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title: 'The Bemidji daily pioneer. (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, March 14, 1917, Page 3, Image 3',
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Wm. S. Hart, Triangle.
"The Return of 'Draw* Egan," at
the Grand tonight, a wild, harum
scarum, deril-may-are fighting
Westerner, is here visualized* with
virile brush strokes. William S.
Hart interprets the character of a
man who had absolutely no respect
for the rights of others. His law
and religion are embodied in a six
shooter, and with it he rules a band
made up of the scum of the earth.
There comes a time, however, when
'Draw' Egan, this bad man, had to
get under cover becauste society will
not longer tolerate his transgres
sions. Eventually he makes his way
to another region and there, through
the irony of fate, he is asked to fill
the office of sheriff and uphold the
law. This he does with a vengeance.
Many things, including "falling in
love," occur that make his work dif
AT ELKO TONIGHT
I Pf mrffpr** Apache dance,
which was introduced to America by
Amendment of Articles of Incorpora
tion of Bemidji Manufacturing
State of Minnesota,
County of Beltrami.
A. M. Bagley and W. L. Brooks,
after being duly and severally sworn,
each for himself deposes and under
his oath certifies:
That they are respectively the
President and Secretary of Bemidji
anufacturing Company, a corpora
tion organized and existing under
and by virtue of the laws of the state
That on the 6th day of March,
1917, at the office of said corpora
tion, at a special meeting of the
stockholders of said corporation, duly
called for the expressly stated pur
pose of amending Article III of the
articles of incorporation of said cor
poration, so as to increase the capital
stock of said corporation from |15,-
,000 to $75,000, the following reso
lution was unanimously adopted:
"RESOLVED that Article in of
the articles of incorporation of this
corporation be amended so as to in
crease the capital stock of said cor
poration from Fifteen Thousand Dol
lars to Seventy-five Thousand Dol
lars, so that staid Article shall
read as follows:
Section 1. The capital stock of
said corporation shall be Seventy
five Thousand Dollars, and the same
shall be divided into seven hundred
and fifty shares of the par value of
one hundred dollars each.
Section 2. Said stock shall be paid
in as* called for by .the Board of Di
rectors of said corporation.'
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the said
President and Secretary of said cor
poration have hereunto set their
hands and affixed the seal of said
corporation, this 6th day of March,
A. M. BAGLEY,
W. L. BROOKS.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 7th day of March, 1917.
State 01 Minnesota.
My Commission expires 1-11-1922.
State of Minnesota, Department of
State. I hereby certify that the within
instrument was filed for record in
this office on the 9th day of March,
A-. D. 1917, at 9 o'clock A. M. and
was duly recorded in
on page 459
JULIUS A. SCHMAHL,
Secretary of State.
"Pice of Register of Deeds, Beltrami
hereby certify that the within
.frument was filed in this office for
ecord on the 12th day of March, A.
1917 at 3 o'clock P. M. and was
recorded in book 12 of Misc. on
C. O. MOON,
Maurice, the internationally popular
dancer, will be one of the dances
which Maurice and Florence Walton
perform on the screen in the Famous
Players-Paramount Picture, "The
Quest of Life.", In addition
dance the popular dancersthiot
will introduce other delightful num
berssome of which have never been
seen on the stage. But that Is not
allthere is a big dramatic theme
and no little spectacular work in
"The Quest of Life" which is the
feature at the Elko Thursday, mat
inee and evening.
BLUEBIRD AT REX
"Her Soul's Inspiration"- is the
title Bluebird Photoplays* have given
to the screen version of "Mary Keep
Your Feet Still," to be shown at the
Rex theater tonight, with Ella Hall
as the dancing girl. There is a grip
ping plot in this five-act play, and
human interest is aroused by the
courage and fighting spirit a little
orphan displays in her fight against
DBS. GILHOBE & McCANV
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
DB. E. A. SHAHHOH, K. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Mayo Block
Phone 396 Res. Phone 897
DB. C. B. SABBOBJT
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DB. L. A, WABD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DB. E. H. SMITH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Security Bank Block
DB. EDTEB JOHNSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
A. V. GABLOCK, M. D.
BYE EAR NOSE THROAT
Gibbons Bids. Phone 108
Pint National Bank Bid*.
I remove the caoae of eeota
and chronic diseases
Office hour*: 10-1J, l:t- 7-8
DBS. LABSOH A LABS0*
Specialists the Eye, Fitting
We have the faculties for
taplleaUns broken lenses
THE BEHXDJI DAILY MOHEER
adversity. Miss Hall is naturally
adapted to play the childish rol- ^IHF
"Her Soul's Inspiration," as she ha.
repeatedly demonstrated in earlier
G. W. LaMoure Go.
800 Line Building
Wood For Sale
Business and Professional
Prompt Delivery Phone 32
GRAHAM M. TORRANCE
Miles Block Phone 60
D. H. FISK, Court Commissioner
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office 2nd floor 0*Leary-Bowser
W. K. DENIS0N. D. V. M.
Office Phone 3-R Ree. 99-J
3rd St. and Irvine Ave.
Office and Hospital 3 doors
west of Troppman 8tore
Phone No. 209
DRAY AND TRANSFER
Safe and Piano Moving
Res. Phone 68 818 America
ft Office Phone 12
DB. J. W. DIEDRICH
Office O'Leary-Bowser Bldg.
Office Phone 376-W
Res. Phone 376-R
DB G. M. PALMER
Office Phone 124, Residenee 848
ft Miles Block, Bemidji
DB. D. L. STANTON
Office In Winter Block
DB. J. T. TU0MY
Gibbons Block. Tel. 280
North of Markham Hotel
DB. H. A. N0BTHR0P
ft OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Suite 10 OXeery-Bowser Bids
Office Phone 118
Still They Come
More and more of our readers are
every day securing their copies of the
big "Songbook." Every one is pleased.
Four hundred of the most priceless
songs ever written. Every one a mast
erpiece. All included in our superb vol
Now being distributed for six coupons
taken from this paper. One appears
elsewhere dally and the few cents men
tioned below merely the cost of making
and handling, to all readers by
nearest and arest to the Xearta of
We unhesitatingly recommend "Heart
Songs" as one of the greatest collections
os old songs ever produced. It will not
only please you, but we hope it will
please every member of your family
more than any other single volume you
have ever placed in your home in years,
or your money will be cheerfully re
funded. Oar Great Coupon Offer Makes Zt Al
most a CHftl
Bound in handsome maroon English
cloth gold stamped art inlay wonder
fully Illustrated open flat regular
|2.50 edition. Six coupons and
Bound in plain green English cloth.
*ery durable without illustrations
opens flat and stays open regular $1.50
edition. Tours for six coupons
nunrsr BACK XP HOT SATISFIED!
Out of town readers win add 10c extra
for postage. Mail orders filled on terms
explained in the coupon
Coupon Appears Blaewfcere Bally. Clip
Compos Today Trom Another Paget
Wednesday morning we receive a fresh shipment of
RAGLANS CANDIESBon Bone, Butter Creams, Opera
Creams, Nut Centers and BitterSweets,
ALS O THIS
We carry a complete line of Newspapers, Magazines and
If we don't have what you want
get it for you.
R. B. LYCAN, Prop. PHONE 74
1 BEMIDJI HORSE MARKET
We Buy and Sell Horses, 1
i Harnesses and Vehicles.
Moberg Construction Company
Telephone 272 Bemidji, Minn. S
READ THE DAILY PIONEER WANT ADS
These Are "Good Seviee" Advertisers
Offering you their "good-service" and spending money to tell this commun-
ity about themselves. "Why not call them up?
KOORS BROTHERS CO. DRUGS AND JEWELRY GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Bakers and Confectioners Wholesalers and Retailers Groceries, Dry Goods, Shoes,
Manufacturers and Jobbers Service and satisfaction. Mail Flour. Feed, etc The
Ice Cream, Bakery Goods, Orders given that same ser- careful buyers
Confectionery,Clgarsand vice you get in person. buy here.
Fountain Goods BARKER'S W. G. SCHROBMR
315 Minn. Ave. Phone 126 t** Third St. Bemidji, Minn Bemidji Phone
MUSICAL, INSTRUMENTS BROSVIK. THE TAILOR
Wholesale and Retail Phone #88 DEAN LAND CO.
Pianos, Organs and Sewing
Maehines Land. Loans, Insuranes
117 Third St. Bemidji
a booklet about perfume
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keeping tire kitchen cabinet to
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ttoeaeue, nasse.nff na..A.
S(t %mtfrknti re
say that Chiropractic 1B the science
that will supersede the old methods
of treating the sick.
are in accord with the laws of Nature
and correcting abnormal condition,
permit Nature to restore heelth.
Personal investigation of the new
science is invited.
DANNENBERG, D. C.
First National Bank Bldg., BemldJ!
Office Hours: 10-12, 1:30-5, 7-1
PHOTOGRAPHER Troppman Bloek Bemidji
Photos Bay and Night
N. L. HAKKERUP
9 Exp 9 99"
painted on d*?Beate pink
paper would be like a conatmc
poti on faaeman in silk overalls