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The Bemidji daily pioneer. (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, January 16, 1913, Image 4

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J. HILL HONOl^
pE ST TONIGHT
(Continued from first page).
sky, Di\ Gilmore, A. P. White, W. L.
Brooks, Dr. Palmer, R. F. Murphy,
Dr. Henderson, E. H. Ives, A. H. Jes
ter, B. W. Lakin, A. L. Moiander, J.
A. Younggren, II. L. Wilcox, *C A.
Johnson, J. P. Hennessey, George
Buxton, Groome McCullough, T. A.
McCann, R. E. Fisher, E. E. Ken
field, H. Brooks, Rem Bell, J. P.
Omar, Martin Kenfleld, T. J. Burke,
J. F. Burke, E. N. Ebert, H. C. Baer,
A. E. Fier, Tom Ervin, M. F.' Willson,
J. L. Hillafcy, J. E. Black, H. E. Rey
nolds, W. N. Bowser, L. F. Johnson,
E. H. Winter, J. H. Koors, George
Noll, W. P. Dyer, A. E. Nelson, J. M.
Richards, A. M. Bagley, J. P. Lahr,
W. G. Schroeder, Dr. Ward, M. J.
Brown, Fisk, J. L. George, P.
J. Russell, E. E. Chamberlain, J. L.
Brown, T. J. Welsh, E. E. McDonald,
Nat Given, .J. Opsahl, W. J. Nel
son, J. W. Naugle, A. H. Jester, F. S.
Lycan.
NEW TONNAGE TAX
BILL HAS APPEARED
(Continued from first page.)
Hibbing. A bill by Rep. L. Virtue pro
office and assayers' department at
cholera serum and also calls for an
appropriation of $40,000 to maintain
a laboratory for the manufacture of
the serum at the state agricultural
college.
An additional inspector in the la
bor bureau to take charge of the in
vestigation of deaf and dumb em
ployes in the state and watch tueir
interests is provided in a bill by Rep.
W. A. Campbell, Minneapolis.
The right of all village councils to
grant liquor licenses thereby taking
the power from the voters is given
in the provisions of a bill by Repre
sentative Morken, Crookston, intro
duced yesterday.
Albert Pfaender, New Ulm, intro
duced another initiative and referen
dum measure in the house which
provides that fifteen per cent of the
voters may take up the initiative and
ten per cent submit a request for
referendum.
Plans for the relief of fire or flood
sufferers are provided in a bill by
Hep. E. Lundeen, which will create
if passed, a commission composed of
the five state officers and imposes a
tax of .05 of a mill tax to provide
a fund.
Patterned along the lines of the
Wisconsin act, a bill providing for an
income tax in Minnesota was intro
duced in the senate by Works of Blue
Earth. The measure provides for
levying a tax on all incomes derived
from rents, interest on money loaned
or invested, wages, salaries or fees,
dividends from stacks, royalties from
franchises and all other income on
property in this state, except that
which is specifically exempted.
According to the bill, the exemp
tion shall include individual incomes
up to and including $800 husband
and wife, $1,200 for each child un
der eighteen, $200 for each depend
ent other than those named, $200.
A graduated scale of taxation is
provided ranging from one per cent
on the first $1,000 on taxable income
to six per cent on incomes which ex-
$12,000. The taxes are applicable
to business institutions as well as
individuals.
Representative Nimocks of Minne
apolis, introduced a bill in the house
to prohibit intermarriage of blacks
and whites within the state.
Nimocks* bill carries with it a
penalty of five years' imprisonment
for each of the participants in such
a marriage. He would have the same
punishment dealt out to residents of
Minnesota of. the two different races
who marry in another state and then
return to this state. Justices of peace
and ministers who perform mixed
marriages, or clerks of courts who
issue licenses, would be guilty of mis
demeanor.
"Twenty-seven states now have
laws prohibiting the intermarriage of
blacks and whites," said Mr. Nim
ocks.
Contributions by employes to em
ployers' liability insurance probably
will be cut from the workman's com
pensation act by the special senate
committee headed by Senator Rcckne,
before the bill is reported back to
the senate. There may be some modi
fication of the provision for benefits
to aliens not residents in the coun
try, and there may be a slight In
crease in compensation for orphaned
children.
But one bill is before the commit
tee. No further public hearings will
be held. Few of the provisions of the
bill are seriously opposed either by
the workmen or the employers, so
that the task of the committee Is
pretty well accomplished.
WHEAT EXPENSIVE CROP
(Continued from first page).
built up by discounting the future^
With North Dakota's 1912 crop of
150,000,000 bushels, each bushel
robbing the soil of $.465 worth of fer
tility, the state as a crop factory was
expending about $70,000,000 in cap
ital to produce the crop.
HELP WANTED
DO YOU WANT HELPThe AIM
elated Charities will be glad to get
a list of those who are in need of
'i^^h0$j servant girls or women to work by
SI'
9-4 full bleached Pepperal
Sheeting, at per yard
the ihour and will "help any girls
or women who want work with a
family or other employment to ob
tain it. Call or telephone Mrs. T.
J. Welsh, Phone, 282.^1121 Be
midji Avenue.
my i HII.PTP-.
FOS BEST
FOR RENTFive room cottage 119
Twelfth street. Inquire Dr. J. T.
Tuomy.
FOR RBlCT^Furnished front room.
All our Suits and Coats, which are all late arrivals,
and the latest makes will be sold at a saving of 1-3 to
1-9
Dress Good
20 per cent Discount on all of our Dress
Goods. Includes all the new popular materials and
shades.
24c
Shoes
Our stock of shtoes needs no in-
troduction. Our high grade Selby
line, all high grade, Fox's Slippers,
all go at 20 per cent Discount.
One lot Shoes^%00
and $5.00 values at
One lot of shoes, $3.00 Ct O
and $3.50 values, at JV^Oy
Ladies and Children's: Hosiery,
20 per cent off.
'ES.^*1*
Inquire J. B. Cv care Pioneer.
gQRBAXK
FOR dALBThe Bemidji lead pencil
(the best nlcke^. pencil In the
world, at Netser's, Barker's, O. C.
Rood's,' McCual^'s, Omich's Roe. ft
Mark\isenr8,
J3k
The 13c Fruit of De Loom
at
$2.89
and the Pioneer Office
Supply Store at 5 cents, each and
60 cents a dosen.
CS?g
mi
FOR*. SALETypewriter ribbons for^fflw'loi^prooji.'
tverr make of fgrpewriter on toe
^market at 50 cents and 76-cents
'pleach. Eve.ry fribbon sold for-75
i^centa guaranteed.,-: Phone orders
^promptly Ailed. Mail orders given
the same careful attention as when
i?|fyou appear,in person. Phone 31.
^The Bemidji Pioneer Office Supply
8*:
This announces
This is"TH E SAL E .all Bemidj i has been waiting forrS It will open SSIE
The reason b|^ #eit latelarrtvaferwUlbeput onto
our bargain counters and are included in this sale. 3 The women of this com-
munity are thoroughly familiar with the up-to-dateness of the Bermatt.Em-
porium stock, which makes these bargains all the more desirable.
WHIT E SALE
The big White Sale will be conducted in connection with this Clearance Sale. It will be the feature of this
event. It will be the greatest white sale ever conducted in this city. We have made special preparations to make
this a long remembered occasion. New Muslin Gowns, Princess Slips, Combinatign and Leona Suits, Corset Covers,
etc., all at a saving from\ 20 per cent to 40 per eenU
Table Linens, Lunch Cloths, Doilies, Towels arid Fancy Linens have just arrived and are included in this Sale.
9c
The 10c Fruit of De Loom
One lot of Skirts, reg- A *7{\
ular $6.75 value, at V*-/
Orie lot of Skirts, reg- O QtT
vlar $5.75 and $6. at QO^O
Silk Petticoats
One lot of Silk Petti
coats at
j%
1
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Skirts
Silk and Flannel waists 20 per
Cent Discount.
Hundreds of Other Bargains that Canno be Mentioned Will be Included
?i flii
FOR SALESmall fonts of type. sev~
,^ermt different poiOU and, In nriit
,||clas condition^ Catt or write t3iif
^Aftdfiiji^*^
SL85
For fresh milk "or cream, call up
Phone 725-4 at farm, or leave orders
at the Hotel Svea.^r f^^jfr.'
FOR SALEFreeh cow. firice $50.
Inquire A-L. Collard* 406 Minne
sota avenue.
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LOST AHD FOUBD
LOSTLadies' gold watch and fob,
between Seonrity State^ bank^corn
er and Irvine avenue South. Find-
$*ft
ff-,.1. a&.i*
All dresses of the latest make in serges and novelty
goods, regular values at from $10 to $12,:^ (LA O
at
Our entire|magnificent line: of Dresses, including
party, afternoon and dinner Dresses at a big saving.
The time to buy is at this sale whether you need them
now or not.
8c
10c and 12c Outing Flannel
at
Furs
Our entire stock of winter Furs
will be disposed of at from 1-3 to
1-2 Off,
Corsets
20 per oent Discount on all
Corsets. One Lot of Laces regular 5c
td 10c values at per yd.
iiOSu'^S^mall pink cameo pin. Find
er leave at 1011 Minnesota avenue
4 and-receive reward. ^fe
^MBCIXLAMEOUS
WANTEDPosition by stenographer.
^Inquire "Z" Pioneer, onlee.^.
ONLYj^AirrOMiiBlLH: RADIATOR
FAGTdRYW^IN^# NORTHWEST
Eleven years^ltnowing how. Why
send yjour Radiator down East When
7c
3
press, freight, money and get best
workmanship.. Prices right. Make
new Radiators allow tor old one.
Mailorders receive special attention.
|TODD MANUFACTURING GOt^f
820 Mary PL- Minneapolis, Minn.
BOUGHT AND SOLDSecond hand
furniture. Odd Fallow's, building,
across from postoffice. phone 139,
WANTEDTo: ibuy second hand
steel range/ Not used over two
years. Address A., care Pioneer.
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