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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 21 July 1903

THE CITY "We mix paints to order. JonesBt T. L. Tweit is down from Bag ley. C. J. Wood is here from Mcin tosh. Encampment supplies at Peter son's. 77-tf Mrs. Esterbrook is down from Blackduck. Good things to eat and drink at Peterson's, 77-tf Mrs. C. H. Miles has returned from Chicago. P. Reynolds came up from Du luth last night, A. PL Kieven of Blackduck is visiting in the city. Fred Reynolds of Duluth is in the city for the day. H. Moffett and D. Moffet of Backus are in town. Winn Powers of the Odd Pel lows' Review is in town. R. R. Rowe of Superior ar rived in Bemidji this morning. Flags, bunting, decorations, and fireworks at Peterson's. 77tf Judge Reynolds disposed of three common drunks this morn ing. H. D. Bower of Guthrie is transacting business in town to day. E. C. Seitz and son arrived in town from Grand Porks last night. H. Slough and J. H. String of Eagle Bend are stopping in Be midji. Great clearance sale on skirts and waists at the Berman Em porium. 72tf The Akeley Dr...

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 July 1903

5'he ivorj Mppi In view oX the rapid disappearance ef the herds of elephants which for nerl roamed in Africa, and the limit en number of those animals remaining In Asia, Dr. R. Lydekker calls atten tion to the enormous supply of ivory which exists in the frozen tundras or Siberia, aad which, he thinks, "wil! probably suffice for the world's con sumption for many years to come.' This ivory consts of tUfks of the ex tinct species of elephant called mam moths. The tusks of these animals were of great size, &TA an5 wonderfully ahuudant at some places in Siberia where the frost has perfectly pre served them, and in many cases ha preserved the flesb of the animals *iBO. Thiy Dive. Wood is rev/-scarce Hi the Sandwict Islands and what there is of it come* dashing down from the mountain streams in the time of the spring floods. It is heavier than our wood i ^d sinks to the bottom of the bay* nt which the streams empty. Ther the natives wade out into the water until they feel a bit. nt wo...

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 July 1903

VOLUME 1. NUMBER 79. DEATH CLAIMS POPE LEO XIII. LIFE'S FITFUL FLAME FLICKERS OUT AFTER HARD FIGHT WITH DEATH. RESIGNED AND CALM TO THE LAST PARTING WORDS WERE BENEDIC- TION ON CARDINALS AND HIS NEPHEWS. CARDINAL OREGLIA NOW SUPREME ASSUMES DIRECTION OF AFFAIRS UNTIL LEO'S SUCCESSOR IS ELECTED. Rome, July 22.Pope Leo XIII. is dead. The last flicker of life expired at four minutes past .four o'clock yes terday afternoon and the pontiff now lies at rest. The period of over two weeks that Pope Leo passed in the shadow of death was no less wonderful than his life. His splendid battle against dis ease was watched the world over with sympathetic admiration and ended only after a series of tremendous ef- forts to conquer the weakness of his aged frame by the marvelous will power of his mind. The pleuro-pneu monia with which his holiness had been suffering was scarcely so respon sible for his death as that inevitable decay of tissue which ensues upon ninety-three years of life. The tested 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. — 22 July 1903

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. EDWARD KAISER. Publisher. Entered in the postofflce at Bernidji. Minn., as second class matter. Official County and City Paper. NOTICE O ADVERTISERS Copy for changes of advertisements im The Daily Pioneer must reach this office by 10 o'clock a. m. in order to insure their appearance in the issue of same day. CANADA AND THE TARIFF. Over in'Canada tliey-Have been doing some ^^mg^'IE^^'tW scared half out of their boots at, the manner in which the Yan kees are capturing the home| markets. One of the ^reasons why John Bull maintains colonies is to af ford an outlet for British goods. But Canada prefers American goods to the extent of. $125,000,- 000 in .the year ended June 80, 1902, and exports from the United States to Canada are in creasing at the rate of nearly one million dollars a month. I ports from Canada are nearly stationary, the increase for the year being obout $2,000,000. The remedy, according to the Canadian journals, is a protect...

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 July 1903

Subscribe for The Pioneer. "We mix paintstoorder. Jonestft J. L. Beardsley is up from St. Paul. Encampment supplies at Peter son's. 77-tf A. R. Holston of Crookston is in town. Emil Kruger is here from Akeley. C. M, Richardson of Shevlin is in town. Good things to eat and drink at Peterson's, 77-tf A. "O. Johnson is down from Turtle River. J. W. Mitchell of Grand Rapids is in the city. James Cone came up from Du luth last night. Irwin Burkhardt is in town from Crookston. John G, Thompson is down from Blackduck. M. E. Harbin of Crookston ar rived in town today. B. Zarracher arrived from Crookston last night. J. B. Berry was an arrival from Crookston today. E. M. Stratton of Tenstike is attending the encampment. Flags, bunting, decorations, and fireworks at Peterson's. 77tf S. Heyerdahl of St. Joseph, Mo., is transacting business in the city. Great clearance sale on skirts and waists at the Berman Em porium. 72tf Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. 54-t...

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 July 1903

WOMEN IN CHICAGO RIOT. They Run Up Against Police and Two Are Arrested. Chicago, July 22.Women yesterday afternoon took a hand in an incipient riot which attended the departure of two wagons from the Kellogg plant under a police escort. Two women were arrested, one for throwing a half brick at the private detectives who accompanied the Kellogg truck, and the other for attacking Lieut. Bowler with an umbrella. Maggie Blair.e, one of the women, ran after the wangons for two blocks with the brickbat hid den in the folds of her skirt. A feat ure of the day was a sensational talk by Chief O'Neill, declaring that an archy is at the bottom of present la bor troubles. "The strike is practically broken." So said representatives of the Kellogg company after the concern had scored one blow after another in the deter--. mined struggle against the unions .which .have beeu. making Avar. .up\m"i.f.i"jto factory. .Tn a series of rapidly suc ceeding events during the morning the company delivered an...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 23 July 1903

VOLUME 1. NUMBER 80. ARRESTEDSALOON KEEPER Alleged J. M. Hanson Sold Intoxicating Liquor to Indians. NO W OUT UNDER ONE THOUSAN DOLLAR BONDS. Hanson Denies the Charge and Will Be Given a Hearing. J. M. Hansen, who keeps a sa loon on Third street, was arrested yesterday afternoon for selling intoxicating liquor to the Indians now in town. This offense is a serious one against the govern ment and is punishable by a heavy fine or a sentence of sev eral years in prison. Mr. Han sen is to have a hearing within the next few days. He is out on 41,000 bail. The police Jaave been aware for the past few days that the Indi ans have been getting whiskey from local saloon men but up to yesterday afternoon no con victing evidence could be se cured. Two of the Indians who were in an intoxicated condition were searched yesterday and whiskey, or a vile liquor,. almost pure alchohol, sold as whiskey, was found in bottles on their persons. They readily agreed to tell who sold them the liquor and guide...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 23 July 1903

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. EDWARD KAISER. Publisher. Entered in the postoftlee at Bemidjl. Minn as second class matter. Official County and City Paper. LOW SHOWS KEPT OUT. Any gathering similar to the Park Region G. A. R. encamp ment now being held in Bemidji draws great crowds of visitors to a town. Where there are crowds out for a good time there is sure to be considerable money spent, and as a rule there are plenty of places especially provided for those who are willing to part with their cash. These money getters range all the way from the inoffensive peanut and pop corn stand to the low variety show. Shows which exhibit in a town while conventions, encampments, etc., are in progress pay better than the other temporary money makers, therefore there are alwho ways a large number of managers of tent exhibitions ready and anxious to pitch their outfits where there is something going on. They are willing to pay a li cense. The lower the moral tone of one of these s...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 23 July 1903

Responsible for the Death of Mar.y American Soldier*. Capt Charles Kieeffer. a United States army surgeon, says the Phil ippines are infested with mosquitoes more troublesome SUK' dangerous from a medical point of view than those that swarm in the Jersey swamps. A strange malady known as filaria ia traced directly to them, and is com mon among the American soldiers quartered on the islands. Soldiers contract the disease by drinking water from sragnant pools in which the mosquitoes have laid their eggs. The first indication of filaria ap pears in the form of a worm in the victim's thorax. This develops into elaphantiisis, which causes the pa tient terrible pains, accompanied by a constant cough. The sufferer ia worst at night, and the patient be comes a prey to insomnia. The* only remedy lies in an opera tion, which in itself is dangerous and rarely succe*s'shu. It" the worm, which Is a female, is injured and dies through the operation, its poison p?et into the blood, the disease is ...

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 July 1903

DUTIES OF "MY" DOCTOR. Phyvlcians of Millionaires Must Be Up to Date. Such a man as Rockefeller or Mor gas is a life study for a physician, Mid the man who can keep in perfect ordwra human machine of vast Im portance in the community is worthy of Schwahian compensation. The big insurance companies are willing to employ a physician at $100,000 a year to keep either of the gentlemen mentioned alive ten years longer. "My" doctor in such a case must know what medicine to prescribe whenever Morgan or Rockefeller sneezes, frowns, swears, limps, groans, growls, thunders, kicks over the waste basket, smokes too many cigars, drinks too much water, eats too heartily of corned beet and cab bage, talks too much to his Bible ''lass, charges too small a commis sion for promoting--a trust otv rcor^ Sanizing a railroad, telegraphs sena tors to bold up anti-trust legislation, or commit, any other little indiscre iion that billionaire flesh is heir to. He must be familiar with the slight, est symptom...

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 July 1903

VOLUME 1. NUMBER 81. CHARGE O STATE EXHIBIT Captain Wellman of Frazee Appointed by World's Fair Commission. WILL PREPARE AGRICULTURAL EXHIBIT FOR STATE. The Captain Is*Now In Bemidji Looking Up Grains and Grasses. Captain D. L. Wellman of Fra :zee, Minn., engaged by the St. Louis World's Fair commission to gather an agricultural exhibit from the state of Minnesota for the big fair, spent Wednesday |at the experimental farm at Crooks ston, and says that he found just what he was looking for, nice stock and all kinds of grains. 5 The captain spent yesterday and today in Bemidji. He appeared enthusiastic over what he had seen at Crookston, and the Red river valley will probably be well represented at St. Louis next year. In an interview with the Daily Pioneer yesterday, Captain Fra zee said: "I thought that the timber region in the northern part of the state should be repre sented, and came over here to see what you had in the way of nice grains. Judging from what I saw back at Carmen ...

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 July 1903

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. EDWARD KAISER. Publisher. Entered in the postofBce at Bemidji. Minn., as second class matter. Official County and City Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Copy for changes of advertisements in The Dally Pioneer must reach this office by o o'clock a. m. in order to insure their appearance in the issue of same day. .COUNTY. EXHIBIT. Farmers of Beltrami should make the most of the opportunity afforded by Capt. D. L. Well man, appointed by the World's Pair commission to have charge of collecting1 BEMIDJI the Minnesota state agricultural exhibit for the fair. The captain says that all grains sent to him suitable for the ex hibit will be cared for and given a place in the state display. Par ticulars of the proposition may be found in the news columns of today's issue of the Pioneer. An attractive exhibit at St. Louis next year of what can be grown in this county would be a good advertisement and would doubtless result in a more rapid settlement of the...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 24 July 1903

Subscribe for the Pioneer. "VV mix paints to order. Jones 6t John Moyle of Brainerd is in town. Peter Nugent is here from Akeley. C. B. Carter is in town from Crookston. Good things to eat and drink at Peterson's, 77-tf C. E. Johnson rs here from Grand Eorks. A. Tileston of St. Cloud is in the city today. S. Levine came up from Dii luth last night, Miss Cora Billiard of Bagley is visiting in the city. Great clearance sale on skirts and waists at the Berman Em porium. 72tf K. J. Mclve and P. Reiter ci Parley are in town. Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. 5.4-ti S. W. Renand arrived yester day from Larimore, N. D. H. C. Remington of (J rand Forks is visiting in town. Dr. U. G. Buell of Alexandria is the guest of F. N. Lang. Special sale on dress goods and table linens at the Berman Emporium. 72tf Miss Annie Wells and Mrs. M. E. Morrison are down from Red Lake. J. M. Richards of Crookston was an arrival in the city yes terday. Come to Peterson's ice cr...

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

NEWS IN BRIEF. Overflow From the Wires in a Con densed Form. United States Consul Johnson, at Anaoy, has cabled the state depart ment that cholera has broken out in that port. George Collins, Vho'was convicted iat Union, Mo., of having murdered Detective Schumacher, has been sen tenced to hang Aug. 28. Work has begun on the ship canal -which is to be built from the Buffalo harbor near Stony Point to the new Buffalo & Susquehanna iron plant. The waterway will cost $1,000,000. The commissioner of the general land office directed the withdrawal from entry of .460,0000 acres in South Dakota in connection with the Belle Fourche. project. The land lies in tho Rapid City district. Estimates received from all parts of the state show clearly that Nebraska's wheat crop will exceed any previous crop in her history. The acreage, which is 15 per cent greater than last year, will yield at least 80,000,000 bushels. The American Fisheries society at Woodshole, Mass., dedicated the mass ive boul...

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. — 25 July 1903

J- VOLUME 1. NUMBER 82. BOARD FINISHES ITS WOR T0WN BOARDS. Members Say that Lax Methods Were Used In Passing on Assessments. No Time to Lose. An eminent surgeon used to remark to his assistants when everything was laid out ready for an operation: "Don't be in a hurry, gentlemen, for we have no time to lose." One can accom plish so much by keeping steadily at it and doing one thing at a time, but Americans seem to want to do everything at once. If we realize that restlessness and nervousness are the most serious faults of our race we should see the necessity for using golden grain belt beer to overcome the difficulty. It rests the nerves completely and puts one in perfect condition, mentally and physically. You will enjoy a case at home. Order of your nearest dealer or be supplied by John F. Essler, Bemidji. Loud Thunder. A thunder clap, startling in its been no damage done. Beyond a lisrht shower there was no rain. New Laundry. The new laundry, known as the Peerless, is now in full...

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 July 1903

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. EDWARD KAISER, Publisher. Entered in the postofflce at Bemldji. Minn., as second class matter. Official Connty and City Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Copy for changes of advertisements in The Daily Pioneer must reach this office by 10 o'clock a. m. in order to insure their appearance in the Issue of same day. THE LEECH LAKE PINE. The order of the interior de partment relative to the cutting of 1,500,000,000 feet of logs, from the Leech Lake group of Indian reservations before July 1. 1905, is causing considerable unfavor able comment on the part of the press and lumbermen of the state. The* idea of cutting this vast amount of timber, burning the slashings and leaving the land ready to be sold for agricul tural purposes, and all within one cutting season and the part of another, does not make a favora ble impression. The pine is to be sold for the benefit of the Indians who own the lands, and the idea of the in. terior department, as report...

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 July 1903

TVe mix paints toordei\ Jones 6t F. M. Braky is up from Cass Lake. I. A. Krohn of Shevlin is in town. Charles Carson of St. Paul is in town. Good things to eat and drink at Peterson's, 77-tf K. J. Mclver and son are here from Farley. L. E. Hanson of Becida is in town em business. T. C. and B. P. Myers are up from Park Rapids. H. Williams and wife of Hibbing are visiting in Bemidji. The best of tobaccos and cigars at the Lakeside bakery. L. Campbell of Grand Forks is registered at the Markham. Finest confectionery at the old Teliable Lakeside bakery. Andrew Dexter came down from Blackduck yesterday. Follow the crowd to the Lake side bakery.' It will pay you. Pies, cakes, etc., for outing lunches, at the Lakeside bakery. A. M. McDonald of Washburn, Wis., is registered at theRemore hotel. Great clearance sale on skirts and waists at the Berman Em porium. 72tf Alvin T. Johnson of Gaylord, Minn., is transacting business in the city. Invite your best girl to accom pany you to the Lakeside...

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 July 1903

MISS OLSON MAY RECOVER. Her Negro Assailant Safe in Qlencoe Jail. Glencoe, Minn., July 25. Joseph Scott, the negro who murderously as saulted Miss Minnie Olson at Watson early Saturday morning, is again Be hind the bars here, after a thrilling night ride In the custody of two sher iffs, and a midnight session of an im promptu court in a farmhouse at Stew art, McLeod oounty, where he waived examination before Justice Jacobson and was bound over to the action of the grand Jury. The chase of the ne gro and the escape of Sheriffs McKen sie and Hartley with Scott in their custody was remarkable. Blocked in their attempt to take him to Monte video by the mob at Minnesota Falls, they drove from the latter point, three men in a buggy, to Stewart. The dis tance is flUy miles and the country roads were not in the best condition. But'Ior the'facf that" me mob 'at'Min- nesota Falls lacked a leader, said Sheriff McIIjnzie, "we could'not have escaped with the negro." Miss Olson's Chance for Life....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 27 July 1903

VOLUME 1. NUMBER 83. ST. CLOU EASILY WO N GAM E Grand Forks Fought Hard But Went Down to Defeat. HEAVY HITTING WAS FEATURE OF THE GAME. Was an Unusual Amount of Bet ting, With St. Cloud the Favorite. A fight on second base, one home run, three three-base base hits and two two-baggers were a few of the interesting features of yesterday's ball game. The final score stood 9 to 5 in favor of jrt St. Cloud, and the latter did not have to play her half of the ninth inning. Grand Forks gave as an ex cuse for defeat the fact that she had left her best pitcher and and catcher at home to prepare for today's game with Duluth. Something was lacking for the Forkers were at the mercy of St. Cloud at all stages of the game. In two hours of play they won an easy victory. Grand Forks ran in three of her scores in the ninth inning, when Kilroy, who relieved Wilson, the St. Cloud pitcher, early in the sixth inning weakened and was easily hit. Scott, who was catching for Grand Forks, caught a swift bal...

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 July 1903

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. EDWARD KAISER. Publisher. Entered in the postofflce at Bemidji. Minn, as second class matter. Official County and City Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Copy for changes of advertisements in The Dally Pioneer must reach this office by 10 o'clock a. m. in order to insure their appearance in the Issue of same day. CHANGE OF POLICY. Conditions in South Africa aj*e developing in accordance with expectation, and there is there fore no surprise over the an nouncement that Great Britain has determined to make the erstwhile Boer republics regular crown colonies, 'This is due to the hostile attitude of the Boers, which compels the abandonment of the idea of establishing advi sory councils in which the burgh ers would have representation. Under the new plan 25.000 British regulars will hereafter constitute the military peace of South africa. It is argued that this strong garrison can be used as a feeder for the garrison in India in emergencies. The forc...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
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