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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 5 April 1904
VOLUME 1. NUMBER 295. Japanese General Staff Carefully Guards Plan of Campaign But Belief Prevails That it will Operate in.Seperate Sections. Bnanghai, April 5.A letter received here from Kobe, Japan, says the Jap anese government has 260,000 troops in motion and fully 60,000 more under arms in garrisons and at the depots. These numbers are exclusive of1 The Bemi Tw Hundre dan Sixty Thous and Japanese Troop Alread in Motio in the East SIXTY THOUSAN MOR E STATIONED AT GARRISO N AND IN RESE RVES.J the Third reserves, numbering 120,000, which have not been called to the colors. The exact numbers of troops which have left Japan for their vari ous destinations are not known, but the entire first army has been landed and has established itself in North western Korea, wipi/its main base at Chinnampho. The Japanese general staff still carefully guards the plan of campaign, but it is generally believed that it will operate three armies, each nominally numbering 100,000 men, the second army l...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 5 April 1904
Iffi: The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. PIONEER PUBLISHING CO By R. W. HITCHCOCK. Entered In the postofflce at Bemldjl, Minn., AS second class matter. Official County and City Paper SUBSCRIPTION *5 PER VEAR 190 4 IPRJ rao4 5 -We. 3 Th. Ft. 5 Sa. 2 9 6 10 17 24 7 II 1 8 25 WHE N 8 1 2 1 3 14 15 16 1 9 2021 2627 22 29 23 28 30 HE exceptions only prove the rule that if you want anything in this world you have got to hustle for it, and the maxim is just as true of Bemidji and Belti'ami county as it is of arjy individual. Bemidji has had a mighty lot of advertising since its beginning but very little has been made known of its real resources. A good deal has been said about its Indians and its sand but not over much about its arable lands and its tributary tracts of fine hard woods. What Bemidji and Bel trami county need is a systematic advertising of its solid resources. The text is a fruitful one we need to get busy upon it. taxes get to be five per cent we groan under the b...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 5 April 1904
THE CITY See JonesW. C. Jones. For wall paper see J. A. Hoff, Miles block. E. J. Gould made a trip to Blackduck last night. Willits and Cahill write fire in surance in reliable companies. Fred Hall was looking after his business interests at Kelliher last night. ve powerful then Svengali's hypnrtL power is Mark's Lung Balsam. M. D. Stoner went to Black duck last night on a several day's business visit. The biggestassortmentof Field, Garden and Flower seeds in the city, at Nnagles. Go to the Princess grocery for fine large navel oranges. 25 cents a dozen this week. J. L. Shampine, the well known Bena logger, was at the Mark ham this morning. We ai*e in business for your health. Be convinced by using Mark's Lung Balsam. Deputy Sheriff Eoy Petrie, of Hubbard county, was in the city last night on official business. Fred Eberlin went to St. Paul this morning and will be absent from the city for several days on business matters. Clerk of Court Rhoda this morning issued a marriage li cense...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 5 April 1904
MA BUIL A NE W BLOC Knights of Pythias and Ma sonic Fraternities Figure on Fraternity Hall. SECRET SOCIETIES FAST OUT- GROWWGPRESEBTTQIJARTERS Committees Appointed to Look Up Site and Ascertain the Probable Cost. The secret societies of the city are fast outgrowing their present lodge room quarters and it is quite possible that in the near fu ture several of the local lodges may enter a combination which will have for its ultimate object the erection in the near future of a fraternity hall in this city. Bemidji secret societies have been growing as well as Bemidji. Every avaiable lodge room in the city is occupied at present and some of the best and strongest secret societies in the city are occupying cramped quarters and are paying stiff rents. Individual members of the Knights of Pythias and Maso nic fraternities have decided to have the matter of building a frater nity hall taken up and the matter will be up for the consideration of both lodges at their next regu lar meetings. Th...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 8 April 1904
VOLUME 1. NUMBER 298. Maywood. 111., April 8.Sixty- three Indians in a special car en route to Washington to see Pres ident Roosevelt were run into by a mail train two miles west of here today during a fog. Three of the Indians were instantly killed and twenty others were more-or less seriously hurt. The Indians who were not pinned in the wreck fled in a panic across the prairie. The trains which collided were the Oregon express and the fast mail on the Chicago & North western railroad. The express train*' was run into by the mail train. Both trains were east bound. Physicians were promptly hur ried to the scene. As soon as possible the injured were taken to Maywood and Chicago. All the victims of the wreck were LIFE ATTEMPTED Spanish Socialists Attempt Assas sination of Vqnng King of Spain. Madrid, April 7.An fficial tele gram from Barcelona states that as King Alfonso was leaving the exhibi tion a "petard" was exploded with the evident intention of assassinating him. Two peasa...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 8 April 1904
By R. W HITCHCOCK. Entered In the postoffleeat Bemidji, Minn., as second class matter. Official County and City Paper SUBSCRIPTION $5 PER YEAR 04 APflJL 1904 Siu No. We. 10 1 7 24 Tib. 0 3 4 II 1 8 Fr. 5 1 2 Sa. 1 2 9 1 6 23 30 V. 6 7 8 1 3 20 27 1 4 21 2829 25 1 5 22 26 A BIT OF HISTORY. The Duluth Herald calls at tention to the history of the city ofOshkosh, Wisconsin. It wasching once the seat of a great lumber industry and it was freely pre dicted that when lumbering was done Oshkosh would become a country village. But lumbering is done in Oshkosh and the place is a city of 40,000. Saginaw City, Mich., was built on pine logs, and there were once 30 big sawmills in the city. Today there is not a saw mill in the entire Saginaw valley, but Saginaw is a city of 60,000. The business men of Oshkosh and the business men of Saginaw did it. They encouraged manu factures until these cities are today noted as manufacturing centers in their respective states. Bemidji has every advantage of ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 8 April 1904
IIIV Mjrxsu Emporium Dress Goods We invite your attention to our new 4ine-o-Bress Goods, the latest fabrics in Eolien, French Plain and N\ibb Voiles, and Crepe de Chine in bletck arvd colors. W^sh Goods The very latest in Wash Materials and Dress Trimmings in the New Clunas and Bands. Shoes and Slippers Our new line of Ladies1 Cabbage at McCuaig's. See JonesW. C. Jones. For wall paper see J. A. Hoff, Miles block. Standard canned fruits 10 cents per can at Nangle's. Shoes and Slippers are the highest grade in the latest spring styles, and our stock is very complete. Every pair guaranteed. Millinery Mrs. Felix Beadette went to Blackduck last night for a visit with friends. Chris Christenson went to Kelliher last night to assist Rowe McCamus in getting out this week's issue of the great family journal. New Creations are added daily to our Millinery Department. THE BERMAN EMPORIUM THE CITY DR. FOSTER DENTIST MILES BLOCK. Next Door to Postoffice. THE BIG STORE Friday and Saturday we will...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 8 April 1904
WINDINGSHEETOF WINTER Bemidji Wrapped in Mantle of Snow Twelve Inches Deep Today. PROMISE OF SPRING LIES BUR- IED DEEP IN BEAUTIFUL. Snow Shovels Displace Garden Implements and Imprecations Greet the Weather Man. Bemidji awoke this morning to find itself wrapped in winter's winding sheet, all present hope of spring banished, and one of the most severe snow storms of the winter prevalent. Mr. Hicks predicted it and although the storm is a trifle late it sustains Mr. Hicks' reputation, A promising spring morning yesterday developed a mild rain which later changed to snow and at 8:30 last night the fall was as heavy if not heavier than any thing of record during the past winter. Snow fell during nearly all of the night and the storm re sumed with renewed severity this morning. The snow was heavy and wet and clung to everything it struck. Signboards are covered with a clinging mantle of the beautiful, the jackpines assume the most fantastic shapes of natures hand iwork and Bemidji under...