OCR Interpretation


The Bemidji daily pioneer. (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, November 06, 1912, Image 3

Image and text provided by Minnesota Historical Society; Saint Paul, MN

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86063381/1912-11-06/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 3

MARLBOROUGH DUCHESS.
Equipped Home In London For
Female Gierke and Typewriters.
Dr. A. E. Henderson returned
from the cities last evening, where
he has been on business since Satur
day.
Chester McKusick will return
from the cities tomorrow morning,
where he has been on business for
some time.
Your last chance to see the
Alber's polar bears tonight.Adv.
Mrs. D. E. Young of St. Paul, who
has been visiting her mother, Mrs. E.
L. Wightman, returned to her home
this morning.
Harry Hodgdon and sister Elsie
returned the first part of the week,
after spending Saturday and Sunday
with their parents at the camp.
A beautiful silver Berry spoon giv
en free to Pioneer subscribers. Guar
anteed AA Rogers silver. Read the
display advertisement.
Miss Mary Furber of Detroit,
Minn., who has been the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wedge for a week
left this morning for her home.
The chicken pie supper given by
the Baptist Ladies' aid was a suc
cess. Supper was served from 6 to
8 o'clock, and was largely attended.
tended.
Your last chance to see the
Alber's polar bears tonight.Adv.
The Swedish Lutheran Ladies' aid
will be entertained at the home of
Mrs. John L. Brown, 609 Mississippi
avenue, Thursday afternoon at 2:30.
A cordial invitation is extended to
all.
W. M. Sarff of Eagle Bend, who
has been the guest at the M. E. Ibert
son home for a few days, left Satur
day for his home. Mr. Sarff is re
lated to Mr. Ibertson through mar
riage, being Mrs. Sarff's cousin.
Ask to be shown the special prem
iums offered to Pioneer readers. They
will be brought right to your door or
may be seen at this office.
The second party of the Bemidji
Dancing club will be held in the
Armory Friday evening. A four
piece orchestra has been engaged and
Mr. Remfrey has promised all new
music. A good attendance is ex
pected.
The Bible class of the Presbyterian
church gave a duck supper for Mrs.
G. W. Donald Monday night, at the
J. F. Essler home. Mrs. Donald will
leave for Minneapolis the latter part
of" the week, where she will spend
the winter.
Go to Hakkerup for photos*Adv.
0. Ai Lameroux and son Dwight,
ok Washburn, Wisconsin who have
been guests at the Kenfield home for
some time, left Sunday for their
home. M. S. Lameroux of Chicago,
Who has also been a guest at the
Kenfield home left Friday.
Election returns were received
last evening as early as 6:30 at the
Pioneer office. They were telephoned
to the Markham hotel and the Com
mercial club rooms where a large
number of citizens were gathered.
Some of the saloons about the city
also flashed bulletins of results.
Secure a set of six Rogers AA tea
spoons free with the Pioneer. Ask
how. Come packed in neat lined
boxes.
Hundreds of copies of the Pioneer
election extra were read at the
homes about the city telling of the
election (results this morning. *K
was known before midnight how the
country was going for the presidency
and* the special edition contained
news up to 6:30 a. in. Many con
gratulations were received. at this
office as a result of this effort.
The F. O. E. lodge will meet at the
Elk's hall tonight at 8 o'clock. C. S.
Daileyy Sec.Adv.
James Flaws and family and Louis
St. John and family, of Eddy, South
Dakota, arrived in the city on Mon
day night and are ready to move onto
their land southwest of Bemidji,
where they.,will "'make, their perman
ent homes.: They will start putting
up their buildings on the land as
soon as Ifchey get out there. These
are the first to arrive of a farge num
ber of' South Dakotans who have
bought land around Bemidji.,
The fact that the Northern Na
tional Bank is owned and controlled
by well known local business men is
one of many reasons you should have
an account there.Adv.
The following relatives were pres
ent at the Klein funeral yesterday:
Mrs. J. Hoglund of Alexandria,
Minn., Mrs. Klein's sister Mrs. Jim
Peterson of Parker's Prairie, Mrs.
Klein's sister-in-law, from Parker's
Prairie. Her father and mother of
Parker's Paririe, were both unable
to come. Mr. Klein's mother, Mrs.
Klein of Laurium, Michigan, and
Mrs. Solberg his sister of the same
place, and Mr.' Klein's brother-in
law, Mr. O'Brien.
Have you investigated the special
premiums offered in this issue to
Pioneer subscribers? Look for the
display "ad" announcing the prem
iums.
The handkerchief shower given at
the library Saturday afternoon by
the Woman's Study club was a suc
cess. They had a good attendance
and many handkerchiefs were given
away. A musical program was given
consisting of piano solos by Miss
Ruth Wightman, quartette Misses
Knappen, Murray, Erickson and Mrs.
Dyer, piano duet by Misses Vera and
Helen Backus, voilin solos by Mrs.
C. R. Sanborn and recitation by Miss
Vera Backus. Refreshments consist
ing of ice cream and cake was served
during the afternoon.
Your last chance to see the
Alber's polar bears tonight.Adv.
The reception given the pastor and
his family of the Methodist church
last evening was largely attended.
The church was suitably arranged
for reception purposes and a program
of interest was given. In addition
to the toasts given by Dr. Shannon,
A. Horlocker, and Mesdames E. H.
Denu and Head, a musical program
was given, the numbers being a
piano solo by Miss Ruth Wightman,
piano duet by the Misses Backus,
and a vocal solo by Miss Marjorie
Knappen. Concluding the evening,
refreshments were served. The Rev.
S. E. P. White of the Presbyterian
church and Rev. Charles Chandler of
the Baptist church responded with
short interesting talks. Dr. E. H.
Smith acted as toastmaster.
A combination set of Rogers silver
AA butter knife and sugar shell free
to Pioneer subscribers. Set packed
in neatly lined box. and worth $1.50.
For particulars read display an
nouncement in this paper.
BULLETINS NATIONAL RETURNS
Following are the United Press
bulletins received from other states
in the union up to press time this
morning:
New YorkFifty election districts
in the state outside of greater New
York gave Taft 4,411 Wilson 8,225
and Roosevelt 5,207. 120 out of 612
districts in King county give Taft
8,480, Wilson 19,279, and Roosevelt
10,988. Later returns indicate that
Wilson has swept the state and that
his plurality will be about 100,000.
The election of Wilson has been ad
mitted by Frank A. Munsey as has
also the election Sulzer for gover
nor.
MassachusettsThe Boston Globe
concedes Massachusetts to Wilson.
110 precincts give Taft 8,163, Wil
son 11,496, Roosevelt 7,399. The
same districts in 1908 gave Taft
4,240 and Bryan 11898. FOBS Dem
ocratic candidate for goyernor, car
ried every ward but one in this city.
Connecticut Wilson will carry
the state. First available figures
give Taft 5,111 and Wilson 7,254.
Later give Wilson plurality of 25,-
ooo.. ?-'.$.
Rhode Island-t-Taft probably car
ried Rhode Island.
MaineMaine is claimed for Wil
son by the Democratic national contr
mittee.
New JerseyWilson has made a
clean sweep in New Jersey. The
Democrats have probably carried the
entire state ticket.
MarylandThe Republicans have
conceded Maryland to Wilson.
Delaware Wilson carried Dela
ware.
VirginiaWilson carried Virginia
by 40,000."This is 10,000 moreihan
Bryan received in 190g.
-*r*siW!-
"Thm
*&iiB$?
^^fss^k
North CarolinaWilson swept the
state by a plurality of 5,500. The
entire Democratic state ticket was
elected as was also the congressional
delegation..
South Carolina Wilson carried
South Carolina by 60,000/.
Georgia Wilson carried Georgia
by a majority greater than any pres
idential candidate since the civil
war.
Ohio State Chairman Finley
claims that Wilson plurality will be
nearer 200,000 than 75,000.
IndianaRoosevelt and Taft man
agers admit defeat and Indiana goes
to Wilson.
IllinoisDunne is running ahead
of Deneen for governor. The state
is conceded to Roosevelt by 60,000
to 100,000. Joe Cannon has been
defeated for congress on face of
early returns.
Alabama Wilson carried Ala
bama by 75,000. All Democratic na
tional nominees were elected.
Mississippi Wilson has over
whelming plurality. Entire state
state and national Democratic ticket
elected.
TexasTexas is for Wilson. Only
two Republicans were elected to the
legislature in this state.
Arkansas Wilson swept Arkan
sas.
LouisianaWilson made a clean
sweep here.
FloridaAll parties concede a
plurality to Wilson in this state..
Wisconsin At the close of the
polls the indications were that Wil
son has carried the state by a large
plurality. Taft and Roosevelt are
running even. It is claimed Wilson's
plurality will run 50,000. McGov
ern is losing out for governor. Early
returns indicate that Victor Berger,
Socialist, will be defeated by Staf
ford, candidate of the Republicans
and Democrats.
MissouriMissouri goes for Wil
.son. Champ Clark has been re-elect
ed by the largest plurality he ever
received.
NebraskaAn hour after the polls
were closed, the indications were
that Wilson had carried Nebraska.
Governor Aldrich is running behind
the ticket. Later returns gi Wil
son the state by 40,000.
Oklahoma Indications are that
Wilson has carried this state by 20,-
000 as compared with 11,889 plural
ity for Bryan in 1908.
PennsylvaniaProgressive leaders
claim Pennsylvania for Roosevelt by
over 100,000. Boise Penrose con
cedes the election of Wilson irres
pective of the result in this state.
North DakotaSeventy-eight pre
cincts give Wilson 2,564, Roosevelt
1,910 and Taft 1,838. The state is
conceded to Wilson. Indications are
that a Republican state and congres
sional ticket will be elected.
South Dakota Indications are
that Taft has carried South Dako
ta by 5,000.
Iowa Roosevelt over 200 ahead
in Des Moines. Wilson ahead in the
country districts. State is in the
doubtful column, but some claim that
Taft votes went to Wilson and that
he will carry the state.
Vermont This state is claimed
FIRST APPLICATION
DARKENS THE HAIR
A Simple Remedy Gives Color,
Strength and Beauty to
The Hair.
Tou don't have to have gray hair
or faded hair if you don't want to.
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 less conspicuous,
and after a few more applications'
will be.restored to natural color.
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur also
quickly removes dandruff, leaves the
scalp clean and healthy, and promotes
the growth of the hair. It Is a clean
wholesome dressing which may be
used at any time with.perfect safety.
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 under guarantee that the money
will be refunded if you are not sat
isfied after fair trial Adv. _~
Being tte first story of "What Happened to Mary," produced in col-
laboration with the "The Ladies' World." This story appears in the
August number and every reader of "Ladies' World" will went to see
toe picture.
.,fc
Ship" (Kalem)
A thriMing drama of die Revolution, hi
"Whom I
"Pinmod" (Lubin)
A very amusing comedy.
"The Over Worked Book-keeper"
In which a man does some very fancy stunts in bis sleep:
TS-t-
OEdison)
At the Fair InTln-
Duet by Miss Hazelle Fellows and C. J. Woodmansee
for Roosevelt by national Progressive
leaders.
Michigan Progressive leaders
claim this state for Roosevelt.
California Claimed for Roose-
velt by 5,000. First returns in from
San Francisco give Roosevelt a slight
lead.
ColoradoClaimed by the Wilson
managers.
Fifty Cents Each
"Callitig of Dan Matthews"
"Madame XM
"Gfain Of DnSt"
An Hour of Terror
Hhmtrmtmd Sam
to Minneapolis and St. Paul, effective November 11th to 22nd
inclusive, with return limit of Novemder 25th.
Ask for a copy of the Land Show and Development Congress
^foldetvand full information. _-. r:
R. E. FISHER, Agent Union Depot, BemWJI, Minn.
W. H. CEMMELL, Ceneral Manager
Minnesota and International Ry.
"Freckles" and "Girl of the LimljerlostMBy
story of the frontier^
thrilling incidents.
The Voice of Conscience
A Tkmmtmm
Montana Wilson will have a
small plurality here.
Idaho-A Taft state.
.UtahClaimed for Taft.
-VermontA Taft eastern state.
WyomingWent for Tatf.
TRYAWANTAD.
Low Fares to Minneapolis and St. Paul
FOR THE LAND SHOW
Be sure to attend the Northwestern Products Exposition at
Minneapoiis Armory and Annex, Kenwood Boulevard and Lyndale
Ave. South, November 12 to 23 inclusive.
A complete exhibit of "'The Prosperity States of America"Minne-
sota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Washington,
Oregon. See the elaborate displays which have been assembled dur-
mp* this season of bumber crops.
Look especially for the Northern Pacific exhibit, occupying entire
south end of the Annex, marked by our electric trade mark.
Minnesota Conservation and Agricultural
Development Congress
Minneapolis Armory, November 19-22
Addresses by Prominent Speakers From all Over the Country,
of particular interest to residents of Minnesota.
Plan to attend the daily sessions without fail.
ONE AND ONE-THIRD FARE FOR THE
ROUND TRIP
Abercrombie's Abercrombie's
Will On Saturday Put On Sale
300 Popula Book
They Are All Best Sellers
This is the first time in the history of Bemidji that
best sellers have been sold at less than one dollar each.
Get them while they last. Sale starts Saturday morning.
Here Are Some of Winners
By Bisson McCohaugny.
"EXCUSfl MB," "AilSi Paige" By Robert W. Chambers.
:Come
"Sraiistark" and "TJie Rosa In the Ring" By Geo. Barr Mccmcheon.
IHy Silver StaiS^x
_, .-Sung by Harold Kimpton 1
Marriage On the Run:
A Qmmmomt story of a young couple who elope and' are followed
by her uncle. When he arrives they prepare an elaborate reception
and spread for him and he joins in drinking to their health and hap-
piness.
Harow Ben wnght.
avid Graham Phillips.
"Ttort ef Buxton," "House of Bondage" By Reginald Kaunw
"John Marsh's Millions/'Trail of the Lonesome PineM
These and 300 others will make excellent? Christmas
presents
complete, _ ,.-u. 3
Abercrombie's Abercrombie's Abercrombie's
j*-** *w*_ "5sP_
with dramatic and
story of two girls who love the same man and
one of them trying to poison her rivaland her repentance.
~2"*~"25'
Pioneer Want Ads
1-2 Cent a Word
Bring Results
Fifty Cents Each
Gene strauenPoner
By John FOX
in and let us show you? our line." Ita
'-SB.-.. '"XCXf'*
It *Weat Bound Laavas
14 Bast Bound Laavas,
15 Waat Bouad Laaaam.
it Bast Bouad Laara
ItS North Bound Arnv-
tN South Bound Iaa.va
Pralcht Waat Leavea at
Vreisht Bast Laavas at.
IS Sooth Bound Loavaa
II North bound Laavas
14 South Bound Loaves
II North Bound Laavas
Braiffht South Laavas at
VratSht North Leaves at
t:lf
.....11:41
PB0FESSI0NAL GABBS.
RUTH WI9HTMAN
TEACHER OF PIANO
Leschetitsky Methotf
Residence Studio
1002 Bemidji Avenue
Phone 168
MUSIC LESSONS
MISS SOPHIA MOUSE*
TEACHER OF PIANO AMD HARiOlY
Studio at 921 Beltrami Avenua
ALDEN M. REMFREY
Teacher of
violin, Piano and Band Inatmntanta
nUlO TUNING
Leader Bemidji Band Phone SIS
LAWYERS
GRAHAM M. TOSBASd
LAWTBB
aUlaa Block
9. H. F1MK
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office second floor O'Leary-Bov/sar ~m*g
PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS
DR. ROWLAHD GELMORE
PHYSICIAN AND SUMMON
OffloeMiles Block
OR. A SHANS0N, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Mayo Block
Phone t Res. 'Phono Wi
OR. C. R. SANBORN
PHYSICIAN AND 3URQBON
Office Miles Block
DR. A HENDERSON
PHYSICIAN AND SUROBON
Jver First National Bank, ^*J. Mine
Office 'Phone If. Residence 'Phono TA"
DR. E. H. MOTH
PHYSICIAN AND SUROBON
Office In Winter Block
DR. E. MARCUM
PHYSICIAN AND SUROBON
Office In Mare Block
Phono II Besldonss Phons tit
EDTER W. JOHNSON
PHYSICIAN AND SUROBON
Office over Securtlr Bank
DENTISTS
OR. D. L. STANTON
DENTIST
Office In Winter Block
OB. J. T. TU0MY
DENTIST
let National Bank Bid*. Tale. BSs.
01. G. M. PALMER
DENTIST
Miles Block
Bvsntns Work by sjolstoisnt Only
NEW PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Open dally,-except Sunday, 1 to p.
on, Tte p. nv Sunday, reading rossss
only, I to I I, n,
TOM SMART
DRAY AND TRANSFER
AND PIANO
St. Ill
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
M. E. IBERTSON
UNDERTAKER and
COUNTY CORONER
405 Bdtrani Are. Bedji,.M.
THE SRA1UDIIVO
EUROPEAN PLAN
Dnlnth's Largest and Best Hotsl
CMJLAJTH MUTOOSSOTA
More than tUMMUM recently expended
on Improvements, SO rooms. 125private
hates. SB ssstplff "w?*"* Every modsm
convenience: Luxurious and -dettihtfsl
restaurants and buffet. Flemish irnam.
PslnlBeom. Man's Grill. Colonial Buffet
Matnlncant lobby ana pubUe rosan)
Bsnroom. bsnanet rooms and pstvats
dUdns naoms: Sun parlor and observe-.
tory. Located In heart pf busbMst sas
Honbut overiooklns the harbor and Take
Convsnlsnttosvatyvshsi.
SM el ftt tfltt ItWl if' aVt leTMasi
*3&
ft
1 North Bound Leaves
I Sooth Bound T^aaTaa
m.
--*3t
&
%M\

xml | txt