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The Bemidji Daily Pioneer
THE BEMIDJI FIOVBSB FOB. CO
Publishers ana proprietor*
Entered at the post office at Bemidji
Minn., as second-class matter, under Act
of Congress at March 3, 1879.
Published every afternoon except Sunday
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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 $1.50 in advance.,
HIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOH FOREIGN
ADVERTISING BY THE
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
Tomorrow is Easter Sunday and
Bemidji pastors and others have de
signated the day as "Go to Church
Sunday." Every church in the city
should, he filled to its oitmost capac
ity at every service tomorrow.
Meim'bers of the University of Min
nesota ifiactuly claiim that the new
rule alilowing high school graduates
to enter the 'university withou't
scholarship requirements will mean
a freshman class 10 to 15 per cent
larger than formerly. They also
charge that as conditons now exist
the first year students are not giv
en sufficient individual instruction,
because of the overcrowded condition
of tlhe classes, and more assistance is
needed. If this is true, a request
for added instructors should be in
corporated in the next budget. The
university is the state's place for
educating its hoys and girls, and
Minnesota can well afford to ipro
vide necessary room and instructors
Pay at Ticket Window
Pew 'people who travel realize
bhat they mrake a (mistake detrimen
tal to itiheir progress of their home
city when they fail to purchase tic
kets before hoarding a train, and in
stead are perfectly willing to pay
the conductor. Every dollar paid
in fares on a train deprives Bemidji
or any other cdty of just that much
credit for the passenger (business it
gives to the railroad, and in this
way lessens it changes for recogni
tion when occasion calls for improve
ment in its ralway accommodations,
when one leaves the city he should
ibuy his ticket at the window, wihere
it will be recorded to the credit of
Beanidji and help shows its proper
standing as a railroad centre. In
this way you ia(ssist both the con
ductor and hoost Be/midji. The re
sults to be obtained will be surpris
"The Status of Women"
One of the ctliief sessions of the Na
tional Educational association (meet
ing whiich is to be held in St. Paul
next July will be that devoted to
"The Status of Women." Women
made famous by educational work
vaiious parts of the country
will be in attendance and will give
addresses. Among the women of
national fame who will speak on
these subjects are Mrs Lois Kimiball
atlhews, dean of women, University
oi Wisconsin Soiphronisha Preston
Bieckenndge, assistant professor of
social econoimy, University of Ohica-
i, Fmma M. Perkins, professor of
1 if in. Women's College, Western
R/serv University, Cleveland, and
i\ ary Wooley, president Mount
Ilolyoke College, South Hadley,
Vmss Among other noted women
who will haive places on the various
niograms of t(he meetings will be
L'iel!a A Palmer, assistant director
ol kindergartens, public schools,
Now York City Alys Bentely, Ethi
cal Culture School, New York City
llaiy s. iMcMurphy, Derry, N. H.
K.rir.a Brock, High school, Oak
land, Cal. Amy Louiise Daniels,
University of Missouri, Columbia,
Mo Mrs A. Hawkins, San Fran
cisco, Elizabeth E. Parrell, Inspector
of Ungraded Glasses, New York
City Mary R. Camp-bell, leoturer on
Education of Sub-normal Children,
Milwaukee, Wis. Mrs. William 3.
Hefferan, National Congress of
Mothers, Chicago. Mary E. Bates, M.
Denver, Col. Mrs. Maggie W.
Barry, North Texas College. Sher
man, Texas Margaret A. Haley,
Teachers Federation, Chicago, and
many other well known educators
and club women.
A /majority of the men one meets
boldy declare that hereafter they are
going tto vote for the 'best men, re
gardless of party.'Faiwnount Sen
After a lively 'time, W. S. Ham
mond of St. James was indorsed for
the Democratic nomination for Gov
ernor ithe state Democratic confer
ence on Tuesday. The Democrats
have made a good selection, but
much oil will hiave to 'be poured up
on (the trouibled waters before there
rWill be much hope for winning..
Governor Eberhart's efficiency
commission is Showing that it takes
the job seriously and is evolving a
plan for running the business of the
state in a businesslike manner. It
is no small job these men have
tackled and it will take time to
change such a vast business as the
State of Minnesota carries on from
the loose system that has been in
vogue to an intelligent, 'business-like
one. Any plan that may he proposed
is pretty sure to .be opposed .pol
and "the interests" as tres
passing on their private preserves
and wie look for a hard time passing
anything through the Legislature
that will have a tendency to take
any of the fat jobs out of politics.
However, it will in time be done,
and the honor will be forever Eb
erhart's as the commission was his
idea.HMl city News.
AN EASTER, POEM
[Copyright. 1914, by American Press Asso
sodden earth, a
pail of cold gray
A dreadful silence,
save the dirge of the wail
ing wind's last sigh
A dreary void, all colorless
no vibrant life doth thrill
Across the widening wilder
nessthe far dim stars
Beneath the bare, entombing
earth a germ of life is
In graveclothes, till an inward
thrill, and cerements are
And groping roots reach out
to grasp the bosom of the
And upward springs a bud
ding plant with leaves
like wings unfurled,
Upon its head a coronal of
glittering rainbow hue,
Like saint with fabled aure
olea lily crowned with
HE heart's a tomb, all
Long hid beneath the
Of Doubt and vanity and
And yet beneath this moun
A spark divine with power
When from the tomb the stone
From unseen roots of Faith
The leaves of Hope, fast
And then a wondrous flower
The flower of Loveand
from the tomb
The soul has risen. Thus re
Dost doubt the resurrection
The J&teet idea among English
women is posing for photographs
hiile lying in bed.
n now and then, tf^
with a gentle
cathartic Dr. }&
Pierce's Pleas- i
up and invigor- a
-r ate liver and xs
bowels. Be sure
you get what
you aak for. $f
\Thts Typewriter has Ball Bearings at
ail fricUonal points
Write for catalog.
If it isn't ball bearing, it isn't an L.. C. Smith & Bros.
Housings CAST -IRON Cracked or
Broken Cylinders, Water Jackets,
Frames* Brackets, Gearing, Engine
Bed Plates. STEEL Frames for Autos
Write us for complete information.
BEMIDJI AUTO CO.
BUOWI DAILY PIOTOI
The-women who have used
ATlTFRnnnn *#r. Pierce's Favorite
WWWtWW Prescription will tell you
wmmamm^mmm ^that it freed them from pain
helped them over painful periods in
their lifeand saved them jnanyaday
of anguish and misery. This tonic, in
liquid form, was devised over 40 years
ago for the womanly system, by R.V.
Pierce, M, D and has been sold ever
since by dealers in medicine to the
benefit of many thousand women.
A BUSINESS MAN OF MINNEAPOLIS
MR. E. M. TAYLOR, say in a letter to the Peruna Corn-
No. 250 Nicollet St., Minneapolis, Minn, pany, Columbus, Ohio:
"To-day I am in excellent health. Never felt better in my life. I am
glad of this opportunity to say something to all men or women who suffer
from dyspepsia and stomach trouble. I consider Peruna a. great remedy.
It is a godsend."
A new book of interest to all, sick or well, sent free by the Peruna
Nowif you preferyou can obtain DrJ^i
Pierce'* Favorite Prescription tablets t%~
your druggist at $1 per box, also in 60c
size or send SO one cent stamps to Dr,^
R. V.Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. tor trial box.**'
Minneapolis Is a city where they
do things. Stimulated by a vigorous
climate, surrounded by a fertile
country, peopled by the best blood
ot the over crowded east, it is a city
of hustle, of great achievements
conceived and wrought out.
Mr. Taylor, of Minneapolis, Minn.,
is one of this sort of men. A news
paper man. A political worker. An
Englishman by birth. He has been
in this country nineteen yearsT He
has resided in the northwest, Win
nipeg, Fargo, and for the last ten
years in Minneapolis.
Mr. Taylor is a friend of Peruna
and does not conceal his friendship.
He is thoroughly enthused with the
belief that Peruna is a great remedy.
He has aright to feel so. For several
years he suffered with dyspepsia.
This caused him to have very bad
Newspaper advertisements would
never have influenced him to take
Peruna. It was friends that per
suaded him to try the remedy. In
less than a week he needed no more
persuasion. He saw that Peruna
was doing him good. He is able to
don't have to be a mechanic-to know how ball bear
ings decrease friction and prolong the life of machines.
You will find them on almost every kind of machinery
where it is desired to secure the greatest efficiency with the
least wear and tear.
When it comes to typewriters, only" one companyThe
Iy. C. Smith _& Bros. Typewriter Companyhas made use of
this principle. In the three places where there is continuous
motion where, in fact, there is 98 per cent, of the m*otion
the typebar joints, the segment shift, and the carriage return,
there are ball bearings.
They give ease of operation and durability. The touch is
lighter, the capital shift works easier, and the carriage is
L. G. Smith e? Bros. Typewriter Company
Home Office and Factory, Syracuse, N
Branches in all principal citiet
MAIL THIS COUPON
Gentlemen I am interested in a Typewriter for
~Jl General Correspondence Card Writing
3 Baling Tabulating Label Writing
To SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER-CO.
420 Second Ave, So., Minneapolis, Mllnn
YOUR BROKEN PARTS MADE AS GOOD AS NEW
OXY-ACETYLENE Welding and Cutting Process
E WELD cracked or broken
ALUMINUM Crank or Gear
Cases, Manifolds or Rear Axle
The farmer's friend store and
Groceries & Merchandise
ORTABLE WORK* ^:WE have
a portable plant ready to ship
on immediate notice any place
for welding or new patches edge to
edge, re-tdp flues,.
"Our shop Is com-
plete, service prompt. If we do
make a satisfactory weld, we will not
make any charges.
^.V- a* -3-~f~"
I have moved my store tto 321l Minnesota avenue
^One-half cent per word per
issue, cash with copy.^p^f^
Regular charge rate" one
cent per word per insertion. No
ad taken for less than,A10
cents Phone 3ft.
WANTEDGirl for general house
jwork. Mrs. A. Lord. 963 Bel
WANTEDA porter, Hotel Mark
FOR SAiDE40 acres alfalfa and
onion soil eight miles from Be
midji on Lake George Auto road
mile west of Lake Plantaganet.
^Fifteen acres have been cleared,
hut three kept under cultivation.
Nice bunch of timber, jack pine,,
-birch, poplar. Worth $800, will
sell for $600, $150 down, balance
(pay as you want to. Is your eye
sight good? Paul Sanford, care of
FOR SALEI have the following
farm machinery to exchange for
live stock, one two horse corn cul
tivator, one, one horse corn culti
vator, one potatoe sprayer, Tw
farm wagons, Two one-horse bug
gies, one garden drill, one, twoTOR
horse Kentucky single disk harrow
_. and other farm machinery. W. G.
PAINTING AND KALSOMININGI
use alabastine only for wall finish.
All material used ih me is ipnrohas
ed of oar home dealers. I would
be pleaded (to Jiave you inform
yourselves as to the quality I use.
Frank Bridges, Park ~ave. and
17bh Phone 687.
FOR SALE40 acres in city limits
1 1-2 miles east of new mill has
house barn and well on place with
some clearing cheap if taken at
once. Inquire at 1317 Beltrami
or Phone 488.
FOR SALESmall harn. Suitable
ifor ganaige, must be moved at
once. Inquire of Oscar Miner,
1100 Beltrami avenue.
FOR SALEOne six-room modern
cottage auto barn, sheds, base
ment and cellar, 2 lots, 2400. See
D. R. Burgess.
FOR BARGAINSIn acres and sub
urban properties SBe. I. G. Hay
eraft, 903 11th St. Phone 807
GOR SALEOne six-room cottage,
partly modern. 2 lots on cornor
6th and Irvine Ave. 1500. See
D. R. Burgess.
FOR SALEFine home on Bemidji
Ave. Strictly modern 9 rooms
lot 75x140. Bi Bargain. A. A.
FOR SALERubber' stamps. The
Pioneer will procure any kind of
rubber stamp for you on short no
FOR SALEOak water barrels 75
cents each delivered to your home
Model Mfg. Co.
FOR SALESmith Premier type
writer, $25.00. Model Mfg. Co.
FOR RENT800-acre farm with'ser
viceable buildings. About 580
good smooth hay land. Terms,
acres under cultivation. Balance
good smooth hay land. Terms
one-fourth share net to owner de
livered at elevator. Good place
for som one having a bunch of
horses. Some contractor should
Took this up. Write or call on
Morkassel & Eneix, Warren, Minn.
There Is more Catarrn In this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last 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. Sciencehas 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,
the only Constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken internally^in doses
from ten drops to a teaspoonfuL It
acts directly on-the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. They offer one
hundred dollars for any case It falls to
cure. Send for circulars and testimon
Address: vF. J. CHENEY ft CO., To
Sold by Druggists, 76c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
CHICHESTER S PILLS
W TIIK1 BRAND. M.
TRK ]lAMONI BRAND.
CkLeiMSfrterel 1'IIIs in Red
Take no other.
DUJIti FUND KRANU piu8,w
to be a
Mechanic or SalesmanBig
PayGood automobilemen al
ways in demand. Let us teach
you. No booksor blackboards
used. Our modern school now
In operatfon, day and night
One-half cent per word per
issue, cash with copy.
*^i Regular charge rate ,onc
cent per word per insertion. No
ad taken for lees than 10
cents Phone 31. if
WANTEDTo rent, house inside of
tenth street, and not west of Min
nesota, Ave., Calbphone 38 W. W.
good horse by
WANTEDSecond hand household
goods. M. E. Ibertson.
LOSTSilver gray angora cat. Re
turn for reward. Phone 575.
F^MS FOB SALE.
FOR SALEThe S.W. 1/^ of the S
E. i^ of Section 21-146-32. This
forty has.a fair house and barn
and a few acres under cultivation
and is on a mail, telephone and
cream route. Price ^20.00 pei
acre. Time given to^uit purchaser
Interest 6 per cent. For furthei
particulars call' on or address A
Kaiser, Bagley, Minn.
SALE120 acres farm land,
about 500 cords wood half ha
land on good stream one mile from
a town terms liberal price 12 1-2
pr. acre. W. G. Schroeder.
FOR SALETypewriter ribbons for
every make of typewriter on the
market at 50 cents and 75 cente
each. Every ribbon sold for 76
cents guaranteed. Phone orders
promptly filled. Mail orders giveii
the same careful attention as when
you appear in person. Pohne 31
The Bemidji Pioneer Office Suppl
ADVERTISERSThe great state of
North Dakota offers unlimited op5
portunities for business to classi
fied advertisers. The recognized
advertising medium in the Fargo
Daily and Sunday Courier-Newe
the only seven-day paper in the
state and the paper which carries
the largest amount of classified
advertising. The Courier-Newe
covers North Dakota like a blank
et reaching all parts of the state
the day of publication It is the
paper to use in order to get re
sults rates one cent per word first
Insertion, one-half cent per word
succeeding insertions fifty cents
per line per month. Address tbf
Courier-News, Fargo, N. D.
Ever, as a boy,
tie a can to a dog's tail
and see him scoot?
Sure you didwe did!
And how about that
lot, or house or piece
of furniture, or auto you
wish to get rid of?
Tie a Daily Pioneer Want
Ad to it frienddo it
Are You Coins to the
Exposition," May 17th?
Berth and room reservations can be
made now. Any steamship line.
Through tickets good connections.
R. E. FISHER, Steamship Ticket Agt.
Union Depot. Bemldll, Minn.
Phifofos & Gross
Markham Hotel Bldg.
Insurance, Bonds. Rentals
Loans and City Property
"We give our personal attention to all
patrons and solicit your patronage with
the assurance of the best service.
M.^Ef IBERTSO N
405 Behrmmi A ye. Bemufr, Mim.
VETERIff ABY SHRGE0K
W. K. DENISON, D. V. M.
Phone 164-2 Rogue's Livery
TOM SMART P^I^%^^^1^^'?r^?3
DRAY AND TRANSFER"- ^#r^CC
SAP* AH PXASO MOVIWG ^rv
Res Phone 58 818 America A
Office Phone 12.
DR. D. L. STANTON,
Offllce in Winter Block
DR. T. TUOMY
Gibbons Block Tel 230
..North of Markham Hotel
GRAHAM M. TORRANCE
Miles Block Phone Ml
JOHN F. GIBBSNS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
North o* Markham Hotel
D. H. FISK, Court Commissioner
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office second floor O'Leary-Bowser BM
H. J. I0UD
Office with Reynolds & Winter
Opposite Markham Hotel
DR. ROWLAND GILM0RE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. E. A. SHANNON, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Mayo Block
Phone 896 Res. Phone eli
DR. C. R. SANBORN
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. L. A. WARD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Over First National bank, Bemidji, Mi^-
DR. A. E. HENDERSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Over First National bank, Bemidji. M'nf
Office Phone 36 Residence Phone I*
DR. E. H. SMITH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Security Bank Block
DR. E. H. MARCUM
PHYSICIAN AND' SURGEON
nnee in Mayo B15ck
Pbon* i Residence Phone
DR. EINER JOHNSON
Physician and Surgeon
A. V. GARL0CK, M. D.
EYE EAR NOSE THROAT
Office Gibbons Bldg., North Markham
Hotel. Telephone 105.
MISS MABEL HYLAND
Teacher of Voice
Residence 621 Bemidji Ave. Phone 71
New York Life Ins. Co.
KATHARINE GEHRET (Nurse)
RAILROAD TIME CARDS
MPLS., SES IiAXZ & MAX.
2 North Bound Arrives 9:46 am.
1 North Bound Leaves 1.80 pm
162 East Bound Leaves 9:54 *m
163 West Bound Leaves 4 U? pu
186 East Bound Leaves 2.45 pm
187 West Bound L%aves 9:64 an*
83 West Bound Leaves 8:16 pm
34 East Bound Leaves 12.08 pro
35 West Bound Leaves 3.28 -t^j
86 East Bound Leaves 1:68 aco
105 North Bound Arrives 7:40 pm
106 South Bound Leaves 6:80 an
Freight West Leaves at 9:00 am
freight East jueaves at 5:00 "rr
MUTNESOTA Jfc ZRTEKHATXOVAX.
82 South Bound Leaves 8:15 n*
81 North Bound Leaves 6-1-5 pm
84 South Bound Leaves 11.80 p.s.
83 North Bound Leaves 4.26
Freight South Leaves at 7.0(Tit
Freight North Leaves at 6:00 an
NEW PUBLIC LIBRARY
Open dally, except Sunday, 1 to
m., 7 to 9 p. m. Sunday, reading room
only, 8 to 6 m.
Dnluth's Largest and Best Hotel
More than $100,000.00 recently expended
in improvements. 250 rooms, 125 private
baths, 60 sample rooms. Every modern
convenience: Luxurious and delightful
restaurants and buffet. Flemish Kootn.
Palm Room. Men's Grill, Colonial Buffet
Magnificent lobby and public roomst
Ballroom, banquet rooms and private
dining roomsi Sun parlor and observa
tory. Located in heart of business sec
tion but overlooking the harbor and Labi'
Superior. Convenient to everything.
031 afIhi Srnl Hsttls af tfci Itrttw-st
STOVE WOOD FOR SALE
BUNDLE WOOD, 1220 in. long
Delivered to Bemidji, $2.25 to
7th St. beyond, $2.50
Delivered to Nymore, $2.00 and
iti^BLOCK WOOD -MSI
Delivered to Bemidji, $2.00 to
7th St., beyond, $2.25
Delivered to Nymore, $1,75 and
Telephone Orders Nc. 82