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THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
ENTERED AS,. SECOND CLASS MAT-
TER AT THIT POSTOFFICE AT BB-
MIDJI. MINN.. UNDER THE ACT OF
MARCH *UT.
In the City of Bemidji the papers are
delivered b^carrigr. .Where the deliv
ery la irregular pJEease tnake immediate
complaint^ta-^titto office. Telephone 31.
Out of town subscribers will .confer a
favor if they will report when they do
not get their papers promptly.
Every subscriber to the Daily Pioneer
will receive notice about ten days be
fore his time expires, giving him an
opportunity to make an advance pay
ment before the paper is Anally stopped.
Subscription Bates.
One month by carrier.:, .f'.3
1
One year, by carrier.........
Three months, postage paid..
Six months, postage- paid, v..
One year, postage paid.l.i.ii
The Weekly Pioneer.
Eight pages, containing a -summary
of the news of the week. Published
every Thursday and -sent postage paid
to any address for $1.60 In advance.
Published every afternoon except Sun
day by the Bemidji Pioneer Publishing
Company.
OABSOK. 9XHV.
AOLD 2uura, Editor.
First Woman Editor.
Mrs. George E. Erickson, of Spoon
er, has bought the "Northern News"
and so becomes the first woman editor
of Beltrami county. Mrs. Erickson
bought the paper from Joseph E.
Huss who founded the paper five and
one-half years ago.
Get Busy.
The special session of the legisla
ture held last summer was notable
because it did so much in the short
time it was convened. From the retleman,
sults so far, the present session may
be a repatition of the old "do noth
ing" legislature. Get busy. We want
reapportionment now.
Making Socialists.
The United States supreme court
has given another decision based on
the famous or "in" famous rule of
reason laid down in the Standard Oil
and Tobacco cases. It has decreed
that the Shoe Machinery trust is not
a violation of the anti-trust law. No
company can make a pair of shoes
unless it leases the machinery neces
sary from this trust. The trust asks
plenty for its machines. Such de
cisions make Socialists of us all.
First Minnesota Conviction.
A. R. Ruhnke, president of the
Minneapolis Milk company, was yes
terday found guilty of conspiracy to
raise the price of milk. Ruhnke was"
one of five indicted and the first to
be tried. The conviction carries a
penalty of up to five years and $5,-
000.
This is the first conviction under
the Minnesota anti-trust laws. Evi
dence in the case was largely secured
by the use of a dictograph which was
placed in the room in which the five
indicted men met andagreed on the
raise. A stenographer at the other
end took down the supposedly secret
conversation. Attorneys for the de
fense tried to impeach the testimony
of the stenographer but were unsuc
cessful.
It is possible that the case may be
fought to the supreme court in order
to test the validity of the law. On
the face of it, the people have a rem
edy for some high prices.
Must Get Together.
The eyes of Minnesota, and espec
ially the commercial interests of the
twin cities, are on Bemidji this week
watching to see if the people of the
city and the people of the farms can
get together Thursday on a scheme
through which the country can be
stocked with sheep. The feasibility
of the plan has been pointed out un
til there is little doubt left but that
sheep can be successfully grazed on
our cut over brush lands.
Others than the farmers are com
iug here Thursday to attend the
sheep meeting. A. E. Chamberlain,
development agent of the" Great
Northern, will be here. H. J. Max
iield, state immigration commission
er W. R. Mackenzie, secretary of the
Northern Minnesota Development as
sociation President Magivny, of the
South St. Paul Union Stock yards
H. H. Hughes, editor of an agricul
tural magaine, and men of more local
prominence will attend the meeting.
It is^o the direct interest of every
business man in the city who can get
the time to attend the meeting at the
High school those who do not go up
in the afternoon should go to the
Commercial club in the evening. A
sheep industry here means land
cleared at a low cost, meat and wool
to ship out, and possibly later a wool
en mill.
Intolerance on the Bench.
Comment a newspaper may make
upon a libel suit is apt to be miscon
strued, but certainly no reader will
accuse any newspaper of going be
yond the facts if it brands the action
of Judge Joseph A. Guthrie against
William R. Nelson as infamous.
Colonel Nelson, a man of nation
de fame, a philanthropist, a fen*
If
$ .40
4.00
1.00 2.00 4.00
tor with a zeal for public service,
criticized in his paper, the Kansas
City Star, the action of Judge Guth
rie in a certain case/ which was a
matter of record. The merits of that
criticism need not be considered here.
It is enough to note that Judge
Guthrie sumomned Nelson to court
on a contempt charge, and that Guth
rie himself acted as complainant" pro
secutor and judge, -refused -Nelson an
opportunity to make a full defense,
and imposed a sentence which had
been written out before Nelson was
brought into court.
If that situation can be beaten for
insolence and intolerance of public
rights the average citizen would like
to know how and where. Mr. Nel
son's article may have been unjust.
We do not pretend to know as to, that.
But one needs to know nothing of the
merits of a case, to know that when
a judge acts as prosecutor, jury and
judge in a case involving himself, the
limits of judicial audacity have bees
reached.
It is such things that make the de
mand for judicial recall louder each
day. If they can go on without corr
rection where are the boasted rights
of free Americans'
A few more cases like thiSyOne.-and
that Idaho case, and the people wiy,
begin to believe that Colonel Roose
velt's: attacks on, judicial decisions
Superb Universal Ranges
Sliding oven damper oper- if*
sites eas'Iy and gives per
feet control of the heat in
the oven. Combination
smoke and check damper in _.
warming closet pipe controls
the fire.
Draft in ash pit door and
drafts under and over the
fire box permit a blazing
fire in a minute and you
can smolder it just as quick.
We will tell you more
about this range in our 'next
ad
Are the Ariatpcrgatf of Stove^orr^
ThjB Perfeijt
We are Jobbers
of
PIN TICKETS and
GUMMED LABELS
Vo need to send outside of
Bemidji for them.
The.
Pioneer Supply Store
Can Save You Money
BEMIDJI PIOHEEB FOB. 00.
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Do you want
THE BEST GROCERIES
found in Bemidji
Come right here and get
them, as we pride ourselves
on having only the beet
money can buy.
SCHWANDT A MARIN
Bemidji Minnesota,
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MoCUAIO
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Dry Oeods, Shoes, Groceries
and Provisions.
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*Tbird8t. Bemidji*
^~?*2tjy'
0/5aft Coptrolled Ranp
Reservoir Superb Ranges, SSBJOO
Square Suffer* fang** .g. $60,00
Reservoir Marvel Range* 0Jf5mOO
re Marvel Ranges Skp+QO
A Guarantee Boad Y*Hh Every Jteffffqr
GIVEN HARDWARE CO.
YOUR MQMtY BAOK if YOU WANT iT
316-318 Wllrr) Ave- BEMtDJt, MINN. Phone 5 7
a militant reformer, an edi-l^were
T. Isa^v *$
rfi We strive to tell. **-&$
5 ^THArar NATURAL, ^g ^3M0K
+i3+ BIT.
Bnt we strive harder to please. *p-5
THAT'S SBBVICa
Courteous attention haa
won over many jewelry cue
tomers to ne.3
George T.,Baker %Oql^
amateurish and feeble in their
mildness and. courtesy.
St. Paul Dispatch.
A Bas Capital.
While the constitutional convention
was in progress a south side branch
of the Curbstone Club took much' in
terest in the proceedings.
"I see by the papers," said the Man
About-Town, "that they are trying to
incorporate a law to prohibit capital
punishment."
There was a moment's silence, then
the.Corner Groceryman, who had been
dozing up to this point, arousedhlm
telf and exclaimed:
"That's right punish the capita*
tots."
A Happy Girl
Fhe winter girl Is happy now*
That's herwho gently purrs
The winter winds have bruised the
Of camphor from^her furs
Old Age.
Old age as it comes in the orderly
process of nature is a beautiful and
majestic thing It stands for exper
ience, knowledge, wisdom, counsel.
That is old age as it should be, but
bid age as it often is means poor
digestion, torpid bowels, a sluggish
liver and a general feeling of ill
health, despondency
and misery.
This in almost every Instance is
wholly unnecessary. One of Cham
berlain's Tablets taken immediately
after supper will improve the diges
tion, tone up the liver and regulate
the bowels. That feeling of despon
dency will give way to one of hope
and good cheer. For sale by Bar
ker's Drug Store.Adv.'
NORTHEEN GROCERY
COMPZJTT
WHOLESALE
OROCEItS
a
Get YourL
HOU
and F.
LX UTENS
MIMPLEMBNTS
of *\T:
0. E. BATHES
The Hardware Merchant
Bemidji, Minn.-
1
Now la the time to open
Mi"
SB*^
T:r^
era of thm bank.
i:^ HIRflJt A. SIMONS.
Presents himself as a Non-Partisan
candidate forjudge of'jthe Municipal
Court of this, City to be voted for at
the coming City Election to be held
on the 18thday of February, 1913.
On the 25th day of September,
1911, he was appointed by Governor
Eberhart to succeed the late Hon. H.
W. Bailey, as Judge of the Municipal
Court in this City, and has held the
jofflce since that time, and he feels
'that his administration of the affairs
of the office justifies him in asking
the voters,of this city to endorse that
administration at the coming elec
tion, PAJD ADVERTISEMENT.
For This Series, $10.
I hereby announce that 1 am a can-J
didate for judge of the Municipal
Court of this City, which office is to
be filled at the coming city election,
and I respectfully solicit the support
of Uie -itizens of HERBERBemidji.
a
J, LOUD.
PAID ADVERTISEMENT.
For This Series, $10.00
I hereby announce that I am a
candidate for the office of judge of
the municipal court of the city of
Bemidji, at the coming city election
to be held on the 18th day of Feb
ruary, 1913.
I respectfully solicit the support
of the voters of Bemidji.
PAID ADVERTISEMENT.
For This Series, $10.00
1 hereby announce that I am a
candidate for thk office of judge of
the municipal court of the city of
Bemidji.
at
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s+ t" 107 Fourth street, Bemidji.
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J0HHO. ZIEGLBR,
i ODD FELL0W8 BXHLDIHO.
eallyray^reeelveyil^ mVmtn has Ifeen better than
weekly, jay* some MiTeaMj the last. If you ar. not a _* Wholesale and retail Pia-
week, if monthly do it month? *^f* ready a customer, you do not non Organs ant Sewing
ly. The dollars wUl pile up know how well we can pleaae gjj Maehtam,^^:^, Tv^i^
surprisingly.' ,*-v-,^
TRY JT0^UB ||5 yon In otfanB^r.' r*?B8 Phone If S.
*%&*&
account with the W, 0. 8CHBOEDEB
BABX Bemidji.
^Tlinn.
Minnesota .Avenue~
BEMIDJI, MINN.
MODEI BREAD
Wrappedjnwaz Paper.
Bottled MiSrand Creamy
0'WHOLESALERS
Stninta- P*eftaWe Wewwofv
The revolvator is a portable alert*
tor which Is designed for use In ware
houses and storehouseswtaere it may
be desired to stack heavy packages
one above the other for the eeonomls*
elty
4i.
the.coming, cit,y4 election.surfaces
18th day of February, 1913.
I respectfully solicit the support
of the people of Bemidji.
JOHN ii. MOWN.
ac
FOR GOOD THINGS TO BAT
QO TO
ROBAKDMARTUIEB
THEY BEAT."
to be held In and for said City on. tne hundred dollars for any case It fails"to
It matters not where you reside or what yoii want, the merchants below can ft get for you at a price that wig defy competition. Every merchant is
reliable and will give you the beat value for your moiiey.
"an uprifhjLarmJgip.
rm oh whU* the.
repackage is pfecef^Ren^g
point desired, the machine and its
load may be readiTy" swung around
unloading and the burden Is raised
to Theneight necessary-and the box
lar box. Bmn) mfe JgMt. fp ss^
ouiredto perform this taskvbut with/
this device qua or^wo.at the most.
W-*r^?rm I? ?handle tne
large and heavy packages.'
Great Mistake.
f^lM?*
one~ 9* W hoy Jo be
a doctor and the other, a lawyer." said
Farmel Conit^el/a. he .hlfted hU
crutch. JJ-.J
"That^ojighijto Mj| ggod arrajage.
family. I got run into by a tocoimv
tire. One of 'em wants to cure me
pa* the other wants me to go lamSe mht
can sue Aor damacaa.*r
PAJJ AI)Vl?RTISSMftT.
general will receive the best
of^my attention If elected.
Ther
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mo
Cat rall JOHN F. GIBBONS. of the countrrye tRaanr other diseases
put together, 'and untilJnthes lastBectim
thi
Sit America Avenue
All kinds of building ma
terial, as much or asttftlelis t*
youttheat fbe v* --H^r^-
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Funeral
American.
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Methodist Uinjiter Becpmmendf
Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy.
Rev. James A. Lewis, Miiaca,
Minn., writes: "Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has been a needed and
welcome guest" in~our' home" for a
number of years. I highly recom
mend it to my fellows as being a
medicine worthy of trial in cases of
colds, coughs'" and '"eroup."'"" Give
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a trial
and we are confident you will find
it very effectual and continue to use
it as occasion requires for years to
come, as many others have done. For
sale by Barker's Drug Store.Adv.
For This Bcrie*. $5.00.
AjmOtfHCEMEHT.
I hereby" announce myself at an
independent candidate for re-election
as alderman ortne Third ward, to be
voted upon at the oity election to be
held Feb. 18, 1913.
The support of the voters of the
Third ward is respectfully solicited.
The interest of of the ward and the
few
years was supposed to be' incurable. For
a great many years doctors pronounced
it ~a local disease and prescribed local
remedies, and 'by constantly failing to
cure with local treatment, pronounced
it Incurable. Science has proven Ca
tarrh to be a constitutional disease, and
therefore requires constitutional "'treat-
ment. "Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactur
ed by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio,
is the only Constitutional cure on thewill
market. It is taken internally in doses
from ten drops to a teaspoonful. It
acts directly on the Wood and mucous
of the system. They, offer one
cure,
ials.
Address
ledb, O.
Sold Take Hall*
patlon.
Send for circulars and testimon
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. To-small
rists, 75c.
'anally''.'.Pills. for consti-
re
TOMHIAIT
"Dray and Transfer
SAFE AND PIANO XOVJNO
Res. .Phone If
"ts?.i ^7y To3
In the^olden days in Japan the mas*
jter embalmer was successful in se-
My Cleansing, Healing Balm Instant
ly Clears Nose, Head and Throat
Stops Nasty Catarrhal Discharges.
Bull Headache Goes.
r.i' rURNITURB
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Furnltttra, Rugs and 8tores.
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MS^ViM' S*i%
J. BBMAR, MAN,
Phone etJl 171-2.
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^Conl end wood a|so for sale
Minnesota AveTahdR.RTS. *Tbird.8t.3ARKJBR'S.
+#w^'^ Qaifc*'* j,-?.**+M+ BEMIDJI MU8X0 BOBSB -J^*^^5'- ^..^^IJ
merchandise sales are always -C**
on the Increase and each ild Minnesota Ave., Bemidji
,3** yen-in quaUty and satisfy J, &P*& -*^Zi*
^J :J- *t^maifft^,4ve:*_
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Economizes Butter, Hoar,
Eg0s m^kes the food more
appetladng and w^olesonie
The only Balcl^g Powder made
fromRoyal Grane cream of Tartar
bodies on which he operated." The
Japan Chronicle .draws attention to a
case of this nature which has .re-
cently come to light' in Kobe. The op
eration of laying out a public park
there included, the removal of some
graves of the AoyamV family. Two
pares were opened belonging to old
dalniyo who were burled about 200
yearf ago. The graves consisted of
jitone cells with large coffins of wood,
containing inner coffins of earthen
ware. On the spaces between the
cell wal|s. and the wooden coffins be
lng, ppejkejd^ihose present were much
sujrp^gg ^'see^'th^Yhe bodies were
in'a. state*of perfect preseryatlon, hav
ing' all 'the appearance of Wax fig
ures/ The old Amagasakl lords lay in
almost lifelike freshness.' Several val
uable personal belongings were found
in the^grayest including two long
words, women's hair, ornaments,
II yeea|s^ writing brushes, etc.LOB
4on Globe.
NOSE AND HEAD STOPPED FROM
COLD OR CATARRH, OPEN AT ONCE
Try "Ely's Cream Balm."
Get a small bottle anyway, just to
try itApply a little in the nostrils
and instantly your clogged nose and
sopped-up air passages of the' head
open you will breathe freely
dullness and headache disappear. By
morning! the catarrh, cold-in-head or
catarrhal sore throat will be gone.
End such misery now! Get the
bottle of "Ely's Cream Balm"
at any drug store. This sweet, frag
rant balm dissolves by the heat of
STORE
Orders given that same ser
viceyou get In person.
JtVf ^^r
Bemidji, Minn.
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Coatraeton
Bemidji WbmS0$l*
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tt?f treate yon
jmjapeelalty C* OWeliarT.riMaBBWf Tlonse-
T5T^V %y .hoen^eeliAiii need every
yvt.po to ft. s^. Theaeome to tne store
^Season.
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The possible customerrYou elatm
this is a genuine^ Turkish Tug, do yout
The Wily DealerEEt ees true, ma
dame. Zee rug is very genuine Turk*
ish. -..::.j..\-
The CustomerIt looks old and rag*
ged. Just see, that stain and these
holes!" :*J.:"--'
The DealerYes* madame. Zat ees
ze proof. .It shows sat se rug ees rary
genuine Turkey rug. Look, madame.
What you call ze Btaih ess. powdr
burn, and all ze hjfiie. are bullatjiolea!
Vary genuine Turkey rug, direct from
se seat of war. Only ninety doUavt,
ipadame.
The customer promptly jsoften* and
pavs the price.
Don't Yon Beliere It
Borne say that chronic constipation
cannot be cured Don't you believe,
it. Chamberlain's Tablets have
cured others-why not you? Give-,
them a trial They cost only a quar
ter. For sale by Barker's Drug gtore.
Adv.
I-
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the nostrils penetrates and heals
the inflamed, swollen membrane
which lines the nose, head and
throat clears the air passages stops
nasty discharges and a feeling of
cleansing, soothing relief comes im
mediately.
Don't lay awake tonight struggling
for "breath, with head stuffed nos
trils closed, hawking and blowing.
Catarrh or a cold, with its Tunning
nose, foul mucous dropping into the
throat, and raw dryness is distressing
but. truly, needless.
I Put your faithjust oncein.
"Ely's Cream Balm" and-your cold
or catarrh will surely disappear.
Adv.
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AVOID SPECULATION^
Invest In Land
At only $10.00 per acre
You nave the chbloe of it all
joining tPa
The land is easily cleared and
is gradually sloplhg, ttofit
about 80 acres of rWlng lalil 4t
around a small lake
'graded roads to Turtle River
Station. ^i
tumor
Buy
berth's
In Beml
ion)
at the
BEMIDJI
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Plumbing/Steam and Hot
Water Heating. Sewer ant
Water Connections. 41
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Phone SfMft^j^^^, 41
ttO Beltraaii Ave.
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