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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 20 April 1903

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Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 20 April 1903

THE DAILY PIONEER. EDWARD KAISER.. Publisher Entered In the postoflice at second-class matter, NEER Ken lidji as PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. Official County and City Paper. THE PIONEERlooking to the best interests of the people of this section and more particular ly to the upbuilding of Bemidji and Beltrami county, has, after a careful survery of the situation considered the time ripe for es-' tablishing an afternoon daily. In launching THE DAILY PIO we owe our readers an ex plauation. Beltrami county, and, in fact, this whole northern country has enjoyed a phenomenal growth and it will be no short lived boom. We have every advantage heres and northern Minnesota is bound to become the most prosperous section in the country. It has always been the endeavor of THE PIONEER to keep abreast of the times, but find our weekly facili ties inadequate to the needs of the town, and have decided to is sue a paper every afternoon. We propose to make THE DAI- LY PIONEER win. To publish a snappy up...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 20 April 1903

1 THE CITY May 4thj A Busy D: of Turtle Sunday. Selkoe uas in '.own Wesnow have the selling of lot? in Sai'ey's addition. Th^st- tots are 50 ieet in width. The prices are low and term- of payment easy. !irs (Jc* was in town of Battle River was & vSunday. turned today fror.i ir Minneapolis iMt tfere discharged .tse this morning aucault has moved into his ..v residence on Twelfth street. Dcks are very .plentiful this spring on Lr.kes Bemidji and Inyine. Mr. and Mrs. F. A.. Arris of Turtle JRiver Sundajed at the City hotel. H. Harris left Saturday for a visit with bib family on the armstiad near "Wary Rev. McLeod leaves tonijrht for Hal lock, Minn.j for the Presbytery meet ing. J. W Bailey and M. G. Slocum were at Turtle River yesterday oh businsss. Nor how cheap, but bo good, is -0:T o&to. You can always get tie L-. bat Peterson's. I-t H. g, Reynolds moved into his new noif is iwrfi^ on Eighth and Beltrami last s. 'Thr.t- day. Gi :"o^. ing pleases a young' lady more than a bos...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 20 April 1903

Dlant Golamn WANTEDExperienced dry poods saleslady at once. O'Leary & Bow ser. WANTED- hangers. -Two painters W. C. Jones. and paper 3tf JOHN WOODLather, eel: 200, Resi dence on Minnesota Avenue. ltf. Acre and half-acre lots for sale in White's addition.J. L. Reynolds. WANTEDSeamstress at once. Mrs. Walcott, 514 Beltrami avenue. It FOR SALELots in Bailey's addi tion by Lf ug & Carter. 6-10 FOR SALESeven one-acre lots for 4100 to $200 each, in White's addi tion. E. J. Willitts, agent. LEAVE orders at Decaire & Ross' store when you want wood sawed. Phone 112. Wm. Hillgrove. FOR SALEBaby Carriage and 2 small engines. John Wood, Res. 519 Minn. Ave. 7-tf TAKE NOTICEThat Carson & Ed munds have ice for sale. When you need ice telephone 71 or 191. Otf WANTEDCompetent girl to do gen eral housework. Good wages. Ap plv to Mrs. Thos. Bailey, county jail. 4tf FOR SALEFour Angora Goats, for $50.00. Call or write to John Melin, Buena Vista, Minn. 7-9 FOR SALE or EXCHANGETwo new pat...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 21 April 1903

VOL. I, NO. 2 OUTLAW IS KILLED P03SE OF OFFICERS SURROUND HIM IN A CHINESE JOSS HOUSE. OPfNS fIRE O N TH E OfflCERS ONE IS KILLED AND ANOTHER RECEIVES FATAL WOUNDS. HIS LONG RECORD OF MURDERS FIRE AND WATER RESORTED TO TO DRIVE OUT TWO OTHER OUTLAWS. Bakersfleld, Cal, April 20.James McKinney, the outlaw, was shot and killed here yesterday. Deputy Sheriff Tibbits was also killed and Constable Packard was fatally shot. Sheriffs A. Kelly of Kern, Collins of Tulare and Leivin of Arizona, with Of ficers Will and Burt Tibbits, Gus Tow er and City Marshal Packard" sur rounded McKinney shortly before 11 o'clock yesterday morning in a Chi nese house. Will Tibbits and Pack ard' approached McKinney in the house and ordered him to surrender. McKinney answered by shooting. Will Tibbits was shot through the stomach and died shortly after Packard was shot through the neck and shoulders and dangerously wounded. Bert Tib bits, a brother of the dead deputy sheriff, shot McKinney through the mouth and...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 21 April 1903

HE DAILY PIONEER. EDWARD KAISER.. Publisher Entered In the postoffice at Bernidji as second-class matter. PUBLISHED EVERY .AFTERNOON. Official County and City Paper. FOR BEMIDJI. The Commercial Club of Be midji has a magnificent opportu nity in the land office matter to show of what stuff it is made to show whether it was organ ized to answer some petty and selfish ends, or to look after the broader interests of the city as a whole. It is an easy matter to wholly ruin the usefulness of such an organization by attempt ing to use it for personal pur poses and it is likwise possible to make it so useful in the up building of the city that what it actually accomplishes will make all personal matters look silly. Bemidjihas not been exempt from bitter personal contests, some of which left sores that are better healed than heralded. But with the advent of the new popu lation, new and larger business interests, and many more strong and level-headed men of affairs, the apparent necessity for...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 21 April 1903

i I] CMY Marshall of Niinrod is ia the Myei A "o. have repainted their re ffght and installed new electric IBS! Fred and Edward Iten of taacted husineas hurt yes= Messrs. Erickson-, Olson, [Thnan, 'p Osborne and Johnson of Cass :t took in The Telephone Girl lasv. I W. IvolUns, I'epr'e^en'.ujg the Ar jr Packing' company, was in the today lookin 1 1 oaap&ny. ttornoy &bP6St of Behiic i the vity a few hours I 'turning home from a vistit vsith his a ighter at St Cloud. Th? reports -i- Bertrftrji property b& ey in the history of that vil ta and confirms the- repoBts .aturday afternoon, arli00i uuj 1 :or, the ifil son *hd office ijSft W ESS 7 chaoa Las joined the ag i will ?tavt a dray and n.'e will open a saloon in lock. dai wasia Bemidji visitor to pomtJ^a skduck. ruriipr worth League are to a social tonight. H. McCoy of the Grand Forks company is in town today. Arthur Wright, the young son of and Mrs, E. A. Wright, is very Crookstin this ban eis' tneet- Jqlly left foi l)g to...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 21 April 1903

I THant /Column WANTEDExperienced dry goods saleslady at onee. O'Leary & Bow ser. ___ WANTEDTwo painters and paper hangers. W. C. Jones. 3tf JOHN WOODLather, tel. 200, Resi dence on Minnesota Avenue. lttv Acre and half-acre lots for sale in White's addition.J. L. Reynolds. WANTEDSeamstress at once. Mrs. Walcott, 514 Beltrami avenue, it IX3R SALE-Lots in Bailey's addi tion by Lf ng & Carter. b-m FOR SALESeven one-acre lots for $100 to $200 each, in White's addi tion. E. J. Willitts, agent. LEAVE orders at Decaire & Ross' store when you want wood sawed. Phone 112. Wm. Hillgrove. FOR SALEBaby Carriage and 2 small engines. John Wood, Res. 519 Minn. Ave. 7"t TAKE NOTICEThat Carson & Ed munds have ice for sale. When you need ice telephone 71 or 191. oti FOR SALEFour Angora Goats, for $50.00. Call or write to John Melin, Buena Vista, Minn. 7-9 FOR SALE or EXCHANGETwo new patents for sale or trade for town lots, or house and lot. Call at this office for particulars. 7-8 FOR ...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 22 April 1903

VOL. I, NO. 3, TEN IN THE TOILS ST. LOUIS GRAND JURY WILL IN- DICT MANY STATE SEN- ATORS. CROW JOINS HANDS WITH fOLK ATTORNEY GENERAL ASSISTS AT THE ST. LOUIS INVESTI- GATION. LIEUT. GOV. LEE TURNED DOWN OFFERS TO TESTIFY IF QUES- TIONS ARE CONFINED TO ALUM CASE. St. Louis, April 22.The two lead ers in the boodle investigation, Cir cuit Attorney Folk and Attorney Gen eral Crow, joined forces yesterday to jointly conduct the local inquiry which adjourns temporarily this afternoon. The Cole county grand jury has taken a recess until April 27, and this leaves the attorney general free to come here for a time. It is hinted that at least ten state senators will be indicted for either perjury or bribery before the inquiry is concluded here and in Jefferson City. During the day an emissary from Lieut. Gov. Lee called upon Circuit At torney Folk with the proposition that upon agreement to question Mr. Lee only about the alum deal, he would appear before the grand jury immedi ately. Circuit ...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 22 April 1903

V& EDWARD KAISER., Publisher Entered In the postoflico at Bemidji as second-class matter. Nearly all the towns in the northwest are organizing busi ness men's associations. Ada was one of the first to get in line and as a result the building of the creamery here is now under way and the next is the estab lishing of a woolen millwhich, the Herald understands, we can almost have for the asking. Tak ing these industries together with our saw mill, brick yard, a No. 1 flour mill, bottling works and cigar factory Ada will soon be at the head of the list.Ada Herald. Congregational Chapel. Revs. Fisher of Crookston, Bloomquist of Bagley, Dickson of Park Rapids and Irons and Clark of this city, will meet here Friday to confer together with reference to the Congregational missionary work in this section. It is understood that the Bemidji Townsite company has donated some lots for a mission chapel in South Bemidji and that the Crookston Lumber company has headed a subscription list with a...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 22 April 1903

i "A Busy Day" will be here May 1. Marvin Benner is laid up with the grip. Strawberries every day at Peter son's. Let Lang & Carter handle your in surance. 2-tf J. M. Bailey is collecting personal property taxes. H. H. Wheelock came in from his vclaim near Maple Ridge. Lots in Bailey's addition for sale by Lang & Carter. 6-10 Chas Jackson is out after a long siege of" sickness. Sheriff Sullivan of Crookston was in the city yesterday. Merchant Gordon of "Shevlin is in he city on business today. The board of health has appointed jack Hennessy as official fumigator. Jack Hennessy is fumigating the residence of E. A. Allen this after noon. Mrs. Sarah A. McTaggart purchas ed afour-lofrcorner on Minnesota ave nue in the Third addition. Not how cheap, but 'how good, is our motto. You can always get the best at Peterson's. 1-tf A. Hill is raising his Hub saloon one story and making other improve ment on his property. A. L. Brooks leaves tonight for the twin cities to attend a meetin...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 22 April 1903

EIGHT IMS LOS COLLISION BETWEEN A PASSED GER TRAIN AND A FREIGHT TRAIN. BURNED BEYOND RECOGNITION 8EVEN BODIES IN SUCH A CON- DITION THEY CANNOT BE IDENTIFIED. FIERCE FIRE FOLLOWS WRECK SEVERAL CARS ENTIRELY CON- SUMEDDISPUTE AS TO THE CAUSE. Jamestown, W. Y., April 22.Eight persons were killed and ten injured, three of them seriously, in a collision between a passenger train and a freight train on the Erie railroad near Red House, N. Y., yesterday. Of the dead, only one, Robert N. Hotchkiss of Meadville, a brakeman, has been identified. Seven bodies, ap parently those of three men, three women and a child, were burned be yond recognition in the fierce fire which followed the wreck. The passenger train was derailed by striking a freight train which was taking a siding at Red House. The wreck at once took fire and the com bination car, two day coacher and two sleepers, together with several freight cars, were consumed. There is some dispute as to the Cause of the Wreck. The passenger...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 23 April 1903

VOL. I NO. 4 TO FIGHT UNIONS OMAHA BUSINESS MEN BAND TO- GETHER FOR THAT PUR- POSE. BATTLE WITH ORGANIZED LABOR HA)VE BACKING OF NATIONAL MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCI- ATION. THEY WILL FIGHT TO A FINISH LABOR LEADERS ARE GREATLY AGITATED OVER THE MATTER. Omaha, April 23. The employefs' federation alluded to in the report of the committee of resolutions at the meting of the National Manufactur ers' association at New Orleans has become a fact in Omaha. Yesterday the Business Men's As sociation of Omaha gave to the press a statement showing that more than 800 business men of the city had bamJed themselves together to fight the different labor organizations, and each pledges himself to assist any member who had trouble with his em ployes. The National Manufacturers' association is said to be behind the movement in Omaha, and it is further said that this city has been chosen by that organization to fight the labor or ganizations to a finish. The local Business Men's association will have the s...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 23 April 1903

V. THE DAILY PIONEE R. EDWARD KAISER., Publisher Sintered in the postofboe at Bi?midji as second-class matter. PUBLISHED E'ERY AFTERNOON. Official County and City Paper. MIST GO TO WORK EXECUTIVE BOARD8 OF THE MINERS' UNION TAKE ACTION. INSTRUCTIONS ISSUED TO MEN MINEWORKERS NOW ON STRIKE OR LOCKED OUT WILL RE- SUME WORK. BOARD TO SETTLE THE TROUBLE WILL FOLLOW PLAN LAID DOWN IN AWARD OF STRIKE COM- MISSION. Wilkesbarre, Pa., April 23.The ex ecutive boards of the three anthracite districts of the United Mineworkers of America in convention here, issued instructions yesterday that all miners now on strike or locked out return to work immediately, pending the ad justment of all differences by the ooard of conciliation provided for by the anthracite coal strike commission. District Presidents T. D. Nicholls of Scranton, W. H. Dettry of Hazleton and John Fahy of Shamokin were se lected at the miners' representatives on the board of conciliation. The "board is to consist of six members, ...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 23 April 1903

fc= i THE CITY Strawberries every day at Peter son's. I Harry Stanley returned yesterday from Hibbing. Let Lang & Carter handle your in surance. 2-tf Thos. Cathcart of Beaudette is in the city today. J. S. Commings, a Nebish business man is in the city. Nate Houghton came in from Ten strike this morning'. Fred Ives of the town of Liberty "transacted business in the 'city today. W B. Cook, bead man for the Brinerd Lumber eompany, left this morning for Walker. Chas. Clay, of the Hansen Shade 'Cloth company, sold a good sized or de to E, L. Nay lor yesterday. Not bow cheap, but how good, is our motto. You can always get the best at Peterson's. 1-tf The Bemidji Mercantile company have just received a very large ship ment of fine dairy butter. 2-tf Nothing pleases a, young lady more than a box -of delicious bon bons bought at Peterson's. 1-tf The night -cook and day waiter in the Senate restaurant came together 'this morning.. Nobody very badly damaged. "We keep fruit when it is scar...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 23 April 1903

LEE TAKES THE BLUFF. Lieutenant Governor of Missouri De cides to Return. St. Louis, April 23.Failing in hi3 attempt to "bluff" Circuit Attorney Folk to let hhn off without testifying soncernin any boodle deal save that connected with alum, and fearing that Mr. Folk would force him to return to Missouri through extradition pa pers based on indictments for alleged perjury or bribery or both, Lieut.Gov. John A. Lee of Missouri is believed to be preparing to come back to Missouri and St. Louis from Chicago, where he has remained practically a fugitive for nearly a week. Information re ceived by Mr. Folk leads him to be lieve-that Lee will be here not later than Thursday evening that he has abandoned all idea of attempting to conceal part of his knowledge of Dood ling in the state legislature or of evad ing examination at. the hands of the St. Louis grand jury. SHOT IN JAIL. Man Attempts to Avenge the Rape of His Daughter. Tgwanda, Pa., April 23. William Barnes, of Luther's Mills, forty-...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 24 April 1903

VOL. I, NO. 5 THE TRAI N IS WRECKE FATAL RAILROAD ACCIDENT OC- CURS NEAR SPRING VAL LEY, MINN. ONE KILLED, SEVERAL INJURED CARS BREAK AWAY ON STEEP GRADE AND CRASH INTO ANOTHER TRAIN. CAUSED BY DEFECTIVE BRAKE TRAIN CREW AND PASSENGERS SAVE THEMSELVES BY JUMPING. -Spring Valley, Minn., April 24.E. C. Stublefier of 290 East Sixth street, St. Paul, was instantly killed and sev eral other people were injured in a railroad accident near here yesterday. The afternoon train, a mixed freight and passenger, from Spring Valley to Woodville, was stalled on a hill two miles west,of town. The coach and two cars were left standing while the balance went over the hill. A de fective brake let them get away and they ran down the hill with great speed and crashed into another train just starting up the track. In the col lision the coach was almost complete ly telescoped between the engine of the colliding train and a car load of slabs. When the cars ran back most of the passengers jumped, and the tr...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 24 April 1903

EDWAR KAISER.. Publisher Entered in the postoflice at second-class matter. PUBLISaKU EVERY AFTERNOON. Official County and City Paper. We hope that every citizen will now begin to think of the matter of the improvement of the roads that lead out from Bemidji. It is a deplorable fact that they are miserable and every citizen should do all that he can to help create an interest in this important mat ter and in some way waken those who have the matter in charge so something will be done this year. Good roads will bring business to the merchants and to the city. Scores of those living to the north and northwest are going to S^lkce because the roads are better than they are to Bemidji. Some little time ago the writer came from the north, through Solway and was surprised to find about twelve miles of finely turn piked road that would be a credit to any country, while the town ship of Bemidji has not afoot of road upon which this class of work has been done. Such a condition give visiting f...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 24 April 1903

4. HE CITY See Heffron tor pasture. 4-6 Strawberries every day at Peter son's. Joel Smith arrived from Minneapo lis yesterday. Let Lang ct Carter handle your in stcance. P. H. MeGarey is down from Far ley today. C. L. Ruprecht returned from Du luth today. L. D. D. Works of Mankato is at the Markham. i No cases before the police judge this morning. John Buttz, the -Crookston horse-1 man, is in the city. Lots in Bailey's addition for sale by Lang & Carter? 6-10 A. Gilmour is putting a steel ceiling on his drug store. W. E. Smith is unloading two cars of lumber this afternoon, Miss Ethel Ludwig returned from Cass Lake Last night. Just received a nice line of silk, wool and mohair skirts. Bazaar. 3-4 Nick Thorson is out again after a long spell of sickness. Major Wilson arrived from the Bat tie river country this morning. Mrsj,. D. H. Fisk arrived in the city yesterday for a short visit with D. H. Geo. Booth, the Grand Rapids cigar man, called on the trade here this morning. A. M. B...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 24 April 1903

RAMSEY IS DEAD MINNESOTA MOURNS DEATH OF ONE OF HER FOREMOST CITIZENS. ION0 AND USEFUL CAREER ENDS WAS THE FIRST GOVERNOR OF THE TERRITORY OF MIN- NESOTA. HEID HIGH PUBLIC OfflCES WAR GOVERNOR, UNITED STATES SENATOR AND SECRETARY OF WAR. St. Paul, April 24.Alexander Ram sey, Minnesota's first territorial gov ernor and the last of the war govern ors, died at his residence, 2G5 South Exchange street, a few minutes after 6 o'clock last evening. His death, while not unforeseen, in/view of his extreme age, eigMy-ei^ht years, an* his ill health since last February, was unexpected, and will come as a shock to the large number of friends in this city as well as the people of all the state to whom he was known during a long and honorable public career. While he had been confined to the house for two months with an attack of gout, the immediate cause of his death was heart failure, due doubtless to old age. He passed away peace fully and without pain, surrounded by his family, his mind retain...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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