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THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
ENTERED ASv-SttWNEft CLASS MAT-
TER AT THE POSTOEFICE AT BE-
In the City of Bemidji the paper* are
delivered by earner. Where the deliv
dUHM* Irregular jplease make immediate
complaint to tills ^fflce. Telephdne 81.
Out of town subscriber* 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 daya be
fore his time expires, giving' him an
opportunity to make an advance pay
ment before the paper is finally* stopped.
Subscription Sates.
One month by carrier $ .40
One year, by carrier 4.00
Three months, postage paid..... 1.00
Six months, postage paid... 2.00
One year, postage paid.... 4.00
She Weekly Moneer.
Eight pages, containing ,a: summary
of the news' of the weelfii Published
very Thursday and sent postage paid
to any address for 91.60 in advance.
Published every afternoon except Sun
day by the Bemidji Pioneer Publishing
Company. S). OABSOH. M.M.HXVV.
HABOIP J. PA1TM, altor.
Why the Difference?
On Monday afternoon, August
Johnson, identified as the man who
killed Sam Marin, walked to and
from the county jail to the Northern
National bank block accompanied
only by Deputy Sheriff Cahill. He
was not handcuffed nor were his
wrists manacled. People turned to
look at the pair curiously but there
was no talk nor thought of violence.
Last September when Deputy
Sheriff Helmer and the unknown
hobo had their battle east of Lake
Irving, it was rumored for a time
that the hobo had escaped Excite
ment was at white heat and on the
streets the threat was heard that
there would be a "neck tie party" if
the man was caught.
What made the difference in the
attitude toward the two men? Was
it that deep in the minds of many
there was a thought that a slight.de
gree of justice had. been wrought?
Was it that real sympathy was more
with the unfortunate man, who at
tempted to right his supposed wrongs
by taking the law into his own
hands? Was it that there was some
thought of censure for the city
that a condition of affairs, has been
allowed to exist here such as made
the shooting Saturday night pos
sible?
Perhaps the mayor, the police and
the people of the city generally, did
not know that a law defying resort
was being operated. Perhaps they
do not know now that there are oth
er places being operated today in a
similar manner. Bemidji has long
been known over the state as an
open" town and has, found, excise
in the fact that other cities were do
ing the same, thing.
But we believe that Bemidji is a
city with a future. It has been re
peatedly pointed out that the city is
destined to grow. Why, then, should.
a movement to clean up the city not
be started now? Investigation shows
that there is little harmony between
the men who pay license money and
live up to the law and those who
evade it. The former will undoubt
edly join any movement which will
clean up the down town district, and
put their business on a safer basis.
Already there is a state-wide demand
for one saloon for every 500 actual
population and should this amend
ment be passed, some Bemidji saloons
will have to go put of business,
Can not some arrangement be ef
fected whereby licenses will be grant
ed only to men of responsibility and
repute? The affair Saturday was dis
graceful. Bemidji wants no more of
that brand of publicity.
Mr. Business Man.
Don't forget the business meeting
at the Commercial club tomorrow
night. Plan to attend and meet the
visitors. They are men of busy life
and the fact that they are coming
this dsitance indicates that they
think this meeting is of great im
portance. Bemidji cannot afford to
have it said that her own people
were not interested.
The Associated Charities.
Invitations to become a member
of the Associated Charities of Be
midji were mailed out yesterday. The
invitations read as follows:
-An invitation is extended to you
to become a member of the Associat
ed Charities of Bemidji. This society
is the result of what has generally
been considered a growing necessity
for some time past, and its object is
to minister wisely to the poor of our
city and Nymore to prevent poverty
to furnish legal and medical advice,
and to engage in such undertakings
as may tend to better social condi
tions. In addition to furnishing
food and clothing to the needy,, an
employment bureau has been estab
lished which has already secured
work for several people. Our appeal
for funds has met with a widespread,
and generous response, and a large
membership would Insure a perman
All fire box linings and
grates are extra heavy.
The linings are in sec
tions ventilated to guaran
tee their lasting qualities.
Extra heavy cold rolled
steel in body. AU flues,
lined with heavy asbestos
millboard.
Cast iron reservoir,
ent fund, sufficient to accomplish
our object..
"The membership fee is $1.00 per*
year and should be sent to the secre
tary or to any member of the memr
bership committee. If you desire to
become a member kindly fill out the
enclosed blank and you will receive
a certificate of membership.
"If you have already contributed,
you may have a certificate by filling
out and returning the enclosed appli
cation." ._
The completing of an organisation
which will care for the. poor of Be
midji in a systematic manner is a
thing of which the city may justly
be proud and which deserves tbe-.siip-.ji
port of every person who can afford
to give $1 to charity. That the or-j
ganization is already effective was
proved during the Christmas holi
days when it brought cheer to over,,
forty families.
Bemidji people who have been
charitably inclined have long felt
the need of some central organization
which will keep a record of cases of
poor relief and see that the money
is not spent where it is undeserved.
Time after time, persons and families
have been aided only to have those
who gave them relief later discover
that the case was not one calling for i
any outside help. \j
The personnel of those be'ninu
Superb Universal Ranges
Las
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This Range weighs 650
pounds and all the weight
is put where it is most
needed to make it last.
The oven door* rests on automatic braces that iwill support
400 pounds.
Lots left to tell in our next ad. v'
Better come in and let us tell it all a once.
A Qvarantoo Bond With Every Rmngo
GIVEN HARDWARE CO.
YOUR MONEY BAOKiF YOU WAHT IT
316-318 NUnn. Ave. BEMIDJI, MINN. Phono 6 7
movement insures the manner in Court of this City to be voted for at:
*******+****-Mt*******M(*
We are Jobbers
of
PIN TICKETS
and
OUMMHD LABELS
No aeo* to aand outaldo of
Bemidji for tbem.
Tao
Pioneer Supply Stora
Cam Sava Yon Money
i*
BEMIDJI M0NEEB PUB. CO.
Do you want
THB BEST OROCBRIE&
found In Bemidji
Come right here and set
them, aa we pride ourselTea
on havlmK only th beat
money ean buy.
8CHWAHDT A MABIN
.mlr^
Bemlc bnesota,
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MoCTIAIw
L* OEN1IIIAL MERCHANDISE
Dry Oooda, Shoaa, Orooeriee
4 and Proviaiona.
Third Bt^ Bestdjl
h* h* ****h**********
Weetrltato aell. VI*
THAT'S NATURAL.
-It But we atrtye harder,to pleaiV
THAT'S SERVICE.
Courtaoua attanUon hae
won rermaay Jewelry one
tomarmtouei^ &
Qeocge T. Baher A Oo.
in
QUALITT-
four druggist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure any case
of,Itching. Blind, Bleeding or Protruding
Pile* in 6 to 14 days. 60c.
PAID ADVERTISEMENT.
(Inserted by Hiram A. Simons, Be
midji, Minn. Amount Paid, '$ 10.00.-)
HIRAM A. SIMONS.
Presents himself as a Non-Partisan'
candidate for Judge* of tbe Municipal!
N0RTHEEN GE0CEET
coiiFZjnr"^
a ^i
WHOLESALE
OROCER8
fir
rtnun rr
0PERATKH
3V*1RB UNIVERSAL
which the funds of the
will be distributed^:'
ivftss
association
CUBED nr a vo 14 DAYS
THE BEMIDJI DAILY HOOD
4(
Get Tour
HOUSEHOLD UTBNSUaS
and rARM IMPLEMENTS of
C.E. BATTLES
The Hardware Merchant
the coming City Election to he held
on the 18th day of February, 1913.
Hon the 25th day of September,
1911, he was appointed by Governor
Eberhart to succeed the late Hon. H.
W. Bailey, aasJudge theaMunlcipal
Court in this} City, and hamibeld the
offieB slnce^that timet an& he feels
thathis adminitration-of the affairs
of the office justifies him in asking
the voters of thljMjity to endorse that
administration at the- coming: elecY
lion. & .i. \'F?
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Bemidji, Minn.,.
$ S S $ S I S I
I SAVE YOUR MONEY11
i
$J I i
Regularly and ayatemati*-*
cally. If you receive your, pay
weekly, lay some aside each
week, If monthly do It month
ly. The dollars will pile up
surprisingly. -$-
TRY IT.
Now lathe time to open a
bank account with the
SEOTR^ STATE BAJIX
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HHATnOHA
OS BANK fiirfr*
I S OLD, STRONG*AND AL
X)NSBRVATIVE 7~%
BAMK
Oortlooal^morchanm aa#
the oflcara ara tha etbnksild
em of this bank.W,
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"Try-CVew-lJfe" tm m. Trlnniplt of
Science and a Perfect Conveyo of that
Kadtowt Ebnergy-
Vbrittot is JM -ttk*r.y, no fad* no
creert, but tt ta the ^siniplest Awsintant
Natare ha in MtlraulatlnfC- a Healthy
Flow at HttHHl^'Th Rlvev of Mfe"
.the Greatest Revltalizer of the! erv
eater!t which control the circulation,
ewtaallMhlne normal action of the
Hear*,, 1.UUI K, and the Ora-nuM of Nu
trition, thereby enabling you once
more to enjoy lifet to it fullest capa
city.
Weak Xerve* Aches and Pains,
whenever and Wherever found 1 Ca
tarrh, UeafneMM, Constipation, Ton
silltis, I.anhne, and Rheumatlsnt, :all
caused by Congestion or Poor Circula
tloa, are Instaatly relieved and often
permanently cured through the falth
ful anddaMy use the "TRY--NJ3W-
XIPB" Tihrator. .^-f:
It rout ar ta vain,, if. y00 are sick,
tf ya ave-ttot a stroaur and vigorous
aad hapn^ aa Natiire iateaded you to
he, you are aot giving yourself a
sanacem (tfe
Jeali nnieaa! you giver^Try^-New-
chance to restore your, health
and strength. Whether-yonr trouble^
la rhenniatlsai, Indigestion, backache,
caylumbago
headaehe, or any other trouble caused
nervouanesa gout* weak
nerrea, aore atuaelea, ,sclatici
cac,
leys, tired
vlumba
hy m. lagging of the vital=organa,^Try-
New.Ste" wUi iaatantly and poslUve-
\T stfv relief. We're reaar to prove tt..
POR QOOD THINGS TO EAT
rTHBT BEAT."
It matters not where you reside or what you want, the merchants below can it g$t for you at a price that wiirdefy competition. Every merchant 1s
reliable and will give you the best value for your money.
GOTO"
BOE AJP nrElTTlEW
107 Fonrtt Utt. BeBtldjl -fc
PboaatOf.r
M0BETT0L0AH
OHFABMLAHBft
J0HH Q. ZDEGLEB.-
ODD FEEL0W1 BUlLDDWr.
*-_'-.-v_^
OUR
merchandise salea ara always.
on the increase and each
month has been better than
the* last. If you- ara not aJ
ready a customer, you do not
know how well we can please
you la quality and satisfy
you In quantity.
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W i IfTrTRffRllML
Bemidji, ^fsm^n t*^TMIwj
WMX,4^L
*1* *,**&,
xfc-* -Is
Minnesota Avenue
BBMTOJIii.- MINN.
*fV *r*
Wrapped^lnWai Paperiv
MttaranAvCreami
Thmre Im Only One
Thnt*is Always- remember the fall name. Look
for this- signature- on1
Stomach Trouble lt has stopped
Numbness inTcet PJ j'-wr
1 stomach. It ha a
taken away the numbness from my
feet, and. 1 cam now walk,and attend
to business."
Locomotor l want, to tell.
Ataxia you that my doc
tor says that the
'TRYSmW-lXFK* Vibrator I bought
of you' is ^wrhat- 'has- stopped the
progress of Xocomoter Ataxia.'^
Sciatic "After faithfully
JKoum-to n^ttemaehine
found every trace of my trouble, Sci
atlc Rheumatism, gone. I give
*TRY-NEW-LIPE' the entire credit."
"Try.New-Life"
Superior to All
OtLers
Be* Phone 58,
8 if America Avenue
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5
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USED THE wemo
"Bronto Qutnnw**0m
"I will state that
I And TRY-NBSW-
I.IPE' greatly su
perior to any oth
er
Vibratorethat
have ever used,L
Office Phone IS.
All kinds of building ma
terial, as much or as little a
you like at th e^
BT. HUAHLE RETAIL LUM,
BER COMPANY.^
Coal.and wood also,for sale
Minnesota Are. end R. R. 8.
BEMIDJI MUHC HOUSE
Sis Minnesota Are., Bemidji
Wholesale and retail Pia
noe, Organs and Sewing
Machines.
'km
Phone S71.
BISIARw MANAGER.
*s*
^t
BEMOJIGBEESS0U8E
^-cmmMWBf^
Fundral ileelgnfi a specialty
*-r Rosesv, PerDosen..
American beatyi|2^0 to|3i
Pink and- Whiter
BUllarney .$1.60,to S2.
Carnations aJLcolora#|l.
Bedding,Planum Season.
A. E. We^atet Phone 166.
^L5?3
OVER
every- box. 25c
[iwiiHi
Bhamo QuMno
mow& A OOUIIM
WhatWouIH "Try^lew-Life" Helps You Bac to Health
I
and I hav tried
several makes during,: my fifteen
years of osteopathic work.**
TOMIMAET
Dray and Transfer
SAFE AND PIANO MOVING
*?%&* TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1013.
om*ivir.
READ WHAT OTHERS HAVE SAID: Within the Reach of AU
Rebtrilder'of i bought one of
Nerv indRatW your 'TRY-XEW-
werves and- Body LIFE
type some months! ageMlu.hlneBt I have,
never regretted putting my money
in the machine.. It has 'been a most
wonderful .rebuilder of my nerve*
and body
Poor Circulation "My wife and my
n,i i self have received
Kheumatum in ^reat benefit from
Arm andShoulder ^i"*"*6**",
**t
with 'TRY-NEl*7-
LIFE.' For poor circulation it is
flue, and I am troubled a great deal
with that. It has.caused my bowels
to move more .regularly. My wife
was troubled with Rheumatism in
her arm and shoulder, which it
cured."
Cannot Afford
to bo Without
Vibrator that I could not afford to be srlthout
the Vibrator.*'
"I have given
TRY-NEW-UFE'
a thorough and
satisfactory test
and fully believe
YOUR BUSINESS
rURNITURB
J. LAHW
Furniture, Rug" and' Stoves.
Undertaking.
Phone call 178-2.
323 Minnesota Ave.
BARKER'S DRUG
and
JEWELRY STORE
Wholesalers and Retailers
Service and satisfaction. Mali
Orders given- that- same- ser-
rice you. get In person.
i
Contractors.
W,-'*
BARKER'S
Third St... Bemidji, Minn.
GUENTHER & MEHXH0RN
and Builders
Phones,481, 376..
'v,* t* i -.p.
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lElJ-'-j*. S-r.Jr. "n-Lx
The atore that treata you
RWHT.
Crockery, Glasswf -e. House
hoM^Neeeesltles used erery
e^ay. -Than some tothe.stora
tha^-saves^::.you.nMmey. *m?&-
'^aas
CAK
WBE*
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Ussi-
R. FTMURPHY
t^MCHAL DUtCCTOR
AIDEIMALin
lAv*.
Oar partial payment plan places the
**Try-.Xew-Iilte'V Vibrator within the
reach of every sufferer. Write for
terms.
We can't begin in thfe ad. to tell of
the many things that this marvelous
scientific invention will do for yonof
its health giving, disease preventing,
energy creating powers. So write t
once and get the whole story.
NEW ENGLAND FURNITURE
& CARPET CO.,
Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Exclusive Agents Are Wanted
For "Try-New-life"
Agents are wanted to take exem
sive charge of the saleof ^Try-New.
Life" In several choice localltlea In
Minnesota- and the Dakotaa. We
have a great many iaaulries foe the
instrument from Outside etttea and
towns and have ailed many orders,
but these could be better-'
by an agent on the gronmd.
Men or women ot' chacne..
ability are wanted, who can derate
aU their tiara to a live
AVOID SPBC0LATIOe
InTest in Land
At. only 110.00 per acre
You hav theholee ef 1 aU
Joining *0
The land is easily cleared and
Is gradually sloping^-except*
about 80 ax^ea^lr^llng^IsAA.*
around a smaU lake. Gdol
graded roads to Turtle Rlrer
Stations
Minnesota nsmtill
wJisa|jBjy|.
is|r
SCHOOL fUPfiat
Bay,
in Beml tthe
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