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title: 'The Bemidji daily pioneer. (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, October 07, 1912, Page 3, Image 3',
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1912.
William Burce of Kelliher, is in
Gus Melges, of Minneapolis, was in
Wm. H. Guneau came over from
Cass Lake Sunday afternoon.
Complete change at the Grand to
Mrs. F. W. Rayburn and her sonrevolver
came to Bemidji from Bena Saturday
W. R. Mackenzie came in from his
farm yesterday and spent the day
in the city.
Robert Mitchell left Sunday for
Banning, Ontario. He expects to be
gone till Xmas.
Go to Hakkerup for photos.Adv.
William Argus of Staples, and
Martin Thompson, of Akeley, were in
Joseph Mochauck and John Herzel,
both of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, spent
Sunday in Bemidji.
Miss Esther Krohn has been en
gaged to teach the East Bemidji
school this coming year.
Don't miss seeing "Redemption,"
the great three reel feature at the
Grand Theater tonight.Adv.
Miss Christa Wallace and Mrs. A.
Forbes and daughter of Solway, were
in Bemidji shopping Saturday.
Mrs A. C. Goddard of Red Lake,
spent Saturday in Bemidji. She re
turned home Saturday afternoon.
Frank Koors returned Sunday
morning from the cities where he
has spent the past few days on busi
Dressmaking done at 418 Irvine
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Torrance and
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brooks autoed
to Buena Vista and spent Sunday
Rev. August Johnson will preach
at O. A. Boodeen's residence, 114
Irvine avenue south tonight at 8
Ralph Johnson spent Sunday with
his mother on her claim. He went
out Saturday night and returned
"Redemption," the world's great
est sensation at the Grand tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marcum re
turned from Crookston today, where
they had been the guests of Mr. Mar
cum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Rev. S. E. P. White leaves tomor
row for Litchfield, Minnesota, to at
tend the annual meeting of the Sylosing
nod of the Presbyterian- church. He
will be gone about ten days.
Carl Blom. of Wilton, transacted
business in the city Saturday. He
returned from Akeley about a week
ago, where he has been in the emage
ploy of the Red River Lumber com
Mme. Darrell, manicurist, will be
at the Brinkman hotel, to give treat
ments for wrinkles, blackheads and
iblemishes of all kinds.Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Myers and Mr. Han
sford, of Clear Lake, Iowa, went to
Whitefish Junction Saturday to spend
^several days loking after the crops
on their land. Miss Mary Meyers
is expected in Bemidji tomorrow and
will join her parents at Whitefish.
Crookston Daily Times: Mrs. Rudy
Burkhardt and Misses Vella Burk
hardt and Emma Panaude, and Earl
Burkhardt moved in from Maple
Lake last eevning, where they have
spent a most enjoyable summer, Mrs.
Burkhardt having run the popular
summer resort, the Lakeside hotel
the last two years.
John Moherg shipped two cars of
horses, and one of supplies and equip
ments to Ambrose, North Dakota,
this morning. and fourteen or
fifteen men left this afternoon on
the So for the same place, where
they will immediately begin work
on the railroad contract job Mr. Mo
berg has secured at that place.
"Redemption," showing 500 peo
ple, fifty great scenes, three grand
reels, at the Grand tonight.Adv.
A very quiet wedding occurred
Saturday night, when Daniel Back
hand, foreman of the CrookBton mill,
was united in marriage to Miss Angie
Wright of Wausau, Wisconsin. The
ceremony was performed at Mr.
Backlund's home at 1115 Bemidji
avenue, in the presence of immedi
ate friends, Rev. S. E. P. White offi
The Moorhead Independent: Mfs.
M. Sundby of Georgetown, who was
accidentally shot in the neck by her
twelve year old son a week ago, died
at Northwestern hospital Thursday
morning after severe suffering. Last
Saturday lockjaw set in and her con
dition had been getting more seriouB
ever since. The funeral will be held
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the
North Buffalo church, when Rev.
Kile will conduct the last rites.
Friends of the bereaved family ex
tend their deepest sympathy.
Why not make your children a
birthday present of a bank book from
the Northern National B\nk? It will
encourage them to be thrifty and
teach a valuable lesson in economy.
Miss Dora Rodrigues, nineteen
years old, of Amsterdam, Holland, is
making a tour of the world afoot.
She reached Washington, D. Sep
tember 20. Miss Rodrigues wears
two medals. One for her ability at
games and the other for skating.
From Washington she started for
Cuba, and then will go home to Hol
land. She is the daughter of a dia
merchant of Holland. She wears a
big thirty-eight calliber automatic
swung at her side in true
western style. She is slightly over
five feet tall but every line of her
lithe body displays great strength.
List of advertised letters
claimed for the week ending
ber 7th, 1912:
MenOlaf Bikeland (2) Wadie
Carpenter, Ruben Clark, C. E. Clem
mons, C. B. Elliott, W. S. Howard,
Jr., Ole Hanson, Edward Lavoy,
Olav Larvick, J. Mork, N. W. Mor
row, Wm. Miller, Dr. McQuord,
Owen Nilson, Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
Owen, Fred Putman, Ole Rice, Ed
ward J. Renning, G. Russell, Fred
Spellerberg, Mike Wiatrosky, F. E.
WomenMrs. Mid. Chartier, Mrs.
Lizzie Curo, Miss Edna Holden, Mrs.
Ed. Kerr, Mrs. Mary Lyttle, Mrs. Lil
lian Lynn, Miss Johanna Linstrom,
Miss Lina Pederson,- Miss Uar
Rasmussen, Mrs. James Steathdee,
Miss K. Tompson, Mrs. R. P. Wagner,
Mrs. Mary Wilcox, Miss Grace White.
SPECIAL SALE OF GUNS.
Miller's Repair Shop.
Winchester Automatic, former
price $35.00, now $29.00
Winchester Pump, former
price $22.50, now 20.00
Remington Automatic, former
price $30.00, now 26.00
Remington Pump( former
price $24.00, now 21.00
Marlin Pump, former price
$24.00, now 20.00
Double barrel Hammerless,
former price $20.00, now.. .15.00
All new stock. All 12 guage.
THE FIRST GRAY
HAIR SIGN OF AGE
Easy Way to Preserve Natural Color
of the Hair and Make
A harmless remedy, made from
common garden sage, quickly re
stores gray hair to natural color. The
care of the hair, to prevent it from
its color and lustre, is just as
important as to care for teeth to keep
them from discoloring. Why spend
money for cosmetics and creams to
improve the complexion and yet neg
lect your hair, when gray hair is even
more conspicuous and suggestive of
than wrinkles or a poor complex
ion? Of the two it is easier to pre
serve the natural color and beauty
of the hair than it is to have a good
All that is necessary is the occas
ional use of Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur Hair Remedy, a preparation of
common garden sage and sulphur,
combined with other valuable reme
dies for dry, harsh, faded hair, dan
druff, itching scalp and falling hair.
After a few applications of this sim
ple, harmless remedy, your hair will
gradually be restored to its natural
color, in a short time the dandruff
will be removed, and your hair will
no longer come out but will start to
grow as nature intended it should.
Don't neglect your hair, for it goes
further than anything else to make
or mar your good looks. You can
buy this remedy at any drug store
for fifty cents a bottle, and your
druggist will give your money back if
you are not satisfied after using. Pur
chase a bottle today. You wUl never
regret It when you realize the differ
ence it will make In your appearance.
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Women Pearl Divers..
Many pearl divers in Japan are
women. Along the coasts of the bays
of Ago and Kokasho the small school
girls are taught to dive for pearls.
Most of tbem are swimmers from
early childhood, but instruction *ij
the art of pearl diving is necessary
nevertheless. The women divers
wear a special dress when engaged
In their work, and twist their hair in
to a hard knot. Glasses are worn to
protect their eyes. When the women
Jump into the water they have around
their waists small tubs, into which
they drop the oysters they gather a1
the bottom of the sea. When the tubs
are filled men stationed in rowboats
hoist them to the surface. The wom
en can dive to a depth of from five tc
thirty fathoms and can hold theii
breath for three minutes at a time
Those women between twenty-five and
thirty-five years old are considered to
be In their prime as pearl divers.
Peking's Public Library.
There is one public library in Pe
king. It is the library of the Kuo Tze
Chien, or "School for the Sons of the
Empire," an ancient university that ex
isted a thousand years before the
Christian era. This library is of stone.
On 182 tablets of stone composing it
are carved all of the "Thirteen Class-
ics," the silmmary and essence of all
Chinese culture. This stone library
itself is not of the age of the School
of the Sons of the Empire, but prob
ably dates from some time in the Mo
gul or early in the Ming dynasty,
\bout 500 years ago.The Argonaut
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Evidently eminent surgeons dls
agree as to the value of surgery. Thus
Dr. J. B. Bissell of New York thinks
that to "remove organs or limbs" is
a "confession of weakness," while Dr.
John B. Murphy of Chicago thinks
that surgery will "tend more and more
to the prevention of disease instead
of being the last resort in desperate
cases." The fact is that operations
which surgeons regard lightly are fre
quently unnecessary. Are all opera
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tainly the notion that any human be
ing Is improved by surgical depriva
tion of certain organs seems on the
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"Cuddle Up and Cling to Me"
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"Picturesque Darjeellng, India" (Edison)
A very amusing comedy.
Scenes of lofty, snow-covered mountains and pictures of the people.
"Mme. DeMode" (Edison)
"ROBIN HOOD." A Three Reels Masterpiece
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