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THURSDAY, AU6UST 6, 191471** |Pj 'ppf
About The City
LEST WE EORGET
Phone 31 about it.
Band concert every Friday night at
the city dock.
The fall term of court for this
county begins September 8.
The great Minnesota state fair will
be held September 7 to 12.
The Red Lake Indian fair will be
held on September 3, 4 and 5.
The next meeting of the county
commissioners will be held on Tues
day, August 18.
That the state meeting of the Uni
ted Charities association will be held
here Sept. 26, 27, 28 and 29. The
state commissioners will meet here
at the same time.
The adjourned meeting of the
General Conference of Chippewa In
dians of Minnesota will be held in
Bemidji August 11. Twelve thous
and Chippewas will be represented.
That the 1914 fair of the Beltrami
County Agricultural association will
be given September 16, 17 and 18.
A any features have been secured and
the exhibition is certain to be a
greater success than ever before.
Realizing the value of bright and
interesting local columns in making
a paper welcome in the homes of its
subscribers, the Pioneer asks its
readers to assist by phoning all
news items to 31. Favors of this
kind are appreciated by the publish
County Attorney G. M. Torrance
returned from a business trip to
Brainerd this* morning.
For Wood Phone 129.Adv.
Harry Bowers and family of Eckles
autoed to Bemidji yesterday and at
tended the theatre in the evening.
"The New Bemidji," get one at the
Roy Bowers of Bemidji spent a few
days thii week at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bowers
Board and room. Lady preferred.
1011 America avenue.Adv.
Mrs. William Blakely of Farley
autoed to Bemidji yesterday and
transacted business, returning home
in the evening.
An experienced laundry woman
wanted at the Hotel Markham at
Will Russell of Minneapolis iii in
Bemidji and will spend the month
of August here, the guest of his fa
ther, City Attorney P. J. Russell.
One of these aays you ougnt in
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
A Leaf From the Past
A two-part Lubin number that
tells a well-knit story of how two
people with secret, parts get married
and are blackmailed. The climax is
exciting and well staged. This pic
ture features Ornie Hawley.
Seraphina's Love Affair
A farce comedy that is very
Three Knaves and a Heathen
An amusing comedy skit
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
A Terror of the Night ninth of
the active life of Dolly of the
co to Hakkerups and have your pic
ture taken.Adv. V*?*^"?'.^
Mrs*. Philip Medley and son Ken
neth of Farley, were in Bemidji yes
terday enroute to Park Rapids, where
they will visit friends for two weeks.
We've been waiting, so have you,
for a New Bemidji. Get one at the
L. G. Crothers, who was operated
upon lat Monday for appendicitis,
is recovering rapidly and his condi
tion is such that he is practically out
The Hotel Radisson, Minneapolis,
is the finest hotel in the Twin Cities.
Homer L. Elliott of Shreevesport,
Louisiana, is visiting nis (parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Elliott and his
brother, W. A. Elliott, proprietor of
th Pair store.
Have your furniture repaired at
the bargain store first class work *r
reasonable prices ,AOV.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. LaFavar of
St. Paul, formerly of Bemidji, are
visiting here. They made this city
their home for many years, Mr. La
Favar having charge of the drug de
partment at Barker's.
Hotel Radisson, Minneapolis, gives
you more for the price you pay than
any other hotel in the Twin Cities.
Mrs. Fitzgerald and daughter Mar
garet of International Falls are the
guests of Mrs. Fitzgerald's mother,
Mrs. P. J. Rusteell. They will spend
the month of August here.
The Junior league of the Metho
dist church will serve ice cream and
cake at the city dock tomorro\v even
Judge B. F. Wright of Park Rap
ids, one of the jurists of the Fifth
eenth judicial district, sipent last
evening in Bemidji. While here he
heard arguments in several matters.
The Segal Emporium is receiving
its new Suits and Dresses, 1915
styles.*, which will be on display to
morrow, Aug. 7.Adv.
Attorney George Spear, a member
of the prominent Duluth law firm of
Fulton, Fryberger and Spear, spent
yesterday afternoon and la^t evening
in Bemidji, having legal matters be
fore Judge B. Wright.
Hundreds have asked for them be
fore they arrived and hundreds are
daily being satisfied with a New Be
midji at the Pioneer office.Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sathre and
sons Forrest and Curtfci autoed .rq
Hazelwood farm in town of Liberty
this morning, where they will spend
a short time. Mr. Sathre went to
look after his farm interests there. I
On arriving at Minneapolis, go di
rect to the Hotel Radisson. You will i
be pleased to recommend it to your:
friends when you return home.
Miss Jessie Conliss of Minneapolis,
who has been the guest of Mrs. J. i
A. Younggren, returned to her home
yesterday by the way of Walker.!
Mrs. Younggren accompanied heir
guezl as far as Walker and they
spend a day there, the guests of
Small debts accumulate rapidly
Small savings do likewise. Besin to
save something today. Deposit it at
interest in the Northern National
Mrs. Arthur Andrews of Ham.p
ton, Iowa, came 'to Bemidji this week,
Mrs. Andrews is troubled with hay!
fever and came here to get relief. Her
brother of Atwater, who is* also trou
bled with the same disease, has spent,
several summers in Bemidji and never
fails to get relief, while he is here,
Mrs. C. R. Sanborn and Miss Gladys
Stanton will leave this evening for'
Glengarry, Walker, where they will I
remain several days as the guests? of
Mrs. -Harry Rich and Judge C. W. i
Stanton. Mrs. Sanborn will return
the first of next week and will leave
immediately for Calgary, Alta., where
she will visit several days.
You will find more of the leadiug
people from Northern Minnesota reg
istered at the Radisson, Minneapolis,
than at any other hotel in the twin
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Se
fcher and daughters, Alma,
Pearl and Helen, and sons
John and Wendell, who have been
spending th stammer at Turtle
River, are guests at the O. B. Sons
trud home today. They will leave
this evening for Warren, their old
home. In a few days they will move
from Warren to Thief River Falls.
Mr. Sether travels for a Duluth firm
and can make better train connec-
t.-.ons in Thief River than Warren.
The International Raggers go to
Cass Lake August 6 to play for a big
dance on Lydish HOXLS^ Boat and
will return to Bemidji to play lor a
bigf dance in the City hall Friday
night, August 7, 1914. Everybody
Ed Radi -will leave this evening
for Bemidji where he will attend the
funeral of Paul Schmunk, a former
resident "fi of $ Crookstonfg Otto
Schmunn, a brother of the deceased,
has been in Bemidji for the past sev
eral days. Paul Schmunk left, here
With his family twenty-two years
ago and has made Crookston his resi
dence off and on until three years
ago when he maved to a claim near
Evanton, Canada. The funeral is to
take place tomorrow morning.
Crookston Daily Times, (Augusts')
Miss Dorothy Torrance was hos
tess at a Five Hundred party yes
terday afternoon, given at her home,
412 Bemidji avenue, in honor of Miss
Velma Cross of Winntpegr Nastur
tiums, phlox and other garden flow
ers were artistically arranged in the
rooms and made Charming decora
tions. Miss Olive Cunningham won
first prize and Mrs. G. H. Strickland
second. Invitations were issued to
Mesdamesl W. F. Marcum, L. W. Grif
fith, Thayer Bailey, L. A. LaBaw,
Martin Kenfield, Carl Jacobson, H.
L. Wilcox, Carl Johnson, W. Z. Rob
inson, G. H. Strickland, C. R. San
born and the Misses Lillian Cochran,
Pauline Markham, Maud Buckland
of Minneapolis, Grace B. Coleman of
Duluth, Martica and Josephine
Byrnes of Minneapolis, Capitola
Stewart, Leah Berman, Donna Lycan,
Marion White, Olivte Cunningham,
Servia McKusick, Ruth Moody and
Frances Quinn of Brainerd, Gladys*
Mackenzie of Minneapolis, Gladys
Stanton, Beatrice, Vera and Helen
Backus and Ruby Henrionnet.
SWEDEN MAY JOIN IN WAR
I* Washington, Aug. 6.Diplo-
matic dispatches indicate Swe-
I* den will join Great Britain,
i- France and Russia if she find3 5*
i' herself unable to remain neu- 4*
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GRAIN AND PROVISION PRICES
Duluth Wheat and Flax.
Duluth. Aug. 5.WheatOn track
and to arrive, No: 1 hard, 96%c No.
1 Northern, 95%c No. 2 Northern,
93%c. FlaxOn track and to arrive,
South St. Paul Live Stock.
South St. Paul, Aug. 5.Cattle-
Steers, $6.00@).00, cows and heifers,
$email@example.com stockers and feeders,
$firstname.lastname@example.org calves, $6.25@ 10.00. Hogs
$email@example.com. SheepLambs, $3.5fl@
7.75 wethers, $firstname.lastname@example.org ewes, $2.00
^Chicago Grain and Provisions.'
Chicago, Aug.M' 5!^Wheat-Sept
8Jc Dec/, 94c
PoultrySprings, 16@l8c fowls, 15(g)
Minneapolis,,- Aug. 5.WheatSept.,
91%c Dec, 94%c. Cash close on
track: No. 1 hard, 98%c No. 1 North
ern, 94%@97%c to arrive, 92%@
94%c No. 2 Northern, 92%@95%c
No. 3 Northern, 89%@917/8c No. 3
yellow corn, 72V@73c No. 3 white
35V236c flax, $1:57%.
Ghicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Aug. 5.Ca+tieBeeves,
I7.10'(f?9.90 steers. $6.4048.40 stock
ers and feeders. $5.50@S.OO cows and
heifers, .IS.oOCa 9.10 c&lves, $7.50'@
11.25. HogsLight, SS.10^8.55 mix-
rough, S7.G0.??'7.70 purs. $email@example.com.
SheepNative, $5.15 @5.90 yearlings,
Jane Addams mothers thousands of
First Show 7:00
The new Third St. Theatre Ufctf the management of Fred Briakman
The GENE GAUNTIER
Feature Players present
a dramatic and forceful story of the north woods entitled
En three parts
In addition to Twilight there will be
Two Universal Films
Matinees Daily, Except Sunday
5 Servian Chief of Staff
Reported to Be 111. -S
Phbto bv American Prpsg Association
A dispact from Servia announces
that General Radomir Putnik, chief of
the Servian staff, has fallen ill and
that his-son was wounded in a recent
BLAST KILLS TWO GIRLS
Kerosene Explodes When It Is Poured
Menomonie, Wis., Aug. .^Mildre
and Phyllis Slay, aged respectively
seventeen and ten years, were burned
to death at their home ten miles
southwest of this city. The elder,
girl poured kerosene into the kitchen
stove and an explosion of two gallons
of the oil resulted. Two boys who
were also in the room were seriously
Sept., 70%c Dec., 65%c May, 68c.
OatsSept., 35%c Dec., 38y2c May,
41 %c. PorkSept., $18.75. Butter
Secon Sho 8:3 0 Third Show 9:30
Admission lOc, 5c
Good Reason for Hip Enthusiasm.
r^pWhen a tnan has -suffefed for sev
eral days with colic, diarrhoea or
other form of bowel complaint and is
then cured sound and well by one
or two doses of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, as
Instantly Clears Air Passages You
Breathe Freely Dull Headache
Goes Nasty Catarrhal Discharge
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
stopped-up air passages of the head
will open you will breathe freely
dullness and headache disappear. By
morning! the catarrh, cold-in-head
or catarrhal sore throat will begone.
End such misery now! Get the
small bottle of "Ely's Cream Balm"
at any drug store. This sweet,
Buyers to Share in Profits
Lower Prices on Ford Cars
Effective from August 1, 1914, to August 1, 1915, and guaranteed
against any reduction during that time:
wv^*^--r- F. 0. B*.Detroit, all cars^ fully equipped
[In the United Stages of America only]
Further we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiency in our
factory production, and the minimum cost in our purchasing and
sales departments if we can reach an output of 300,000 cars be-
tween the above dates.
And should we reach this production, we agree to. pay as the buy-
ers share from $40 to $60 per car (on or about August 1, 1915) to
every retail buyer who purchases a new Ford car between Aug-
ust 1, 1914 and August 1, 1915.
For further particulars regarding these low prices and profit-sharing plan,
see the nearest Ford Branch or Dealer.
Ford Motor Company
Northern Auto Co., Distributors
V'..'.'.: Bemidji, Minnesota
FROM COLD? TBT MY CATARRH BALIt
Koors Bros. Co.
Model Manufacturing Co.
Manufacturers and Jobbers
Ice Cream, Bakery Qoods
^UJTYfWOT Confectionery and Fountain Supplies qninyraor
3IS Minnesota Ave. N. W Telephone 125
is often the case, it is but naturalft^-fff
that'h shduld be enthusiastic in hie^f
praise of the remedy, and especially A
in this the case of a severe attack
when life is threatened. Try it'
when in need'of some remedy. I
never fails. Sold by All Dealers. 'J
fragrant balm dissolves by the heat
of the nostrils penetrates and heals
the inflamed, swollen membrane
which lines the nose, head and
throat clears the air passages stops
nasty discharges and a feeling of
cleansing, soothing relief comes im
Don't lay awake to-night strug
gling for breath, with head stuffed
nostrils closed, hawking and blowing.
Catarrh or a cold, with its running
nose, foul mucous dropping into the
throat, and raw dryness is distress
ing but truly needless.
Put your faith just onoe^-in
'Ely's Cream Balm" and your cold
or catarrh will surely disappear.
Sutherland Stock Co.
The Sunset Trail
A semi-military western drama with an Indian leacf
Friday and Saturday
The Village Postmaster
A rural comedy
The Light House Robbery
4 Special Reels of Pictures 4