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St Philip's Catholic.
Low mass at 7 o'clock high mass
at 9 a. m. Sunday school at 10:30
a. m. vespers and benediction at
7:30 p. m. Father .J. T. Philippe.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock morn
ing services at 11 o'clock Bible class
at 7 o'clock evening service in Eng
lish at 8 o'clock.
English services in the morning at
o'clock. Osmond Johnson, pastor.
First Spiritualist church of Be
midji holds services at its church
building, corner Seventh street and
Irvine avenue, Sunday evening at 8
Sunday school 10 a m.
Praise service and Bible study 11
a. Cummer, leader.
B. Y. U. 7 p. Donald Rick
Dr. E. P. Robertson, president of
Wesley college, Grand Forks, N. D.,
will preach at the morning service,
10:45 o'clock. Evening worship at
8 o'clock, sermon subject"Cumb-
ered." Epworth League at 7 p.
Sunday school at 12 m. A cordial
Invitation to these services. B.
Communion service will be ob
served at the Presbyterian church
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. At
this service the pastor will speak on
the subject"The Onward Press"
(Philippians 3:14). In the evening
at 8 o'clock the sermon will be
preached on "The Natural and the
Spiritual Man" (1 Corinthians 2:14).
Sunday school will meet at 10 a. m.,
and Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m.
AH are most cordially invited to at
tend these services L. Warford,
Mrs. W. L. Davies and Misses
Lois Davies and Dorothy Collins left
for Bemidji this morning to visit
with Mrs Davies* daughter, Mrs E
H. Marcum Crookston Times.
Richardson's panoramic photo of
Rosby creamery picnic this noon,
only 50c Rich Studio, 29 10th St.
Phone 570-W. 1-714
Mclver, Bacon and
Schumaker, all prominent business
men of Bemidji, were in the city last
Friday and Saturday in the interests
of their business at BemidjiThief
River Falls Press.
Gregory Malone, formerly of Crook
ston, now of Bemidji, is spending a
few days in Crookston with his sis
ters, Mrs J. F. Norman and Mrs R.
F. Kirsch. He will leave tomorrow
evening for Duluth to enlist with
forestry division of the army Should
he be accepted a few months will
elapse before he is at the war front
in FranceCrookston Times.
MI j* renew next
Hair lressing manicuiin,
face massage, scalp treat
merit, switches made from
combings $1 50 Corns, in
grown nails created a spe
Ml ti'h St Phone 112-W
100 Years Old
"The kidneys play a most important
part causing premature old age and
deaththe more injurious the poisons
passing thru the kidneys the sooner
comes decay"so says a distinguished
physician, who further advises all people
who are past thirty to preserve the vitality
of the kidneys and free the blood from
poisonous elements, such as uric acid
drink plenty of watersweat some daily
and take Anuric before meals.
This Anuric is put up in tablet
form, and can be obtained at almost
any drug store. For that backache,
lumbago, rheumatism, "rusty" joints.
awoUen feet or hands, due to uric acid
ia the blood, Anuric quickly dissolves
tiie uric acid as hot water docs sugar.
Discovered by Dr. Pierce of Buffalo, N. Y.
Prevent old age by simply Bipping a
cup of hot water every morning before
breakfast, taking a little Anuric before
meals and live to be a hundred.
A MINNESOTA MOTHER.
Mankato, Minn."About two years
ago in expectancy,^
I became all run
down, weak? could
not eat and if I did
could not retain it.
I was nauseated all
1 the tune. I hid se
I pains and dreadful
'backaches as well.
It was impossible
for me to do any
work, doctors did
aot seem to give me any relief. I was
ready to give up when a friend recom
mended Dr. Pidrce's Favorite Prescrip
tion. It only took four bottles of this
medicine to give me strength and build
me up, and I gave birth to a fine healthy
baby. This medicine has done wonders
for me"MRS. CLAUDE I. CBANBALL,
R. F. D. 1. Mankato.
fvw pv. ^l^l$p SP^^TT[
"The Old Fashioned Young Man"
which is the program at the Grand
tomorrow, might be termed Tri
angle's transcontinental drama, in
that the scenes are actually laid in
California, New Orleans, Atlanta,
Washington and aboard train. It is
the story of a young man reared to
venerate women in the old fashion
ed manner, who fights against a gang
of crooked politicians to clear the
name of a woman. Later this woman
is discovered to be his own mother.
A girl's name is also besmirched by
the scandal, and the boy is deter
mined to vindicate it before he asks
her to take his own.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals will be received
at the City Clerk's office, City of Be
midji, for the laying of storm sewer
and manholes at the approach to
the new bridge City enginer will
furnish estimates of same. Blis to
be opened at the next regular meet
ing of the City Council on Monday
evening, July 23rd, 1917. Certified
checks to accompany bids.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals will be received
at the City Clerk's office, City of Be
for the paving of approaches
to the ne bridge, also for curb and
City Engineer will fur
nish estimates of same. Bids to be
opened at the next regular meeting
of City Council Monday evening, July
23rd, 1917. Certified checks to ac
SOME PORTRAITS OF
THAT'S THE IDEA.
Ladies' and Gents' Suits Made to Order
Cleaning, pressing and alterations of all kinds.
All work up-to-date, firstclass workmanship.
T. BEAUDETTE, Merchant Tailor
When YOU Are in
M^NAPOLIS or ST. PAUL
Be|Sufe^o Visit the Wonderful New
Minnesota State Prison
Open for inspection Evrry Day Except Sundays and
Holidays), 8 to 11 A M, and 12:30 to 4:30 P. M.
Round =1 rlfj t)h Trolley Chris 'Including Prison Visit:
From St. Paul4 Hours TYom Minneapolis6 Hours
The Finest Public Institution of its ki nd in the World
ABSENCE Makes thcHeart Grow
Fonder of Some One Else,
If You Aren't on the Job
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEEE
Storing Powdered Coal.
In some places where experiments
have been made in using powdered
coat for fuel troubles have been en
countered from the powder caking or
packing In storage, but it has been
found that if it is permitted to cool off
after the drying and pulverising proc
ess and before it is put in storage
large quantities can be kept in a satis
There are a million small farms In
Roumanla and only a few thousand
large ones, bat the few big landown
ers have more land than the many
small ones. The average size of the
million small farms Is. eight acres,
while that of 4,471 large ones Is 2.200
acres, says the National Geographic
18 DOING SAME THING $
San Franclscoi Jesse Lllien- $
thai, president of the United raO
ways of San Francisco, declared
that he might be called the man
who put the "con" in economy. S
He stated that five years ago he
figured he bad enough money &
saved to keep the wolf at bay
and decided not to save another S
cent as long as he lives. His &
family hailed this plan, and L&-
ienthal asserts they have per- 3
formed their part not to let him
be disappointed by finding any
surplus on the first day of Janu
ary each year.
YOURSELF IN DIFFERENTaPOSES
AND FINISHED] ATTRACTIVELY
The Hakkerup Studio
Our facilities for all kinds of high
grade photographic work are first
class our best skill, artistic train
ing, and personal efforts are at thestrength,
service of all who desire-true por
traiture the kind that interprets the
exquisite grace and charm of child
hood and womanhood, and the
dignity and character of
manhood. Hakkerup Studio, Bemidji,
in Glacier National Park
Park has the Alpine
grandeur of Switzerland
on afar bigger scale. See
its towering mountains,
glaciers, skyland lakes,
cascades and streams.
Ride horseback to the
heights,motor or travel
trails afoot. Modern
hotels, Alpine chalets,Te
pee camps. Vacations
$i to $5 per day.
Stop off at Glacier National
Park en route to Spokane, the
beautiful Lake Chelan Regioncampers' paradiseSeattle,Tacoma,
Portland, Astoria, Vancouver, Victoria and Alaska. Enjoy the fa-
mous in-sight-of-land Alaskan voyage.
LOW ROUND TR
Walker of Bemidji was in the
city the latter part of last week on
business.Thief River Falls Press
AgtFares Special Round Trip Summer Tourist to Glacier National
Park, North Pacific Coast points and Alaska, in effect daily up to
and including September 30th.
BflPffflBTwHtt For details and illustrated literature, call on or write
C. E. STONE, Passenger Traffic Manager
St. Paul, Minn.
BEMIDJI HORSE MARKET
We Buy and Sell Horses,
Harnesses and Vehicles.
Moberg Construction Company
IMafjMaew 7 midll, Minn.
Bemidj i Kelliher Auto Service
Car Leaves Jitney Stand at 7 a. m. Daily
Returns 5:20 p. m.
20 minute to half hour at all towns enroute
FARK5cstop FRANE WARD, Prop.&*!?
W. E Bowe is at Bemidji today on
matters of legal business Crook
of the and constipation are
the most diseases of children.
correct them you will mid nothing better than
Chamberlain's Tablets. One tablet at bed time will
do the work and will make your child bright and
cheerful the following morning. Do not punish
your children by giving them castor oil. Chamber
lain's Tablets are better and more pleasant to take.
FOR SALEW maps, 16 pafil,
bound, showing all nation! of i
earth. Every home should ha**
one during these times 0f war. Mo
assures you of one. We hare .m
limited number only. Read details
in big ad in this issue. Pioneer
FOR SALE Thoroughly modem:
house, largs grounds, very cheap.
Might rent. E. J. Willits, 115 3rd
St._ Phone 41. 2-714
FOR SALE'OR RENTSeven-room*
house,' Ed. Achenbach, Box 484
Bemidji, Minn. Write box 484, or
inquire at 1300 Beltrami Ave.
FOR SALE OR RENTSeven-rooml
house Ed. .Achenbach, Box 484,
Bemidji, Minn. 6-714
FOR SALEMy residence at 9ll
Lake Boulevard. Ole Anderson.
FOR RENTOne summer cottage at
Lavinia after July 13. Reynolds
& Winter. 4-714
-DANDY 5-ROOM COT-
J. Willits, 113 3Vd St.
FOR RENTFurnished cottage at
Diamond Point (very cozy). E. J.
Willits, 115 3rd St. Phone 41.
FOR RENTHouse, Tenth and MTH^
nesota. Call Duncalf, Phone 14-
FOR RENTFive-room house on
Ninth street. D. Lucas. 2-716
FOR RENT Modern furnished
rooms. 917 America Ave. 3-717
FOR RENT5-room house. 807
Minn. Ave. 714tf
FOR RENTThe most pleasant
modern front room 1119 Beltrami
WANTEDDry wood of all kinds,
16 inch or 4 feet, and pole length
at my yard. H. French, 4th
St. and Irvine Ave. Phone 93.
WANTEDTwo, kitchen girls, one
chambermaid. Birchmont Hotel.
WANTEDGirl for general house
work Mrs. A Laurent, Fif'h
WANTEDTwo kitchen girls, one
chambermaid Birchmont Hotpl
WANTED Young man ivoort,
WANTEDSomeone to woric on
farm, inquire 31-0 America Ave.
LOSTJuly 5, 1917, between Be
midji and Island Lake, one 3x30
Firestone tire, wrapped in bur
lap. Finder please notify Frank
S. Porter, Nebish, Minn, and re
ceive reward. 5-714
WANTEDSIDE LINE MEN. Do
you want a real one that one or
der a day will pay you $9 00. No
samples to carry. Something new.
Write today. CANFIELD MFG.
CO, 208 SIGEL ST, CHICAGO,
WANTEDYour auto top and cush
ion work, both new and old also
all kinds of furniture repair and
upholstering Phone 223 M.
Johnston, 402 Beltrami Ave.
WANTED A room unfurnished?
_Phone 223. 1-713
LOSTDeputy sheriff's badge. Re
turn to Pioneer office 2-714
LOST^A small patent leather purse
containing some small change and
a book of stamps Finder return
to Pioneer office 1-713
LOSTFrfdaA afternoon in circus
tent, one pair of nose glasses and"
a gold fountain pen Return to
Pioneer office 1-714
WANTEDParty to contract tor
stumping and breaking 40 acres
of land or less, 14 miles east of
Backus, Minn Address A Un
dine, 123 Oliver Ave, Minneanolis,
work Mrs O'Leary, 716
Mfnn. Ave 714tf
WANTEDA janitor for the Secur
ity Bank building Must under~
stand a steam boiler. Apply at
Misses Dahl & Westberg
413 Minn. Ave.
TUSETH SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Teachers of Violin. Piano and
Phone 683-W 116 3d St.