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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912.
JACK JOHNSON'S NEMESIS
N!r. F. Cameron-Falconet, Whose
Daughter Was In Fighter's Power.
Mrs. C. W. Jewett is recovering
from a bad case of quincy.
Misses Kate and Ella LaFonisee
have purchased the Conger millinery
We are cutting some chrysanthe
mums.A. E. Websters Greenhouse.
R. H. Muncy went to Blackduck
on business Friday evening. He is
expected home today.
Judge C. W. Stanton left last eve
ning for Minneapolis, on a combined
business and pleasure trip.
Go to Hakkerup for photos.Adv.
Martin Kenfield left yesterday
morning for Minneapolis. He will
return to Bemidji tomorrow.
Mrs. E. E. McDonald left for Min
neapolis Friday, where she will vis
it her mother and sister for some
Secure a set or six Rogers AA tea
spoons free with the Pioneer. Ask
how. Come packed in neat lined
Frank Labaw, father of Lee La
Baw of this city, was in Bemidji yes
terday. Mr. LaBaw is from Roseau,
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Bowser and
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Koors, are plann
ing on a hunting trip the" first of
George Bass, of Bena, was brought
in to the St. Anthon's hospital Thurs
day and is dangerously ill with
You can buy your prettiest party
dress for $10.95 at the dress sale,
Saturday and Monday, at the Ber
Robert Kopping will leave on the
night train for Mattoon, Wisconsin,
where he will visit his mother and
brother for two weeks.
John Urness, of Northome was op
erated on at the Samatarian hos
pital Friday, it being necessary to
have his leg amputated.
Your success depends upon the
training you receive, therefore at
tend Mankato Commercial College,
Mrs. L. S. Boyer, of Burlington,
Iowa, is in the city this week visit
ing friends and relatives. Mrs. Boyer
formerly lived in this city.
William Crow, of Thief River
Falls, who has been employed at the
Crookston mill during the past sum
mer, left today for his home.
Dr. and Mrs. Stanton will leave
for Shooks this evening, where they
will spend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
C. G. Johnson on their claim.
A Miss Mae Carisch was operated
upon last Wednesday at the Samari
tan hospital, for an affection of.the
jaw, the jaw bone being scraped.
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.
Dr. Marcum expects to leave for
Chicago Tuesday where he will join
his wife, who is the guest of her
sister, Dr. Davis and her mother.
"The Oregon Prison" spectacular
feature attraction of talk and slide
pictures in addition to regular three
reel show tonight at Majestic.
W. F. Dickens of the Red Lake
Agency was in the city Friday. He
was just returning from Fergus
Falls, where he has been attending
the federal court.
John Klevin of Bemidji, who has
been receiving treatment for an in
jured leg for the past two weeks at
the St. Anthony's hospital was able
to leave Thursday.
The affairs of the Northern Na
tional Bank are under Government
supervision, which is so rigid that
the word NATIONAL is a synonym
Mrs. William Keil, of Alma, Wis
consin, who has been the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Duffy of the school farm,
for the past two weeks, left this
morning for her home.
C. W. Jewett, A. H. Jester, E. E.
McDonald and Mr. Hanson went out
deer hunting this morning. They
expect to hunt around Fowlds, and
will not return for a few days.
Two days' sale on party and even
ing dresses. $25.00 and $30.00 par
ty dresses will be sold Saturday and
Monday at $10.95, at the Berman
Frank Palmer, an International
Falls attorney, and F. J. McPartlin
county attorney for Koochiching
county, were in Bemidji yesterday
on legal business before Judge Stan
Visit every nook and cranny of the
famous old Oregon Prison tonight
with that competent guide and pleas
ant alker, Elmos White at the Maj:
A. B. Palmer returned from the
north country this morning where
he has been deer hunting for a week.
He was successfull and brought with
him a deer which he shot near Kelli
George Cochran and wife, left yes
terday for Minneapolis, where they
will visit their daughters, Lillian
and Bess who are attending school
there. Mr. and Mrs. Cochran were
accompanied by their son Earl.
The notorious Harry Tracy made
things hum when he broke out of
the Oregon Prison a few years "ago.
See the genuine prison slide pictures
and hear about him and his partner
Merril at the Majestic tnight.
Joe Herman of this city,' who was
recently apopinted cashier of the
Littlefork bank, and who took up his
duties there two weeks ago, will as
sist in the Northern National Bank
during the next ten days, having ar
rived in Bemidji this morning.
W. H. Walker, of Battleford, Can
ada is in the city visiting his folks,
who all live in Bemidji. W. H.
Walker is a brother of George Walk
er and a son of W. A. Walker.
Remember the Men's Turkey Din
ner in the basement of the Presby
terian church on next Wednesday
evening, 5 to 9. Mere is the menu:
Roast xoung Turkey
Gibblit Sauce Cranberry Sauce
Mixed Pickles Baked Potatoes
Hot Rolls Jelly
Apple Pie Cream Cheese
Price 50c. Children 35c. Adv.
Mrs. A. P. Henrionnet returned
last evening from Henning, Minne
sota, where she ha attended the wed
ding of her brother, Harry Wilcox
About your Anthracite Coal* Burn our
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Absolutely the only SUBSTITUTE for hard coal.
NO SLATE, NO DIRT, JUST PURE COAL com
Burn them in your HOT WATER HEATER, HOT
AIR FURNACE, KITCHEN RANGE or SUR
They kindle quickly and have wonderful lasting
They do not CLINKER, but burn up clean. Leaves
only the ash. Clean and easily handled.
Cheaper than wood, cheaper than soft coal, cheaper
than hard coal.
M. E. Smith Lumber Company
A Lovely Serenade
An Old Tune
John Clemens, a homesteader liv
ing near Baudette was examined in
probate court Wendnesday as to his
sanity. Drs. Henderson and Ward,
who examined him decided that his
halucinations had been due to typh
oid fever from which he had not yet
completely recovered. He will re
main in custody here until next
Wednesday when he will be examin
SYSTEM IS FAMOUS
The "Oregon System" of allowing
convicts to go out from the peniten
tiary without guard and solely upon
their words of "honor" is proving a
signal success, and is revolutionizing
Overture to Zampa (Herold) '"WM^MfM^
Played by Harold Kimpton
THE BEMIDJI DAILY HOHEE&
tetf^MMJVirf^. -"fcJjSf fSSWSS^WKKif*' rf*
A Qaumont story of a couple happily married then quarreling
then divorce. Then a few weeks at a summer resort and jealousy
leads them to a complete reconciliation.
A Foaturo 101 Bison with a heart throbbing story running
Gee Whiz Sweetie, I'm Dead Stock On Yon
Sung by Harold Kimpton
Is one of the Solax comedies that are always good.
to Miss Adina Nelson of that place.
The ceremony was performed in the
presence of immediate friends and
relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox
motored to Red Wood Falls, where
they will spend their honeymoon.
the prison practices of the entire
country. The newspapers and high
er class magazines are constantly
discussing the subject and making
predictions. The Majestic theatre
has secured a series of splendid pic
tures showing this remarkable move
ment in minute detail, and will show
them 'together with a complete ex
planation of its origin and practical
workings by Elmo S. White, the well
known Pacific coast public speaker
and newspaperman tonight. Mr.
White will also show and tell about
the notorious Harry Tracy escape,
the thumb print system, vertillion
measurements, prison life, etc. This
is a highly educational humorous and
interesting addition to the Majestic's
regular show tonight, with no raise
of price. The Majestic is to be con
gratulated upon securing so high
class attraction, which is entirely
different from anything seen in Be
midji before.Adv. Suits
Our entire line
and is s'
Women's and Misses Coats
Special prices at big savings will pre-
vail in this line and practically every-
thing in our Ready-to-wear Department
will be marked down at a discount.
THIS SALE WILL BE HELD FO TWO DAYS ONLY
Saturday & Monday
We have decided to make a clean sweep of certain lines
in our stock which will include Women's Suits, Children's
Coats, one lot of Dress Goods and Furs.
One lot of Remnant Dress
Goods, odds and ends, short
Our entire line of Flouncings,
Corset Cover Embroideries
at a discount of
20 per cent
A jESTIC THEATRE
WO Slides Illustrating Governor Wests Oregon
System In Ins State Penitentiary. Fully Leotured
Easts" (C. G, P. C.)
A gorgeous colored drama of the olden timesv
"A Trustee of the Lew" (Lubin)
A dramatic picture telling a love story of the south.
"Oh You Musical Bream"
Miss Hazelle Fellows
A story of a circus, featuring Kenneth Casey and the big elephant
"Two Cinders" (Vitagraph)
A delightful comedy taken on a train, featuring Miss Florence Turner
and John-Bunny, the two laugh makers of the Vitagraph Co.
Coming: Next Monday and Tuesday, Movm IS
and IS, "Rip Van Winkle" a two reel feature.
A story that will delight both old and young.
muumoo BWMUutmn/mn. moume maa/mowes Mrjuaw-i9e.
BEtjiDJi BREWING CB
SWEEPING CLEARANCE SALE
on our entire stock.
THE BAZAAR STORE
THE: TASTE TELLS
READ THE PIONEER WANT ADS
We have some of the finest pieces of
Furs ever shown in Bemidji and during
this sale will place Special Prices
5 and e, OX*ary.Bvr BMg.
TRY A WANT AD
Royal Mail Steamers
5 Services 30 Steamers
WEEKLY SAILIK6S FROM
MONTREAL AND QUEBEC
S.S. Victorian, Dee. 6th
S.S. Grampian, Dee. 12th, fron St. Jell
Carry Christmas Excursions ti Eiropt
Book your passage now and be sure
of a good berth.
These steamers are among the larg
est and best sailim&from the St. Law
We can book you through from Be
midji. No delay or hotel expenses on
For rates, reservations and all other
information apply to
R. E. FISHER
Union Depot, Bemidji. Phone SO
H. H. WATSON
General Agent, Minneapolis
Our 27-inch Messaline Silks,
regular $1.25 qual- OQA
ity, during sale at "3irw
lot of good Outing Rf*
at, per yard *^w
C 1? I
Bonds, Rial Estill
First Mortgage Loans I
on City and Farm
Our entire stock of Children's