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'TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1912.?MfS^""""
New York Society Woman Who
Spoke at Swiss Peace Congress.
James Malone has been added to
the Pioneer force.
H. H. Coolridge of Minneapolis, is
in Bemidji for a few days.
Miss Ruby J. LaMere of Grand
Rapids, came to Bemidji last night
Go to Hakkernp for photos.Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. John Zeta, of Inter
national Falls, were in Bemidji yes
H. C. Baer went to Minneapolis
last night. He will be gone for about
Amos Warner of Boston Lake was
in the city eysterday to purchase a
fresh stock of supplies.
F. G. Troppman left for Morris,
Minnesota, Monday. He will not re
turn for a couple of weeks.
Archie Naugle of the Dunning
Naugle Mercantile company of Sol
way, is in the city visiting friends.
George P. Elliot and Rose Elliot,
of International Falls, were in Be
midji last evening between trains.
Mrs. Mark Lambert of Blackduck,
arrived in the city Monday and will
spend a few days visiting friends in
A. M. Bagley left last night on a
busines trip to Aitkin. Brainerd and
Minneapolis. He is expected back in
a few days.
Entire stock of household furni
ture to be sold Wednesday, Oct 16,
707 Bemidji Ave. See display ad for
William Wood came over from Cass
Lake yesterday afternoon to attend
the vaudeville entertainment given
in the Brinkman last night.
John Morrison, Jr., came to Be
midji yesterday from Red Lake.
Mr. Morrison says that the Indians
have raised a great onion crop.
Mrs. John Moberg will entertain
the ladies of the Swedish Lutheran
church, Thursday afternoon. Lunch
will be served from four till seven.
Rev. S. E. P. White returned from
Litchfield. Minnesota yesterday,
where he has attended the meeting
of the Synod of the state of Minne
E. M. Tschoepe, of Whitefish, was
a Bemidji visitor yesterday. He says
that efforts to hunt out the wolves
near WhiteSsh have not been suc
Isn't it orth the $3.00 a year
rental of a safe deposit box in the
Northern National Bank to know
that your valuable papers are safe?
William Bonga of Onigum, Minn
esota, who has been visiting in this
city for the past two months expects
to return to Ills borne tie latter part
of ,-the week: i~''\S'+*T?~?V^l
The Baptist Ladies* Aid will be
held in the Sunday school room of
the church, Wednesday afternoon,
October 16. All are cordially in-
vited to attend.
W. A. Gould's household furniture
will be sold Wednesday, Oct. 16th at
707 Bemidji Ave. See display ad for.
J. O. Harris, register oT'de%dsVsTeTT
for Winnipeg Monday afternoon, on
a business trip. He expects to re
turn Saturday by the way of Bau
The Ladies' Aid of the First
Scandinavian Lutheran church will
be entertained at the home of Mrs.
Kroken, 315 Bemidji avenue, Wed
nesday afternoon, October 16th.
-Sic headache is caused a dis
ordered stomach. Take Chamber
lain's Tablets and correct that and
the headaches-will disappear. For
sale by all dealers.Adv.
Andy Johnson Republican candi
date for sheriff, was in Bemidji yes
terday having come in from the
Shotley country where he and the
county surveyor have been working
Joseph Paul, who lives about three
miles northeast of Fowlds, was in
the city on business Monday. In ad
dition to a line of supplies he se
cured a complete hunting outfit at
the Palmer store.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. BarnaTd and
Dr. and Mrs. T. H. Barnard, of Du
luth, came to Bemidji yesterday af
ternoon and left early this morning
for Turtle River Lake where they
will spend some time hunting.
Mrs. L. F. Miskella, of Little Fork,
and Miss Rose Miskella, of Interna
tional Falls, passed through Bemidji
on their way to their home last
night. They had been to Grand
Forks where L. F. Miskella was buri
ed last week.
J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio,
purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for his boy who had
a cold, and- before the bottle was all
used the boy's cold was gone. Is that
not better than-to pay five dollars
doctor's bill? For sale by all deal
Mrs. M. W. Wheeler and children
left this morning for Little Falls
Minnesota, wheer they will visit Mrs.
Wheeler's parents for some time.
Mr. Wheeler is at the present time
employed at Brainerd, Minnesota,
but they expect to make their future
home at Sylvian.
Here is a woman who speaks from
personal knowledge and long exper
ience, viz: Mrs. P. H. Brogan, of Wil
son, Pa., who says: "I know from ex
perience that Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is far superior to any other.
For croup there is nothing that ex
cells it For sale by all dealers.Adv
Dr. Mae Cooper of Mobile, Ala
bama, who has been the guest of
Mrs. L. C. Dempsey for about four
weeks left Monday for Winnipeg,
Manateba. Dr. Cooper is Mrs.
Dempsey's aunt. Dr. Gordon Tait of
Chicago, who has also been a guest
att he Dempsey home for a week left
for Winnipeg yesterday.
When you have a bad cold you
want the best medicine obtainable so
as to cure it with as little delay as
possible. Here is a druggist's opin
ion: "I have sold Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for fifteen years,"
says Enos Lollar of Saratoga, Ind.,
"and consider it the best on the mar-
ket." For sale by all dealers.Adv.
Mrs. Sarah Roberts will entertain
at bridge this afternoon in honor of
Mrs. A. G. Wedge's guests, Mrs.
Blackmar, of Albert Lea, and Mrs.
Jones, of St, Paul, Mrs. Roberts'
guests will be Mesdames Blackmar
Jones, Wedge, White, Brooks, Mar
cum, Sanborn, Bowser, Arnold, Ly
can, Murray Humes of Cass Lake, and
Miss Floy Donaldson.
If you have young children you
have perhaps noticed that disorders
of the stomach are their most com
mon ailment. To correct this you
will find Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets excellent. They are
easy and pleasant to take, and mild
and gentle in effect For sale by all
Uncle Pennywlse Says:
"On the level, I never heard any
body emit an epigram in my life."
DID YOU LIKE THEM?
We mean the songs you heard at the home
talent vaudeville at the Brinkman. We
Have All ef Them in Stock and
furnished the players with their copies.
Come in and get them while they last.
We are putting on sale today copies of the song
hits from the latest Chauncey Olcott play, "Isle 0'
Dreams"all new and late.
POETRY I N PAGAN LEGEND
According to This, Woman Is Made
Up of a Compound of Many
"Our fable of the creation of worn
an is more poetical than your Chris
tian one, which forms woman out of
a man's rib," said a Hindu. "Listen,
and see if you don't agree with me.
"Twashtri, at the beginning of time,
created the universe and man, but
when he came to create woman he
found that he had exhausted his ma
terials and no solid elements re
"Twashtri mused a while. Then an
Idea came to him, and in order to
make the first woman he took moon
light and the undulations of the ser
pent, the slenderness of reeds and
the soft movement in the wind, the
tears of a raincloud, the velvet of
flower petals, the grace of a roe, the
tremor of grasses, the vanity of the
peacock, the softness of the down on
a dove's breast, the hardness of dia
monds and the sweetness of honey,
the cruelty of the tiger and the
warmth of fire, the cold of snow, the
chatter of a jay and the coo of a
doveand out of these things Twash
tri created woman."
Glass Over Paintings.
Yielding to the criticism of artists
and art experts, the authorities at
the galleries of the Louvre have re
moved the glass that covered and was
supposed to protect some famous pic
tures. A few, however, are yet in
closed in glass, and among these are
I'Antiope of Correggio, the Laura Di
anti of Titian and the Concert Cham
petre of Giorgio. It is held that for
all purposes of art, for study, for
admiration, the canvasses should be
naked, as under glass all the fine qual
ities of these great paintings are lost.
Examination of the paintings from,
which the glass has been removed
shows that a number of them, among
which is Titian's famous Man With
the Torn Glove, have been injured by
moisture that formed under the glass
others are the Antiope of Correggio,
the Country Concert of Giorgio and
the Virgin on the Rocks, of Leonardo
da Vinci. "All these deteriorations,"
says a critic, "have been wothout
doubt accelerated by moisture inclosed
Bite of a Centipede.
Jeff Fitch has had about the closest
call of his life the last few days. About
one week ago, while sleeping in his
bachelor quarters," he felt something
bite him and after applying some tur
pentine he thought no more of it
A day or two later the wound began
to swell and in a short time Fitch was
a very sick man. He was removed to
the home of Chris Powell, where for a
time it was feared he would not re
cover. A search of the room where
Fitch had been sleeping revealed a
dead centipede upon the floor back of
the bed, where it had fallen when the
half awakened man had crushed his
tormentor. Fitch is now said to be
out of danger, although far from recov
Beware of Oinxments tor Catarrh That
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering it through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles
should never be used except on prescrip
tions from reputable physicians, as the
damage they will do is ten fold to the
good you can possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney &"Co., Toledo, O., contains
no mercury, and is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. In buying
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the
genuine. It is taken internally and
made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney
& Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by Druggists. Price 75c per bot
Take Hall's Family Pills for Constipa
The Fight at the liffl?w_swf^
_ American. A dramatic "Western, gripping ana intense. Tou
will enjoy it
We have the most com- A IV! ERS I
4e line of HARNESS. COLLARS, SAD-
DLES. Etc. in the Northwest. Oldext concern
la Minneapolis. Onr coodj are enauntMd at
maimer refunded. Write for catalogue.
ADOLPH G. SCHLENER
1S NORTH FIRST ST. feUINNCAPOLfS
William C. Klein
Bonds, Real Estate
First Mortgage Loans
on City and Farm
His Double ~*^."'vX.
A Solax story of Jack Howell, who is not' welcome In the home of
his sweetheart, and Count ''Lacking Koyne" who is impersonated by
Jack. i ,*p
Illustrated Song -+^t
I haver Mad a Man to Love Ma Like You
By Harold Kimpton
The Disputed Claim
A MaJemtiO story of Robert Saunders and his 18-year-old daughter
and their adventures in the mountains of Nevada while searching for
$10.00 for Series.
Having been nominated for the
office of Representative for the sixty
first district I solicit your support at
the polls "Nov. 7, 1912.
I stand for the development of
NORTHERN MINNESOTA and if
elected, I pledge you my earnest sup
port to all measures coming before
the legislature, to that end.
A. P. RITCHIE,
Explorer Means to Win.
Dr. A. F. R. Wollaston has practical
ly completed the arrangements for his
forthcoming expedition to New
Guinea, Dr. Wollaston is taking out
with him from England a specially
constructed motor boat, which he will
employ In navigating the TJtakwa riv
er, by means of which he hopes to
reach the Snow mountains. Dr. Wol
laston's objective is the highest point
of the main ridge of the Nassau range.
The last British expedition got to
within thirty miles of it, but this seem
ingly short distance involves a climb
of 16,000 feet by what are probably
the worse precipices in the world:
Stop That Itch!
I -will guarantee you to stop that itch in tw
No remedy that I have ever sold for
Dczema, Psoriasis, and ell other diseases
of the skin has given more thorough
satisfaction than the
D. D. Prescription for Eczema
I guarantee this remedy.
Barker's Drug Store
White Jacket Flour
"The Harbinger ct Peace" (Edison) ~-?f*
A splendid dramatic photoplay showing the end of a foolish feud,
"For the Sake ef ike Papoose" (Pathe)
An Indian drama sfj- if -Z ,.v
"When the Dew Is On the Bene
#MB Own FauW (Biograph)
A pleasing comedy.
"The Speed Demon" (Biograph).
A comedy with some very interesting pictures of auto races.
COME AMD BRING THE CHILDREN
On Wednesday of this week, Oct.
16, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., I will
place on sale at my residence, 707
Bemidji Ave., my entire stock of
Househould Furniture. This will
include Bookcase, Couches, 3 Guns,
Range, Bedroom Furniture, Dining
room Furniture, Chairs, Tables, etc.
707 Bemidji Ave.
Made from the best Dakota hard wheat,
should be used by every housewife in Be-
midjil The old saying holds true when this
flour is used. It never fails to bake bread
"Like Mother Used to Make"
Some housekeepers have told lis that it was impos-
sible to bake poor bread when White Jacket Flour
is used. Now that some of our good housewives know
it, we feel it only fair to inform every other houses-
The next time you order flour insist that it's White
THE TASTE TELLS
READ THE PHHtEER WANT ADS
SOLE AGENTS Phone 206-207
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ALDEN M. EEMTEEY
TEACHER OF PIANO
1002 Bemidji Avenue
MISS SOPHIA MONSEN
TEACHER OF PIANO AND HARMONY
Studio at 921 Beltrami Avenue
Violin, Piano and Band Instruments
Leader Bemidji Band Phone SS5
GRAHAM H. T0RRASCE
das Block Tslsahe
0. H. F1SK
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office second floor O'Leary-Bowser Bids.
DR. ROWLAND GILMORB
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. SHA23XOX, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Mayo Block
Phene I* Res. 'Pbeee
0&. C. E. SA23BORJI
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Miles Block
OR. A. HEX2ERS023
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Over First National Bank, Berniajt. MIBS
Office 'Pnone SE. Resideace 'Phone Tt.
OR. 2. SMITH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office lc Winter Block
OS. E MARCUH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office In Mays Block
Phone IS Residence Phone lit
EINER W. J0HKSOH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office ever Securtly Bank
DR. D. L. STANTON
Office in Winter Block
DR. J. T. TU0MY
1st National Bank Bids. Tele. SM.
OB. 0. M. PALMER
veninx Work by Apofataaai Only
HEW PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Open daily, except Sunday, 1 to p.
ox, 7te I p. m. Sunday, readlnc reonw
only, to p. m.
DRAY AND TRANSFER
BATM Jjn FIAJTO MUWUitt
Hm*. 'Phons 68. tit
405 Beltrami Ave. BemkljvMiiB.
Duluth's Larrest and Best Betel
More than SUNUHBJD recently expended
on improvements. 90 rooms. 125 private
baths. 60 sample rooms. Bvery modem
convenience: Lurnrkms and delightful
MStanrants and buffet. Flemish Boaja,
Palm Boom,Men's Grill. Ookmial BuCet
Macniieent lobby ad public
Ballroom, banquet rooms and pxtvate
dlnlnff rooms San parlor and observa
tory. LocatedIn heart of business
tton bu* overlookinrtheharbor i
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