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ANNUAL MEETING OF
The annual meeting of the Pres
byterian church was held last eve
ning in the auditorium of the
church. The meeting was preceded
by a supper given by the Ladies' Aid
for the members and friends of the
After a short devotional period
the pastor read the call for
the meeting and George W.
Campbell was elected moderator for
the trustee to discharge the tempor
al business. N. B. Given was elect
ed secretary. A Lord was re-elected
trustee for a term of three years.
The report of the acting treasurer,
A. A. Warfleld, was very encourag
ing. It is gratifying to note that
there is no debt to meet, and that
tbere is a satisfactory fund in the
treasury. N. E. Given was elected
treasurer for the ensuing year.
The pastor was then designated
to moderate the spiritual part of the
meeting and call for the reports from
the different organizations. Dr.
Marcum, the clerk of the session,
took the minutes.
Dr. E. H. Marcum was re-elected
elder for a term of five years. The
following reports were read:
Report of session by the pastor.
Report of secretary of the Sunday
Report of treasurer of the Sunday
Report of secretary of the Ladies'
Report of treasurer of the Ladies'
Report of the Missionary society
Mrs. Brown in behalf of Mrs. Olson.
Report of Christian Endeavor so-
cietyMiss Mable Brooks.
Report of the treasurer of the
All the reports were most encour
Mr. Lamson made an interesting
address on the Sunday school and
The following officials were
Treasurer of the benevolences
OrganistMrs. A. A. Warfleld.
Assistant organistMiss Muriel
Chorister Miss Ida Virginia
MTH ANNIVERSARY OF
SPIRITUALISM WILL BE
The sixty-ninth anniversary of
modern spiritualism will be observed
by the First Spiritualist church of
Bemidji in Odd Fellows' hall Sunday
with an all-day program.
At 10:30 o'clock in the morning
there will be a conference meeting,
the subject being, "What Has Spirit
ualism Done for Me."
From 12 to 2 o'clock a dinner will
be served by the ladies of the con
At 2 o'clock, the afternoon exer
cises will take place, the following
being the program:
Invocation and testsDave Rob
AddressMrs. E W. Hannah.
TestsMrs. A. A. Carter.
TestsG. P. Irish.
AddressJ. M. Phillippi.
AddressMrs. G. P. Irish.
AddressE W. Hannah.
Immediately following afternoon
services, a business meeting will be
At 8 o'clock in the evening the an
niversary address will be delivered
Rub Musterole on Forehead
A headache remedy without the dan
gers of "headache medicine." Relieves
headache and that miserable feeling from
colds or congestion. And it acts at once 1
Musterole is a clean, white ointment,
made with oil of mustard. Better than a
mustard plaster and does not blister
Used only externally, and in no way can
affect stomach and heart, as some in
ternal medicines do.
Excellent for sore throat, bronchitis,
croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, con
gestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago,
all pains and aches of the back or joints,
sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains,
frosted feet, colds of the chest (it often
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AT THE ELKO THEATRE
Tomorrow-Matinee and Eevenincr. in
"THE DEVIL'S DOUBLE"
Wm. S. Hart, Triangle.
by Rev. G. H. Brooks of Los An
geles, Cal., missionary-at-large for
the National Spiritualist association.
His subject will be "Some of the
Great Changes of Religious Thought
in 69 Tears."
The officers of the local congrega
PresidentA. A. Carter.
Vice presidentMrs. Rose Koors.
TreasurerMrs. G. P. Irish.
SecretaryMrs. E. W. Hannah.
Trustees-Mrs. B. J. Neely, Andrew
Johnson, G. P. Irish, R. E. Miller,
Mrs. A. A. Carter.
Don't Hide Them With a Veil Re
move Them With the Othine
This prescription for the removal
of freckles was written by a promin
ent physician and is usually so suc
cessful in removing freckles and giv
ing a clear, beautiful complexion
that it is sold by any druggist under
guarantee to refund the money if it
Don't hide your freckles under a
veil get an ounce of othine and re
move them. Even the first few appli
cations should show a wonderful im
provement, some of the lighter
freckles vanishing entirely.
Be sure to ask the druggist for the
double strength othine it is this that
is sold on the money-back guarantee.
Township plats showing govern
ment surveys and to which has been
added roads, ditches and other-local
information, for sale at the Pioneer
office at 25ce each. 47
The graceful beauty of the
lavalliere makes it one of
the most fascinating orna
ments a woman wears. It
is correct style on all occa
Barker's is showing a col
lection of gold lavallieres
of distinctive designs
selected because of their
artistic merit and appeal
You will enjoy seeing
them and we invite you to
As a birthday gift for wife
or sweetheart one of these
exquisite ornaments will
Prices range from $3.75 to
Em Am Barker
217 Third Street
For a number of months past Lil
lian Gish, of the Triangle-Fine Arts
studio, has been asking for a role
full of action and movements and
with plenty of comedy.
A list of available plays was gone
over, but the stories failed to give a
character sufficiently lively to please
Finally it was decided to produce
"Diana of the Follies," and when
Miss Gish went into counsel with her
director she discovered that Diana
combined all the characteristics for
which she had been looking.
Miss Gish has never appeared in a
picture so replete with emotional pos
sibilities as "Diana of the Follies,"
whose leading character is a chorus
girl who becomes the wife of a scien
tific writer and millionaire blue
A MODERN CINDERELLA
Joyce is sixteen, a younger sister,
who has spent her life in the back
ground, that her sister, Polly, might
make her social mark.
Polly's flirting angers Joyce, who,
in her secret heart, has fallen in love
with Tom, her sister's favorite. When
Polly jilts Tom, just to tease him,
Joyce consoles him. In time, Tom
finds that the steadfast love he seeks
is that Joyce offers.
To test his love, Joyce tells Tom
he must save her life to win her.
With this, she leaps into shark-in
fested waters. Tom's love is true.
He rescues the girl and wins her
hand. At the Rex tomorrow.
AT ELKO TONIGHT
Tonight the Elko theater will show
"The Phantom Bucaneers," a photo
play that the technical trade jour
nals speak highly of. There are
many gripping scenes and the action
is fast, with Richard C. Travers and
Gertrude Glover in the leading char
Tomorrow afternoon and evening,
THE BEMIDJI DAILY P10NEEH
Oh Well Maybe We can Find it in the Morning
Here at last is a Rang
combining all of the ESSENTIALS of Perfection
The economy and continuous perfect service, possible only in a Range
of Malleable construction.
2. The quick action and good baking qualities possible only in a Range
with steel oven and body.
3. A durability that defies Rust and time as heretofore unknown in any
type of Range
Of course, it's a MONARCH Range! The same old, substantially built "MON-
ARCH Malleable" with the addition of Vitreous Enameled Flue Linings protecting
the oven and all flue walls against Damage from Rust.
Vitreous Enamel has been used before in Range construction but principally for or-
namental purposes. Here it is used for serv iceto double the MONARCH'S value to
yon by making its oven and steel body as long lived as its Malleable Iron parts. And
"its solid riveted joints will stay tight for equally as many years assuring you of continu-
ous satisfaction of the kind usually expected only when a Range is new.
Come in and see this truly wonderful Rangewonderful because it combines these
essentials of perfection'at a price no higher than those of other good Ranges none of
which offer all of these advantages.
Bemidj i Hardwar Co
Where Quality and Service Count
Men Should Dress to Satisfy
The Gentler Sex
Most of them have little difficulty in
finding such wearing apparel here. What's
more, the style, quality and grade of cloth
ing satisfies also the man who wears our
Easter Time Here Soon
Besides rigging you out in a suit of
clothes we have the lines with which to
touch up the "Edges."
NECKWEAR, SHIRTS, HATS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS, ETC.
0. J. LAQUA THE CLOTHIER
206 Third Street. Bemidji, Minn.
a W. S. Hart drama, "The Devil's
Double," will be seen at the Elko
theater. In this Triangle-Kay Bee
production, it is said, the exponent
of the "wild" West has seldom had a
vehicle which offered so many oppor
tunities for the display of his talents.
MONARC Malleable Ran|es Fully
Protected Against Rust Damage
by Vitreous Enameled Linings
The play tells how the sinister gamb
ler, beset by hard living and hatred
for all that is good, is won, by a wisp
of a girl, to a life of honor and re
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
4th St., and Minn. Ave.
FBTDAY. MAECH 30. 1917.
The majority of the teachers la
the Bemidji schools will leave today
for their homes to spend Easter
cation, which will continue unt
April 10. Students from other toi
who are attending the Bemidji
schools will also leave today for the
In the matter of the Northern Min
nesota Dairy Farm Land Company.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
William W. Congdon is not the agent
for said Company and is not auth
orized to sell land for said Company
or to receive money upon its account.
NORTHERN MINNESOTA DAIRY
FARM LAND COMPANY,
By F. W. HALL,
"White House" Tea and Coffee
served exclusively at the
THIRD ST. CAFE
WANTEDBest wages for compet
ent girl. 1115 Bemidji Ave.
Phone 833. 3-42
WANTEDTo build your auto tops,
cushions and curtains and replace
the glass in your curtains. Phone
223. Chas. Johnston, 402 Bel
WANTEDGirl for general house
work. 621 America Ave. Phone
58. Mrs. Tom Smart. 2-331
WANTEDGirl or woman cook at
Jim Vicker's Restaurant. 2-330
WANTEDA competent maid wl
can give good references. Phone
630 or call at 803 Minn. Ave.
WANTEDWill exchange land and
cash for team. See Longballa, Se
curity State Bank Bldg. 4-331
WANTEDWork by day
Call 7 2 4-J.
Wetherbee, 1241 Dewey.
WANTEDLady cook at O. K. Res
taurant. Phone 681-W. 3-32
WANTEDTo buy wood stumpage.
Inquire at O. K. Restaurant.
Phone 681-W. 3-329
WANTEDDressmaking and sewing
by the day. Phone 238-W. 3-329
WANTEDTwo girls wish position
in hotel or restaurant, cook and
dishwasher. Inquire at Pioneer
girl at 222% Third
FOR SALETownship plats show
ing government surveys and to
which has been added roads,
ditches and other local informa
tion. 25c each. Pioneer office.
FOR SALEOne matched team, age
7 years, weight 1,150 pounds each.
A good all-purpose team. Paul
Rentshler, 1305 13th St. and Dal
ton Ave. 3-42
FOR SALE:1914 Ford in first class
condition. Phone 301-W. Louis
FOR SALE OR TRADECheap, two
2-acre tracts with houses. J. W.
Wilcox. Phone 29, Troppman
FOR SALE OR RENTBefore April
10, 7-room modern house, 819 Be
midji Ave. Phone 289-J. 3-330
FOR ALfc- -onion sets and small
onions. Phone 351. Dr. L. A.
Ward. 4-330 _^
FOR SALEIn Nymore, houses and *r
lots on your own terms. Second/
hand goods bought and sold.
Money to loan on horses, cattle,
furniture, ect. Phone 62. Emory
FOR SALEHouse cheap if taken
at once. Inquire Pioneer office.
FOR SALEWhen you want a lot, or
house and lot, five-acre tracts for
garden or poultry raising, 40, 80
or 160 acres for farming, call on
Mathew Larson. Phone 249. 425
FOR TRADE80-acre improved farm
with buildings and good soil, to
trade for house and lot. E. J.
Willits, 115 3rd St. Phone 41.
FOR RENT4-room cottage, 1120
Doud Ave. 2*331
FOR RENTFour furnished rooms,
complete for housekeeping, over
Carlson's Variety Store. A. T.
FOR RENT5-room house. A. Klein.
Phone 744. 1-329
FOR RENTFive-room cottage on
Ninth street. C. D. Lucas. 2-330
FOR RENT One-room, 2-room,
3-room, 4-room and 5-room apart
ments, all modern, furnished or uri
furnished. Desirable tenants only.
Also modern office, display and
storage rooms. Kaplan Block.