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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 12 February 1904

VOLUME 1 NUMBER 250 TiOndcm, Feb. 12.A special dispatch from Port Arthur says the Japanese fleet attempted to land men in sev eral bays in the neighborhood of Port Arthur under the protection of the *guns of the cruisers. It is asserted, however, that all the attempts were unsuccessful. Paris, Feb. 12.The Temps says it 'has received confirmation from official sources of the report from Port Ar thur that the Japanese attempted to make a landing at the bay of Port Ar thur and were immediately repulsed. JAPS OCCUPY SEOUL. Twenty-five Hundred Troops in the Korean Capital. Washington, Feb. 12.A cablegram from Minister Allen, at Seoul, Korea, 1 sax% 2,500 Japanese troops are in that city. The cablegram also contains the following description of the naval bat tle at Chemulpo: "A running naval engagement took place in Chemulpo harbor beginning about noon. The Russian warships Variag and Korietz attempted to es cape, but failed. The Variag was in- JAPANESE TROOP S COUL NO LAN A PORT ARTHUR R...

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. — 12 February 1904

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. PIONEER PUBLISHING GO. By R. W. HITCHCOCK. Entered In the postofflce at Bemidji, Minn., as second class matter. Official County and City Paper 7 SUBSCRIPTION $5 PER YEARrapped 1904 FEBRUAR '904 So. Mo. Tn. WejTh. I 8 Fr. 2 3 Sa. 3 4 5 6 13 10 17 14 21 28 II 1 8 25 1 5 12 19 16 23 22 29 20 27 24 26 BRUISING THEIR FISTS. When Judge Collins' friends talk of supporting him for gover nor because he is a Grand Army man they are on firm footing and manage to walk along quite nicely, but when they prate of the merger and of what the Judge may be expected to do for the state they are floundering in very deep water and the excitement with which they sputter and splash about is quite amusing. The truth is that sojar as the merger is concerned nobody in Minnesota ever heard Judge Col lins had any views upon the sub ject until he became a candidate for governor and it became neces sary for him to have them. As to what the Judge may do for the state sh...

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. — 12 February 1904

t"-J THE CITY See JonesW. C. Jones. New vegetable at Peterson's. Fresh cows butter and hens eggs at Peterson's. Valentine social Baptist church tonight. Everybody invited. Dressmaking and Ladies tail oring. Mrs. Cunningham Blocker block. Don't forget the valentine social at the Baptist church to night. More powerful then Svengali'a hypnotic power is Mark's Lung Balsam. Attorney Charles Scrutchin was atBlackduck on professional business last night. Tracy Bardwell, the gallant and veteran cruiser, went to Blackduck last night. We are in business for your health. Be convinced by using Mark's Lung Balsam. R. W. Hitchcock, and little son Paul, returned last night from a business trip to St. Paul. I. Meyer, who has spent the past thr.ee weeks in Chicago and New York, making purchases of spring and summer clothing, will be home this evening. Peter Larkin and John Dalton were at Blackduck last night. Mr. Larkin will look over several of the towns on the north line before returning to Bemidj...

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. — 12 February 1904

HE PUTS ASIDE THE CROWN City Attorney Russell Is Not a Candidate for the Mayorality. SAYS IT IS UNENVIABLE AND THANKLESS POSITION. Popular City Attorney Emphati cally on Record as Not Aspir ing to Further Honor. In the casting abjut for candi dates to succeed Mayor JLuding ton as chief executive of the vil lage of Bemidji which has been going on for some time the name of City Attorney P. J. Russell has frequently been mentioned as one of the strongest available men who might be persuaded to become a candidate for the posi tion. Mr. Russell this afternoon put aside all conjecture as to what his position in the matter would bevwhen he stated posi- tively that he did not aspire to the mayorality and would not be a candidate. Mr. Russell is a gentleman.who has a pronounced habit of calling things by their right names. He never splits straws nor shirks an official duty pleasant, unpleasant or otherwise. He has a wide ex perience in city affairs and his ability to fill the position has ne...

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. — 16 February 1904

VOLUME 1. NUMBER 253. St. Washington, Feb. has reached here that, 1 effort thoroughly to occupy the stra tegic points in the Hermit kingdom while the Russian fleet is bottled up in Port Arthur. ON E HUNDRE AN NINETY-SEVEN [OFFICER S AN ME N AR E LOS Was On of the Cruisers Uninjured in the Recent Conflicts at Port Arthur. By one conversant with the Japan-1 Petersburg, Feb. 16.The Russian second class cruiser Boyarin was blown up by striking a mine at Port Arth ur on the 13th The disaster occurred in the same manner that the Russian transport Yenisei was destroyed. The cruiser had on board 197 officers and men, all of whom, it is said, were lost. The Boyarin was of 3,200 tons burden, and was one of these uninjured in the recent conflicts at Port Arthur. SIX HUNDRED RUSSIANS FROZEN TO DEATH. Berlin, Feb. 16.The St. Petersburg correspondent ol the Tagliche Rundschau says that 600 Russian soldiers were frozen to death while marching across Lake Baikai in eastern Siberia. I he victims bec...

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. — 16 February 1904

TKe WilyPioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. 7 PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.lectures, By R. W. HITCHCOCK. Entered in the postoflico at Bemidji, Mitin., as second class matter. Official County and City Paper SUBSCRIPTION $5 PER VEAR 1904 FEBRUARY 1904 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. 1 8 Fr. 2 9 Sa. 3 4 II 1 8 25 5 6 13 10 17 14 21 28 15 22 29 12 19 26 16 23 20 27 24 MALTBY. Wolves are getting thick in this part of the county. Mrs. S. R. Wright, had a bad attack of neuralga but is improv ing. Mr. Owery Blake, filed a con test on George Harris' claim last Wednesday. Mr. Jos Stone was helping Andrew Wright haul hay and wood last week. The Ladies' Aid will meet at William Morris' at 10 o'clock a. m. February 18. Mr. Alvie Blake, had a bad aci dent while hauling logs he fell off the load and hurt his knee quite bad. Messrs. Hall and Fred Wil iams are busy hauling logs to the mill to get lumber to build a new house in the spring. The social at Mr. Hurshy's was a grand success last Thursday night. The Ladies Ai...

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. — 16 February 1904

I/* THE CITY See JonesW. C. Jones. All kinds of masks at Petersons R. E. White of Kelliher is in the city. Fresh cows butter and hens eggs at Peterson's. Deputy Sheriff John Bailey is sick with the grippe. J. C. Moore went to Brainerd this morning on business. More powerful then Svengali's hypnotic power is Mark's Lung Balsam. F. J. Kline made a trip to Ten strike last night, returning this morning. J. P. Lahr left this morning on a short business trip to the Twin Cities. Wm. and John Hinchey, the loggers, left this morning for Minneapolis. Miss Gertrude Carleton re turned to Bladkduck this morn ing after a visit with friends in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Kennedy left this morning for Minneapolis where they will visit friends for some time. Samuel Kisser proved up on his homestead in the town of Grant Valley yesterday before Clerk of Court Khoda. Peter A. Carlson and Wm. Lin dell of Shotley Brook made final proof on two homesteads before Clerk of Court Rhoda yesterday. Attorney E...

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. — 16 February 1904

COLD WEATHER CONTINUES This Winter Has Been The Coldest In Many Years In Minnesota. WEATHER HAS...AVERAGED .A LITTLE ABOV E ZERO. Interesting Statistics Regarding Range of Thermometer Since January 1. According to the report of Weather Observer A. Gilmour of this city, the coldest day since Jan. 1 has been 39 degrees below zero, which was Jan. 24, and the warmest day since the first of the year was on Jan. 27, when at the coldest moment during the 24 hours the thermometers regis tered 34 degrees above zero, or two above the freezing point. Many thermometers have showed as low as 48 degrees be low zero, and some even as tow as 56, but according to tLose used by the government the cold est day in northern Minnesota during January and February was on Jan. 24. The winter has been charac terized by differences in temper atures of 64 degrees from one day to another, and it is explained that from this fact is due much of the suffering from the cold that has occured this winter. The followi...

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. — 17 February 1904

VOLUME 1. NUMBER 254. Benin, Feb. 17.The St. Petersburg correspondent of the Tagliche Rund schau says that 600 Russian soldiers have been frozen to death while march ing across Lake Baikal, Eastern Si beria. The correspondent adds that the temporary railroad across the lake is not yet completed, that a large detach ment, of troops was sent on a twenty two mile march over the ice covered lake and that it is presumed that part of these troops lost their way in a snow storm and perished. REPORT Russian TORPED O ATTAC O N RUSSIA N FLEET A POR ARTHU SUCCESSFU Destination of 40,000 Japanese Troops Embarked at Tokio Is Presumably Point Near Port Arthur. Port Arthur, Feb. 17.The report that 60,000 Japanese troops have been concentrated at Wonson, on the east coast of Port Arthur is officially confirmed today. A decisive iand battle is instantly im- minent. Japanese success will mean the invasion of Manchuria and the occupation of many important strategical points in the province, the seriou...

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. — 17 February 1904

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. 14 21 28 PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.are By R. W HITCHCOCK. Entered in the postofflce at Beinidji, Minn., as second class matter. Official County and City Paper SUBSCRIPTIO N $5 PE YEA 1904 FEBRUAR 90 Sn. Mo. Tu. We. 7 15 lived a useful life in the broadest sense of the term. He was always successful and his unstinted zeal and the ability and energy which he brought to his every under- taking made him a man to be ad- mired and respected. He was a business man of the broad- guaged, liberal type who stood .squarely for his friends and his sincerest convictions, a sterling character in public life, and it is to be regretted that he was not permitted to round out more years of usefulness. BEMIDJI'S schools are a problem at present and have been for the past five years. The school board has builded a number of additions to the city schools and cramped conditions are still reported. However, there is one good thing .about it all. I demonstrates very ...

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. — 17 February 1904

THE CITY See JonesW. C. Jones. All kinds of masks at Petersons Fresh cows butter and hens eggs at Peterson's. Bert Getchell went to Black duck last night on business. More powerful then Svengali's hypnotic power is Mark's Lung Balsam. The Rev. Irons, of Kelliher, is renewing acquaintances in the city today. P. H. McGarry returned to his home at Walker this morning after having spent several days in the city. Peter Moyle, of Tenstrike,!is I the city today Mr. Moyle has been ill for some time and came down to consult a physician. Miss Maude Olson leaves to morrow morning for Minneapolis where she will take a course in piano instructions at the John son academy, W. P. Roberts and A. P. White were at Kelliher last night,where the new Bank of Kelliher, in which they are interested, has just opened for business. Frank Mctxraw, who has been in the employ of the Crookston Lumber company and has been buying logs north of Solway, left 'O* this morning for Red Lake to look after some business ...

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. — 17 February 1904

NINETY DAYS FO A WIFE BEATER John Smith, Colored, Dis colors the Optic of His White Wife. JHRS. SMITH HAD TRIFLED WITH HIS AFFECTIONS. Arrived in Bemidji Just in Time to Prevent Her Marriage to Another. John Smith, colored, was in police court this morning to an swer to a charge of assault pre ferred by a white woman, whom he claims to be his wife, who gives her name as Lilly M. Easby. Smith pleaded guilty to the charge and Judge Reynolds sent him to the county jail for ninety days. According to Smith's story he is employed as a waiter on the dining car service of the North ern Pacific out of Grand Porks and is legally married to the Easby person. A short timp ago she deserted him, came to Be midji and has been making her home with Peter Descham. Yes terday Smith came to Bemidji to claim his own and arrived just in time to stop Descham from pro curing a marriage license to marry the woman. He was on his way to the court house when Smith stopped him. In the meantime the Easby woman d...

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. — 18 February 1904

I DECISIVE Berlin, Feb. 18.The admiralty: here lias received confirmation of the re ports that Japanese landing operations on a vast scale are taking place on both of Korea's northajn coasts and it Is assumed by the German authori ties that Japan will be ready by early apring for a forward land movement supported by properly equipped bases. Possibly 250,000 men (according to the estimates made at the German ad miralty) will be in the field before a collision takes place with the Russians in force. TO INVEST PORT ARTHUR. Army of Fifty Thousand Men Sails From Japan. Paris. Feb. 38.An official dispatch rT v $ri THRE E THOUSAN RUSSIAN TROOP S ARRIV E A TIEN CHEN First Decisive Land Engagement of the War Will Probably Occur in That Vicinity. Seoul, Feb. 18.Three thousand Russian troops have arrived at Tien Cheng, opposite Wiju, on the Yalu river and have success- fully effected an occupation of Wiju and conjunction with a large force of Russian troops already stationed in that vicinity. ...

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. — 18 February 1904

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. PIONEER PUBLISHING CO. By R. W. HITCHCOCK. Entered in the postofflce at Bemidji, Minn., as second class matter. Official County and City Paper SUBSCRIPTION $5 PER YEAR 1904 FEBRUAR 1904 So. Mo. Tu. We. Th. 1 Fr. 2 9 Sa. 3 7 14 21 28 4 II 18 25 8 1 5 5 16 22 29 23 6 13 10 1 7 24 12 19 26 2C 27 LOOKING BACKWARD. Looking backward is a habit. It becomes the moods of the aged and reminiscent. It is a pleasant pastime under certain conditions, but under others it is discourag ing. Dull times have been the general complaint in Bemidji for some time past. With almost every business house in the city doing a fair volume of business there is a disposition in some quarters to look back to the time when the palmy days of the vil lage made it the talk of the North west. If it has been dull in Be midji during the present winter the city is not alone in this con dition. The same complaint comes from every town in the state. A number of conditions combin...

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. — 18 February 1904

1 THE CITY See JonesW. C. Jones. All kinds of masks at Petersons Fresh cows butter and hens eggs at Peterson's. C. E. Albrandt went toFunkley and Kelliher on business last night. More powerful then Svengali's hypnotic power is Mark's Lung Balsam. S. C. Johnson, of Crookston, is among the guests at the Mark ham today. John Pettingill, one of the ty pioneers of the town of Cormor ant, is in the city today. T. A. Fallihee, of the S. E. v Jackson Co. at Dexter, was in the city last night on his way to St. Paul. Attorney E. E. McDonald went to Kelliher last night to attend the regular meeting of the village council. The Arabs cure envy by be stowing the thing coveted. Mark's Lung Balsam cures coughs and colds. The fame of Fred Hall's clothes is rapidly spreading. Today Mr. Hall received an order for 17 suits from Conrad, Mont. Andrew Swedback, of Delano, Minn., who came to Bemidji to attend the funeral of Mrs. E. J. Swedback yesterday, returned to his home last night. T. G. Bisair last n...

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. — 18 February 1904

SUPERB NATURA SITE l. J. Flude Says Bemidji Has Finest Chatauqua Grounds in West. WOULD LIKE TO SEE ASSOCIA- TION ORGANIZED. Offers to Take Twenty-five P"r Cent of Stock and Thinks It a Safe Business Investment. L. J. Flude, who delivered a lecture on the "Yellowstone Na tional Park" ai the M. E. church last Tuesday evening and who for many years has been con nected with amusement enter prises in various capacities is very much impressed with Be midji. He says that in all his travels which have covered prac tically every state in the union he has never seen a town that gave the promise as a coming summer resort that Bemidji does. Mr. Flude visited Bemidji for the first time Tuesday and saw the city of pines wrapped in its winter blanket of snow, but he has an eye'for the picturesque and he had been here but a short time when he made the announce ment that Bemidji was one ot the finest natnral Chataupua grounds that he had seen in his experi ence. Mr. Flude was so much impressed that...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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