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Communications for tin
tlon ln-the ourrent Issue.
One menth Hy oamHar
There months, postage
Mi monthaj posts** MU
0e year, postage paid
Bight pages, eon
of the week..
Our New Express Rates.
Every man can now find out any
express rate for himself with the aid
of the remarkable rate tables which
the Interstate Commerce Commis
sion has recently compiled. This
valuable document has been printed
as a government publication, and
anyone who patronizes the express
companies to any extent should have
one in his possession. It is on sale
at cost by the Superintendent of
.Documents, Washington, D. C.
Until the government, compilation
was made there were some 900,000,-
000 separate rates published by the
express companies in hundreds of
books and pamphlets. It was abso
lutely impossible for any ordinary
shipper to calculate a rate tor him
self. It was next to impossible for
even the agents of the express com
panies to do so correctly, and as a
result complaints of overcharges
and undercharges (mostly over
charges) were filed with the commis
sion by the tens of-thousands.
The government statisticians
have now reduced these 900,00.0,000
rates to less than 650,000. This has
been done by dividing the country
into territorial blocks. By means of
rate tables which are made up of key
numbers any person can find in five
minutes the exact express rate on a
package of any Bize between any two
points in the United States.
The new rates to which these
tables relate, will go into effect Octo
ber 23. They offer to the. consumer
the first real relief ever given from
the extortionate exactions of the
express companies, who, having mon
opolized a field that ought rightful
ly to be filled by the* railroads -and
the postoffice, have been able to take
from commerce vast fortunes for the
few individuals who own most of the
Many of the cuts are drastic. Oth
ers are left at about their present
level. In some instances express
rates have been raised by the new
order. But the whole system of rates
has been worked out in a scientific
way and with an eye single to the
interests of the people.
It may take the country some
months of experience to find out the
advantages of the new rates. But
vfrom an extended and careful study
"of the new rates the following gen
eralization can be stated as approx
1. Parcel post rates Vre lower
than the net express rates on rail
packages weighing .five pounds or
less being shipped to any distance.
2. Parcel 'post rates are lower
than the new express rates on all
packages weighing 20 pounds or less
-being shipped any distance up to
3 "The fflew express rates are*
lower than parcel post rates on
packages weighing over five pounds
shipped to any distance and on
packages weighing over 20 pounds
shipped 150 miles or 'farther.
It will he seexr-that the effect of
this order will be to give the parcel
post a monopoly of the small pack-!
age business and a monopoly of
tpaekages weighing up to 20 pounds
"for *hort distances. The express
companies must take the long haul
business, which is the less profitable.
IL i' i. in
LAST OF THE GROW IN-
Saginaw, Mich., Aug. 26.
The last of the Crows Is dead.
*Oa *e*ef*atiMi ftaar ttagl
naw, Lueke itefinsep, an In
ftttt, aatd to be 120 years of
aga, passed away. He -was
blind lor the last three, years.
While JODM .people doubted
that the indiaa was as old as
ha cralrned t be, 1t w%a fen
nsrally believed that he ^was
JMlohlgatt'a oldest inhabitant
*f 0* of hisitfoas is 'reportad to
^aalaaty vaara old.
THE Monro DAILY PIONEER MARRIES HtS GIRL ACCUSER
0 0. SI
ef Congress if Kejwh
ll*hsd wyittwiMMm aaoeyt.annday
0 *wiynwu e*n~-
tributtons. ^Writer*'* name must be
4.00 1.00 1.00
of the week Publishe every
IMS PAPER REPRESENTED FORFOREIGN
ADVERTISING BY THE
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
Let Angeles Millionaire Releasee!
From Jail for Wedding.
Los Angeles, Aug. 25.Carol Ma
son, the fifteen-year-old girl who, af
ter a mysterious disappearance from
aer borne was found last week 'in a
lodging house at Hawthorne, a 'sub
urb, was married to Robert W. Bur
ton, a millionaire of this city, who
was arrested on a statutory charge
after the girl had told her story to
Burton was released from the coun
ty Jail just before the ceremony,
Senator's Clerk Fatally ShoM
Washington, Aug. 25.Francis A.
Jbailiy, a personal stenographer to
Benator Bristow of Kansas, was shot
and probably fatally wounded on the
street. On his way to the hospital
Reilly accused his chum, R. H.
ehults, of the shooting. Two bullets
took effect In Reilly's. body, both be
i fired at such close range ,thsj
clothing took Are.
BARE JEWEL THIEVES' TRUST
European Detectives Claim Evidence
of Gigantic Combine.
London, Aug. 25.Detectives of sev-
%n European countries who are
searching for a $750,000 pearl neck
lace, stolen during transit from Paris
to London, profess to have evidence
feat there is a gigantic "trust" of
gajgel thieves at work Internationally.
e\ least six "gangs" are known as
ibers of the trust, including two
terican organizations. The profits Steel
&- the organization are said to
tiled $2,000,000 a year.
tOW BID FOR ARMOR PLATE
This Big, Progressive Store on Nicollet Avenue
At Fifth Street Cordially Invites You to Use Its
Free rest rooms and writing
-Free.checking rooms where
your parcels and personal
baggage may be left
Government Saves Large Sum onNew
Washington, Aug. 25.A contract
for 3,900 tons of armor plate for the
newest American dreadnought, now
wider construction, was awarded by
the navy department to the Carbon
Steel company of Pittsburg at-fM'7.04
per ton, a reduction of $96.99, or 36
per cent, under the last accepted bid
for this material.
The Carbon company, which hereto
fore has not sought a large govern
ment contract, andvthe Carnegie Steel
company were the-only bidders. The
Carnegie bid was not made public.
Secretary Daniels attributes the sav
rag of $378,261 to the government on
this contract to the agitation in favor
of establishing a naval armor plate
0R0ZC0, SR., ONE OF THEM
Peace Commissioners Reported Slain
by Mexican Rebels.
New Orleans, Aug. 25.The bodies
of Pascual Orozco, Sr., and other
peace commissioners, riddled with
bullets, were found in the streets of
Huautla, Guerrero, when the federal
troops forced' an entrance into that
town, according to a special cable
dispatch from Mexico City to the
According to the cable Zapatista
prisoners told the soldiers that Emi
liano .Zapata slew the commissioners
with his own hand while he was in
a frenzy of anger at having been
forced to- abandon the retreat which
had served him in many times of
stress during the. two years be hjM
been closely pursued.
GOOD FOit 5 VOTES
Cast these votes for No
k This coupon when neatly cut out, brought or mailed to the W. G.
Schroeder store on or before February 14th 1914 will count as five
-k votes for the person represented by the above number.
The Bemidji Pioneer Pub. Co.
GO TO BATCHELDER^S
GOOD GROCERIES AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE
PRE5H EdQS AND BUTTER
117 Minnesota Ave. Phone 180
Come to the State Fair
And Visit the
Where ymtrddlarikm ab
Post office on main floor.
Be sure to visit the cool,
pure food restaurant that
serves 1800 to 3000 people
Six floors of merchandise.
To every adult who visits this store the first week in September,
we will give FREE a useful, serviceable souvenir worth coming for.
ASK FOR THEM
43 Departments of General Merchandise, Including
DRESS GOODS SILKS COATS SUITS MILLINERY
UNDERWEAR CARPETS FURNITURE
One price to all and money refunded cheerfully
Makes this a safe 'store to trade with. N purchase is considered
completed until the customer is absolutely satisfied
Hamline, Midway between
Minneapolis and St. Paul
ember 1-6, inclusive
Tak the family and attend the annual
Minnesota State Fair. There will be
many things entirely new this year.
Ample entertainment for everybody
your complete enjoyment has been
GoM the Fair
EiJef0ody'H be there
Call andl see me about your railroad
ticket. Remember this is the route of
the famous "Great Big Baked Potato."
_# R. E. Fjsher^l'fl1"
Joint Ticket Agent Union Depot,"*''
MINNESOTA & INTERNATIONAL BY,
W.fl. GEMMELL, Genersl Manager BRAINERD
A. M. CLELAND, General Passenger Agent, ST. PAUL.
TEE BSIOnJI DAILY PIOHBH,
HELP WANTED IN BEMIDJI
And Furnished By the Help, of Bem
Wt^ idji People.
Those who suffer with kidney
backache, urinary Ills or any little
kidney or bladder disorder, want kid
ney help. W&o can better advise than
some Bemidji resident, who has also
suffered, but has had relief. Bem
idji peonle recommend Doan's Kidney
Pills. Here's one'case and there are
Oliver GordJwuner, carpenter, 1200
Dewey avenue,,|Bemidji, Minn., says:
"Some years ago I was annoyed by my
kidneys. It hujet to stoop or lift
and in the morntng, I felt stiff and
lame. I used two boxes jot Doan's
Kidney Pills .and they gave me
strength. This remedy can be pro
cured at Barker's Drug Store.''
^hen Your Back is JjameRe
member the Uame." Don't simply
ask for a kidney remedyask dis
tinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills, the
same that Mr. Gordhamer had-the
remedy hn-keo by home teKtimotty.
f0c all i-iores. Foster-Milburn to
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
W_^ THE BBAND. A
XsMMtllAMONl Aak y*ar Bramli for
PHI* in Re4 oTttsla metallic
bpxe?, sealed, with JRUm Ribbon.
Take vtker. Buy mfjmur
Offload19 Itraml Java.
TRY A WANT AD
Dry Goods, Shoes, Groceries
My name is.
$ SAVE YOUB MOHE
Regularly -and~ systiematl
cally. If you receive your pay
weekly, lay some aside each
week, if monthly do it month
ly. The dollars will pile up
Now is the time to open
bank account with the
ECUBITY STATE BANK
merchandise sales are always
on the increase and each
month has been better than
the last. If you are not al
ready a customer, you do not
know how well we can please
you in quality and eatisfy
you in quantity.
3EMnJ MUIIC HOUSE
117 Third Street, Bemidji.
Wholesale and .retail Pla-.
nos, Organs and 3ewing
J. BISIAR, MANAG^tl.
GUEHTHEE & MEHLHOBN
43oatnetors Jtnd Builders
Phones 481, 876.
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OTT O G.
MEMO YOUR HARNESS WITH
THE SPEEDY STITCHER
We want every reader of the Pion
eer to have of shese [Speedy
Stitchers Absolutely Free.
The Speedy Stitcher is the latest
Invention and the
most effective of .*__ r% ajaa
fqrm of an Auto
matic Sewing Awl
ever offered. Its
.simplicity makes it a thoroughly not find in any $1.00 Awl.
practical tool for any and all kinds "*e
of repair work, even in the hands
of the most unskilled. With this
Awl you can -mend- harness, shoes,
tents, awnings,, pulley belts, carpets,
addles, suit cases, or any heavy
The Speedy Stitcher is provided
with a set of diamond pointed
grooved needles Including a special
Thse Who Are Prompt
Rural Route State.
Merchants Who Want Your Business
It matters not where you reside or what you want, the merchants below can get it for you at a price
that will defy competition. Every-merchant is reliable and will give you the best value for your money
Do you want
THE BEST GROCERI ES
found In Bemidji
ttome right hers and get
them, as we pride ourselves
on having only the best
money ean buy.
Idj .Minnesota, BemidJi
.-and FARM IMPLEMENTS
The Hardware Merchant
For a dry and safe place to
jrtore your Household Goods,
etc., see us. Rates Reason
JOHN G. ZIEGLER.
Ofloe. Oid Fellows BaildinR.
All ^lnfls of building ma
terlal, as much or as little as
you like at the
ST. HXLAIEE RETAIL LUM
|BER COMPANY. i
Goal-and wood also for sale
Minnesota Ave. and R. R. S.
Wholesalers .and Retailers
Service and satisfaction. Mall
Orders given that same sear-
.1* vice you get In person.
v'2* ^BARKER 'S
Third ^t. Bemidji, Minn.
k ,,'u ..$
I Am -at all tfmes .in 4he
market for *even foot Jack
-*^Plne A^ Tmaraok Posts.
^*"Call andHMe^ne. *r.'"^^ f.tk
Batohelder'i fflenfral Store.
$$- BBMmr Mism.
i i 'Jf
needle for tapping shoes. It also
contains a large bobbin from which
the thread feeds, all of which are
enclosed inside the handle out of the
way. This Awl has
BEMIDJI PIONEER PUBLISHING CO., Bemidji, Minn.
a tension which
O enablesyou yostitch. to
features you will
T-0 0 Awl
will give one of these excellent
Speedy Stitchers absolutely free to
anyone who will send us $1.60 for
one year's subscription to The Week
ly Pioneer, or $2.00 for six months
subscription to the Daily Pioneer. If
you are at present a subscriber, send
the above amount for renewal. Kind
ly use the coupon below and be sure
to send your order in today before
you forget it.
Bemidji Pioneer Pub. Co.
Dear SirEnclosed find $....... for one year's subscription to The
Weekly Pioneer, or six months to the Dally Pioneer. For my promptness-
send me postpaid, free of charge your Speedy Stitcher.
We strive to sell
But we strive harder to
THAT' S SERVICEplease.
Courteous attention has
won over wany Jewelry cus
tomers to us.
George T. Baker & Co.
FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT
ROE AND MARKUSEM
"TH EY BEAT."
207 Fourth street, Bemidji.
We are Jobbers
Mo need to send outside of
Bemidji for them.
Pioneer Supply Store
Can Save You Money
BEMXDJI PIONEER PUB. CO.
J. f. LAHR
Stoves, Furniture, Rugs and
Phone call 178-2.
823 Minnesota aye.
*^-v Manufacturers and
lee Cream, Bakery Goods
^cmfectionery and Fonn
MONDAY, ATJGTJ3T 25, Iffi
L0DGED0M IN BEMIDH.
a, o. v. w.
Bemidji Lodge No
177. Regular meetlnf
nightsfirst and third
Monday, at 8 o'clock,
at Odd Fellows hall,
402 Beltrami Ave.
B. P. O. E.
Beoildji Lp4ge No. 1O6I
-KeeaUar jneetir aighti
ttrst and tMird Thursday*
8 o'clockat ESlks halt
every aecono uJ fou^tl
Sunday evenlAg, at I
o'clock i i}ii.!HjiFr. o'
"Meeting olxitta ev*ry
second and fourth Monda
evening/*, at Odd Fellow*
T. O. 3S.
Regular meeting night*
every 2nd and 4th Wednes
uay evening at S o'clock.
and third Saturday after
noon*, at 2:80r^at Odd Fel
lows Balls, 40Z: p^itmmi
X. O. O. 7.
Bemidji Lod^e No. lie
Regular meeting sight*
nevery Friday, 8 o?eVc
at Odd Fellows ^all
Rebecca Lodge Regular
third Wednesday at 8 o'clock.
I. O. O. F. HaU.
zsnosTc or mtmiA9
Bemidji Lodge No. 4l
Regular meeting nlght*rnx
ery Tuesday evening a,t I
a'clock^-at the Eaglea* J^all,
XUkJUlMM 0 7 TE1 M^O-
Regular meeting tB^fht
last Wednesday evening
in. each month.
A. F. ft A. JO.-, Bemidji,
tii. Regular meeting
nights first and' third
Wednesdays, 8 o'elocjt-r-at
Masonic Hall, Beltrami
Ave., and Fifth St,
Bemidji Chapter No. 71,
R. A. M. Stated convocation*
first and third Mondays, I
o'clock p. m.^t Masonic
Hall Zeltraml Ave., and Fifth
Blkanah Commandery No. B6
K. T. Btated conclavesecond
and fourth Fridays, $ o'clock
p. m.at Masonic Temple, Bel
traml Avef and Fifth 3t.
Regular meeting nights ea
the first and third Thursdays
in the 1. O. O. F. Hall at I
at. a. A.
Roosevelt, No. 1528. Regu
lar meeting nights, second
and fourth Thursdays of
each month at eight o'clock
in Odd Fellows Hall.
Bemidji Camp No. 5011.
Regular meeting nights
first and third Tuesdays at
8 o'clock at Odd Fellow*
HaU, 40S Beltrami Ave.
O. E. S. Chapter No. "171.
Regular meeting night*'
first and third Fridays,
o'clock at Masonic HaU.
Beltrami Ave., and Fiftfc
ion or a
Meetings held thlrs
Sunday afternoon of each
month at Troppman't
Meetings the first .Friday
evening of the month at
the home of Mrs. H. F.
Schmidt, I0( Third street
BISIAR & ENGLAND
117 3rd St Bmldjl.
Real Estate, Loan*,
and General Insur
ance. ^H^ "Y,
Choice Farm Lands and City property
for sale on easy terms See us 'before
buying elsewhere, and save money.
Duluth'a Largest andBestHotel
More than $100,000.00 recently expended
baths. 60 sample rooms. Every modern
convenience: Luxurious and del
restaurants and'bnfet, FlemShTKooin!
Palm Room. Hen's Grill. Ooloffial'BfcSeti
Magnificent lobby apd nublte rSs
Ballroom, banquet rooms end private
tpry. Located in heart of business sec
tion but overlooklpgthe harbor and Lake
Superior. ConvenienTto vrersthing.
Om of thi Brett Hitils if tfce feriftftist
STOVE WOOD F08 SADB
BUNDLE^WOOD, 12-20 in. long
7th St. beyond, $2.50
^Delivered to Nywore, $&QQ0jid
BLOCK WOOD sMfe
^eUvered to Mm,
7Ui St., beyond, $2.25
Delivered to Nymore, $1.75 and
?a Telephone Orders Nc 82^^'i
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