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Hanfdrt IfeoiJioii' Orierruled.
The decision of"Judge Hanford, of
the .United .States,? district court at,
Seattle, depriving Leonard Olson of
his citizenship because of his views
aa:*-Sociaii8t,"waflfreversed this week
by the United. States circuit court of
appeals in 3atu Franciscov The case
was remanded to the federal district
court of Western Washington for a
Attorneys for both sides agreed
to the reversal on the grounds that
no record was kept when Hanford de
prived Olson of his citizenship. This
decision, made about one year ago,
aroused the ire of Socialists and
others all over the United States and
has been a material force in the
spread of the doctrine of recall of
Denying Men the Eight.
The action, of certain senators la
the Minnesota legislature yesterday
who voted against the proposition of
allowing the men of the state to
pass on the question of equal suffrage
at the next election cannot help but
arouse theirfrotthe men who would
like to seethe women given at least
a chance. It was practioally taking
the tight of suffrage, la this one
case away from the men.
It is hard to understand the ground
on which these senators refuse to
allow the men of the state to say
whether- or- not the women shall have
the opportunity to'vote. --The-meas-
ure passed the'house by a good ma
jority, was lost once in- the
by three votes and was brought up
again yesterady. With many of the
senators absent, the bill failed by a
second close vote.
There haa been- a growing sent!
ment the past two years In--'favor of
equal suffrage. -There has been a
strong sentiment this winter of al
lowing :the- men- an opportunity to
pass on the question. The action of
the senators wuo are opposing the
plan is increasing-the feeling that
the-women-o thellttfWare not being1
given a square deal.
Kill the Hoot.
That there is an rundercurrent of
libsdiiafaction among all classes o
citizens in Bemldji, as to the city's
present condition is self evident,
The fact of the matter seems to be
that they are not satisfied.
The underworld operations are.
hero and there- creeping to the sur
face. Recent eruptions have set
people to thinking, and isn't it time
that they, should begin to think?
Isn't it time that they should do
more than that?
They realize that something should
be done. They are awakening to the
fact that it is time to act. Business
and professional men in general in
cluding the newspapers have done
everything possible to hnshup these
nasty little explosions in order to
save the good name of our city.
Many have expressed themselves as
being thoroughly disgusted with the
requests that have been made, and
are being made to assist in covering
up things that should not have hap
pened in the rat place
Suggestions to Bolve these- problems
for the' Olty have been many, and in
each case the solution leads up to
those who. have the affaire of the
city in hand. The people have no
chance ta gat at the root of the evil
directly. Their only recourse Is the
polls. The opportunity to exercise
their right will be extended them
Bemidji haa: reached that stage
where the men in command should
he Independent and fearress, and who
can give it an administration in the
best interest*of the eity as a whole*
These thoughts should hot be-entire
ly fwirotteu when you cast your vote
|10.00 to Be Paid for Serfo.
TO THE CITIZENS OF BEMJpJI
I am a candidate for mayor and so
licit your votes. Permit me to fetate
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 party, but as a
free and independent citizen and tax
payer, so that, if elected I will in no
wise he subject to dictation or undue
influences, as to my policy as mayor.
^b1 ~now stand and will be in a
^position to always stand absolutely
^Independent and free from all such
influences and in a position to best
'promote all the interests-of the city
a representative of all the peo*
pie for the common good.
By virtue of our city charter
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 ^tiy.
Such a force it would be my greatest
effort at all times to maintain.
If elected, as your executive officer,
I pledge you an administration that
will be, on my part, absolutely free
from all private or petty interests*
With: an, earnest desire to constantly
administer the affairs of that office:
for the common good to the end that
Bemldji as a city may continue to
deyelope, 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
happiness of our people.
Very respectfully your,
PW this Series, W
I hereby announce myself ai an
Independent candidate for re-eledtion
as alderman or the Third ward, fo be
voted upon at the city election tb be
held Feb. 18. 1913.
'The support of the voters of! the
Third ward is respectfully-solleUed.
The interest of of the ward and the
city In general will receive the best
of my attention if elected.
Breethe Freely! Clear Stuffed-up,
Inflamed Note and Head and
Stops Catarrhal Discharge. Caret
SUtIM RDXSIB FtTB. 00.
Do* you want
THB BUST OBOCBRIBB
found la Bamldjl
Coma right bar and gat
them, aw prld oursalvai
on havlmg only th bsi
mohy can Itay.
For Thli Series, $10.
AT ONCE! CLOGGED NOSTRILS OPEN,
HEAD COLDS AND CATARRH VANISH
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
atopped-up air passages of the head
will open you will breathe freely
dullness and headache disappear, -y
morning! 'lue catarrh, cold-in-head
or catarrhal sore throat will be ftone.
End such misery how! Get the
small bottle of "Ely's Cream Balm"
at any drug store. This sweet, frag-
Wa ara Jobbers
a aaad to aaad outald of
Baldjl for thaai.
PloaT Supply Btor
Gen Sav You Ifmy
hereby announce that 1 am a can
didate for judge of the Municipal
Court of this City, which office it to
be, filled at the coming-city election,
and I respectfully' solicit the support
of the itixens of Bemidji.
HERBERT J. LOUD.
(Inserted by Hiram A. Simooa, Be
mldji, Minn. Amount Paid, flO.OO.)
Preseata himself* as a Non-Parttean
candidate for Judge of the Municipal
^urt of thi City to be voted for at
the-comfog City Bletion- to be held
on the 18th day of February, 113
Oh thaC26th j^da^ of September,
1U, he#as a|ip*nted by Governor
Bherbajt & sucaeed the late Hon. H.
W. Bhlley, as Judge of the Municipal
Court In thiA City, and has held' the
o10ee' sJhoe that time, and he feels
$aat Wis administration of the affairs
of the office justifies him In asking
the voter*of this city to endorse that
adnriirlatration at the coming elec
0TT0 Q. SCHWAHDT
Dry Oaaa, Bhoaa, ggaoarlaa
W trlva to sell.
THArS NATURAL. k.
Bbt wa atrivharder to plaaae.
Oourtaoua altamtton haa
warn orar may jawalry eaa
J^ i Gvort T. Baker ft Go..
Paid IR00 for Series.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for alderman of the First ward
for re-election to be voted upon at
the regular election held in the city
of Bemldji Tuesday, February 18. 1
respectfully solicit your support.
I JOHN MOBBRO.
Take LAXATIVlfcBROMO Qulatae Tab
lets. Dnjra^u^r^ainon ey If it jBall*
teeure. ml W. OROVBTS slcnature Is on
JBi cannot dance-the-two-step,
^Bu| do not think him. dumb.
Jiwt ask htm tome, plain question
Tou'Jl see him side-step some.
BeggarCan you help a poor gent,
PasserbyHum! What tort 4
fut do yotf all yourselff
BaggarA Indigent, ate.
rant balm dissolves by the heat ot
the nostrils penetrates and heals the
inflamed, swollen membrane which
lines the nose, head and throat
clears tne air passages stops naBty
discharges and a feeling of cleansing,
soothing relief comes immediately.
Don't lay awake tonight struggling
with* head stuffed nos-
trils closed/ hawking and blowing.
Catarrh or a cold, with it's running
nose, foul mucous dropping into the
throat, and raw dryness is distressing
but truly needless.
Put your faith^just oncein
"Ely's Cream Balm" and your cold
or catarrh will surely disappear.
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wak.lf moathly do it moftih
ly. Tha dollars will pll up
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THE BEMIDJI DAILY tlQWXB
k 197 Fourth etiaet. Bemldji.
Cautlen, Not Kindness.
An old couple came in from th
country, wtth a big basket of lunch,
ee the cirena. The lunch waa heavy,
The old wife was carrying It At
they crossed a street, th husbane
held out hit hand and said:
"Gimme that basket, H*nna.M
The poor old woman aurvendarec
the basket with grateful took.
"That's real kind o' ye, Joshua." she
"land!- grunted the old man. "1
wui afeared ye'd git lost"Argonaut
A Matter of Taste.
A man west into a rettanrant r
cently and ordered hla luncheon. Whea
the waiter brought it to him he asked:
"Waiter, la this a pork chop or a
"Can't you tell by th taster asked
"No, I can't." answered th
eating the chop.
"W011, then," said the waiter, "what
difference does it make which It la."-*
WHY THEV RETIRED.
Two gentlemen who wer ptayt&f
cards at a club recently war annoyed
by other members who stood behind
their chairs and Interested themselvea
In the gamo. Finally on of th play
era asked a spectator to play the hand
for him until he returned.
The spectator took th cards
whereupon th first player left the
room Pretty soon the aoond playei
followed the example of the first The
two substitutes played for some time,
when one of them asked the waiter
where the two original players were.
"They are playing cards in th nan
room, sir," was the waiter's reply.
Hew He Got Out of It
th The city editor glanced over
new reporter's manuscript.
"Don't you know, young fellow," he
said, "that not even a defeated pugi
list can lie 'prone on his back.'?"
"This one could," said the new re
porter. "His head had
turned by injudicious praise."
.One Redeeming Trait
TrotterDuring my travels In Italy
was captured, bound and gagged by
Miss HomerHow romantic! Were
they anything like the bandits in the
Trotter-No, indeed. The gaga they
seed were all new.Stray Storlaa.
MOTOY TO LOAS
It matters not wherfe you reside or what yoji want, the merchants below can it get for you at a price that will defy competition. Every merchant is
reliable and will give you the best value for your money.
FOR GOOD THINGS TO BAT
EOS AM) MAMUI1I
S. B. HARTMAN, M. D.
Having* a little* business in one of
the federal offices of the city, after tt
waa finished I fell in conversation with
the official in charge concerning Pe
rvma. I mention his business to show
that the conversation was conducted
with a man of more* than ordinary in-,
telligence, being:, employe of the-gov
ernment who had passed through sev
eral -civil service examinations. i
aid to me, not knowing who I was:
"I, think-a great deal of this patent
medicine business ought to be stopped.
Especially such remedies as Peruna.
Peruna. a you know, is* a sttmuiant!
and contains, eighteen or twenty: per
cent of alcohol. People take it without
knowing what It Is, and such remedies
ought to be- prohibited by law. My
own mother took Peruna once. She had
a- cough* night sweats, was growing
maciated and weak. Several doctor*,
xamined her. The opinion was ex
(pressed several times that she was
going Into conHumptIon. One thought
It was chronic bronchitis. At any rate,
her condition was quite serious. She was
tunable to-getrany relief:
J6HH G. ZDBOLEE.
ODD FELLOW! BTJTIDIHG.
merchandise sales ara alwaya
oa the Increase and each
month has been bettor than
tha last, if you ar not al
ready a customer, you dorhot
know how wall wa can pl
you I* Quality aad aatitfy
.you In quaiLfipqr.
-.._ Minnesota Avnu
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Wrapped in wax Paper.
Bottlad MM and Craam. k
andRBTAT0SR8 & Ik-
front the doc
ifcors she consulted, although she took
their medloines faithfully for nearly a
year. Some one. told her about Peruna,
jwid against ray wish and against the
wfaherof bur family, she began taking
it. At once she improved, and in less
than six months she apparently was
well. We did all we could to. discour
age her In taking Peruna, but she per
sisted. It finally came out In the mag
.elzines that'Peruna contained aleohoL
T?hen we knew at once what it was
that benefited my mother, it was sim
ply the alcohol that Peruna contained.
We had the laugh on mother. We have
not ceased to make fun of her yet about
her being cured with a dilution of alco
hol. She seems to be embarrassed by
For This Series, $10.00
1 hereby announce that I am a
candidate for the office of judge of
the municipal court of the city of
to be held on the 18th day of Feb
I respectfully solicit the support
of the voters of Bemldji.
JOHN F. GIBBONS.
Dray and Tramafer
8AFB AND PIANO MOVING
Bemidji, at the coming city election, .Bemldji, at the coming city election
to be held in and for said city on the
18th day of February, 1913.
I respectfully solicit the support
of the people of Bemldji.
JOHN L. BROWN.
fit Amrlea Avenue
ORla Phoa 11
All kind *t bnUding ma
teriai, aa much or as lltUe as
JfT. BJLAIEI RETAIL IUH
Coal and wood aiao for sale 4
MinnesoU Ave. and R. R. 8.
BEMinji mmo HOUSE
14 Minnesota Av., Bamldjl
Wholesal and retail Pia
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Roses Par Doses.
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Pink and White
RUamay ....11.6d to!2.
k Camatloxw a&colora 81.
Beddln* PTanta la Seaaon.
A. E. Webatar Phone 16.
Alcohol I Pe^ti-na--
our teasing her, but is r stubboni.
She mm that if she. ware to be sick
the same way again sh would cer
tainly get Peruna and take it, alcohol
or no alcohol. So you see If people will
persist in such foolishness there ought
to be a law to prevent them." __^
I ventured to interpose a .uestton.
Ton say the doctors could not. cure
her. and yet you say Peruna did cure
hr. What difference does it make to
you whether it was alcohol or some
other drug- that effected the cuTrr
"Well, I don't know that it snakes ahy
difference, but It Is deceiving the people
to give them alcohol even, though it
does cure them," he said.
I replied. "Why, .1 cannot ex
aetly understand that Alcohol
is a drug, the same as qui
ntal or morphin. If alcohol cures
certain diseases where Is the deception?
I understand that the Peruna people
print on the label ofa each bottle the
per cent- of alcohol contained in Peru
na, jEaeh patient may read it, if he
pleases, i cannot s whera^her# i
any deception." '^:-:^*%r:s
Wll, I would not talc Paruna,''
h persisted. '"Now, I was sick, I had a
I stomach disease. A violent pain, that
would come on-about ajn hour or "two
after eaoh meal. It s^y %prW iimd
worse. I was also cohstlpSted. I con
sulted several doctors in bur city about
my health. I went to see a pw^Inent
specialist New York City, paid out a
great deal 4)t money, but nor'hlj|i One
time I was having a bad spell n the
train. The gentleman who occupied
the naxt eat was a retired physician
with whom I had been acquainted. He
said to me, friend, it ybif ynirii to
get well I would advise you to take a:
glass of lagrer beef'before each mea^
think that will cur you.' Having fol-
physicians without any assistanc^^t
thought I would try the heer,:"-'Wi
Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1913
For This Series, $10.00
1 hereby announce that I am a
candidate for the office of judge of
the municipal court of the city of
I l. t. LAHE
Furniture, Rugs and Stovea.
Phon all 173-2.
823 MinnesoU Ave.
SAT0BJBAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1913.
Wholesalers and Retailers
Service and satisfaction. Mall
Orders given that same ser
vie you get In person.
kThir*St. Bemldji, Mtnn.
GVKHTHKH ft IDBLHOEN
Contractors and Builder
Phones 481. 876.
*Tes, I. suppose ao."
*Pive per ceht. ^wouleVlM one-twen
tieth. As each pint contains sixteen
ounces you were then taking,a little less
than an ounce of alcohol before
lowed the directions of several goc& talning 4cohdL "Without stopping to
look Into the matter at all. you hav
very short time I found it was hetpinsr
me, and I got entirely well.. My bowels
became regular and I had no more
pain. No more distress after meals.
Now, If my mother had used some
remedy like that it would be all right.
But to persist in using seme secret
remedy like Peruna,-I think It is out
Again I ventured to ask some ques
tions. I asked: "What do you sup
pose it was in the lager beer that ef
fected thl cure?"
"Why, I presume it was th stimulant
it contained. Yes, no doubt It was the
"You know, of course, that the stim
ulant in beer is alcohol, the same as in
wine or whiskey or any other alco
"Yes, I have heard say that beer con
tains about five per cent of alcohol.
"That I correct," I replied. "You
took a bottle Of beer before each meal,
"Yes." "In doing so you were drinking a pint
of a flv per cant solution of alcohol."
"But"?iyou objected to yotur
taking alcohol In the Peruna*.and yt
she was taking far less alcqhol tlaw
were. As I understand 'it the dosVoi
Peruna Is one tablespoonful. Supposing
It Yb be twenty per cent alcohol, there
would be' in each dose one-fifth of a
tablespbbhful of alcohol, which would
be about half a teaspoonful, while yon
were taking at least four teaspoonfuls
of alcohol in your bottle of beer. And
yet you.objected to your mother's-:tak-
ing Peruna on the: ground that the Pe
runa contains -alcohol. In opinion
it was the alcohol that cured both of
you. Your -mother evidently was cured
of a very serious ailment. Peruna con
tains alcohol. It was undoubtedly the
alcohol that cured her, or at least
helped to. The other Ingredients of
Peruna might have* assisted, tia doubt'
did. In your case it was the alcohol in
the beer that cured you of the stom
ach difficulty. Peruna has cured
thousands .of such cases."
"TJfeil, I deciare," he replied, *T nvr
thought of- it-: -that*. way before.
There has been so much said about al*
cohol being -poisonous- that' I suppose
my mind has been prejudiced against
It. But If as you say- there Is also
alcohol in beer, the same kind of aloo*
hoi. as 1$. used in Peruna^I cannot Sje..
whei-J^the atfference is myself."
"Well," I replied, "you hare ben
doing exactly what the average man
and woman is doing. Tou hare al
lowed ..your jpid?-io. become preJudloiBd^
against Peruna on account of Its con-
bly disreputable about remedies con
taining alcohol. -The fact-is, however,
that most all fluid medicines, whether
prescribed by a doctor or .put up a av.
patent medicine, contain a certain
amount of alcohol. It was -alcohol that
cured your mother. It was alcohol4hat
Cured you. In my opinion, alcohol In
.some form or other- isv inaking mofr
cures than all other, drugs combined.
This is not saying, however, that Pe
runa contains only alc hoi, for It doB
contain excellent remedies besides al
cohol.' But I do contend that the alco
hol in Perunais not only not harmful'tb
those who take it, but if taken in th
doses prescribed on the bottle it will do
a great deal of good .and-there-la not
the slightest danger of forming a
drug habit" PERUNA IS FOR SA&B
AT A^L DRUG STORES.
SPECIAL NOTICE!Many .person*
are making inquiries for the old
time Peruna, Tb -such would say,
this formula is now put out under the
name of KA-TAR-NO, manufactured
by KA-TAR-NO Company, Columbus.
Ohio. Write them and they will b
pleased to send you a free booklet
R. F. MURPHY
OfnTgi nrsMiii Av.
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