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but I want-io saty, xigbt Jiere tliat at^.
no public dance'nave I'seen couples
dancing such dances as I have seen
at your society dances."
There was some discussion as toconsin
an ordinance regulating, pictures to
be shown at the theaters but thea
dance halL""ordinance was the only
one Mr. Russell was -instructed to
_,. Sphere are a ^number of political
:baolwagons on^thVuicrvtel wlth^wh&fc
is intended to be soul-inspiring mus
ic coming from each. Yet, there ar
a good'many people in this vicinite
who insist y&i6ijmi^m^l^mP^S^^0
not beenlaye yet.
are nearly all through
Hay was not a ve^y
"bountiful crop this year.
Mrs. Ben Saxild and children, are
yisiting with Mrs. Q., MjllfiJC, and
are picking blueber%es^ Jlfl-H $h
Peter Olson was tj^pisae^n^ btjisif
ness in Kelliher on 1||ursdiy|p
I Bernard Espe of Sf|otle3| n&tf&ifC
trip up the river witS* Chris. ledgers
launch on Friday.
P. Sarff made a trip to Domaas, on
Mrs, Peter Back spent Monday and
Tuesday -with b&%M0$T$rM$t's, 0* I
The Tamarack^lSiin^ysJs^hoQt is
making arrangements to give a pic
nic on Saturday, August 31, in P.
Sarff's grove. The public is cordially
The lEdies' Aid socjet^fv^li' nle0
with Mv%. Herb
IL Sines left for Bemidji on
Mrs. .$ Miiier^ who was called
home 6n Recount of her father's, death
^the latteii part of July, returned to
Pinewoo4 Wednesday of last week.
Her mother, Mrs. Gerard, accompan
ied her. V:
"'''-'An aujto party consisting of Mrs.bearing
Gilmpre,SMartha and Katherine and
Miss'Ella^Parker of Bemidji, and Mrs.
A. I^ise^: and son, Albert, of Bagley,
spent Wednesday the guests of
LettiepDruihness is spending a few
a4| Mrs. Fullertoh of Be-
midji, spent Sunday with the form
er'sfnibtnler, Mrs, Steve NelsonfC Vo-..-
Miss fforvae Bavaard,: of Spokane,
here Saturday. Sh
.will spenf| some time with her grand-.
moth er, |^rs. S.- Nelson.
Mr. an Mrs. E. Ohman and
children ^ho have been visiting with
the Ifbrm^r's parents, left Friday for
PauLtThey will visit there'a few
days before going to their home in
e^iTftJK QK&<% *^Georgi| Gubernatorial Cb^si^'
^v3iSjA w_. i
|?MJA8ffi3 W .oppositlo
Miss Myrtle Hebeisen,' who has
'-visaing her aunt, Mrs: Sthol,
the past ffive weeks, left for Duluth
Saturday&vhere she will visit before
...going. .Jtofper home in Carver, Minn.
MONTAf A PIONEERS REUNION.
,,Deep Lpdge, Mont., Aug. 20^-^-This
being th|| fiftieth anniversary of
discoveryM)f gold in Montana, the an
nual meeting of the Montana Pio
neers, wl^ch opened here today for a
7sesicoi, i three days, partakes of a
double importance, as the commemo
ration pf|n interesting event in theIng
history o||the state and as a friendly
reunion $$ the^surviving pioneers
who.'ia ti|e early days of the present
fu |ure and prosper
'Jty. JDeegLodge played a rather im
poftant p|r in "the early: history of
stat^ahd many of the
||ti sbme^ "^me: residedL liere
cMzens .raive arranged an-elabbratje
pro^.gQgj g, the entertainmfent of the
TSAivfebrg.. r.r'.?-:. vi-', ^",^^-,4
Atlant^e Ga., Aug: %^The iDein-
.v._-"=-="---"^3: &~ govern: and other state officers^
^0p^$^S^M^^^^ kM- ^Mbers j&t the judiciaryi'-ahd'-iepre-:
^^^^entaMye^in congress in, ^Hmftribsifl
nomination in all cases is eon
sidereid equivalentlt^. election,"f-Jn^
Macon and Hooper Alex
sent state officer)
majority of the present congressmen,
likewise^ will be renominated. A
preference vote js-$o b^e^taken^fqr the
choice of a United States senator, but
as Senator Bacon is assured of re
election the voting will be of a purely
WISCONSIN POSTMASTERS MEET.,
Madison, Wis., Aug. 20.The Wis?
League of Postmasters began
its annual convention here today with
large attendance of niembers^Post
master William A. Devine of Madison
delivered an address of welcome and
President W. H. Froelich of Jackson*
responded for the visiting postmast
Hew, Yofk Volunteer FiremenV',1
Newburg, N. Y., Aug. 20.^-DeleT,
gations of firemen and visitors from
all directions poured into Newburg
tfcday for the opening of ^the four?
teenth annual convention of the -New'
York State Firemen's association.
The gathering will last four days and
will include a parade and numerous
usual business sessions. The city is
h'an^sc^ely d^coraM-in honor of the
DIVORCE IS EASY.
difficult to g& jnari*ied iit Swit|je||^njf
thfn i| #get divorced nM ^ro|l
it|iij| ^yi%hj^- fact that|it ^nl|
?abont |eh|dsilat| t&i sec|tre^a ^is^li^
tion of the marriage tie,'-"Swiss Ww
pies have placed their pountry an
easy.first in thiB.divorce statistics of
Last y^ar ^he-pr^p^riiQn of djyoj|
es in l^jl^ei^an^^as 4^1per MhM'60
of the}popuiation| #rance come^ }efc
bnd Wiili 33 per^lOO.OOb, Dltiniark
third with 27, Germany fourth with
21, and other countries in the fol
lowing order: Great Britain 17^ Nor
way 15, Holland and Belgium 14
each, Sweden 10 Austria 3 -and Fin
-:m\ fS/MAT TAX^CAT& /..HiO Clk
Basel, Switzerland, August 20.
Switzerland is to have a |a^ ^pn "ciatsV
and a big movement is on foot-to-se
cure the early passage of the-?J aw
prbyidiftg for its introduction, f^h
household will have to
cats at the local postpffieey and ey:eicy
feline will be decbrate4 Vifhi a badge
its ^u'ni.b\e^^'^lre^ lawV'^Qr'
bids owners to let tfcfeir eatsvbut'
night in case .th^distu^b^p^pp^e^j
Budapest ^ugiitet M.f^^ann
logh, of Kbssuthfaiya,^Tfun
young loveslcfc p^aMn^ fia^j^||^^n|
trying a viirftrtibn bf: ^eyt^S|fe?te
Hector^ sturtt-ai^Trbyir |[fe^a^pnep!^
a pair} of horses to. a car^inid^ti^
his ankles 0 the tafirtjbB^%^(^^
Whipped thefibrses into^Iurieruis gfil^
lop. Balogh's h^aff^wa^^batterjd^^o:
Little Incident That Caused English
Traveler^to^FieVise Kis Pplnlipn^S
The Germjia- iifts^no^S^^^is^l
taught the o^terj^ui^si^^utj^^^
been b^orn with a klndneM of^
era which maki his formalitiee of r^ial
a fund of "small ichange ahdvalue
^ess attentions is the Bame man who
will go miles out of hia way to do you
a favor tomorrow.'*
Only? a few weeks ago I was travel
inth same train with a young
lieutenant, whose smooth aid graceful
manners had more ithan Xhc $ro|i|s|d.
suspicion in my Wrigllshsiwil.
He was got up in his newest and
finest uniform he had on Bpotless
white kid gloves, an eyeglass thrust
in his eye he looked, in fact, the vei
lest dandy, who-would not soil himself
to save a life.liytt:!s: :if!)rrL'oi'g'i9m
i The train was very full, and pres
ently an old peasant fellow came in
With his basket of vegetables^ and
looked about helplessly, treading1
everybody's toes In" the meantime: '&t
looked on my military''~neTglibof~anS~
+waite for the^ stotTcn, The
arose,: saluted gravely, offered th
weary Jold peasant^ his seat, and wht
and stood Outsidelf
If there is anything in thought tele
graphy, that young officer must have
heard pne apologizing, ttf hKn/'an ^fie
rest of our Journey togeth(8r^*-"M|
Z^ZZ WmZia WomanjKhow*:
Men think that women always talk
bOUt THAU wllon ,+i^w_^*...1-.*^-v^t.
that that were_tri
'tb #oD|etiktor tna'
Baz W Would
is^ttfb only sobje^r
Enda""^\1aJor League's''' donnectiona
Wjh One of Baseball's Great-
i." est Families,
The. recent release of Jamesr Dela*
banty-from Detroit ended the major
league connections of brie "of baseh
balls'* greatest families. For 18 years
|th Pelahantys have bejpl|
Jn the game, Ed was the greatest of
the family, and his name will remain
engraved on the scroll of the pastime
whllb^the game survives. Edward,
Thomas, Joseph and Frank, however,
all played big league ball,
I Praise Each Other*
Bill JBergen, former Brooklyn catch
er,,exiled to the International league,
eaj's that George Bell, his fellow-exile,
is abetter pitcher^than anything Bill
j)ahlen has on his
side of Rucker'aind tnat^^will^snow
It wh|n 6e gists back: in the mgleague.
JBeH. re1^irns^^e:cbmpliment anQ*!*i^|L^
tBrowlhiarm to Tv'fts^iogtd*
league. ping his Brownies into winning formv
Walter Johnson of the Washington
field the Boston Red Sox have a |1,
li^f ^uch^betler than ariylp
I Freddie) Parei^/#dv^|p
good ball in the InternAl
W^# ol^t.IIi iiJT act
BI11,, Armour, the former Detroit-To
ledo manage^ is scouting for the St'
Louis Cardinals. ^^LU^I
tlfit tt Senators,will TO
JWk,jmgO^ buntingi iiauili"xUuliiis^o
Mike Simon, who was slated forth
discards last fall has proved1
man for^he^lrtfrest^^ ***uo
*ert Bti Paulj Is hitting hard and*'
ptealing numerous-basest,- IY cii'a
the Boston Braves neit season/'
named DeaL Jokes are nbWUh1
Peal,kindly ^ithi^e-. b.oy^Bhowever^j
Oyer in Philadelphia, the ,fans are
till hopIng thai ihe^. i^l^cs^.M*
jBome thrbugli and win'ih^ flag agah'
a merry little^struggle between
"WncettLCampbell, the Bo^on oufc
ount^^ranl^lTO 1 I
ar# oatch of a fly balL
Mmzgtm wmmm'^mmis^^mmmmmmmmsssmmmmmmwm^ m&% TCharming View,
Citimaii (to house agent)"I
thought you said there was a' charm
ing view from' the front windows?
Why, there are only houses to be
seen," House Agent"So there is a
?ihrmin view, sir. In the house op.
b$&iW S^ves the most beautiful widow
ha ever clapped eyes on, and she's
"'Jat the window.".
BEFORE THE SAXBOAD AXO WAKE
.HOUSE OOMMISSIOW OF THE
1 STATE OF MINNESOTA.
,iij i 1
In th,e Matter of the Application
of the Minneapolis, Red Lajca &
Manitoba Railway Company, for
permission tp abandon its spur
tra6fc and station located thereon,
known 1 as the Nebish Spur.
Application having- been made by the
Minneapolis, Red Lake & Manitoba Rail
way jcpnaparty, for permission to aban
don^ ira ^pur track extending from a
poillt ibns.the main line thereof, on th
northwest one quarter (nw%) of, the
southwest one quarter (sw'4), of sec
-tibn ^twenty-seven (27), to a point on
lot one*(l), in section thirty-four (34),
township one hundred and fifty (150),
range.thirty-three 83) called the Neb
isif "Spurr*and the station located upon
WJstea|^sjB^ on said lot one (1),
It is o^ered, that a hearing on said
gH|||||tiqS be held, at the office of the
If^&oad M\ Warehbiis'd Cbmmission, in
th^Iew ^ate Capitol Building, St. Paul,
Miesot^ on ,Wednesday,, the 28th day
oflliugusfl&.'!>. 1912,"at ten o'clock in
the forenoon of that day, at which time
and placeman interested parties may ap
pear !&Hd Ve heard, and that 'said notice
Qjs^a|| hearing be given by the pub
o^jthis order for three cohsecu-
l^s^Sn the Bemidji Daily Pioneer,
a newspaper printed and published at
Bemidji, 1^ Beltrami county, Minnesota.
^gga$^| Bjg the Commission,
|f A. C. CLAUSEN,
Dfcied a^Si Paul, Minn, August 16th,
A. V. 1918^.
Kfi^^bflt^^^B^8^bi||fea^gK)pi his Indian^r KnieW has,be^i2 laid UP,
LIVESTOCK DAIPYBCHIBIT S
3 0ML!HiNC TO SUI
THE- TASTE of EVE ONE
MIDWAY E W N
IN N LAPOI.1S ST \Al\ I
N. I. IBERTS0N
405 Beltrami Ave.- Bemidji, Minn.
9 I 2
WANTEDGood sober man and wife
to take care of my summer home.
Inquire of John Moberg,
WANTEDCompetent girl for gen-
*t era! housework, 1121 Bemidji. Mrs.
T. J, Welsh.
WANTEDGirl to assist in kitchen.
St. Anthony's hospital.
WANTEDDishwasher and waitress
at .Lakeshore hotel.
FOR SALETypewriter ribbons^for
every make of typewriter on the
market at 50 cents and 75 cents
each'?-} Every ribbon sold for 75
cents guaranteed. Phone orders
I promptly filled. Mail orders given
the same careful attention as when
JouT appear in person. Phone 31.
The Bemidji Pioneer Office Supply
FOR SALEThe Bemidji lead pen
cil (the best nickel, pencil in the
world, at Netzer's, Barker's, O. C.
Rood's, McCuaig's, Omich's, Roe &
Markusen's and the Pioneer Office
Supply Store at 5 cents each and
50 cents a dozen.
FOR SALEioi acres of "hardwood
5 timber land in section 31, township
148/ north range 3S4, town of Lib
erty, Beltrami coutfty. Price for
whole tract $1,500. Apply' at Pio
FOR SALESmall fonts of type,
several 'ViinN&ent '"'points and
first ciass condition. "Call or write
this, office fbir proofs. Address Be
midji. -Pioneer,"Bemidji, Biinni1
FOR SALE-^H'OO Dictionary for 6
coupons and 98c. Coupons must
*JiP clipne^ on consecutive days?
I 4frpmlMHy Pioneer. Apply at
HOR SALE!Rubber,, stamps. Th
Pioneer wilE procure any kind of
rubber stamp for you on short no-
1TOR SALEMission-buffet: 'Call^at*i
917 MinnesotaWe i *ina
i amm U*t,t
-Spanners OUI55 tools
The Pioneer Went Ads
OASH WITH OOPY
oont pat* word per twmum
1 cent''"'r pe word, per insertion.
OW THOSE WANT AD S
DO THE BUSINESS
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.
J Cent a Word Is All It Costs
FOR 'BiENT-^Lb^ge' rojp of' tWxJSft
'"F^llbivs tfalt.'^Open hights! secpnd
1 n5aVi-rfi'f-.^fWiVvtiH Monday's., 'Annia
F^R RE^Trr--NJne. rooms oyer. vMar:
'*l jesticy^Fheatre^fi Inquire /.of- aA.
fi^erydiife l&s'nidesireoi a to*un, dwii'tiiJs,vn&y-n a
d-His Ji inn ..V-NII
the people*tf mo1del!^ySaTitfi5
i)\ KtThes lots ^arevhice"aWMverf
ea^ through the?
through ihe center
and the whole bolted together over a
wopden frame. (.^hf work of building
or dismantling a house so constructea
stated to be simple in the extrem*
t.' 1 1 -ia*i"*.'
One of the^ strange^ things this
World is how willing a girl who can't
swim is to embark on the sea of
matrimony without a Jifeboat.Oal
No ad taken for less than
LOST AND FOUND
LOSTA dog, white English setter,
with yellow spots, leather collar
with G. P. N.. Answers to name of
"Peggy." If found return to J. P.
Pogue & Son.
LOSTBoy Scouts coat out of auto
mobile Sunday on road to Wolf
Lake south of Bemidji. Finder
please notify this office and re
ADVERTISERSThe great state of
North Dakota offers unlimited op
portunities for business to classi
WANTED,.i TQ BUYGrowers and
shippers of potatoes will do well
to correspond with us. D. E. Ry
an Co., Minneapolis Minnh
BOUGHT AND SOLPrSecqnd hand
i, furniture. Odd Fellows building,
across from, postoffice, phone 129.
i-:tidU :-wBUBOPtJAN PLAN:
Duluth sLsigsstsnd Best Hotel
^l3tilJThpf i) 'RNNE80TA
Metre than SnW.000.6o~ recently expended
on Improvements: 250 rooms, 135 private
,'baths.fiO,sample rooms. Every modern
convenience: Luxurious and delightful
restanrants and buffet. Flemish Boom.
TaUn Boom. Men's Griil. Oolonlal Buffet
'Mairnfflcent lobby ai public rooms
Ballroom, banquet rooms and private
dining rooms Sun parlor and observa-
tory.' Located In heart of business sec
tion but overlooking the ha*bo and Lake
^pertor^ Oenvenlenjt to everything-.
Oni if lit Snii Hiiils if At iirlbwisl
..:,-t wLots at $25 to $60 o*cm Vafments 50 oonts
1 i iper, .week. &Buring^uhe?aridiJufy45bfJf
ld/^m i*M -OlfM.
the east side of
^ei will gave^vou vtte
AUGUST 20, 1912.
LODGEDOM IN BEMIDJI.
advertising medium is the Fargo
Daily and Sunday Courier-News,
the only seven-day paper in the
state and the paper which carries
the largest amount of classified
advertising. The Courier-News
covers North Dakota like a blank
et reaching all parts of the state
the day of publication it is the
paper to use in order to get re
sults rates one cent per word first
insertion, on-half cent per word
succeeding insertions fifty cents
per line per month. Address the
Courier-News, Fargo, N. D.
WANTED-100 merchants in North
ern Minnesota to sell "The Bemid
ji lead pencil. Will carry name
of every merchant in advertising
columns, of Pioneer in order that
all receive advantage of advertis
ing. For wholesale prices write
or phone the Bemidji Pioneer Of
fice Supply Co. Phone 31. Be
midji, Minn.., ._
A. o. v. vr.
Bemidji Lodge Nd^
277. Regular meeting
nightsfirst and third
Monday, at 8 o'clock,
at Odd Fellows hall,
402 Beltrami Ave.
B. F. O. E.
Bemidji Lodge. No. 1052.
Regular meeting nights^
first and third Thursdays,
8 o'clockat Masonic hall,
Beltrami Ave., and Fifth
ft O. X".
every second and fourth
Sunday evening, at 8
o'clock in basement of
BKCHKS2 OF HOWOB
Meeting nights every,
second and fourth Monday
evenings, at Odd Felloss
F. O. E.
Regular meeting nights
every 1st and 2nd Wednes
day evening? at 8 o'clock.
O. A. tt.
and third Saturday after
noons", at 2:20at Odd Fel
lows Halls. 402 Beltrami
X. O. O. F.
Bemidji Lodge No. 110
Regular meeting nights
every Friday, 8 o'clock
at Odd Pillows Hall,
I. O. O. F. Camp No. ii
Regular meeting every second
and fourth Wednesdays at 8
o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall.
Rebecca Lodge. Regular
meeting nights first aufl
third Wednesday at 8o'clo&k.
I. O. O. F. Hall.
XH1GHTS OF PYTHIAS
Bemidji Lodge No. 168."
Regular meeting nights-^ez
ery Tuesday evening at
o'clockat the Eagles' Hall,,"
X.AHTE3 OF THE MAC--
Regular meeting night'
last Wednesday evening:
in each month.
A. F. & A. M., Bemidji,
233. Regular meeting
nights first and thirdi
Wednesdays. 8 o'clockat
Masonic Hall, Beltrami
Ave., and Fifth St.
Bemidji Chapter No. 70,.
R- A. M. Stated convocation*
first and third Mondays, 8
o'clock p. m.at Masonic
Hall Zeltrami Ave., and Fifth
Elkanah Comrnandery No. 3*
K. T. Stated conclavesecond
and fourth Fridays, 8 o'clock.
P- m.at Masonic Temple, -Bel
trami Ave., and Fifth St.
O. E. S. Chapter No. 171.
Regular meeting nights
first and third Fridays,
o'clock at Masonic ilaM,
Beltrami Ave., and Fifth
M. B. A.
Roosevelt, No. 1523.
Regular meeting nights
Thursday everdngs at 8
o'clock in Odd Fellows
M. W. A.
Bemidji Camp No. 5012.
Regular meeting nights
first and third Tuesdays i
8 o'clock at Odd Fellows
Hall, 402 Beltrami Ave.
Regular meeting nights on
the first and third Thursdays
In the I. O. O. F. Hall at 8
SONS OF HER.MAS.
Meetings held third
Sunday afternoon of each
.month at Troppman's
Meetings the first Friday
evening of the month, sti
the home of Mrs. H. F.
Schmidt, 306 Third street.
Who Sells It?
Here they are all ia a wvr. They
sell it because iOsthe best nickel
pencil on the market tcday and
will be for nyjany days to come.
Tlia Bemidji Pencil
stands alone in the fiy*-e
world. It is sold on you^f
jback basis. A store
street and in surroundj^
Here They Are
ug and Jew-
Wm'fifcT *""s Pharmacy
"^S Omloh'a Igar
Tho Fair Store
^Retaflers wiU receive immediate
ahipmeilts in gross (more or less) l,y
cafling^Phohe 31. or addressing the
BemidjilWbrieer Supply 8U)re. Ben idji