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LEST WE FORGET^
Special meetings commence in the
Methodist church Thursday evening
at 8 o'clock. They will continue for
There will be a dance in the city
hall Friday night, given tot the bene-1
fit of the High School Athletic as
That news items telephoned to thS
Pioneer are appreciated both ibjr the
publishers and readers of the papers
There will toe-an important meet
ing of the Athletic club members this
evening. As much business is" to be
transacted it is urged^btat 11 be pre^,
Sanford Dodge and his company
wiill appear at the Athletic club
theatre next Thursday evening,
April 2. Sanford is one of Ameri
ca's -greatest actors. He will play
here vender auspices of the Athletic
W. P. Dickens,, superintendent of
the Red Lake Indian reservation, was
in Bemidji yesterday on business.
Big dance at Dreamland Saturday
Mayor William McCuaig will leave
this evening for Minneapolis where
he will be present at the big Shrin
Johnnie Pogue is confined to his
home with diptheria but has at in a
mild form and is able to be up and
around the house.
Sunday last day of skating. Every
A. G. Wedge, vice president of the
First National bank, will return from
the twin cities tomorrow, where he
has been on business.
H. R. Hall, of Lakota, North Dako
ta, editor of the Lakota Observer, is
in the city today, the guest of his
sister, Mrs. Avis Guyer.
A complete line of field and gar
den seeds at W. G. Schroeder store.
Mesdames W. T. Blakely and
Philip Medley of Farley were in the
city today. They came down to
meet friends from Bagley.
W. E. Lundall and E. King of
Conviction Born of Exeriencer.
The man who has used Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy and watched
and felt and realized its remarkable
curative properties will tell you that
it has no superior for coughs an(J
colds. The remarkable success of
this preparation aided by the person
al recommendations of people who
have been cured toy it has made it
one of the most popular medicines in
use. Try it when you have a cough
or cold and realize for yourself what
a first class cough medicine will ac^
complish. For sale toy all dealers.
Adv. At The Brinkman
in five acts is the offering at the
Brinkman tonight, when the Haxry
St. Clair Stock Company wiM present
the strongest and best play in their
repertoire. A play eleganetly cosr
turned and especial care has toeen ta
ken in the stage settings. The iplay
has been under rehearsals for several
weeks past. Mrs Brinkman who fa
playing the part of Olympe. by spec
ial request will wear the celebrated
Brinkman jewels which were worn
by Mr. Brinkman's mother when she
was presented to the King in 1858 at
King's Castie at Mechlenberg-Sch
werin. Mrs Karloff in the part of
Camille is considered one of the best
Canaille's in the business and has won
^reat praise from, press and putolic
tft rbbth in Canada and the States/*for
her excellent portrayal of a very dif
ficult role. The entire company are
*tised in thUs productionjand wltniMrs
have been secured, a first class pro
duction is promised all who witness
this famous pflay.
^4 FEATUBE REELS 0
Hope Jones CONCERT ORCHESTRA
JTWO BIQ SHOWS 0NE,ADMI8SI0N
E*sterfMonday* a dance
will be given by the Bemldji Athle.
tic club. v~~-_
That the Bemidji Moose lodge will
give a dance in the city hall Easter
Grand Rapids, were in Bemidji yes-
poititsHfabii the north line.
One of these days you ought to
*o to Hakkerups and have your pic
iMrs. E. H. Marcum returned yes
terday^ from Grand Forks
Crookston, where he has "been the
gu6Btrbf\ friends- aoid-rrelativee.
Mr:v/'ana'^t^ ''^3iarQiie rOrouchV of
DunseithX ^forth. Dakota, 'Arrived In
Bemidjfi yesterday. ^TheyYexpect to
remain in the-city for sometime.
Mr. and* Mr* A. P. White, who are
spending several days in the twin
cities, Chicago and other points, will
return to Bemidji about April 1.
$1.00 cash gets 20 pounds of sugar
at our store. No delivery on this.
Schmitt's grocery*Adv. ft--
Mr. and M*.iJfr*W. Sager xfcf Cold
wafer, Michigan, came to Bemidji
g^^SK^MMiePtyJ #SW the Bumimer
here, if they can find suitable ac
7- Hav^e your furniture repaired at
the bargain store first class work at
^,M^ ij. ferried and Mrs. Geo.
H. Herri ed, both of Deer River ar
rived in Bemidji yesterday, the form
ibex to receive treatment
at a local hosbital.
Ypu want new suit for Easter.
Ordernow Prices $20.00 to, $50.-00
ftoganson Bros, 106 2nd St.Adv!
Mrs. C. M. Jacobson entertained
the members of the Entre Nous club
yesterday afternoon at her home at
307, Seventh street.'The afternoon
was spent (in playing bridge.
M. J. Troop has opened a meat
market in the: McCuaig grocery store.
Order your meats delivered with your
groceries. Phone No. 1.Adv.
Mrs. C. .E Battles has issued invi
tations for a thimble bee, to be given
at her home at 703 Lake boulevard,
tomorrow afternoon. This is the
first of -a. series- of .parties to be given
by Mrs. Battles.
Boys interested in joining' the
juvenile band phone 535 or call at
109 Fifth Street. Alden Remfrey.
The first of the special meetings to
be given in the Methodist church
during the next ten days, will be held
tonight. The pastor's subject will
be, "The Cry of the Lost." The meet
ing will begin at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Hannah returned from Malt
by this week where she visited her
mother, Mrs. C. F. Ferris, who has
been ill for a long time with in flama
tory rheumatism. She does not
seem to be. improving any at this
Fresh meats of all kinds at-the Be
midji Meat Market. They will be
delivered with your groceries from
the McCuaig store. Phone No. 1.
P. J. McGarry df Walker, a mem
ber of the house of representatives
was in Bemidji (last evening. Mr.
McGarry is a candidate for the sen
ate, from the district of Cass and
Itasca and the possibilities of his
election appear very encouraging.
N. D. Barker, the Buffalo Bill of
the newspaper boys, and who was
one of the fun makers at the North
ern Minnesota editorial association
meeting held here last summer, ar
rived in. Bemidji this morning. Mr.
Barker represents the Inter-Type
Saving money is a habit that grows
and the more it grows the easier it
becomes. Save something this week
and deposit it at interest in the
Northern National bank.Adv.
There* .will be a dance in the city
halfl tomorrow evening, given by the.
High School Athletic association and
for its benefit. The 'high school
dances are\ among the most enjoyable
social affairs of the winter and a
Good-bye sore feet, burning feet, swok
len feet, sweaty feet, smelling feet, tired
Good bye corns) callouses, buhicins and
raw spots. No
more shoe tight-
ness, no more
pain or drawing
up your face in
rigiT off. *risg*'
draws out all the
tionfl which fpt|ff!
UR lhe%feet.S lleie:
"TIZ" and for
get your /pot misery. Ah! how com-
fort^% yoiir:i feet^fed/MGets a *25 cent
Wa&"hr*'h2r now at il druggist or"
.Jepaftiujgpti-.iSJtpre. Don't suffer Have
JRotl feet, Ig&il |ei, t|ee^ ithat never
sweUlwmeik ifettr^ neyejrigeifc tired. A
year'a foot comfort guaranteed, or
money vjefundetU & &
DEAFNESS CANNOT BR CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear
There is only one was jio^cMa^eaJtness,
Deafness is caused by an* Inflamed con
dition or the mucous lining of the Eua&.
tachian Tube. When this tube in
flamed you have a rumbling1
and two extra people who ^^^^W^mmm^}^^^-!^-
en out and
imperfect. herin, and^where it is en
ttreJrr^lpsed/ Deafness -is the" l-e'tiultT
tube its no
ma condition, -will destroyer
forever nine cases out of ten aM:c ftifSfe Jt5i
by Catarrh, which is nothing- bW^jth^in^s 413^
flamed condition of the mucous surfaces?'
We will give One Hundred Doliar&foi
any case of deafness (caused by
Catarrhthat Cure. Send circulars,H free
P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, U..JO
Sold by Druggists. 76c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constl-
W^^m"Hilil'.UHIWW-UFl "F1uwji)!1 HXil''''"i' I'I I' II i53"'ii ri ilimi rini
i .r..-- rt A^ a ^..i i .Kmrin.-nn .i i*l,mmnxwp*mFiMaagsr^im=mmi*^it
Miss Pearl Djonne, formerly of this
city, wiho Is now attending a nurse'
school at St. Peter, Minnesota, was
in Bemidji Tuesday evening, enroute
to Northome, where she was called
by the death of her little niece. Miss
Djonne will return to Bemidji Satur
day and will spend the day with
friends, returning to St. Peter Sun
The administrator and the guar
dian, the trustee and the treasurer,
will- find the Northern National.
Bank a very acceptable place to de
posit their funds. Such funds are ab
solutely secure and are earning in
A number of friends planned a
pleasant surprise on Mrs. John Mo
berg yesterday afternoon. The la
dies were Mesdames J. H. Randahl,
Berg, M. S. Wilson, Magnuson ot
West Superior, Ole Larson, George C.
Berglund, T. Thompson, John L.
(Brown, Lars Lind, A EUetson, Nes
lund, Ca&person, O. Ohristenson, Al
ma Smith and Miss TilMe Felt of Mar
lard. The afternoon was spent in
conversation and a dainty lunch was
At The Brinkman
Camille in flive acts is the offering",
at the Brinkman tonight, when the
Harry St. Clair -Steele Company will
present the strongest and .best play
in their repertoire. A play elegant
ly costumed and special care has
been taken in the stage, settings. The
play has 'been under rehearsals for
several weeks ipast* Mrs. Brinkman
who is playing the part of Olympe,
by special request will wear the cele
brated Brinkman jewels which were
worn by Mr. Brinkman's mother
when she was presented to the King
in 1858 at the King's Castle at Me
chilenberg-iSchwerin. Mrs. Karloff
in the part of Camille is considered
one of the best Canaille's in the busi
ness and has won great praise from
fr^ss^acti|uhlt both ih Canada and
the'^ates^foriher excellent portrayal
of a very difficult role. The entire
company are used in this production
andJrith Mrs. Brinkman and two ex
tra people who have 'been secured, a
first class production is promised
all who witness this famous play.
AND HI* BIG HYPNOTIC COHEOY CD. ind Moving Pictures
Good comedy, singing,
than all others combined'
The Silent Message
In two parts
An unusual and exciting and
interesting dramatic object
lesson-that-is bound to
'Twixt Love and Fire(
A side-splitting comedy full
of clever situations and
which will make the joy
tears run down your face
large number is expected to attend.
Invitations have been issued.
Dies in the Electric Crtair&lk
Boston, March 25.William A.
Dorr of Stockton, Cal., paid the death1
penalty in the electric chair at
Charlestown state prison for the
murder of George E. Marsh, wealthy.
Lynn (Mass4. soap manufacturer. "I-
Washington, March 25.William P.
Malhurn pf -Denverr Golo., took the.
oath of office as assistant secretary of
ftf eh^g^^oTmr^cWsBnis. "He is a
son-in-law of Senator Thomas.
any case or aeaines (cause by c* ^dBsht ^ith thP nolirp ilurine whirh
tarrh cannot bforcured 4 alT^'
^Tjerre Haute, Ind., March 25.After
uce """"8 wme
more^yijm fifty shots were exchanged,/
Ernest McWiUiams, aged fifteen, sur
rendered when his clothing was soak* Pot.a**PJ?
damcini More scientific features1
Two blgt *iftw nlhtly starting at 7:IS and 9:0Q
I ENTIRE CHANCE OF PROCRAlW EACH NICHf!
SEEK AID FOR FRENCH BILL
Women Ask House Committee to Give
Washipgton, March- 25.Woman
suffragists, headed by Rev. Olympic
Brown of Wisconsin, president of'the
Federal- Suffrage association, sought'
the aid of the house elections com
mittee in behalf or the French bill,
which would' provide that female citi
zens of the United States with the
qualifications required of men voters
shall be eligible to vote "in all states
of the Union at elections for mem
bers of the house of representatives
and the United States senate."
Mrs. Clara Bewick Colby, Portland,
Ore., speaking in support of the bill,
declared that under the Constitution
and the interpretations of the courts
"women were people and citizens and
congress, therefore, should recognize
them as such and extend the rights
of federal suffrage to them."
She cited the decision of Chief Jus
tice Taney that the words "people of
the United States" and "citizens" are
synonymous, and added that the Con
stitution provides that "the people"
shall choose the members of the
house and senate.
SENATE INQUIRIES COSTLY
Investigations in Last Four Years
Meant Outlay of $163,514.72.
Washington, March ?..Investiga
tions conducted by the United States
senate between Feb. 9, 1910, and
March 13, 1914, cost the government
$163,514.72, Senator John Sharp Will
iams, chairman of the committee on
contingent- expenses, furnished the fig
ures to the senate. Among'the Nex
pensive investigations were the fol
Cost of living, $8,709 first Lorimei
inquiry, $10,141 second Lorimer in
quiry, $58,166 Senator Stephenson's
election, $12,998 lobbying operations,
BRYAN GETS PAGE'S LETTER
Secretary Takes Ambassador's Speech
.to Cabinet Meeting*.
Washington, March 23.Ambassa-
dor Page's own complete account of
his London speech on the Monroe doc
trine and the Panama canal, which
caused the senate to demand an ex
Tby the state department,
was received by Secretary Bryan.
He tookithe- speech with him to the
cabinet meeting and planned to trans
mit to the senate later. Meanwhile
he declined to disclose the nature of
Mr, Page's account'of his address or
the circumstances under- which' he
made his remarks.
Incendiaries Burn Elevators.
Kloten, Ns D., March 2o.The Farm*
ers' and the Winter Ames grain ele
vators were destroyed and the Rukke
machine arid luniber_ yards were ex*
tensively damaged by fire that evi*
dently was set by incendiaries under
the Farmers' elevator driveway. The
Farmers' building was empty, but the
other elevator contained 20,000 bush*
els of grain.
Heaviest'Illinois Man Dead.
Jacksonville, 111., March 25.Peter
Baujan, weight -510 pounds, Illinois
heaviest' man, is dead.
is-'different. It does
not dry oat can be 1
used to the last drop llqttfd and paste one r*
quality absolutely no waste no dost or
dirt. You get your money's worth.
Is not only moat economical, but it KITM brH
llnt.8llky Instretbat cannotbeobtained wltnaay
otber polish. Black Silk Stove Pollab don not
rob offit lartvfaHr tlaca-aldnfra ordinary pol
labso It ^avea^yon -time, vork and money.
L1 AOMi!trfrtr-when you .wan
etove'pollsh besnretfratktoft i
Black Hlb.. If It lant ttie best 1
stove pdllsbi you ever~naed
jrour dealer will refw* your
yrBiack.Silk, Stove ?eBak
Works, Sterling, Illinois.
UeBlaefc Hlk AlrVrylaa^Iraa
r^iwad. on grates, registers,
fatove pipes, arid automobile
tire rintsL Prevents rustlng.i i
tJ?e Black Silk UiPUali/or
siltci^^re^ickeT.tlnmS&ftr 'trass. Itworksqnlckly.easilyj
nd leavesa nrfflbfitt BtirSee.
It bas no equal for use on an
jft* Wo^cl of Catutiofr
One Ihould 5be exceptionally lar^
fu^justijtiow about taMng^cold, and
when a coW is contracted, get rid of
it aa,quiqKly as possible. To ac
complish this you wil find.Chainihei'
lain's Cough Remedy excellent. 'It
is not-onLy prompt and effectual but
fs plealsant and Safet to take, and has
it. SIFor.^le v|^y all dealer^.rAdw:
SjMMto ehamberiaJa 1
*$w#) a#Ji .girt m, ,4jfcffs%jj
j^jil, lis J&% fo^ **& t'k
Waahlneton oUn^ iNekft^fr
Regarding Wattrway lmprov|
Prevl&u.ly MM tlM4ft
and* th eh^ to-Vl,
an important phase tb* ia
Malaat the administration
for repeal of the toll exempt
vision of the1
placed before the senate
atoi- Chalriberlaih of O're^dni^itro
duced a resolution ^lch'woul^javej
the way toward repeal of fT Mjption
of the rivers and harbors act oMJul
6, 1884, providing that- ry toi be
charged on any vessels "through^ any
canal or other work^fof the* improve
of navigation belonfcinir
taryof war to furnish' inform^
the number pf canals construct^
rivers and harbors improved
United States since the" act
and the cost of each. ,J^ also
information concerning tolls -oj^each
for reimbursing the government
what classes of vessels, ,wheth||
mestic or foreign, pass through^iehf^l
and what discrimination is.. ma^ on
and harbors apfn-opriation^.biU^itgarh
domestic shipping, 'v
There was no prospect' of 'pgtingi
the Sims bill to repeal the Panama, fc
tolfe- exemption- before the^ hou|e^ip
present. Consideration of L-thfe, rivers fc^
em. For'sale by all dealers.
This seasolft mei&&****nwtl1*
made on "natural" liniers jiot nltie
any padding narrow sliolufderst v^r
draping of all' fne^a^nts and^ coats ^J*
with soft front.
they know how t& m^ke Jpift froiitithSt
You'll- see* the iifffirerice1--***
the.season advances J|ettj
other fellow not on
Suits and ove
$25 and up
laggie Teyte thinks of
well known ^|kl "tratde'rs hae^t
ifSion service on Qreat ff
P'|^ou tBo will enjoy travel
&Mhern ^.ailwav from your #$-
city to St. Paul and Minneapolis^^
Will be at the uditojrium, St. Paul, April 20, 21, 22, 23,
mbep^f wot^iiaijipus artists including' .^Ai
Arra^ to iM^thenft. ^l
Had Neeif OL^Cook,
^Yo Wait FoSoSe?
You Hope Wr One?
ie% ana dull
her look better and feel bet
For sale by all dealers.Adv.
etOTaJPas8eij|^r^ftent, ST. PAUL, MINN.
\iQtfimonal ExM&twn, San Francisco, fans-