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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 25 April 1903

VOL. I, NO. 6 BRITISH ARE SLAIN FORCE UNDER COL JS ANNIHILATED SOMAL1S. NEARL 200 ME N AR E KILLE WAR OFFICE RECEIVES CON- FIRMATION OF TERRIBLE DISASTER, MEET AN OVERWHELMING FORCE ONLY THIRTY-SEVEN OF THE FORCE ESCAPEDANOTHER FORCE IN DANGER. London, April 25. A defeat, at tended by the loss of nine officers and 174 men, has been the fate of the British punitive expedition in Somali land sent against the Mad Mullah. The fight occurred near Gumburru, forty^mles west of Galadi. Coi. Plun kett leading the British forces, was among the slain. Details are contained in a dispatch received at the war office from Col. Swann and dated at Bohotlo. Col. Swann says: "I regret to report that the outlying column, under Col. Cobbe, which left Galadi April 10 to reconnoiter along the road to Walwal, had a serious check April 17. "On the morning of that day 'Col. Cobbe, "h was at Gnmbarru, forty miles w**st of -Galadi, decided to. re turn to Galadi, owing to difficulty in finding the Walwal road a...

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. — 25 April 1903

THE DAILY PIONEER. EDWARD KAISER.. Publisher Entered in the postoflloe at Bemidji as second-class matter. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. Official County and City Paper. A $10,000 SALE. The Famous Doud Farm Goes to W. F. Street of Bemidji $10,000 Deal Closed. W. F. Street today closed a deal with Mr. and Mrs. Free man D. Doud for what has been known as the Freeman Doud farm, adjoining Bemidji townsite on the north, at a consideration of $10,000. He gets 156 acres of land in the deal, Mr. and Mra Doud reserving their home place of about an acre on Diamond Point. The Douds had hereto fore sold to other parties six acres fronting on the lake front, but Mr. Street gets almost a half mile of frontage and over a half mile bordering on the north. The exact description of the land con veyed is the south half of south west quarter and lots four and five in section four, township one hundred and forty-six, range thirty-three. This is the heav iest transaction that has ever taken place in Bemidji r...

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. — 25 April 1903

*i See HelTron tor pasture. 4-6 Jack Caivert retimed today from J3ot Springs. Strawberries every day at Peter son's. J. O. Cowan of Blackduck. is in the city today, Let Lang &'Carter handle your in surance. 2-tf C. 'N. Stockwell of Duluth in calling: on the hardware trade. A. P. Johnson of Crookston is call ing on friends in the city today. Ed Gallagher of Moose is transact ing business in the city today. Geo. Dewey of Park Rapids was seen on our streets this afternoon. C. G. Johnson and son of Black duck are registered at the Markham. Mrs. Norman Helmer left this week for a visit with her parents at Vern dale. Attorney Benry Funkley of Black duck is circulating around the city to day. O. A.Wetzke, owner of the Kooch iching townsite. stopped off in the city today." Gust Engelking was in the city to day enroute from Phena to Grand Rapids. Children are delighted when they get their candy from Peterson's. It is always fresh. 1-tf A fine nine pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jinki...

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. — 25 April 1903

SOLONS I N fIGHT WILD SCENES OF DISORDER IN THE ILLINOIS LEGISLA- TURE. fRENZIES) GENERAL EIST fIGHT SLUGGING AND ROLLING OVER EACH OTHER ACROSS SPEAK- ER'S PLATFORM SPEAKER CHARGES BRIBERY EXPLANATION OF EXTRAORDI- NARY ACTIONS THAT PRE- CIPITATED RIOT. Springfield, 111., April 25.Slugging and rolling over each other across the speaker's platform in a frenzied -gen eral fist fight at the feet of a score of women guests, the members of the Illinois legislature yesterday sur passed the wildest scenes of the Aus triantreichsrath. Last night charges by the speaker of the house. Isaac Miller, that attempts had been made to bribe him were formally made as an explanation of the extraordinary actions on his part that precipitated the riot. The interior of the legis lative chamber resembles in a meas ure the track of a tornado, so general was the wreckage o? chairs and desks. Chicago street railway franchises, more valuable than gold mines, were Directly at Stake, federal court receivership...

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. — 27 April 1903

VOL. I. NO. BREACH Of FAITH RUSSIA'S ACTION REGARDED AS DIRECT ATTACK ON AMERI- CAN POLICY. THREE NATIONS WIIL PROTEST UNITED STATES WILL JOIN WITH GREAT BRITAIN AND JAPAN. WILL CALL A HALT ON RUSSIA CHINA WILL BE URGED TO TURN DOWN DEMANDS OF CZAR. Washington, April 26. The dis-.j patches from Pekin announcing the terms which Russia has named to China for the carrying out of tne Manchurian agreement were read With deep concern in diplomatic circles yes terday morning. While the diplomats are not' dis posed, tor obvious reasons, to publicly comment on them, it is expected that at least the United States. Great Britain and Japan will join in a rirm note to the Chinese government, in sisting that China do not ugrce to the conditions which Russia seeks to im pose. It is rather expected in diplo matic quarters that the U.ated States will take the initiative, possibly be cause of the prompt action taken by Secretary Hay on one "other occasion when Russia sought to Secure an Agreement wit...

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. — 27 April 1903

THE DAILY PIONEER. EDWARD KAISER.. Publisher Entered In the postoffiee at Bemidji as second-class matter. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. Official County and City Paper. CONGRATULATORY Meeting to be Tendered to the Management of the New Mill. By the Commercial Club and Citizens of Bemidji Next Wednesday. At a meeting of the Commer cial Club held in the city hall at 2:30 this afternoon the plans for a congratulatory meeting to be given by the Club and citizens of Bemidji to the management of the new saw mill. The meeting was well attended by nearly every business house in the city being represented. On motion of Mr. Street a resolution was passed requesting all busi ness houses to close between the liours of one and five. The citi zens will meet at the city hall at one o'clock p. m. and march in a body to the new saw mill. The management of the mill and directors, together with a large number of prominent saw mill men from all parts of the country will be in attendance and the people here...

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. — 27 April 1903

J* Ted Maloy came down from Farley "this morning. Let Lang & Carter handle your in surance. 2-tf Lee Rumay of Tenstrike spent Sun day in the city. Mrs. John Essler left for the cities thio morning. Mrs. Allen returned from a pleas ant trip to Wadena. Commissioner Chapman came down from Phena this morning. Henry Revor has been on the sick list for the past week. E. L. Naylor is moving into his new house on Beltrami avenue. Ed. Shaw.of St. Cloud was looking ifor a location here Saturday. Pearl Spencer of Pa rk Rapids spent 3unday with friends in the city. Attorney Arnold of Blackduck is transacting business in town today. L. H. Pomery of Staples was look ing over our city with a view to locat ing here Sunday. Miss Jesse Ludwig of Cass Lake spent Sunday with her sister, Miss Ethel at-this place. R. E. Little, who has been sick at Hotel Markkam, returned to Black duck this morning. Nothing pleases a young lady more than a box of delicious bon bons bought a/t Peterson's. 1-tf L. W. S...

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. — 27 April 1903

TOPROBE CHARGES COMMITTEE OF ILLINOIS LEGIS- LATURE WILL MAKE IN- VESTIGATION. ***N0 CONNDENCt" IN SPEAKER DECLARED BY A VOTE OF 72 TO 60 IN THE HOUSE OF REP- RESENTATIVES. SPEAKER DON'T KNOW THE MEN TESTIFIES THAT MEN WHO OF- FERED MONEY WERE UN- KNOWN TO HrM. Springfield, 111., April 26. The house of representatives yesterday by a vote of 72 to 60 declared "no confi dence" in Speaker Miller. A com mittee of five, all personal followers of the speaker, had been appointed by him to investigate the charges of at tempted bribery in connection with the passage of the Mueller traction hill. There was a strong feeling among the anti-Miller people that there was a possibility of a whitewash, and steps were taken to increase the committee in such a manner as to have the speaker's appointees in a mi nority, if anything in the line of a whitewash should be attempted. The Miller men fought hard to retain the committee as originally appointed, but were outvoted and the report of the committee ...

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. — 28 April 1903

VOL. I, NO. 8 ill GOES UP IN SMOKE BUSINESS BLOCKS AT COLUMBUS, OHIO, ARE DESTROYED BY FIRE. AGGREGATE LOSS IS $800,000 CAPTAIN OF AN ENGINE COM- PANY IS BURIED UNDER FALLING WALL. ONE MAN'S THRILLING RESCUE WAS HEMMED IN BY FLAMES ON FOURTH FLOOR OF BURN- ING BUILDING. Columbus, Ohio, April 28. Fire early yesterday destroyed the Bran son and Union Clothing company buildings and several smaller struc tures and damaged the .Nichols block, entailing an aggregate loss of about $800,000. Daniel Lewis, captain of an engine company, was caught under a falling wall and instantly killed. His body was burned in "the rains. The fire was attended by many exciting in cidents, the most thrilling being he rescue of Philip Nation, a grocer, from his apartments ton he fourth floor of the Branson building, where he had been hemmed in by flames. Fire started under a saloon in the Brunson building. The flames spread irom the Brunson to he bui'dings south. The Union was 'completely de stroyed and the C...

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. — 28 April 1903

HE DAILY PIONEER EDWARD KAISER., Publisher Entered In the postofhoe at Bemidji as second-class matter. PUBLrSHKtf EVERY AFTERNOON. Official County and City Paper. The demand f3r jack pine and other cordwood for, shipment to points in North Dakota is far be yond the supply. At Bemidji, Rosby, Selkce, Solway and Shev lin orders are plenty, wood scarce and sellers unable to fill all orders. The importance of the wood business to the people of this country is but little appre ciated. The fact is that a claim covered with cordwood will britfg more steady money and be of ten times more benefit to the county and the people than a dozen tim ber claims that are cut off in one winter by a floating population, and the money sent to Minne apolis, Cordwood money comes to the farmer in small lots, cover ing a'long series of years, and is spent in the county where it does every one some good. The declaration of independ ence is to be seen no more by the public. It will be kept in. a big fire proof...

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. — 28 April 1903

K*. Mrs. Jos. Steidl returned today from Oregon. The boat MayflowerVill be launched today. John Wilm of THE PIONEER force is on the sick list. Geo. Scott returned from the twin cities yesterday. Lots in Bailey's additionffor sale by Lau & Carter. (5-10 Dr. Gilmour made a professional trip to Nary yesterday. FOR SALETamarack wood any length. G. E. Carson. 8-tf. L. Kolman of Cass Lake is in the city today fixing1 telephone wires. At a meeting of the Eagles last night three candidates were initiated. Edgings for sale, 16 inch $1 a load" Call up G. E. Carson. Phone 71. 8-tf Barney Burton arrived this morning from Little Falls to remain over to -dav. J. J. Trask launched his boat Ber tha yesterday and is putting in the engine today. Gus Larson of Cass Lake, arrived in "the city this morning and will work at the new mill. We do not handle ready mixed paints. Our paints are mixed to or der with the best lead and oil. Jones. Anton Erickson arrived Monday morning after securing a claim i...

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. — 28 April 1903

LYNCHED MOB ANGRY FARMERS MAKE SHORT WORK OF A NEGRO. "YOUNG ATTEMPTED TO ASSAULT A GIRL HANGED TO A TREE AND HIS BODY RIDDLED WITH BULLETS. ONSLAUGHT ON NEGROES E0L10WS VOLLEYS ARE EXCHANGED AND MANY OF THE NEGRv^o SHOT DOWN. Thebes, 111., April 28.An unknown negro about seventeen years old was lynched by a mob of angry farmers near the village of Santa Fe yesterday afternoon for attempting to assault the ten-year-old daughter of Farmer Branson Davis, and this was followed by a general onslaught upon a colony of negroes living in tents who were engaged in bridge construction work. The tents were burned and many ne groes were shot, but so far as known no one was killed. Hundreds of shots were exchanged but no whites were hurt, Branson Pavis Jives half a mile east of Santa Fe, a small village near here. While his ten-year-old daughter was in the bafhyarci yesterday the neg^o accosted her. She ran but he seized and her screams brought her mother to the rescue. The neero fled. Officers...

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. — 29 April 1903

VOL. I, NO. 9 CHINA ASKS HELP FOR THE THIRD TIME THE UNIT- ED STATES COMES TO THE RESCUE. MA STOP CHINESE DISRUPTION EUROPEAN POWERS READY TO! RENEW THEIR LAND GRAB GAME. SEC. HA SAYS "DON'T SIGN" BACKED BY THIS ADVICE CHINA TURNS DOWN RUSSIA'S DE- MAND. Washington, April 29.China in her extremity again turns to the United States as her one true friend. Sir Cheng Tung Liang Cheng, the Chinese minister, was the first diplomatic call er at the state department yesterday, and he remained with Secretary Hay for half an hour. He would not dis cuss the Manchurian question after he left the secretary of state nor admit that he had discussed that question with Mr. Hay. But it is known that this was the subject of their earnest consideration and that China looks to the United States to again take the lead in an effort to save the old em pire from dissolution. It is the situa tion of 1898 and 1900 over again. But this latest demand of Russia for a treaty is not resented by Germany or France o...

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. — 29 April 1903

HE DAILY PIONEER. EDWAR KAISER.. Publisher Entered In the postoflico at Bemidji as second-class mattor. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. Official County and City Paper. BEMIDJI IS BOOMING. The Great County and Its Thrifty County Seat Forging to the Fore. The Crookston Times of yes terday contains the following in teresting item under the above heading: The Beltrami county court house, which one year ago was unthought of, has been completed (and is now occupied by the county officials. It is a beautiful edifice, and one of the best built and most imposing structures in northern Minnesota. Its cost will aggregate about $55,000. A little less than a year ago Messrs. F. C. Sibley, John McDougald, Wes Wright, Ed Gallagher and J. W. Johnson, then comprising the board of county commissioners, recognized the necessity of such a building and caused to be is sued $50 000 in courthouse bonds for its erection. The bonds were readily sold, and work on the edi- fice commenced and carried to successful ...

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. — 29 April 1903

tiu Who is the "Nerve Feburn?" Room? for rent. J. Peterson, jr, Fine Thanksgiving weather this'. For SaleOld papers at PIONEER 7oTfice7 Clerk wanted in confectionery store. J. Peterson, jr. Strawberries by express every day at Peterson's. F. J. Arnold was an arrival from Blackduck last night. Lots in Bailey's addition for sale by Lang & Carter. 6-10 FOR SALETamarack wood any length. G. E. Carson. 8-tf. Arthur Hagburg of Brainerd, called on friends here last night. Mrs. C. L. Davis and daughter left for Red Lake this morning. A. H. Ovenman of Duluth, was dois ing business here last nisrht. F. J. Steinwitz of Park Rapids, was doing business in the city today. J. U. Spafford of Blackduck trans acted business in the city yesterday. Miss Ida H. Bailey proved up on a stone and timber.claim yesterday. Edgings for sale, 16 inch $1 a load* Call up G. E. Carson. Phone 71. 8-tf E. P. Rice, cashier of the State Bank of Blackduck, is in the city to day. Judge Martin left for Virginia City 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. — 29 April 1903

'JA WHAT MILES SAW REPORT OF THE LIEUTENANT GENERAL IS MADE PUBLIC. CONDITIONS IN FHIUPPINES MANY INSTANCES OF CRUELTIES PRACTICED ON FILIPINOS REPORTED. NATIVE GLIDES ARE MURDERED MAJ. GLENN ACCUSED OF CAUS- ING THE DEATH OF FILIPINO PRISONERS. Washington, April 29.The extend* d report of Lieut. Gen. Nelson A. Miles concerning his observations in the Philippines was made public yes terday by the war department. It is dated Feb. 19, 1903, and covers all features of his trip through the isl ands, together with his recommenda tions. Of the Moros, len. Miles says: "The problem of reducing or con trolling these people in case of con tinued hostilities does not appear to be a difficult one. They are very poor ly armed and have no means of with standing our mountain artillery and field mortars." The general four 600 of our soldiers at work on the roads to Lake Lanao. Troops should not be required td do such work, he says, except in case of great military necessity, which does not now exis...

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. — 30 April 1903

YQL.-I, NCX-IQ- CABINET TO MEET PRESIDENT AND ADVISORS WILL DISCUSS MANCHURIAN AFFAIR. MEETING TO BE HELD Hi ST. LOUS IMPORTANCE OF QUESTION RE- SPONSIBLE FOR UNUSUAL OCCURRENCE. WAITING FOR RUSSIA'S REPtff STATE DEPARTMENT WILL NOT ACCEPT PRESS REPORTS OF DENIAL- Washington, April 30. An impor tant conference between the president and the members of his cabinet to consider the Manchuraan affair will be held in St. Louis, probably to-night. The special train bearing the presi dent and his party will arrive at St. Lou's this afternoon at 4:10. Pr"esi dent Roosevelt and Secretary Shaw, Who is to be one of the party at that time, will be joined there 'by other members of the cabinet. The state department is waiting for Russia's reply to the inquiry as to the meaning of several of the demands made on China in the proposed treaty. The department does not accept the press report of the Russian foreign office denial. Russia aoes not answer diplomatic inquiries through the col umns of the n...

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. — 30 April 1903

HE DAILY PIONEE R. EDWARD KAISER.. Publisher Entered In the postofhee at Bemidji as second-class matter. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. Official County and City Paper. DOUBLE-HEADER TROUBLE. The Great Northern trainmen are now being polled on the ques tionof ordering a strike to compel the road to give the Montana men double pay whenever two loco motives are hitched to one train in going over the mountains. In other words, to establish the rule that whenever two locomotives are attached to one train, the whole crew shall receive double pay it being the intention of the committee to compel the road to reduce the number of cars to an average of thirty to each locomo tive, and after that has been done, if the gradients of the track require two engines, even for thirty cars, then there shall also be required two sets of conduct ors and brakemen or their equiv alent in pay for those who are employed. It would seem to an unbiased observer that Mr. Ward, who is an amiable but auburn-haired you...

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. — 30 April 1903

i 1 THE CITY Room? for rent. J. Peterson, jr, The band will practice tonight. We mix paints to order. Jones. 6tf Sheriff Bailey leave for Omaha to "Eight. For SaleOld papers at PIONE ER office. Ole Olesdn te now tending bar at the G. F. saloon. Jack Flateley has moved into his new residence on Twelfth street. Clerk wanted in confectionery store J. Peterson, jr. The board of county commissioners Tare in session today. D. D. Rolfe, mayor of Blackduck, is in town today. A. D. Belding was an arrival from Blackduck this morning. W. H. Scribner of Red Lake Falls i is a business visitor here today. Strawberries by express every day at Peterson's. Harry Usher and A. Hatcher of Akeley were in the city last night. J. A. Hare and Geo. Cook were ar rivals from Brainerd last night. H. E. Brooks of Brainerd called on -the business men here last night. Ed Stewart, oreman for J. Irvine, left this morning for Grand Forks. E. J. Doyle of St. Paul is shaking hands with old friends in the city to day. ...

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. — 30 April 1903

/J0OCK GEN. MILES OFFICERS EXPRESS SURPRISE AT HIS UNPRECEDENTED ACTION. MASS Of HEARSAY COMPLAINTS REPORTED ALL HE HEARD AGAINST SOLDIERS WITHOUT INVESTIGATING, EVERY CASE HAS BEEN ACTEDMJN NOT A CASE MENTIONED BY HIM THAT HAS NOT BEEN IN- VESTIGATED. Washington, April 30.The officials and army oficers at the war depart ment are puzzled over the unprece dented action of Gen. Miles in includ ing a mass of hearsay complaints against the army in the Philippines in an official report of an inspection tour. JJo such official report was ever before received from an American army of cer. "If Gen. Grant had made a tour of incpection in Georgia ofter the Civil war," said one army officer of high rank, "and had gathered up all the complaints of the rebels against Gen. Sherman, it would have been similar to this act of Ce-.. Miles. "There is IK-C a case mentioned by Gen. Miles that has not been investi gated and acted upou. There have been 139,000 American soldiers in the Philippines and not ...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
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