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WAR WITH MEXICO.
(Continued from first page).
authorities at Washington^ .Am-
bassador Wilson has 'ordered" all
Americans out of Mexico City,' but
owing to the cessation of train ser
vice and the fact that banks are
Sweaters, child's size 22
to 26, worth 65c,
closed iJMs jmp$s|ble Ipj^ manj^to
Two officers of the cruiser Denver
were assulted by Mexicans yesterday
on the streets of Acapulco. Neither
was hurt, but tne incident has ser
ved to Increase the tension at Wash
Ambassador Wilson reports the
wounding of several American men.
He is caring for 600 refugees at the
To be taken in by a stranger with a bad che
That's hard oh the pocketbook.
For any one TO PAY MORE for any single ar.
tide of merchandise than what it is really
worththe worth being the lowest price it can
be bought for. We say our prices are seldom
met much less beaten,
For you to miss this store with its large stock
of dependable goods in china, kitchenware, dry
goods specials, notions. Its hard on your
pocketbook when you miss this store.
If You Miss These
Boys* overalls, ages in*
4to 15, per pair
Boys' flannel mittens, C*
per pair wu
Children's gloves, fancy,
regular 25c, special IQn
Dinner pails, special
Children's hose, all
If you miss seeing our new stock of jewelry, bar
pins, belt pins tea aprons, ladies' neckwear and
notions of ever kind. WHY NOT SAVE
The Best Little Store In the City
The Store that Saves You Money. Goods Delivered.
Brass curtain rods,
Folding clothes bars, made
of soft pine wood, worth
$1 anywhere, 73P
Ironing boards, folds up,
stands solid when in QO
positively^ends* our Discount Sale.
Up to that time we will continue
to give a reduction of
25 Pe Cen
Suits] and Overcoats
and on all
After this date we will devote
our time to advertising and selling
New Spring Goods^which"iare star -4l^.'
embassy. Many Americans have been
thrown out of their residences by
federal troops, /.^^'*U:-'*If
Admiral Dewey called a joint meet
ing of the Army-Navy board to con
sider the problem of the 'novement
of troops and ships..-Its proceedings
will be kept secret.
Correspondents in the city give
shocking pictures' of the scenes in the
streets, swept by shrapnel and piled
here and there with bodies of the
dead and dying. y,
Neither Bide according to the dis
patches, is- paying the slightest heed
to Red Cross'flags, and the chief of
the Red/Cross service has been kill
The passenger train, north-bound
from Mexico City, which left- Tues-
day night is unreported at Laredp,
Tex., and- some alarm is felt for $
safety of its passengers. i
A detachment of government
troops is reported shot to pieces on
the outskirts of the city.
Two noncombatants have been kill
ed in front of the American club..
O'Nell Stopa Milan.
Sieve O'Nell, the Napa,young catch
er, has stopped Clyde Milan from steal
Ing morethan any other catcher in tlu
league. He turned Milan back tool
*IZM OUBSB nr TO i BATS
four druggist will refund money If
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case
of Itching*. Blind. Bleeding- or Protruding
Piles in ite 14 days. 80c.
A Stupendous Production in Four
Reels, of Bunyon's Masterpiece, Am
brosio Version. The Greatest Book
Next to the Bible Produced jn Moving
Corbone &, Company
5000 Feet of Pictures
Show Starts At 7:10
Bunyon's Pilgrim's Progress
Is 4a Marvel of Dramatic Construction
It 'Impresses as Strongly as It's a
Beauty of Photographic Art.
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
days the oontlnooa. a ark tkm
Olympic an occasional proftonal
visitor was a, clown with aft educated
pig. He used to take the pig out with
him, when he had finished his act and
had' him harnessed- up like a trick
pooch with'a collar, shoulder straps
and a leading string. In this way the
grunter trotted along the street at Just
his master's gait.
_Out of the hotel across the way
came a man who had been hitting 'er
up for a week, during which time he
had remained up all night and had!
slept all day. It was his first ven
ture out in a strong light, and it made,
him blink. Along came the clown and1
hfs mate. Joe Morgan rubbed his,
eyes and halted the vaudeville actor.'
"Tell me," he asked earnestly, "la*
that a dog or a pig?"
"Why, it's a pig, you rummy," waa'
the answer, ^What's the matter with
"Thank heaven!" exclaimed Joe
Morgan fervently "it's a pigt it's a
Dr. Orison Swett Marden, discussing
success in New-York, said: "Economy
Is the road, to, financial successand
most people in this impatient age try
to do the trip
"Why do you always insist on talk
ing about the weather to your bar
ber?" "You wouldn't have me talk
about anything so exciting as poll,
tics to a man who is handling a rator
would you?" _-
Learn to Regulate the Heat ofC
Iiy Mrs. Janet'McKensie Hill, Editor of
the Boston Cooking School Magazine
There is just one way to make
your cakes rise high and keep an
even surface. Have your oven
moderate at firsts until the cake
fully rizen then increase the heat,
so as to .brov it over quickly.
Extreme heat stiffens the dough.
If you stiffen the outside of the
cake before the rising is complete,
you stop the rising process. Then
the leavening gas, forming inside,
will bulge up the center, where
^the dough is still soft, and spoil
the shape of the cake.'
the poire open, allowingrather the
leavening gas to escape and the heat to
penetrate readily. Small ovens cool
auickiy therefore they should be made
several degrees' hotter thaft a larger
oven* 'and the less the door is opened
the better. Do not attempt to bake
bread and pastry together. 'Bread re
quires prolonged, moderate baking
pastry the reverse.
Have a strong- underheat for baking
powder preparations, especially pastry.
These are only a few of the many
baking helps found in the Cook's
Book a copy of which may be secured
by sending the colored certificate taken
from a 25-cent can of Baking Pow
der to the JAQUES MFG. Co., Chicago.
HAD REMNANT OF HONESTY
Ajmtttjd Thief Returned lornistd
Uot*ff Though Me CoaWnt Tall
f$m* Why Ha Did 80. f^:
"Be| to the dollar I borrowed Iron
you today/' said a shabby individual,
tendering the, money to a fellow lod
ger in A Bowirjr hotol. "Ifllmmeda
bookmakm/vthrtt times this after
"In one pooiet I earried a sambas
of one dollar billa each crumpled U|
by Itself. When a cireus vlaltoi
bought eandy be sometimes tendered
a ten dollar bill In payment.' QuieV
ly crumpling the bill I would thrual
It Into my pocket where I kept tin
ones. Then I would hastily thrust
bill back into his hand and exelalm:
'"I can't change it BOW, old man,
siee me after the show!
"To distract the rieUm's attention
I would always thrust an extra sup
ply of candy into his pocket. Invari
ably he would disappear, thinking he
had the best of the bargain, whereas
be had, paid lust $9 for a few cents
a* the bill thrust into
his hand waa,:,
stituted for his ten.
"But my long career as, a flimflanv
mer spoiled me for all honest en
deavor. I have lately earned a pre
carious livelihood by placing beta with
bookmakera who pay commission of
ten- per cent: on all business brought
"When I have a dollar bet to
ylaee I never band It over to one bill,
but always convert it Into ones. Two
of these I keep. The other three by a
simple 'ttiek I fold in the middle and
by a sleight of band movement cause
the bookmaker to believe be is receiv*
tog |6, beoause six ends are displayed
"In tills manner I realised $6 this
afternoon in addition to the ten per
cent, commission of the bookmaker
on $15 which I caused him to think
he received. In other words, my
total earnings for the. day are 17.50,
and you must admit this is pretty
good for a has been."
"But,, my good, man,", gasped the
lender, "if you make your living dis
honestly in this manner! why have you
chosen to keep faith with me by re
turning the dollar you borrowed?"
"I don't quite understand it myself,"
admitted the fllmflammer. "I only
know that I feel disgraced if I work
for money honestly."New York
NoTKBiscuits or other pastries
made from stiff dough, that are cut into
shapes for the oven, bake in a hot.oven
This is because the cut surfaces,of the
dough do not sear over, but
In the littl villagLame.Varennee- of
Sainl-Sauveur, in central France, a
fete. is to be. held at three o'clock
there will be a walking race, and the
festivities are to be wound up with a
ball, to which the lame, will Invite
guests less handicapped than them
$10.00 to Be Paid for Series.
TO THE CITIZENS OF BEMIDJI
I am a candidate for mayor and so
licit your votes. Permit me1
that in asking you to vote for me, I
do so, not as a stockholder in a
brewery corporation, nor as a'mem
ber of -the Socialist partyr but as a
free and independent citizen and tax
payer, so that, if elected I will in no
wise be subject to dictation or undue
influences, as to my policy as mayor.
I do-now "stand: and will be in a
position to always'stand absolutely
independent and free-from all such
influences and. i'.'..'*. position to'best
promote all the interests of the city
and a, representative of. all, the peo
ple for the common good,.: v.
By virtue^ of our city charter it
devolves upon the mayor to provide
the city with a competent, vigilant
and efficient police-force that will
effectually and diligently enforce.the
laws and the.ordinances of the ctiy.
Such a force it would be my greatest
effort at all times to maintain.
|f elected, as your executive officer,
I pledge you an administration that
wi|l be, on my part, absolutely free
from ail private pr petty Interests.
With an earnest desire to constantly
administer the affairs of that office
for the common good to the end that
Bemidji as a city may continue to
develope, grow in population, in
commercial importance and all that
will tend to the building up and im
provement? of its institutions and
promote the wellfare, prosperity and
ha ipines8''0 our people.
Very respectfully your,
The Finest Work
20th Century Brmas Works
233 gth Ave. S. Miaa.apoli.
Jn duplicate, each
envezppe marked "Proposal for Timber,
wi be received
at th office the superintendent of the
Bad "Lake .Indian SohoeL Red Lake Min
nesota, until It o'clock noon, central
time^Wednesday, February 19. ISIS, for
the purohase.of approximately 80(1,000
teet 3t dead and down and flre-lnjured
no ^timber on tha Red Lake Indian
ThlS timber is upon tots 1. 2, 3 and
4, Bee. 23: lota 1, 2, 3 and 4 Se, 24,
township,1M- north, range 85 west Lots
1, 2,9 and 4, Sec it lota IV 2, 8 and 4,
Sec. 10 lota 1, 2, I and 4, Sec. 21. town
ship 160 north, range 34 west. The tim
ber offered for sale consists of. White
and %orway pine, approximately two
thirds White pine and, one-third Nor
way. Only dead or fire-injured timber
win be sold. AU of It of good quaUty
and accessible to a railroad, or to Red
Lake. The minimum price* which will
be accepted are 34.00 per M. feet for Nor
way pine and |5.80-per M. for White
pine.. 4"t timber must be cut under
regnilaUona-Arejoribed by the Secretary
of the interior. All timber must be paid
for and ourpriertfr June 1. Itl4. Bidders
must sumnlt, with 0eir bids, a oerUfied
cheek f6r |400 on some .aoivant bank,
payable to the undersigned. Thesis
oheoks will be, returned to the unsuc
cessful bidders, applied toward the pay
ment of timber if bid is accepted and
retained as a forfeit if a bid is accepted
and bidder falls to oomply with the re
auirements of bis bid. ,Tne right to re
fect any- and all bids la reserved. Fur-
Making Use of Penguins.
The most southern industry In the
Vorld is believed to be the strange
business .established on .Macqua'rie
island,- a' barren nesting place for sea
birds, which lies about 750 miles
southeast of Tasmania, the large
Island situated a little soutii of Austra
lia which Is noted for its fine apples,
many sheep and valuable timber, and
as being the birthplace of Mrs. Hum
phry Ward, the" English novelist, Mac
querie island is the home of vast num
bers of penguins, the population of
these big birds being estimated at
80,000,000, on an area of 25,000 acres.
The penguins are boiled In "digesters"
holding about 800 birds at a time, and
when the steam Is turned off and wa
ter pumped Into the bottoms of the
digesters the oil rises to the top and
is drawn off into barrels. It lsensed
by manufacturers of binder twine in
Australia and New Zealand.
For This Series, $5.00.
I hereby announce myself as an
independent candidate for re-election
as alderman or the Third ward, to be
voted upon at the city election to be
held Feb. 38, 1913.
The support of the voters of the
Third ward is respectfully solicited.
The interest of of the ward and the
city in general will receive the best
of my attention if elected.
HOW TO GET STRONG
A Simple Remedy.
Weakness may be caused by a run
down condition, mal-assimilation of
food, lack of iron in the blood or a
result of sickness.'
'j Whatever the cause, we want to
say to every person who needs
strength, you need Vinol, our delic
ious cod liver and iron tonic without
oil, as it is the most efficient'..strength
creator we have in our store.
A case has just come to our atten
tion, from West Baden, Ind. A beau
tiful young lady was a complete
wreck, run-down, worn out and ner
vous, so she had to spend one-third
of her time in bed. Nothing which
was given her did any good until
Vinol was recommended by her drug
gist, which she says did her more
good than all the medicine she ever
took in her life put together, as it
built her up so she is now strong,
well and active.
It is the medicinal elements of the
cods' livers* contained in Vinol aided
by the blood making and strengthen
ing^ properties of ionic iron which
makes it so successful and we will
return your money if it does not help
you Barker's Drug Store, Bemidji,
asqiurtds awl Theatrics!
'BE OUR AGCNT
Wnte fotSpeciftl DISM MI
L. HOFFMANN, GTUMKR
Succettor to Swltk C*ftnpit C*.
7057-9 2nd Ay. &,
The Healing Skin Perfectoi
Never fails to give instant relief and a posi
ttvecure, when usedforEczema, Salt Rheum,
Barbers Itch, Ringworm, Chilblains, Sore
Red Eyelids, Itching Scalp, and all Itching
Irritating Afflictions of the Skin.
AS A TOILET REQUISIT
Eck-O-Lin is unexcelled as a Curative Lo
tion for Chapped Hands, Blackheads, Pimp.
Ms, Removing Tan, Tetter, Rash, Coarse
Rough Skin, and producing that delightful
smooth velvety effect upon the skin and
complexion. For sale by Druggists, 25c
sad 50c per bottle.
row Orateht doet'aet btvo ii.uk b\m iign It Mt
BNOfikoMinneipolitorSt. Paul WboloMl* Orag HOOM,
r we will send a large 12 os. bottle for
IL00 Express Prepaid, address
Eck-O-Lin Remedy Co.
Woolen Mill A
T. rABL f4
FEBRUARY 14, 1013.
A Health Certificate
SThls space reserved by the
Bemidji Townsite & ImprovementCo,
For price of lots terms etc./
INQUIRE OF T. C. BAILEY,
GREAT MASS OF PROOF
Reports of 30,000 Cases of Kidney
Trouble, Some of Them Bemidji
Each of some 6,000 newspapers of
the United States is publishing from
week to week, names of people in its
particular neighborhood, who have
used and recommended Doan's Kid
ney Pills for kidney troubles and ur
inary disorders. This maJs of proof
Includes over 30,000 testimonials..
Bemidji is no exception. Here is one
of the Bemidji cases.
B. Carisch, 621 Fifth St., Bemidji,
Minn., says: "I can still recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills. They have done
me a world of good. The statement
I gave about them in October, 1910,'
still holds good. For many years I
had kidney and bladder trouble. My
back pained me almost constantly
and my kidneys were irregular in ac
tion. I at last procured Doan's Kid
ney Pills and used them. They prac
tically rid my system of kidney com
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents, Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the Unit
Remember the r.ameDoan's
and take no other.Adv.
WAITEDGirl for general house
work. N. L. Hakkerup, 918
WANTEDTwo young ladies want
ed as probationers at Samaritan
WANTEDCook at Svea Hotel,
FOR. SALEDry poplar wood at
$2.5p per cord delivered. Inquir
FOR RENT^Three furnished rooms,
in private family. Steam heat,
telephone and bath.. Inquire 602
Fourth street or phone 783.
FOR RENTFive room house for
$11.00 per month. Phone 167-2.
FOR RENTHouse, call up stairs
over Model Bakery.
LOST AND FOUND
LostBunch keys.- Please return to
Bandages WantedBy the Asso
ciated Charities. Everyone who has
any kind of white cloth, such as Old
table cloths, pillow cases, cheese
cloth or sheets which they aro will
ing to donate please notify Mrs. E.
H. Smith, by phone or mail her a
card. Cloths will be called for.
BOUGHT AND SOLDSecond hand
furniture. Odd Fellow's building,
across from postofflce. phone 129.
And Get Into the Manufacturing Mali
Order business. There is a fortune
to be made. I furnish Formulas for
manufacturing High-Class Family
and Veterinary Remedies, Toilet
Articles, and Household Articles.
Sold under a positive Guarantee, tq be
just as represented I have had 26.
years practical experience.
DR. R. D. EATON
220 Kaeota Block Minneapolis, Minn
Trade-Mark on genuine WJOI
Wool from 11 vi
jhe^p, ao soft dm
imtarv a& il i
F. A. Patrick &
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Townsite 4 Improvement Co.
920 Capital Bank Building