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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 29 April 1905

1 THE CITY Go to Hakkerup's for Photos. Ice cream at the Model Bakery. Private parties a specialty. Phone 125. H. A. Simons returned this morning from Northome. George Tuller is in the city to day from Grand Rapids. Garden hose all grades, al prices, we can interest you.l Jerrard Plumbing company. T. P. Dooher of Pine Lake is registered at the Remore. Dr. E. H. Marcum made a pro fessional visit to Lakeport today. M. Heinzelman returned to his home at Itasca yesterday after noon. J. G. Fleming left last night for Posston on business. He will return Sunday. Say, we want to talk garden hose to you, we have the goods we can save you money. Jerrard Plumbiag company. Harry Jolly left last night for his homestead 15 miles north of Kelliher. Harry Silver returned last night from a business visit to the Twin Cities. James George made a business trip to Blackduck last night, re turning to Bemidji this morning. Paul Trudell, the Turtle River confectioner, spent yesterday in the city with frien...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 29 April 1905

YOUTHFUL -OFFENDER Eva Jewett. 15 years of Age, Pays Fine of $25 in Justice Court. USED PROFANE, INDECENT AND IMMORAL LANGUAGE. Arrested on Complaints of Lady Who Heard Girl Speak Many Vile Words. Upon complaint of Mrs. J. J.that Doran, Eva Jewett, 15 years of age, was arrested yesterday and brought before Judge Pender gast charged with using profane, indecent and immoral language, was found guilty and given her choice of serving a 30 day jail sentence or paying a fine of $25 and costs, amounting in all to $29. She secured the money and paid her fine this morning. In spite of her tender years, the Jewett girl bears an unenvi able reputation, and the use of vile language by her is not sur prising. Although she is only 15 years of age, she has seen more of the world than most wo men of 60, and for some time past she has been under police surveillance. She has been a frequenter of variety dances and winerooms, and it is claimed that her vices are many. Her arrest followed an attack mad...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 1 May 1905

W VOLUME 3. -NUMBEK 10. BOWEN GALLED HOME MUST EXPLAIN CHARGES AFFECT- ING ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE LOOMIS. HIS SUCCESSOR AT CARACAS NAMED PRESENT AMERICAN MINISTER TO COLOMBIA TRANSFERRED TO VENEZUELA. Washington, May 1. Secretary Taft has received instructions from the president to call Minister Bowen, now at Caracas, to Washington also to send Mr. Russell, now minister to Colombia, to Caracas, and Mr. Barrett, now minister at Panama, to Colombia. It is stated that if Mr. Boweu's ac tion relative to the charges affecting Assistant Secretary Loomis are not subject to criticism it is the president's purpose to send him as minister to Chile and then probably as ambassa dor to Brazil. The cablegram to Minister Bowen, instructing him to report to Washing ton forthwith, was dispatched during the day by Acting Secretary Loomis. If the minister is particularly active he may catch the next mail steamer, which would permit him to reach Washington about May S, the day the president expec...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 1 May 1905

'*$*' ..BEMIDJI. The Spring RusK for Residence Lots or Any Repairing it on Bemidji a.nd Beltrami Avenues has commenced. We have a. few- choice corner a.nd inside lots act very reasonable prices. Call and make your selection before it is too late. JDCnniClji Improvement C/O. H. A. Simons. Svvedback Block. "The Roa Wit The Big Berths" This is the title given by the Chicago Tribune to the CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY This railway owns and operates its own sleep ing cars and other equipment. The berths are wider, longer and higher than berths in similar cars of other lines. The Pioneer Limited, The Fast Mail and three other daily trains from Minneapolis and St.Paul to Chicago. No extra charge to ride on these trains, but it is important that you name your route in purchasing tickets East. W. DIXON NORTHWESTENPASSENE AGENT 365 ROBERTR STREETG. ST. PAUL Are You Going to Build, Shingles, per bunch $ .25 When taken Lath,, per thousand 2.50 with Lumber 6-inch flooring, short len...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 1 May 1905

i THE CITY Go to Hakkerup's for Photos. Peter Ducett of Kelliher is the guest of Bemidji friends today. Ice cream at the Model Bakery. Private parties a specialty. Phone 125. State Senator W. W. Dunn of St. Paul is a visitor in the city today. Lieutenant Mason of Duluth inspected the local recruiting office today. Fruit,, berries, vegetables at Peterson's. Ex-Senator C. C. McCarthy of Grand ttipids arrived in the city yesterday. Photographer Hakkerup re turned this morning from a visit at Tenstrike. Biggest and best outlay of vegetables, fruit and berries at Peterson's. J. J. Smith of Green Bay, Wis., is in the city the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lane. C. F. Scheers,of the publisher Akeley Tribune, spent yesterday in the city with friends. California beauty naval oranges are not the cheapest but they are the best. Peterson's. Thos. Bailey Jr. and Miss Dolhe Bailey spent Sunday at Cass Lake with friends. J. M. Murry, a prominent cruiser of Blackduck, is a visitor the city today. A r...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 1 May 1905

,11 lis ?*a .*1 v* *8? PK' NOW ON Lake Bemidji Swarms With Fishermen and Some Big Catches are Made. NUMEROUS PARTIES OUT TODAY BEFORE DAYLIGHT. New Law Allows Spearing of Pick erel, Redhorse and Suckers at Any Time. The open season for catching fish with a hook and line com menced last night at midnight, and the average angler is now in his ''season of content." The weather has been rather cold all day, but despite the unfavorable climatic conditions, a number of parties were out before dawn in quest of pike and perch. Most of the fish have completed spawn ing, and as they are ravenous for food after "egging" many good catches were made during the day. The favorite ground tor angling is in Lake Irwin, near the Mississippi, and on Lake Be midji, close to where the Mississ ippi flows eastward. The new law, passed on the last day of the session of the leg islature, permits the catching of but 25 fish by any one person,the law heretofore allowing 50 The new law also allows the spearing ...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 3 May 1905

ffjs& fc i If VOLUME 3. NUMBEE 12. CHANGE OF OFFICERS PRESIDENT ALEXANDER OF THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASKED TO RESIGN HIS PLACE. ACTION TAKEN BY FfiICK COMMITTEE 8AID VICE PRESIDENT HYDE ALSO WILL RETIRE.. TEMPORAR- ILY AT LEAST. New York, May 3.The Evening World reports that the P$ick investi gating committee summoneil James W. Alexander before it during the day and asked him to resign his place as president of the Equitable Life Assur ance society. According to the Even ing World Mr. Frick said that although he could not promise it for a certainty he would try to get Mr. Hyde to re tire, temporarily any way, it Mr. Alex ander would resign. The Evening World says: "Mr. Frick did not criticise Mr. Al exander's administration of the office he has held so long, but said it must be obvious that his period of useful ness was over and nothing but his re tirement would accomplish what the committee is striving for, the end of the entire controversy. "Mr. Alexander was also asked to use his ...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 3 May 1905

B^i ISI .TTF* BEMIDJI? The Spring Rush for Residence Lots on Bemidji and Beltrami Avenues has commenced. W have a. few choice corner and inside lots *a.t very reasonable prices. Call and make your selection before it is tod late. Bemidji}T Zl ownsite and mprovement V^LI Swedback Block. "The Roa With The Bi Berths" This is the title given by the Chicago Tribune to the CHICAGO* MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY This railway owns and operates its own sleep ing cars and other equipment. The berths are wider, longer and higher than berths in similar cars of other lines. The Pioneer Limited, The Fast Mail and three other daily trains from Minneapolis and St.Paid to Chicago. No extra charge to ride on these trains, but it is important that you name yOUP route in purchasing tickets East. W. B. DIXON NORTHWESTERN PASSENGER. AGENT 365 ROBERT STREET, ST. PAUL '*5rE*_MR,smfeis^^ jyyyy Are Yo Going to Build, or Any Repairing Shingles, per bunch $ .25 When taken Lath, per thousand 2.50 with Lumber...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 3 May 1905

THE CITY Go to Hakkerup's for Photos. W. E. Rose is a visitor in the city today from Walker. Ice cream at the Model Bakery. Private parties a specialty. Phone 125. Frank Gagnon returned this morning from Ripple. Fruit, berries, vegetables at Peterson's. Alphonse Crawford returned from Dexterville this morning. W. T. Blakely arrived in the city this morning from Fail Biggest and best outlay of vegetables, fruit and berries at Peterson's. R. A. MeCuaig arrived in the city this morning from Ten. strike. Miss Kolden of Blackduck spent yesterday in the city with friends. David McAllister of Farley is renewing acquaintances in Be midji today. F. A. Chapman of Tenstrike transacted business in the city yesterday. Anton Erickson, the Rosby merchant, is a business visitor in Bemidji. A. D. Moe made a business trip to Tenstrike last night, re turning home this morning. Henry Helgeson and Henry Jacobson of Maple Ridge town ship were visitors in the city yesterday. Fred Jordan looked after busi ...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 3 May 1905

ft? i 3tft& WEALTH IN THE WILDS Diamonds Said to Be Hidden in the Rainy River and Big Fork Country. GEOLOGISTS CLAIM THAT SEC- OND KIMBERLY EXISTS. Capitalists Find That Region is Rich in Diamonds and Gold Bearing Quartz. International Falls, Minn., May 2Old mining men and prospectors in this region did not need to be told by Dr. Ami of of fhe geological survey that great diamond wealth undoubt edly lies hidden in that part of Canada between the great lakes and Hudson bay. I the Rainy Lake district, and in the aurifer ous valley of the Seine, many "sparklers" have been obtained from Indians and French-Cana dian voyagers, who had picked them up in their wanderings without any idea ot their charac ter and value. At the hamlet of Mime Center, in the Seine river country, Geo R. Douglass is the resident agent and assayist for the Rothschild interests, who are buying large tracts of land in the district that give evidence of gold bearing quartz. Mr. Douglass was long a resident of Sou...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 4 May 1905

i i i I 1 &..*' MORE TEAMSTERS OUT EMPLOYES TAKE FURTHER VIG- OROUS ACTION AGAINST EM- PLOYERS' ASSOCIATION. LARGE NUMBER OF NONUNIONISTS QUIT MANY STRIKE BREAKERS WEARY OF STRENUOUS LIFE THEY HAVE BEEN LEADING. Chicago, May 4.Enlarged propor tions were given the teamsters' strike during the da from both sides of the huge struggle. Contrary to expecta tion the employes were the first to take aggressive action. All the team sters jf the Creeaiqfilinch company, which has coal contracts with many office buildings and firms, went on strike. The company had ordered a load of coal delivered to Carson, Pirie, Scoct & Co., a large mercantile firm which has been involved in the strike complications for some time past. The five teamsters ordered to make the delivery to the involved firm, were dis charged tor refusing to deliver the coal. \U other employes ot the Creeai Clineh company struck immediately. It was said the effect ol the new spread ol the strike might be to leave many ot t...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 4 May 1905

fe* fe^iijajyi ..BEMIDJI The Spring RusK for Residence Lots on Bemidji a.nd Beltrami Avenues has commenced. tvWe have a. few choice corner a.nd inside lots a.t very reasonable prices. Call a^nd make your selection before it is too late. Oeilftldji Improvement W^O. H. A. Simons. Swedback Block. "The Road With The Big Berths" This is the title given by the Chicago Tribune to the CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY This railway owns and operates its own sleep ing cars and other equipment. The berths are wider, longer and higher than berths in similar cars of other lines. The Pioneer Limited, The Fast Mail and three other daily trains from Minneapolis and St.Paul to Chicago. No extra charge to ride on these trains, but it is important that you name your POUte in purchasing tickets East. W. DIXON NORTHWESTERN PASSENGER, AGE NT 365 ROBERT STREET, ST. PAUL Are You Going to Build, or Any Repairing Shingles, per bunch $ .25) When taken Lath, per thousand 2.50 6-inch flooring, short len...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 4 May 1905

im I &*{ "awl ^fcwiiiHlli for Photos. ,ley is regis- {ijis suffering .nM&lodel Bakery. Private pieties a specialty. Phone 125. Frank Jerrard of St. Paul is the guest of his brother, E. H. Jerrard. Reserved seats for Ole Olson, on sale at City Drug store. Thos. Burk, manager of the Solway Mercantile company is in the city today. Mrs. R. F. Lussier of Cass Lake is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Rutledge. Fruit, berries, vegetables at Peterson's. J. A Irvine, the lumberman, arrived in Bemidji last night from Stillwater. Biggest and best outlay of vegetables, fruit and berries at Peterson's. J. VV. Irwin returned this morning from a business trip to points up the line of the M. & California beauty naval oranges are not the cheapest but they are the best. Peterson's. Ernest L. Oberg, editor of the Blackduck American, is a busi ness visitor in the city today. W. E. Rose returned this morn ing to Walker after having spent a few days in the city with friends. There is no lever ...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 4 May 1905

J*: Ordinance Will Be Passed at Next Regular Meeting of The City Council. The meeting of the city coun cil and the property owners liv ing on Bemidji avenue between Fourth and Ninth streets held yesterday at which a petition asking that the council estab lish a boulevard on both sides of the avenue was discussed, re suited in the acceptance of the petition by the council. Asoriginally planned, the boule vard will extend from Fourth to Ninth street on the west side of the avenue and from Sixth to Ninth on the east side. The boulevard will be 20 feet in width. From the property line a grass lot five feet in width will be es tablished. The sidewalk will be of cement and will be five feet in width, thus allowing ten feet on the outside of the sidewalk, in cluding the curb, in which trees will be planted at a distance of 25 feet apart. City Attorney Russell was intion structed by the council yesterday to draft a resolution, and an or dance requiring the establish ment of the boulevard wi...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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