDJI OPERA HOUSE
Friday Evening, Ma 24,12
Cast of Characters
Miles Standish. WILLIE WARD
John Alden ALEX CAMERON
Priscilla Mullens LUCILE MORTZ
Elder.. WILLIAM KOLSTE
.Messenger EARL McIVER
Scene 1. Room in the Standish home. Miles sends John to Priscilla.
Scene II. Room in Priscilla's house. John delivers the message.
Scene III. Room in the Standish Home. John brings Priscilla's answer.
Scene IV. Miles, Elder, Indian and Soldiers in Council.
Scene V. Seashore. Departure "of Mayflower.
Scene VI. Priscilla's house. Messenger brings news of death of Miles.
Scene VII. Wedding of John and Priscilla.'
Appropriate Tableaux, Drills,
Indian Dances and Songs.
For Rent, For Sale, help wanted, wanted to
trade, to exchange, etc. These columns bring
buyer and seller together. Try them at a half
cent a word. Telephone
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