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THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
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The Weekly Moneer.
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the news of the week. Published every
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address for 81.60 in advance.
fHIS PAPER REPRESENTED FCR FOREIGN
ADVERTISING BY THE
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
SCORES OF MEN IN PERIL
Imprisoned in Aqueduct Tunnel While
Fire Rages Above Them.
New York, Aug. 22.A force of
men has begun clearing away the
debris in the aqueduct tunnel at
Forty-ninth street and St. Nicholas
avenue, where sixty-two men were
imprisoned 600 feet below the sur
face and in peril of death for five
hours while fire destroyed the wooden
Burning fragments of the building
fell into the shaft and made more
menacing their condition.
The imprisoned men were made
more uncomfortable by the knowledge
that they were near 900 pounds of
dynamite housed in the shaft. When
It last the fire was out the firemen
rescued all of the sixty-two.
8ULZER WILL AID MITCHEL
Proposes to Take Part in New York
New York, Aug. 22.Regardless of
the outcome of his trial by the court
of impeachment Governor William
Sulzer proposes to enter the mayor
alty campaign in New York city, ac
cording to his friends here. It Is de
clared that he is particularly anxious
to inject himself into the campaign in
order to continue his fight against
Tammany Hall and Charles F. Mur
phy, its leader.
The impeached governor proposes
to support the fusion nominee for
mayor, who is John Purrey Mitchel,
and to do his utmost in attacking the
record of Murphy and the Tammany
Progressives Endorse Fusion.
New York, Aug. 22.The fusion
movement against Tammany Hall was
strengthened when the Progressives
endorsed the judiciary ticket designat
ed by the fusion committee and also
approved the fusion nominations in
Sun and Wind Bring Out Ugly Spots,
How to Remove Easily.
Here's a chance, Miss Freckle-face,
to try a remedy for freckles with
the guarantee of a reliable dealer that
it will not cost you a penny unless it
removes the freckles while if it does
give you a clear complexion the ex
pense is trifling.
Simply get an ounce of othine
double strength from your druggist
and a few applications should show
you how easy it is to rid yourself of
the homely freckles and get a beauti
ful complexion. Rarely is more than
one ounce needed for the worst case.
Be sure to ask the druggist for the
double strength othine as this is the
prescription sold under guarantee of
money iac if it falls to remove
Short HoiirW Good Pay, Many Ppsittoris, Open.
Living expenses low. may be earned. Qualify for
positions a* Railroad and Commercial Operators
and Station Agents. Good alary to "art. .Grad
uates assisted to positions. Write for FREE cata
logue. -Addres Dept. 3.
Interstate Telegraph Institute
1414 Hennepin Are. Minneapolis, Minn.
TIRES-VULCANIZING Retreading and General Tire Repairing. -AH-
ork guaranteed. Jobs properly and quickly
We aell all makes of first quality
new Cites at-a savingtjgr ua.
WESTERN TIRE & REPAIR CO.
1016 Hennepin Ave. -Mnneapofli
Money maker. Permanent position.
--f-i LIBERTY MFG. CO.
618 Phoenix Blda-, Minneapolis
Stylish comfortable shirts made fdr lots
oUtardweac! Shirts that fit perfectly.
Hade of finest materialconservative
patterns. You'll like them.
ments In chest,
sleeves long and
foil. Every shirt
before worthy of
Patrick-Duluth mark of .quality. Buy
F. A.PATRICK & CO DULUTH
Says Life Was Threatened
for Favoring Certain Bill.
Aspyright by American Press Association.
AGED CASHIER MURDERED
Automobile Bandits Rob Bank in Ger
Hanuburg, Germany, Aug. 22.Two
W. G. Schroeder,
I hereby nominate
contestant in the Schroeder Piano Contest and ask that you place
her name on your numbered list.
automobile bandits visited the Com
munal Savings bank at Wilhelmsvurff,
a suburb of this city, murdered the
cashier and escaped with a satchel
full of bank notes and cash.
They drove up to the bank In a
taxieab soon after the institution
opened for business. On entering the
building they levelled revolvers at two
yoiing clerks, who scurried for* shet
ter. The cashier, an 'aged man
soreamed for help and fought with the
two men until he was felled with a
bullet through his head.
/"^l M.'^ Dd yon know that in Minneapolis there is located
Learil l^hirOpraCtlC coUegeincorporated under the.t.tel.w.
A of Minnesota where Electro-Therapy is taught in
connection with Chiropractic? All who have investigated tee thegreat advantage in the use of electricity
in treatment with the use of Chiropractic. CLWby be content with working on a small salary when
our graduates earn from $500 up per _, _.
month? Fall term commences Sept. Minnesota College Non Medical Therapy
22. 1913. Write for free catalogue. Inc. 122S.9thSt., Etan*tonBldg.,Minnapolt
SOME FEATURES OF THE
300 Acres of Instructive and Educational Exhibits
World's Most Famous Frontier Days Show
A trtinload of champion rou|h riders, bucking bronchos, bull
doggers, buffslos, Indians, etc.. moved from Cheyenne, Wyom
ing, for the Minnesota State Fair.
EVERY NIGHT IN FRONT 0FTHE GRANDSTAND
$27,500 Worth of Champion Horse Races for five afternoons.
World's Famous Speed Demons' in Sensational Automobile Rases,
Saturday Afternoon, September 6.
Seven Bands and Three Orchestras, rendering the best music, every
day and evening.
Baby Health Contest, Farm Boys Camp, Boy Scouts, Bench Show.
Most Gorgeous Display of Fireworks ever seen rathe-Northwest.
Grand Society Horse Show five nights, in the Coliseum.
Shows, Vaudeville and Pre* Acts. Something to rait the taste of
A Vacation, Recreation, Inspiration, for all the People,
From Monday Morning to Saturday Night.
Minnesota State Fair Grounds
SEPT. 1-6, 1913
Minnesota STATE FAIR
Hamline, Midway between
Minneapolis and St. Paul
September 1-6^ inclusive
Take 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 J'
Go to the Fair
MEETS DEATH AS SHE
HAD LONG FEARED.
Chicago, Aug. 22.A premo
nition existent from childhood
that she would meet her death
in an ocean disaster was ver
ified in the case of TOfss Stella
T. Riordan, teacher in the pub
lic schools, .who, with her
mother, Mrs. H. C.' Riordan,
lost her life in the steamship
State of California catastrophe
off the Alaskan coast.
4* 4* 4* 4"*
TURKS MAY RENEW THE WAR
Would Like to Humble Bulgars and
London, Aug. 22.The threats of a
third war in the Balkans which have
been made in the last few days seem
to he dangerously near fulfilment un
less the powers agree quickly to pre
vent it. Turkey, swayed by the Young
Turks and the army, threatens to base
a casus belli against Bulgaria upon
the alleged Bulgarian cruelties in
Thrace. There are reports of ad
vances by Ottoman troops in the di
rection of Bulgaria. Their occupation
of Dedeagatch is both affirmed and
Not Necessary to sign
Call and see me about your railroad
ticket. Remember thisis the route of^
the famous-Great Big Baked Potato."
Joint Ticket Agent Union Depot.
MINNESOTA & INTERNATIONAL RY.
W. H. GEMMELL, General Manager BRAINERD
A. M. CLELAND, General Passenger Agent, ST. PAUL y?:
DOING THEIR DUTY
Scores of Bemidji Reader*, are Learn
ing the Duty of the Kidneys.
To filter the Blood 16 the kidneys'
When they fail to do this the kid-,
neys are weakj^
Backache'and other kidney ills
Help the kidneys da their work.
Use Doan's Kidney ilhjthe'W
ed kidney remedy.
Bemidji.. .people endorse their
Mrs. J. C. Titus, 602 America ave
nue, Bemidji, Minn., says: "I am re
commending Doan's Kidney Pills,
hoping -that other-kidney sufferers
may be benefited- by reading my en
dorsement I was' suffering from kid
ney troubles When I used Doan's Kid
ney Pills. They gave 'toe a great deal
of relief, more than any other rem
edy I had ever used.'"
A SECOND' STATEMENT.
During a personal interview with
one of our representatives, on March
19 1912 Mrs.' Titue said: ~"I have
no reason-to change mx' opinion of
Doan's Kidney Pills.
use this remedy and it always-brings
For sale by all dealers. Price 50'
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New
York, sole aegnts for the United
Remember the nameDoan'sand
take no other.
TRY A WANT AD
with pump. "J
You cajn accuse us:of stretchin,g
But wait until you investigate.
Materials and Workmanship.
The K-R-I-T Company not only design the motor
they make it cast the cylinders in one piece to
give rigidity and preserve alignment equip it with
ball bearings and with connecting'rod bearings 50
per cent larger than" usual to promote smooth run
ning, silence and the greater development of power.
They make the clutch of multiple discsa clutch
that holds, and holds, and holds in sand and mud
and on hills and yet starts the car as smoothly and
easily as an electric glides away.
They make the transmission and real axle, cut the
gears fromr chrome nickel: steelthe hardest'and
costliest metal known^and mount them on ball
They drop forge the front axle, thus assuring
strength and stability in a most important member.
They make the transmission drive shaft of chrome
ui, cw* 215 South Fourth Streci
William H. Pontlua
Director of Muslo
Come to the State Fair
And Visit the
Model "K" Five Passenger Touring CarCompletely EquippedFull Nickel Trimmings$900.00
Equipment includes three oil lamps, two gas lamps, Prestolite Gas
Tank, mohair top with side curtains and top cover, windshield, horn, de-
mountable rims with spare rim, tool kit
Why Spend $1500 for an Automobile
Wh(? YPU Ca Get Every K-R-I-T
Eeitpre for $900.00
!:WZ:T:SJ 9^i-.'i.'jO.-.C'j oti.: !:7r: .'...-_
The K-R-I-T is a $900 car in price only. In real automobile value it is something quite different
from the average $900 car.
Once you grasp the significance of the K-R-I-T Idea in building a car complete in one plant, in-
stead of assembling it from parts-bought-from'other manufacturers,'just then you will understand why
a K-R-I-T can be compared with $1600"cars, Just how It can be sold for $900.
Following are thve factsa partial""""*
Are these strong points of the K-R-I-T enough to convince you that it is at least worthy of your
most critical Inspectionyour closest investigation.
TtteTTlet^Us tell you morelet us show youlet us prove some of the strong claims made for the
Quick Mpney Making Opportunity
For Good Live Agents
We are now placing agencies throughout this territory. Sjm of the best towns are still open.
We have a most liberal proposition: on"a line of cars equal to any cars up to $2,000 in price.
If interested send for particulars at once before your town is token.
Nrjttrpstep ^|tbi^obilej Company,
-v^ WeJribolBrs lor
Thi Big, Progresiy 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 ieft
I W^Lt'lh- ^-JliMoosts. Horlk oaol Soata Ddnttsv Nwtbera Wisconsin, Eastern Hostess '^S-*^^. '*&*&.*&*'<
Charles M. Holt
Director of Oratory & Dramatic Aft
THE EXCEPTIONAL FACILITIES, COMPLETE ORGANI-
ZATION AND COMPREHENSIVE COURSES MAKE THE
Minneapolis School of Music
A rt the recognised
42-44 EUhth Stmt So.
ff PRIVATE and CLASS Lesson* in all
=bxanches of MUSIC, ORATORY
and DRAMATIC ART. Diplomas by
authority b! $tate. Only school occu
.pying! its own building. Recital Hali
seating COO. Faculty of 48. Illustrated
Catalog "R" upon request. Pupils may
enusr any time. Fall term, Sept. 1,19x3.
One licmth'aSupply of FORMACONE'With Every FORMACONE Sold.
Three Sizes: 75c, $1.50. $2.50.._
Purifies and Perfumes the Air Sqieutifically
Kill* All Disease Qerms and Prevents Disease. Our Roach Powder and
Insect. Exterminator will rid your, house of-all pestsU -UsecV-and Tecom
mended by the leading Hospitals, Public Institutions and.Boards of Health
ASK YOVR DRUGGIST
GEO. WILLIAMS, DISTRIBUTOR A.L.LAO,M,T.
406 So. Third St., MINNEAPOLIS 309 Pioneer Bldg., ST. PAUL
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
4 3 Departments of General Merchandise, Including
DRESS GOODS SILKS COATS SUITS MILLINERY
i UNDERWEAR CARPETS FURNITURE
One price to all and money refunded cheerfully
Makes this a safe store to trade with. No purchase is considered
completed until the customer Is absolutely satisfied
jack and tire repair outfit
Model "K-E" RoadsterSame equipment, also trunk and rear tire holders .$900.00
Model "K-D" Delkery Car, enclosed bodycompletely eauipped 900.00
Model "M-C-C" Six Cylinder, 40 H. P. Touring carCompletely equipped 1369.00
a point whe-- we compare a $900 car with
analysis, of K-R-I-T value. Studycomparethen draw your
vanadium steel, and specially heat-treat It for
toughness and strength.
The K-R-I-T has never, in two years lost a hill
climbing contest in which it participated and has
been a prominent figure in all the big endurance
runs, including the Glidden tour and others.
But overshadowing these achievements is the
K-R-I-T reputation for service and economy and
ability to travel any road under the most adverse
conditionsthe supreme satisfaction of K-R-I-T
owners in every section.
Comfort and Easy Biding."
The big elliptical springsmade of vanadium
steel to insure- easy riding and prevent the possibil
ity of breakageand the deep rich upholstering ful
fill the final requisite of riding comfort in an auto
L0DGED0M VSi BEMIDJI.
JS, o. v. ir.'?
Bemidji Lodge Mo..
.'S?7. Recruiar meetlnf
nlfhtafirst and thlrtf
"Monday at 8 o'olook.
/at Odd Fellows hall.
40t Beltrami Ave,
B. r. o. a.
Bemidji Lodge No. I0|t.
Regular meeting nights
first ancT tilled Thursdays
8 o'clockat Rlks haH.
every second and fourtfc
Sunday evenlnc* at
raaun or ajpjros
Meeting nights every
second-and fourth Monday
evenings, at Odd Fellow*
T, o. a.
Regular'"' meeting nights
every 2nd and 4th Wednes
day evening *t 4 e'eioefc.
C. A. av
and third Saturday after
noons, at 1:80at OdoT Fal
lows Halls, 401 Baltrase!
O. O. T.
Bemidji Lodge No. lit
Regular meeting nights
every Friday, I o'clock
at Odd Fellows Ball
third Wednesday at 8 o'clockI
-I o. 6. F. Hall.
nrzozTS or TTTMXAB
Bemidji Lodge No. lt
Regular meeting nights sm
ery Tuesday evening at I
o'clockat the Eagles' Hall.
i.A9x OT rmm sci,o
Bemidji Chapter No. 71,
R. A. M. Stated convocations
first and third Mondays,
o'clock p. m.at Masenls
Hall Zeltraml Ave., and^Flfth
Blkanah Commandery No. 88
K. T. Stated conclavesecond
and fourth Fridays, 8 6'oloos
p. m.at Masonic Tornpie.'Bal
traml Ave., and Fifth St.
Regrul&r meetin's^ fbesf1os
the first aud third Thursdays
la the I. O. O. F. Hall at
B. A. "-'T"
Roosevelt, No. 162S, Regu
lar meeting Dlg-htsi second
and fourth Thursdays .ot
each month at eight-o'clock
in Odd Fellows Hall.---nh
Bemidji Camp No. 601*.
first and third Tuesdays at
8 o'clock at Odd Fsllows
Hall, 408 Beltrami Ava,"
O.fiS.S. ChapUr No. &71.
Regular meeting nights
first and third FrldaYsf, I
o'clock at Hasdnle'BaU,
Beltrami Ave.y rand' Fifth
ova or i
Meetings held thlrS
'Sunday afternoon of ak
month at Troppaas*s
Meetings the first Friday
evening of the month at
the home of Mm. F.
Schmidt. SOS Third street
BISIAR & ENGLAND
117 3rd St UMJi.r'~r"
Real Estate, Loans,
and General Insur
Choice Farm Lands and City property
for sale on easy terms See usiefo
buying elsewhere, and save money.
Duluth's Largest and Besf Hotel
DUL.UTH V^"^- MINISBSOTX
More than fioO.000.00 recently eiptodsd
on improvements. 260 rocms,'l%Brtvass
batbs. 60 sample rooms .^r^meditt
conveniences Luxurious ana Sta^*
restaurants and buffet., Jlemlsh
Maanificent lobby and pnbliS
Ballroom, bananefe rooms, and prtvass
STOV E WOO FO SAlfi
7A St. beyond, $lW^
***&P^ Nymore, $^00t8
^^1 Telephone Orders lie. 82
Regular meeting night
last Wednesday~" eventng
In each month.
A. F. A A. M.. Bemidji,
288. Regular' meeting
nights first and third
Wednesdays, 8 o'ttloekt
Masonic Hall, Beltrami
Ava, and Fifth St.' -'i