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MRS. LILLIAN GROSS.
Brought Fifteen Alleged Slayers of
Father to Trial In Kentucky Feud.
Judge Spooner returned for a suc
cessful hunting trip Tuesday.
H. P. Dunning of Solway was in
the city yesterday on business.
William Hall of Wilton was a
business caller Tuesday afternoon.
Men's Turkey supper tonight 5 to
8 at the Presbyterian church.Adv.
Mrs. W. Boss of Fargo, is the guest
of Mrs. G. A. Walker for a few days.
Mrs. S. Rowan of Hillsbury, North
Dakota is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
I. P. Batchelder.
Go to Hakkerup for photos.Adv.
Mrs. B. O. Porter and Mrs. Samthemums
Case of Turtle River spent the dayMinnesota
in the city shopping.
Miss Ruth Naugle left for Crooks
ton Tuesday afternoon where she
will visit at the home of her cousin,
Mrs. Charles Borchardt.
Secure a set of six Rogers AA tea
spoons free with the Pioneer. Ask
how. Come packed in neat lined
Pred Graham has returned to
school after three weeks absence
caused by a sprained ankle which he
hurt during football practise.
H. Bushnell and W. N. Curry re
turned from a trip to the cities Tues
day morning. They went down to see
the Wisconsin-Minnesota football
Don't forget the Turkey supper
tonight at the Presbyterian church.
5 to 8.Adv.
Mrs. J. H. Fallon returned from
Fargo yesterday where she has spent
the past month. She was accompani
ed by her niece, Engel Nokken, who
will spend the winter here.
A. A. Andrews, Roy Cross and Dr.
Ward left for Shotley last evening
on a hunting trip. Mr. Andrews went
up on business as well as to hunt
deer. They expect to return Friday.
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.
Miss Beatrice Eddy, instructor of
the domestic science class in the Be
midji schools will not give a lecture
this week. The next lecture will
take place shortly after Thanksgiv-
W. H. Walker of Battleford, Can
ada .and Burr Todd went to Puposky
by train Monday. They expect to
remain a few days hunting deer. Mr.
Walker will spend the winter in Be
All the turkey you can eat for 50c
at the Presbyterian church tonight,
5 to 8.Adv.
Mrs. J. Freeman left for Eagle
Bend Tuesday morning, being called
there by the death of her brother,
Charles Murch. The funeral was held
Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Freeman
is expected to return to Bemidji Fri
A Thanksgiving program will be
given next Wednesday by the Sopho
more-Senior literary society of the
Bemidji High school. There will be
no program on Friday but everybody
is invited to attend the program on
Attend the sale at the Henrion
net millinery parlors. They are sell
ing pattern hats, plumes and fancy
feathers at astonishing low prices.
Capt. W. B. McLachlan has raised
his two passenger boats, The Ctiy of
Bemidji, and The Yankee Doodle on
to dry docks for the winter Mr.
McLachlan stated today that he
would open an ice rink as soon as the
lake froze over.
Mrs. A. B. Sutton, who has been
visiting her brother I. P. Batchelder
for the past few days returned to her
home in Sauk Center Tuesday. Mr.
Batchelder recently moved to Be
midji with his family from Mildred
and resides at 415 Minnesota avenue.
A. A. D. Rahn and Claude Sims
of Minneapolis, who were hunting
deer north of this city came to Be
midji last evening with a fine two
hundred pound buck. Mr. Sims was
the fortunate one and will take the
deer back with him to Minneapolis.
If you have money lying idle or
Invested in a way that is not satis
factory or does not yield more than
4 per cent, you should investigate
the certificates of Deposit issued by
the Northern National Bank.Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cochran are
expected to return from Minneapolis
this evening, where they have been
visiting their daughters, Misses Lil
lian and Bess, who are attending
school there, xaeir son, Earl, who
accompanied them will also return.
Sixty-two of the friends and neigh
bors* of Mrs. W. M. Masterson of the
town of Northern helped her cele
brate her birthday Saturday night.
The evening was spent in dancing.
Besides neighbors, eight young peo
ple from Bemidji and six from Turtle
River attended. Mrs. Masterson re
ceived a number of presents from
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.
Mrs. H. Danielson and her son
Daniel of Crookston, are guests at
the Anton R. Erickson home this
week. They came up to attend ttie
funeral of Mrs. E. Helgeson of
Crookston, which took place at Ros
by Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Daniel
son was Mrrs. Helgeson's step-daugh
ter, and she is a sister of A. R. Erick
son of this city.
Miss Alice Peterson of Brainerd,
who has been the guest of her sis
ter, Mrs O. J. Morken of Nymore for
the past two months, returned to
her home Tuesday. Miss Peterson
is to be a December bride, when she
will wed Al. Ericson of Sioux City,
Iowa, the wedding to take place De
cember 27, at the home of the bride's
parents in Brainerd. A shower was
given Miss Peterson at the heme of
her sister, Mrs. Borken, by her Beother
midji and Nymore friends.
We have the finest lot of chrysan
ever raised in Northern
now in full bloom. Get
some of them while they last. A E.
Mrs. T. A. Harris was pleasantly
surprised yesterday afternoon when
Mrs A. E. Harris invited a number
of her lady friends in to bring their
sewing and spend the afternoon. Af
ter a delightful afternoon with nee
dlework, the hostess served an elab
orate luncheon. The occasion was
Mrs. T. A. Harris birthday and thewas
guests presented her with a beautiful
bouquet of her birth flower, chrysan
themums. There were all Relief Corps
ladies present and the Relief Corps
colors red, white and blue were
used in the decorating, and in the
candles on the cake. The guests in
cluded Mrs. T. A. Harris, Mrs Street
er, Mrs. Olds, Mrs. J. O Sargent,
Mrs. Milligan and Mrs. Viola Dipple
of MichiganCrookston Times.
CLAIMS HE WAS HIRED
Indianapolis, Nov. 20Labor con
ditions in Kansas City, Mo., in which
Bert Brown was business agent of the
Iron Worker's union, and is alleged
to have conspired with James B. Mc
Namara to have the brige across the
Missouri river blown up and to in
duce a barber to do the dynamiting
at Los Angeles, was described in the
"dynamite conspiracy" trial today.
Charles Brown referred to by the
government as a citizen with im
portant evidence," testified that he
became acquainted with McNamara
in a barber shop and later, having
met the dynamiter on the Pacific
coast, McNamara loaned him $50 to
return to Kansas City.
"McNamara told me he could fix it
so I might earn lots of maney," said
the witness. He said a lot of non
union jobs were to be blown up. He
introduced me to Brown and offered
me $200 to blow up the bridge. I
asked Brown why he didn't do it. He
said he wanted to get some one out
side the union, as union men would
be suspected. I refused to do the
job, and later Brown and another
union official were arrested."
HUNDRED YEAR CLUBS
Believe Life May Be Prolonged.
Men who are devoting their lives
to the study of lngevity believe that
in days to come a man of ninety will
be in his prime, and old age will be
gin long past a hundred years.
Scientists have proved that the
simple life, temperate habits, exer
cise, and an active mind are essential
to along and happy life.
When the blood gets thin and slug
gish and creeps lazily through the
veins, and the arteries begin to hard
en, there Is nothing that will enrich
the blood, improve the circulation
and restore strength to every back
sliding organ in the body so quickly
as our delicious cod liver and iron
tonic Vinol. Here is proof.
Mrs. Michael Bloom of Lewiston,
Pa:, at 83 years of age was so weak
she had to be wheeled around in an
invalid's chairshe writes that after
taking a few bottles of Vinol she
could take long walks and do
housework. That shows how Yinol
strengthens old people.
Try Vinol on our guarantee that it
will do you good or cost you nothing.
Barker's Drug Store, Bemidji, Minn.
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BEMIDJI IS UNITED
ON EXTRA SLEEPER
i (Continued from first page).
Judgef*f "I think it is a necessity.
It Is more than that. It is impera
tive. I have always been compelled
to engage my birth in advance, owing
to the,crowded car."
verse. By means of this
Milwaukee, Nov. 20. The com
mission of five alienists who examin
ed into the mental condition of John
Schrank, who shot Colonel Roosevelt,
today reported to Judge Backus, find
ing Schrank insane.
The decision of the doctors was
unanimous and means that Schrank
cannot be tried for the attempted
murder of Theodore Boosevelt, but
will be committed to the northern
hospital for the insane at Oshkosh.
Schrank will probably remain in
the Oshkosh asylum for the rest of
his life, as he cannot be released un
less it is shown he is completely cur
ed and will not be subject again to
an attack like the one that caused
him to attempt the life of Roose
velt on the night of October 14.
LATEST WHIM OF JANIT0B
Mrs. Audley Learns He Is "Superin
tendent" and Sees People Only
Mrs. Audley, who had moved into
a new apartment, was driven to the
verge of distraction by the persistent
failure of the janitor to perform cer
tain services which were essential to
the comfort of herself and~1ier family.
One morning when her indignation
had reached the boiling point she
telephoned to the basement.
"I want to speak to t^ie janitor,**
he announced emphatically.
"Do you mean the superintendent?*'
Inquired the voice of a woman at the
end of the wire.
"I mean the janitor bfji if calling
him 'the superintendent' makes him
do his work more promptlythe
"The superintendent ain't in his
apartment at the present moment,"
replied the voice, with unmistakable
"Are you the jasuperintendent's
wife?" telephoned Mrs. Audley.
"I am Mrs. Macbeth, the wife of
the superintendent," admitted the
"Well, I am Mrs. Audley. Please
send your husband to me as soon as
possible. There are things that must
be done in my apartment, and that it
his business to have done days
ago, and I want. What! busy? He
may just as well be busy doing the
Work I require as the work required
by anybody else in the bouse," said
Mrs. Audley hotly. "So, please tell
him to come to my apartment without
"The superintendent never sees no
body except by special appointment,"
came the voice from the basement.
"Oh," murmured Mrs. Audley, and,
hanging up the receiver, sat down to
Magic of the Rainbow.
The rainbow shimmering high In
the heavens is more than a mere arch
of glowing colors. It is a royal am
bassador from the kingdom of nature,
a herald bearing a message of vast
Importance to mankind. Written up
on its brilliantly-hued, shining arch
way is a truth that man has finally
appreciated after the countless ages
that have passed since the first rain
bow glorified the heavens. And this
truth is what? Nothing less than the
revelation of, the component elements
that constitute the sun ana stars and
the dim-shining nebulae ^Tost in the
farthermost hiding placesD0f
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
ten large upon the raindrops, we
know more about the composition of
the sun, 93,000,000 miles from the
earth, than we do about the world on
which we dwell.Popular Mechanics
No Need to Worry.
A lovely woman who lives on Rox
ford road, East Cleveland, is the
proud mother of two boys. Reginald
is six years old, while Ronald is not
yet two. Both children are active
and inquisitive, so it has become nec
essary to employ a young girl to
Mamma is subject to headaches,
and mamma has discovered the sort of
proprietary pills that will relieve
them. One mustn't take more than
one per hour. And the other after*
noon mamma had a headache, took a
pill and went to rest. After a while
she got up to repeat the doseand
found the pill box empty. She sum
moned the maid.
"Prida!" she cried. "Did Reginald
swallow all those pills. Answer me!"
"No*m," answered Prida, with a
smile. "Don't be scared none. He's
a chenerous kidhe gafe half of 'em
to der baby!"Cleveland Plain Dealer,
Jane Austen Unpopular.
It has been pointed out with some
surprise that the late W. S. Gilbert
had a strong dislike for Jane Austen,
but a correspondent of the New York
Evening Post reminds us that Mark
Twain had a similar antipathy. He
said once that "a library that does not
contain Jane Austen's works is a good
library, even if it hasn't another book
Conversation During Meals.
The world long ago was forced to
admit the important relationship be
mind and matter, and when one
Is occupied by mattereating food
the mind should also be brought into
play. Say something bright. Pay a
fewcomplimentB, tell a bright anec
dote, chat of the pleasant and lighter
IhlAfsln life during all your meale.
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One Way With Late Husbands.
At Steinach, Canton of St. Gall,
Switzerland, a young married woman
whose husband was unable to tear
himself away from his favorite cafe
In the evenings and was always very
Jate for dinner, took the dinner and
"planted" it before her husband and
friends while they were playing cards
In the cafe.
"Continue your game as long as
you like, but don't return home and
disturb me, for I am going to bed,"
she said, and walked out of the cafe.
The young husband had to pass the
night in the streets, as his wife re
fused to allow him to enter the house.
Queer Catch From the Sea.
One of the queerest deep sea crea
tures ever seen in the vicinity was
brought in a few days ago by a fisher
man of Venice, Cal. It is five feet
In length, black and green mottled,
with a tail like that of a shark. It
has a dorsal fin and four feet, shaped
like those of a parrot. Its mouth re
sembles that of a Gila monster, while
its head is a replica on a large scale
of that of a California horned toad.
Many Bemidji Readers Have Heard
It and Profited Thereby.
"God news travels fast," and
William C. Klein
Ratals, Bonds, Real Estate
^Fiist Mortgage Loans
0*IP -City and ^arm
"The Parly Dreaa" (Vitagraph)
An extremely pretty picture featuring Miss Helen Gardner.
"On Board the Kaiser William #1"
Jm A very interesting picture of a big ocean steamer.
"A Railroad Lochlnvar" (Kalem)
TJ".?.?tory.of.""lroad thrilling incidents.
A trubox mirth maker.-
Hfe is decidedly novel in plot and is replete with
"Where the Sweet White Violate Grow"
C. J. Woodmansee
"An Interrupted Elopement" (Biograph)
A good farce comedy, that is quite fresh and very funny.
"The Tragedy ef a Dream Suit"
(BiographPicture December number of the Motion Magizine now ready.
Get one at office.
Many a happy home
in this city can trace its
prosperity to the want
Out of employment?
Want abetter job?
IMiss Opportunity is
3ne of the most inter
ested patrons of thecorporatioof
jfohe may be calling
/on today through these
AMTxcLXs or nrcoKFOBATXoar
The name of this corporation shall be
Bemidji Exploitatioon Company.
Such corporation may engage in the
business of buying, working, selling
and dealing in mineral and other lands,
the mining, smelting, reducing, refining
or working ores and minerals, the pros
pecting for and exploitation of minerals
and the marketing of the same and the
products thereof, or also for working
coal mines or stone quarries, and also
engage in and carry on all lines of busi
ness and manufacturies necessary and
incidental to the proper development of
any or all of the industries above set
The principal place of business of
the corporation shall be the City of
Bemidji, Minnesota, with offices and
head-quarters at or near the Village of
North ome, Koochiching County, Minne-
SOt a" ARTICLE IV.
The period of the duration of such
shall be thirty years from
the date these articles of incorpora-
ti0n ARTICLE V.
The names and places of residence of
the persons who execute these articles
are A. H. Kleven, John Goodman, W
Schroeder, C. W Brandborg, and
Hayner, all residents of the City of Be
The management of the affairs and
business of this corporation shall be
vested in a board of five directors, who
shall be stockholders and shall be elect
ed on the 7th day of January, 1913, and
annually thereafter on the first Mon
day in January. The names and post
office address of the persons composing
the board of directors to serve until
their successors are qualified are A H.
Kleven, John Goodman, W Schroe
der, W Branborg and Hayner,
each and all having his pst office ad
dress at Bemidii, Minnesota
The officers of this corporation shall
be a president, vice president, secre
tary, treasurer and manager, who shall
be elected annually by the board of di
rectors immediately after the annual
meeting of the stock holders The offi
cers who shall serve until their success
ors are elected and qualified are A
Kleven, president, C. Hayner, vice
president, Charles W Brandborg, sec
retary, John Goodman, treasurer, and
D. Fisk, manager. ARTICLE VIII
The amount of the capital stock of
such corporation shall be Tw Hundred
Fifty Thousand Dollars, divided into
two hundred and fifty thousand thou
sand shares of the par value of One
Dollar each, and such capital stocck
may be paid for in cash, real estate or
other property as the board of directors
The amount of indebtedness or lia
bility to which this corporation shall
at any time be subject is the sum of
One Hundred Thousand Dollars
In witness whereof, we have hereunto
set our hands and seals this 20th dav
of August A 1912
A. H. KLEVEN, (Seal
JOHN GOODMAN, (Seal
W. G. SCHROEDER, (Seal
C. W. BRANDBORG, (Seal.)
R. C. HAYNER, (Seal)
In presence of Geo Baker, M.
Cunningham State of Minnesota, County of Bel
On this 20th day of August A
1912., before me, a Notary Public within
and for said County and State, person
ally appeared A Kleven John Good
man, W. G. Schroeder, W Branborg.
and R. Hayner, to me known to be
the persons described in and who exe
cuted the within and foregoing Articles
Incorporation, and acknowledged
that they each executed the same as his
free and voluntary act and deed for
the uses and purposes therein expressed.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and seal the day and year
last above written.
thousands cf bad back sufferers fin
Bemidji, are glad to learn where re
lief may be found. Many a lame,
weak and aching back is bad
more, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills.
Our citizens are telling the good
news of their experience with the
Old Quaker Remedy. Here is an ex
ample worth reading:
Henry Revor, 808 Bemidji Ave.,
Bemidji, Minn., says: "I have tak
en Doan's Kidney Pills, obtained
from Barker's Drug Store and have
received splendid results. I had a
lame back, together with pains
across my loins. Every move I made
caused me pain. Itook Doan's Kid
ney Pills as directed and they re
moved my trouble. I can recommend
If your back achesif your kid
neys bother you, don't simply ask for
a kidney remedyask distinctly for
Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that
Mr. Revor hadthe remedy that is
backed by home testimony. 60c all
stores. Foster-Milburn Co., Props.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
For Bale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.Adv.
Pti#ne) 19. 4
Beltramrie County, Minn.
m,nnesoia department of
I hereby certify thato the within in
was filed for record in this
da 191 at 11 o'clock A. M. and was
duly recorded in Boook W^3 ofInco
porations at page 149. *ncor-
JULIUS A. SCHMAHL,
Secretary of State.m
North of 5 3
I hereby certify thatNovember the within. in
strument was in this office of rec-
1912 at 9:30 o'clock A. M, and was duly
recorded in book 8 Misc. on page 1.
J. O. HARRIS, Register of Deeds.
WANTEDGirl or woman to cook
for superintendent's family at
Red Lake Agency. Salary $20.00.
Position is for one who can take
charge and be her own boss. In
quire at this office or call W. F.
Dickens by telephone or on a re
verse ticket at the Red Lake
500 men 20 to 40 years old wanted
at once for Electirc Railway Mo
tormen and Conductors $60 to
$100 a month no experience nec
essary new opportunity no strike
write immediately for application
blank. Address Care of Pio
WANTEDMarried couple without
children to take charge of furnish
ed house. Rent free. Apply
Finch's Barber Shop, Minnesota
WANTEDYoung man to advertise
and sell our products. Address B.
J. Johnson Soap Company, Minnej
WANTED^Girl at 321 America ave-
WANTED.Two carpenters to buiW
a barn. .Telephone J. J. Jettkin
on, Phone 331. Call21.
WANTED.A competent laundress,
Palace Hotel, Blackduck, Minn.
FOR SALEOr trade for city prop
erty, or farm land near Bemidji,
partly improved farm in North Da
kota. Call or address Pioneer, Be
FOR SALE. Car load of heavy
draft horses from 14 to 16 hund
red, four to six^ years old.Tom
FOR SALE.16 foot lunch counter,
stools and restaurant sign. In
quire E. O. Glidden, Nymore.
FOK SALEJbarge size Fireside Gar
land wood heater. Almost new.
Inquire 1211 Bixby avenue.
FOR SALEKltcnen range, bed and
dresser. Inquire 1018 Bemidji
FOR SALEHorse. Will sell cheap.
Inquire J. B. Hansen, 523 Minne
FOR RENTModern 7-room house.
mtMMUo mrmmotmameto. untune not meows /KTJuncu^i9pe.
NOVEMBER 20 1912
A Jlfa/OSffO story of a party of young ladies going camping in the
country and the laughable experiences of the man who impersonates
A RollmnOB story of a young man who gets in trouble and later
his complete vindication.
When I Marry You
Sung by Harold Kimpton
The Portrait of Lady Ann
A FemtiiPO Thanhouaor story of the original of the portrait
About your Anthracite Coal. Burn our
POCAHONTAS SMOKELESS BRIQUETTS
Absolutely the ouly 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
FOR SALE Five thoroughbred
Single Comb Leghorn cockerls. one
very fine Holstein bull calf, 31-32
pure. Will exchange for hay or
feed. Meadow Dale Dairy Farm,
A. P. Ritchie, Prop., Phone 579-2.
Inquire 1211 BixDy avenue. Phone
FOR RENTNewly furnished rooms,
also for light housekeeping, over
FOR RENTRooms for light house
keeping. Inquire 1111 Lake Bou
FOR RENTTwo house, Tenth and
Minnesota. Inquire 1215 Beltrami.
FOR RENTModern room. Inquire
1121 Bemidji avenue.
FOR RENTWarm housed Inquire
of John G. Ziegler.
LOSTThree chain gold fob. Finder
will be rewarded if returned to
WANTED Stenographer wants po
sition. Has had some experience.
Address Turtle River, Minn., R. F.
D. No. 1, Box 44.
"iE Place to work and to go
to school by school girl. Inquire
WANTEDPlace to work in private
family. Inquire Pioneer office.
This space reserved by the
Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Co.
For price of lots, terms etc.,
INQUIRE OF T. C. BAILEY,
BemidjiTownsite& Improvement Co,