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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 19 March 1904
THE CITY See JonesW. C. Jones. Chris Ohristensen was atKeili her last night on business. Witlits and Cahill write fire in surance in reliable companies. More powerful then Svengali's hypnotic power is Mark's Lung Balsam. E. L. Bruce.of the U. S. bureau of forestry, was a guest at the Markham last night. Mr s. James Duff returned to her home at Turtle River last night after a visit with her sister Msr. J. L. Reynolds. The Misses Clara and Alvina Waldo, of Wadena, were among the guests at the City hotel yes terday. Mrs. G. Hurst, of Wadena, is visiting her husband, Contractor Greenlaw Hurst, who has charge of the work at the Bemidji brewery. W. S. Williams, returned this morning from a week's trip up the north line, where he had been taking orders for the Nay lor furniture store of this city. Nero riddled while Rome burned. We cannot believe that anyone will fiddle away their chance to cure a cough when it is so easy to get Mark's Lung Balsam. Senator Swedback returned this morning fr...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 19 March 1904
THEY ARE LIABLE FO CONTEMPT Burglars Try Beltrami Court House With Poor Success. GAVE JOB UP FOR A BAD ONEceived, AFTER DAMAGING LOCK. Bold Attempt Made to Break Into Court House Thursday Night. Sneak thieves made a bold at tempt to gain access to the Bel trami county court house Thurs day night. The lock at the back door of the first door corridor was attempted, and the indica tions are that the thieves were frightened away before they had an opportunity to complete the job. The attempted burglary was not discovered until yesterday, when it was found that the door had been skilfully chiseled and the lock badly broken by a punch. The work was very skillfully done and looks very much like a professional effort. The audacity of the attempt at first led to the belief that the damaged lock might be accounted for in some other way, but a more careful investigation quietly conducted yesterday only strengthens the theory that the building had been attempted by burglars. The district court ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 22 March 1904
VOLUME 1. NUMBER 283. Neither Report Can Be Confirmed, But the Details of the Fight for Port Arthur Are Given. Report That Port Arthur Was Occupied After Land and Sea Attack. RUSSIANS LOSE 600 IN SHARP EN- COUNTER AT CHYONGSYONG. London, March 22.The Tokio cor respondent of the Daily Telegraph has cabled his paper that it is reported that the Japanese have occupied Port Arthur. Port Arthur fell, according the re port, after a combined land and sea attack Saturday and Sunday. It is asserted that a Japanese division landed on Liaotung peninsula Satur day and engaged the Russian force near Port Arthur, while the fleet bom barded continuously from Saturday evening until Sunday morning. The same correspondent reports a sharp encounter at (-hyongsyong, on the Yalu river, about thirty miles northeast of Wiju, in which the Rus sians lost 600 killed and wounded. Neither report is confirmed from either source. GERMAN RESIDENTS WARNED. Consul Says They Remain at New chwang at Their Own Risk. N...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 22 March 1904
VOLUME 1. NUMBER 283. London, March 22.The Tokio cor respondent of the Daily Telegraph has cabled his paper that it is reported that the Japanese have occupied Port Arthur. Port Arthur fell, according the re por t, after a combined land a nd sea attack Saturday and Sunday. I is asserted that a Japanese division landed on Liaolun"- peninsula Satin- day and engaged the Jiussian force hear Port Arthur, while the lleet bom barded continuously from Saturday evening unt il Sunday morning. Report That Port Arthur Was Occupied After Land^ Sea Attack. RUSSIANS LOS E 600 IN SHARP EN COUNTE A CHY0NGSY0NG. The same correspondent reports a sharp encounter at ('hyongsyong, on the Yalu river, about thir ty miles northeast of Wiju in which the Rus sians lost 600 killed and wounded. Neither repo.rt is confirmed from either source. GERMAN RESIDENTS WARNED. Consul Says They Remain at New .'chwanri at Their Own Risk. Newchwang, March 22.The Ger man consul from Tientsin, at a meet ing of German citizens...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 22 March 1904
6 7 13 20 27 14 21 2S loneer /ERY AFTERNOON. PUBLISHING CO. By R. W HITCHCOCK. tered in Hie postofHt'cat Uoniidji. Minn., as second rlas matter Official County and City Paper SUBSCRIPTION' $5 PER YEAR 1904 MARCH 1904 Stt. Mo. Tu. 1 8 15 22 29 We. 4 5 12 IS 1 0 17 24 3! li! ie 25 23 30 26 LETS HAVE MORE OF HIM. Everybody made a winning when General Leonard Wood was confirnfbd by the sonata tlieother day as a major general Of lli United States army. General Wood-is ono of two generation's great men. Nobody knew of him at the outbreak ol the Spanish-American war. Bu emergency revealed the man. Ho proved himself the man of all others to make the war and its results the. success that the American people intended they should be. His government oi Cuba and his tactful manage- ment of that difficult people will go down in history as (me of the world's greatest victories in peace. His ad minist ration of the Pliillipines is adding daily to his reputation and placing him mo and more in the he...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 22 March 1904
THE CITY See JonesW. C. Jones. Ives' ice cream at Peterson's. Martin Stennick of Tenstrike is at the City hotel. One car "Pillsbury's Best" ar rived at Schroeder's storer Willits and Cahill write fire in surance in reliable companies. Miss-Joe J. P. Pogueis at Deer River to day, where he goes to look up a man who is wanted as a witness in a matter soon to come before the district court. Nero fiddled while Rome "burned. We cannot believe that anyone will fiddle away their chance to cure a cough when it is so easy to get Mark's Lung Balsam. J. A. Hoff, the painter, has within the last few days received one of the largest assortments -of wall paper that has ever been consigned to one house in this city. Mr. Hoff expects to do a large business in this line dur ing the coming spring and sum mer. DR, FOSTER DENTIST MILES BLOCK. New Lineof Dry Goods Before buying DRESS GOODS examine our extensive line^vhere every piece is of the latest fabric and prices lower than old style goods High Grad...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 22 March 1904
$5,000 WIL O TH E BUSINESS Sash and Door Factory Pro position Considered by Mass Meeting. MUC ENTHUSIASM SHOW N AN PROJECT GETS GOO BOOST. Eight Hundred Dollar Stock Sub scribed Last Night and Out look Is Favorable. The mass meeting held' at the city hall last night to consider the project of encouraging the sash and door factory of L. G. Delameter &t)o., of Minneapolis, to locate in Bcmidji developed in favor of the project to a com mendable degree and resulted in the appointment of a committee to solicit the subscription of the prescribed amount of stock in the institution, The attendance at the. meeting while not large was very repro sentative of the progressive in terests of the city. F. N. Lang was selected as chairman and I. Meyer as secretary. Mr. L. G Delameter was introduced and addressed the meeting. He stated that his firm were anxious to remove their sash and door factory from Minneapolis to this city. It gave employment to about twenty-five men and was a manufacturi...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 22 March 1904
1 HO N WINS Verdict in Favor ontractor Last %ht. the case of A. F. J. Jinkinso re- K.\,.,l|i(,t,iiifaYor.ofn r,-: ."1 i'Hry the l0'1)y before6 o'clock 'ho easefwas i'gh the presentfoeon considered a big defendant. i. :M a sub contractor &* u the excavation of ,\t,to* and the conditions Vti'act were in contro iX^fttry held that there jl^feract and that under 1 *ri,js Warner was not" VNnv pay for his labors c, had been con- f\ ^'"Guire, who entered a ''(''Ity to a charge of high \*fef committed in'this 'ften sentenced to a term f, one half years atStill yil will be taken to the as soon as the neces ^inittment papers are Vr ty in the case of Joseph ftvs. Albert Sennes, an H, malicious prosecution, H$ a verdict for the de- ('W of Peter Lind vs. Prison, an act/on to re- ,''neV held in trust, went 'llrjr shortly before noon. 'Arties, to the action are off BVackduck and the 'nut engaged in the sa- v4fBe*?s there. caee ofK. J. Rafidal vs. Johnson is being tried iffernoon. The action is ...