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In case of fire call 349.
Trainmen's annual dance, in City
haM, New Year's night.
The Bemidji public schools will re
sume classes January 4.
Minnesota's 1915 state fair will be
heM September 6 to 11.
Beltrami county's next term of
court will convene on Tuesday, Feb
ruary 9.
The first meeting of the new board
of county commissioners will be held
Monday, January 4. The chairman
will be named.
The 1915 convention of the North
Central Minnesota Educational asso
ciation will be held in this city, Feb
ruary 11, 12 and 13.
"The Cavaliers" will appear in Be
midji January 15. This is a Red
path attraction and comes here under
the auspices of the Woman's Study
The 1915 summer meeting of the
N. M. D. A. will be held at Coleraine,
June 10 and 11. The winter con
vention will be held in Bemidji next
Basketball Tuesday evening, "Big
Bemidg" against the Minneapolis In
dependents. On Thursday and Fri
day the St. Cloud C. C's will play
here. Everybody's going.
It is the effort of the publishers
of the Pioneer to make the local col
umns of the paper of much Interest
to its readers. In this they cannot
be successful without assistance, and
every news item, no matter if seem
ingly of trifle consequence, phoned to
81, is appreciated.
Clifford Ward of Benedict Is spend
ing the holidays with his parents in
this city.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Fuller of
Crookston are the guests of their
daughter Mrs. E. F. Netzer.
Frances Bowers and Myrtle Shafer
of town of Eckles, were business
visitors in the city Thursday.
Mrs. E. G. Marfel of Mineapolis is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Shellfoo of
or Norton avenue for a few days.
For Wood Phone 129.Adv.
Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Tuomy enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Robinson
at dinner at the Markham last even
Mr. and Mrs. George Kreatz of
Bemidji avenue entertained Mr. and
Mrs. Walter .Marcum at Christmas
Mrs. John Abercrombie of this
city went to International Falls
Thursday, where she will visit rela
tives for two weeks.
Gus Melges, formerly of this city
but now in the real estate business
in Minneapolis, was the guest ot Be
midji friends yesterday.
Stewart's grocery will be closed
all day Christmas.Adv.
Grand Theatre
The Potter and the (Hay
A two part Kalem in which a
woman's revenge is spoiled by
her own daughter.
Hearst-Selig News Pictorial
All the late war news and other
interesting events.
The Untarnished Shield
The second of "The Beloved
Adventure" series featuring Ar
thur Johnson.
The Tall of Hicks
The Plumber's Picnic
Two good comedies
Admission 5c and 10c
TUESDAY: Kelceyand Shan
non in "After the Ball". Six
reels of thrills, tears and cheers.
/Matinee at 3 P. M.
Bert Jamison of Walker, judge ot
probate of Cass county, was in
mid}i CbJfetmis eve, being the gttest
of relatives'while here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Netzer hail as
their dinnerguests yesterday, Mr.
ad Mrs. A. F. Fuller of Crookston
and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrsi E- M. Sathre of
Dewey-avenue, -entertained lfr8. O.
B. Sonstrud iuidMrfttgnters Carolme,
Ave and Ella at Christinas dinner.
Mr: and Mrs. A. O. Hogansott had
as their Christmas dinner guests Mir.
and Mrs. John Hogansbn and ichil
dren, and Messrs Lam and Odegnrd.
One of these days you ought* tt
go to Hakkerup's and have your pic
ture taken.Adv.
Miss Ruth Wentworth, the teacher
at Buena Vista, went to Blackduck
yesterday'where she will visit her
parents during the Christmas vaeat
George, Klein of Turtle River was
in the city today on business. Mr.
Kline took up his duties as post mas
ter Thursday, succeeding Nels Ot
Mr. and Mrs. James French went
to Blackduck Thursday, where they
spent Christmas day with their son
Edwin. They returned to Bemidji
lave your furniture repaired at
the bargain store,- first clas work at
reasonable prices.Adv.
Miss Annie Werner, who is em
ployed at the Carlson Variety store,
is spending the Christmas holidays,
the guest of her parents at Pine
City, Minnesota.
Mrs. Charles Dickenson and
daughter Cora of Island Lake, were
in Bemidji Friday, enroute to Sol
way, where they will visit relatives
for a short time.
County Attorney and Mrs. G. M.
Torrance had as their Christmas din
ner guests Messrs. Clayton C. Cross
of this city and his brother Sherwood
Cross of Winnipeg.
Omnibus to all trains, afternoon
and night. Phone 355-88. Night
Call 104. Bunker.-~A.dv.
Mrs. John' Goodman had as her
dinner guests at the Markham last
evening Mrs. W. B. Stewart of this
city and Miss Florence Grimoldby
of Virginia, Minnesota.
Miss Mary Randolph of Blackduck
was in the city Friday. From here
she went to Boy River where she will
visit at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Joe Anderson until Monday.
Miss Myrtle White of Cavalier,
North Dakota, is visiting at the home
of her parents in town of Northern
during the Christmas holidays.. Miss
White teaches school in Cavalier.
Miss Christine A. Bartol, who
teaches school at Neely's siding was
in Bemidji yesterday enroute to
Lengby, Minnesota, where she will
visit relatives during the holidays.
Make more money by preparing for
a position at Mankato Commercial
College, Mankato, Minn. Send for
Many Bemidji persons took advan
tage of the elaborate Christmas menu
at the Markham hotel last evening
and as a consequence several dinner
parties were given there, nearly one
hundred being served.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Gill entertained
at six o'clock Christmas, dinner at
Hotel Markham yesterday. The
guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. Ss^al
and daughters, A. Segal, and Miss
Rose Cone of Superior, Wisconsin.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cochran en
tertained at six o'clock dinner last
evening. The guests were Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. LaBaw, Mr. and Mrs. M.
E. Kenfield, Mr. and Mrs. William
Chichester and George Cochran Jr.
of Bena.
Forty acres of good cord wood
stumpage for sale se sw of 29147-33.
Inquire of O. J. Weekly, 1207 Bel
trami avenue or Gully Minnesota,
Miss Jessamine Gould, a teacher
in the Warren public schools and her
sister, Miss Etta Gould, a student' at
the Madison university, formerly of
this city, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Dempsey during the
Christmas holidays.
Archdeacon H. F. Parshall of Gass
Lake, was in attendance at the Christ
mas program given by the Sunday
school class of the Episcopal church
yesterday afternoon. The affair was
one of the largest ever held by the
church and was very successful.
We mean YOU when we say "Save
part of your- income- and deposit It
regularly in the Northern National
Bank." It will earn you 4 percent
Mr. and Mrs G. A. McDonald and
little daughter Marion of Winnipeg,
are the guests of Mrs. McDonald's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McMan
us of Dewey avenue. Mr. McDonald
will remain for two or three weeks
and Mrs. McDonald and daughter
will remain until Easter.
Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Stanton, of
Bemidji avenue, had as their dinner
guests yesterday Dr. and Mrs. C. R.
Sanborn, Mr. and Mrs. George Strick
land, Attorney E. M. Stanton of
Thief River Falls, Senator P. H.
McGarry of Walker, Judge C. W.
Stanton and H. Mayne Stanton.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kenfield of
lake Boulevard,, entertained at *W^s%df||%SJSjleiV3&SC 4Mld 3&C
o'clock Christmas dinner -yesterday,
it being tbeir 25 wedding nnlver
sity. The guests -were Mr. .and Mrs.
Quincy. Brooks^ and family, Mr. and
Mrs, J._ J. Me*ughiin, Mr. and Mrs.
M. E. KenftddV Earl Cochran, and
Mr. and Mr* Thacher of Seattle,
Washington. The decorations ^used
were-aenti from Alabama, by- Mr.
andrlfrs. D. Kenfield of Cass Lake,
who^ are spending -the winter there
and ronsisted *of holly, mistletoe,
magnolia, a branch covered with
miniature oranges, and a number of.
other Christmas- greens which grow
in that state.
N. J. Case has purchased the Hen
rionnet Grocery on 8th and Irvine
Ave., and extends a cordial welcome
to all patrons. A complete line of
groceries, cigars, school supplies, etc.
always on hand.-^-Adv.
"Uncle" James Winebrenner of
Dewey-avenue has a idozen this year's
pullets, -whlch-have been laying eggs
very regularly since the cold weath
er. Yesterday, which was the coldest
day we have had so far this year,
was their record breaking day, and
they laid nine eggs.' "If anyone has
pullets to beat mine, let them trot
them out," said "Uncle" Winebren
ner. Mr. Winebrenner has been
Quite a hunter in his day and Mrs.
Winebrenner is wearing a set of
beautiful furs which she had made
this winter from a Michigan black
bear, which Mr. Winebrenner shot
thirty years ago. The hide, which
was tanned shortly after the bear
was killed, was in perfect condition
according to the Chicago furrier who
prepared the set. The fur is a jet
black and exceptionally fine and
The United States last year im
ported 22,295,533 square yards of
fiber mattings.
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Plaitlngs. All work guaranteed.
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N. W.
608 Nicollet Ave. Minneapolis, Minn.
Bumped Up Against the Real Thing.
"I think I have bumped up against
the real thing in Chamberlain's Tab-
lets," writes D. R. Thomas, of Ti
dioute, Pa. "They do the work and
cause no unpleasant reaction." In
cases of constipation when pills and
saline cathartics are used, their use
is often followed by constipation, as
they take so much water out of the
system. On the other hand the.ef
fect of Chamberlain's Tablets is' so
agreeable nnd so* natural that you
do not realize that it has been pro
duced in a medicine, and no reaction
follows their use. For sale by All
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Matt in a Difficult Position
a good comedy
The F4man and the Girl
a three reel drama
Tonight and Tomorrow
Singing, musicand talk
higbythecelebrated eccen
tric comedian Jlr. Charles
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Admission 15c & 20c
At the
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Hello Bill
The great cotnedy melodrama
Eagle's Nest
in four acts
Picture ^Program 7:30
Curtain cm the big Show 8:30
Notifies Washington Agency
to Deny Reports. S
Says He Found His Soldiers "In High
Spirits and Eagsr to Assume the
Offensive Against -Reactionaries."
Villa in Mexico *bJIP*W
Washington, Dec. 26jGeneral Car
ranza has no intentifcl of leaving
Mexico, according to a lelegram re
ceived at the CarrBAzajagency here
from A&izaca, a small town northeast
of Puebla. In .addition t$ requesting
his representatives to ^feny all such
reports the message says:/
"1 am still in a town of Apizaca,
visiting the camps e* our troops and
finding them in high spirits and eager
to assume the offensive against the
reactionaries. Necessities ^f the cam
paign demand that I visit the lines of
operation so that I may become ac
quainted with the necessities of the
troops and keep in close touch with
their movements.
A dispatch to the state department
says Garraiwa isHrjepo]l|ted:
reached Cordoba, on taevline
Vera Cruz and Mexico City. His
troops, it is added,'haver taken live
stock and other articles at Orizaba
and other places along the railway.
A dispatch from Mexico City says
that General Villa has. taken a house
there and will remain there indefinite
People of Guadalajara Raise Fund of
Million Pesos.
El Paso, Tex., Dec. 26.Julian C.
Medina, a blacksmith, has been- ap-
pointed governor of the-state of Jalis
co by General Francisco Villa, accord
ing to advices reaching here from
Guadalajara, the capital. Miguel Die
guez, the Carranza appointee, who was
deposed when Villa forces captured
Guadalajara recently, w^s a carpen
During his recent visit to Guadala
jara General Villa sought the loan of
1,000,000 pesos from the .people of the
state. The major part qt this sum, it
is said, will be supplied .by the church
party, which is gratified over Villa's
action in reopening the churches,
which had been closed Sy the Carran
za governor.
General Villa, according to reports
received here, addressed the business
men of Guadalajara at mass meet
ing regarding the loan and told them
that if the convention Judgment does
not "obtain funds' it cannot "exist for
another year. He predicted that if
funds are not raised another French
revolution will result and, men such
as he was addressing might fall by
the knife or the guillotine. The busi
ness men are contributing to the fund,
it is said.
Five Men Under Arrest,In Connection
With Suspected Plot.
New York, Dec. 26.Five men, in
cluding several sailors, -are under ar
rest here in connection?-with the un
covering of what the federal authori
ties believe is a wholesale opium
smuggling plot.
It was stated that a woman, de
clared to be the head of a conspiracy,
is on the steamer Baltic, now nearing
England, and that a wireless message
has been sent to the White Star liner
and a cablegram to the Scotland Yard
authorities looking toward her arrest
in Liverpool. She is said to have $200,-
000 worth of opium with her, which
she and others found they could not
smuggle into this country owing to
the discovery of the plot
Three 8teamship Lines Agree on
Raise in Charges.
San Francisco, Dec. 26.An increase
in freight rates was agreed on by
three lines of steamships plying be
tween the Atlantic and Pacific coasts.
The new scale will go into effect
Dec. 30 and will be adopted by the
Luckenbach Steamship company, W.
R. Grace & Co. and the. American*
Hawaiian line.
The increase chiefly affects iron and
steel goods and will raise the cost of
transporting .rails to San Sfrancisco $1
a ton. To Portland, Seattle and Ta
coma the increase is $2 a ton.
Joseph Fish, Wealthy Chicagoan, Wat
Charged With Conspiracy.
Chicago, Dec. 26.Joseph Fis*
wealthy public fire insurance adjuster,
charged with conspiracy, was acquit
ted by a jury in a few, minutes.
Fish was charged Tvith having con
spired in 1909 with David Korshak, a
confesed starter of incendiary fires,
to cause fires for which Fish would
act as insurance adjuster.
Fourteen more indictments are
pending against Fish and it is said he
will be placed on trial again in a few
I have for sale a limited amount
of Grimm Alfalfa seed grown'on
my placenear Staples.
If you want high grade, home
grown reed of known origin, purity
and germination make your wants
made known now. "^^^^'-"i^
Write or teiepbjone^
Underwood Believes Woman Suffrage
Is Certain of Defeat.
Washington, Dec. 26.Democratic
Leader Underwood ^predicted that
when the proposed constitutional
amendment for woman suffrage reach
ed a vote in the house it would be
defeated probably by^ a. two-thirds
"I shall vote against it and so will
most of the Democrats in the house,"
said Mr. Underwood. "The party, by
caucus action, has gone on record
holding that woman suffrage, like pro
hibition is a state issue and not a na
tional question. It is a question for
the states themselves to act upon and
not for congress."
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Phone 31.
Lucas County-
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he la
senior-partner of the .firm of F. J. Chen
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Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev
ery ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURB
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence, this 6 th day of December.
A. D. 1886.
(Salt) A. W. GLBASON,
Notary Public
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