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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 26 September 1903

i THE CITY Subscribe for The Pioneer. We mis paints toorder. Jones 6 J. K. Hicks is up from Duluth. Albert Solberg is in town from Big Falls. James Logan is down from Tenstrike. If you want to rent a house call on E. J. Willits. 127-tf Daily Pioneer want ads are a success. Try them. George McDonald arrived yes terday from Brainerd. W. W. Hartman of Little Falls is in Bemidji on business. William Parker and wife of Northome are in the city. C. M. Erskine of Cloquet is stopping at the Markham. The Diamond King returned from Northome yesterday. Mrs. James Sturdevant of Tenstrike is visiting in the city. Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. 54-tf W. H. Bohannon, editor of the Mallard Call, is rounding up the ~Aown today. Short miLl wood for sale. $2 per load, delivered. Crookston Lumber Company. 113-tf "Paddy," one of Frank Gag non's old bar boys, is in town from Mallard. The fruit canning season is drawing to a close. Next week will wind it up. J. Peterso...

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. — 26 September 1903

WA SI O ALL HOPE OF GOOD FROM TURK- ISH PROMISES OF REFORM DISAPPEARS. CANNOT HOLD BULGARIANS BACK ONLY QUESTION IS WILL FIGHT START IN AUTUMN OR SPRING. BULGARIA GOES RIGHT AHEAD PREPAR'ATIONS FOR MOBILIZA- TION OF THE ARMY CAR- RIED OUT. Sofia, Bulgaria, Sept. 26. Regard less of the efforts of the powers- tc hold Bulgaria and Turkey in check ai-d the sultan's irade for reform in Mace donia, unceasing preparations for war continue here. All hope of good results from the Turkish promises of reform has long disappeared and the feeling is growing that war is the sole solution to the Macedonian problem, the only ques tion being whether it will come this autumn or be postponed until spring. Preparations for the mobilization'-of the Bulgarian army have been carried out with singular completeness as to detail and a declaration of war will find the Bulgarians sufficiently pre pared. The equipment for the sol diers is ready, large quantities of am munition are on hand and the stocks of gene...

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 September 1903

THEY WILL NAIL SIX MORE That Will Practically Con clude the Postal Investi gation. THERE ARE STILL SIX INDICT MEXTS TO COME. Mr. Payne Declines to Give Names of the Men Under Consideration. Washington, Sept. 27. Postmaster General Payne returned to Washing ton yesterday morning from the Vir ginia Hot Springs, where he spent a brief vacation. Mr. Payne looks ranch improved in health and he says that he is prepared to stick to his desk "as long as school keeps." Mr. Payne said: "The investigation may be consid ered as practically concluded when the federal grand jury of the District of Columbia, which is now in session, finishes its work and brings in a number of additional indictments. As the grand jury will adjourn Oct. 5, it is reasonable to suppose that these expected indictmentsthe final work of that body will not be long de layed." Mr. Payne said there were about six separate indictments to be brought jn, not all of which, however, were against persons already indicted by the gr...

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 September 1903

The Daily Pioneer EDWARD KAISSR. Publisher. Entered la tbe ppstbfflee at BotaldJI, Minn., as second class matter. Official Couiity and City Paper. ^NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Capy for c'.iiH^es of advertisements in The Diily Pianejr must reach this office 10 o' Io a. m. in order to insure theii appearance in the issue of same day. OFjTHE RIGHT STUFF. It has been stated that the Tosultbf the] suits brought by Henry Biiemmer, the taxiderm ist, against the state game and fish coin mission and Samuel Fallerton, its executive agent, would be oj interest not only sportsman in Bemidji, but all other citizens as well, for if Mr. Buenther wins he will continue business at the old stand, but if he loses, he says he will leave Bemidjiand start afresh else where, knowing that a defeat will practically ruin his business as a taxidermist, whijh has al ready been greatly damaged by the actions of Mr. Fullerton and liis deputies. Bemidji can ill afford to lose Mr. Buenther. He is of the stuff from which...

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 September 1903

THE CITY Major Wilson is at Nebish. We mix paints toorder. Jones A. Harris is down from Ten strike. R. H. McCoy of Grand Forks is in town. Charles Loring of Crookston is in the city. C. H. Allen is in town from Blackduck. H. R. Hadley has returned to Park Rapids. Frank Madlan left for Brainerd this morning. E. S. White of St. Paul was in town yesterday. If you want to rent a house call on E. J. Willits. 127-tf P. J. Ramsey arrived from Brainerd yesterday. Al Kaiser of Bagley was a vis itor in Bemidji Sunday. C. L. Hillstead came down from iSTorthonie yesterday. William Kelly of Grand Rapids is in the city on business. W. Elliot of St. Cloud is reg istered at the MarkhairL William McCuaig and wife have returned from the Twin Cities. Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. $ 54-tf Geo. Lydick and wife of Cass Lake arrived in the city yes terday. P. H. McGuire left today for Buhl, where he will remain till spring. Evan Carson made a flying trip to Buena Vist...

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 September 1903

They Are Sought by the Smithsonian Institution. Eight hundred night herons are wan dering free about the United States, ach wearing on one leg an aluminum -band inscribed "Smithsonian Institu tion" and a cumber. If any person shoots one of these birds he should write to Paul Eartsch, biologist of the Smithsonian, telling where it was and how large was the bird. The night heron is one of the most beautiful of the aquatic birds of America, but scientists know less about it than they are satisfied with. Last year Mr. Bartsch discovered, several breeding places of these bird's on the Potomac in the District of Columbia. Recently he visited the place with several as sistants in the night and the 800 aluminum hands were fastened to the legs of as many young herons. Science is anxious to Imow how long the night heron lives, where it spends the win ters and how much of the country it covers in its wanderings. It is be lieved that hy the time a few of the numbered aluminum bands have been re...

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 September 1903

EXCITEMENT WAS INTENSE Bold Mink and a School Teacher Have Battle in Chicken Coop. ASSASSIN ESCAPED UNHARMED AND IS STILL AT LARGE. lignTl'fTp^rirroirginhe DaTRness After Trap Had a Sad Ending. Let an American schoolmam and on intelligent American mink get into a dispute, with a flock of ^plunrp. juicy spring chickens as the bone of contention, -and there is bound to be something inter esting doing. The result of such a mix-up is a free and happy mink, several dead chickens and an indignant schoolmam. An actual experiment at Grant Val ley the other day proved this to be a fact and now the wondering admiration in the teacher's eye when the small boy tells how he trapped a mink on Grant creek last winter leads him to retell the tale next day with several embellishments, and a fancy fringe around the edge. Miss Alice Mills is the teacher in the case. She teaches the Grant Valley school and boards at the home of the Misses Pen dergast, situated far from a neighbor and near a patch of wo...

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 September 1903

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY 'AFTERNOON. EDWARD KAISER. Publisher. Entered in tlie postofflce at Bemidji, Minn, as second class matter. Official County and City Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Copy for changes of advertisements in The Daily Pioneer must reach this office bj 10 o'clock a. m. in order to insure theii appearance in the issue of same day. IT WAS] night. One of our citizens was walking through the park. "Hear the little wavelets gently lap the beach," murmured a masculine voice just ahead. "I think it's just lovelyJ oJie.J.n-lap land,"came the soft reply. A bench creaked. The thoughtful citizen cut across to the sidewalk. It should bo seen to that the benches in the park are placed farther from the pathway. HE Constantinople corres pondent of the SLondon Times says that Great Britianhas made vigorous and constant protests against the excesses committed by the Turkish troops, but that she apparantly does not feel her self strong enough to break down the opposition of Ge...

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 September 1903

THE CITY We mix paints toorder. Jones 0 If you want to rent a house ial on E. J. \Tillits. 127-tf W. J. Lawrence is up from Duluth. E. A. Davis is-irwtown from Fosston. J. W. Coleman of Crookston, is in the city. P. M. Congclon is down from Blackduck. H. F. Brown of Crookston, is in town today. J. A. Bandt arrived from Foss ton yesterday. S. Knight of Grand Forks, is here on business. James Fedro went up to Bkck^ ~idiictryesIeircTay. Judge Spooner and wife have gone to Minneapolis. Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. 5-i-tf D. O. Collins of Walker is stop ping at the Reinore. George Rogers returned from the west last night. B. H.'Eggen came down from Blackduck yesterday. Short mill wood for sale. 82 per load, delivered. Crookston Lumber Company. 113-tf Capt. Carnally of Red Lake, is registered at the City Hotel. Geo. E. Carpenter of Crooks ton, is registered at the Mark ham Hotel. The fruit canning season is drawing' to a close. This week will wind it...

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 September 1903

They Are Sought by the Smithsonian Institution. Eight hundred night herons are wan dering free about the United States, ,ach wearing on one leg an aluminum band inscribed "Smithsonian Institu tion" and a number. If any person shoots one of these birds he should write to Paul Bartsch, biologist of the Smithsonian, telling where it was and how large was the bird. The night heron is one of the most beautiful of the aquatic birds of America, but scientists know less about it than they are satisfied with. Last year Mr. Bartsch discovered several breeding places of these birds on the Potomac in the District of Columbia. Recently he visited the place with several as sistants in the night and the 800 aluminum bands were fastened to the legs of as many young herons. Science is anxious to know bow long the night heron lives, where it spends the win ters and how much of the country it covers in its wanderings. It is be lieved that by the time a few of the numbered aluminum bands have been repo...

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. — 1 October 1903

VOLUME 1. NUMBER 13* END OF MO RULE AT S00 Men Implicated in Riots at Canadian Soo Are Arrested. WORK HAS BEEN OFFERED THE IDLE Wfflr- That, With Absence Destitution, Has Brightened the Outlook. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Oct. 1. The arrest of nine men charged with being implicated in the nut at the Canadian Soo Monday of a mob of dis charged employes of the Consolidated Lake Superior company and an at tempt of a number of the men forcibly to resist detention by the concern at Wilde station on the Algoma Central were among the developments in the situation at the Soo yesterday. Numer ous requests by employment agencies for the services of many of the em ployes thrown out of work by the clos ing of the concern and its various af filiated companies, to which they are responding, and the absence of desti tution have Given the Men Hope, and, with the exception of the incident mentioned, everything was again quiet yesterday. Mayor Plummer up to yes terday has, with the sanction of the muni...

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. — 1 October 1903

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. EDWARD KAISER. Publisher. Entered in the postoffico at Bemidji. Minn., as second class matter. Official County and City Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Copy for changes of advertisements in The Daily Pioneer must reach this office 10 o'clock a. HI. In order to insure tlieri appearance in the issue of same day. PRESS COMMENTS. The fact that Governor Van Sant has announced that he is for Moses E. Clapp for the senate has called forth many comments from the state press, especially those papers which are against him. The Faribault Journal says there was no occasion for the statement and seeks to explain it as follows: "Possibly the desirabilty of so curing tae senator's co-opera tion in other plans may have had something- to do with the warm expressions of appreciations which are at present coming from such unexpected quarters. "Nor is there any reason why the governor should think it would embarrass him to make a public pledge so long before th...

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. — 1 October 1903

We mix paints toordev. Jones 6 E. A. Phelps of Bee id a is in the city. H. P. Brown is here from Crookston. P. J. Devlin is down from Turtle River. C. H. Milk arrived from Brain erd yesterday. J. P. Gibbons returned from St. Paul last night. If you want to rent a house icall on E. Willits. 1^7-tf Jack Essler returned from Northome this morning. James Pedro returned from vBlackduck this morning. S. E.. Smith was an arrival from Cass Lake yesterday. __CL_CL_Trace and L. D. Brown of Little Palls are in the city. C. G. Yanderpool came up from Park Rapids -yesterday. R. W. Smith of Grand Porks is registered at the Markham. Thirteen men left for Nebish this morning to work in the woods. Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. 54-tf R. Xeving and \L Birdlo of wSolway are stopping at the Rem ore. M. G. Slocum went to North ome last night, returning this morning. Attorney Taylor of Chicago is a guest at the home of 0. W.. Scrutchin. A cement sidewalk is being laid...

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. — 1 October 1903

LAWYER MADE AN APOLO&V. Revised the Opinion as to the Intellect of the Court. Some years ago there was an old judge on the bench in Berks county. Pa., whose decisions, in consequence of numerous reversals did not always command universal respect. One day, in a case in which he was sitting, one of the lawyers lost patience at fcis in ability to see things in a certain light, and in the heat of the moment re* marked that the intellect of the court i was so dark a hash of ligntning could not penetrate it. For this coatempt the judge showed a disposition tc be very severe with the offender, and. it was only after much persuasion by friends of the latter that he yielded and decided to accept a public apol ogy. The following day the lawyer, accordingly appeared before his honor i and made amends by saying. "I re gret very much that I said the intel lect of the court was so dark lightning could not penetrate it. I guess it could. It is a very penetrating thing." HAD HAD LONGER PRACTICE...

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. — 2 October 1903

MEMBERSHIP IS A LARGE ONE Organization of the Bemidji Whist Club Was Perfected Last Night. ARE TWENTY-EIGHT MEMBERS NO W ENROLLED. Headquarters Will be a Hand some Suite of Three Rooms in Swedback Building. The new whist club, the organ ization of which was perfected at a meeting held last night in the offices of Bailey & McDonald, will oe known as the Bemidji "Whist Club. At present there are 28 members enrolled, and this number will probably be in creased. Officers were elected last night and the constitution and by-laws were drawn up. L. H. Bailey was elected president and F. W. Rhoda secretary. An executive committer was selected as fol lows: "J. H. Bailey, chairman Dr, B. Foster, clerk F. W. Rhoda, treasurer I. Meyer. The club is formed for the playing of whist and other games whis principally. There is a law prohibiting gambling of any sort in the club rooms- A suite of three rooms in the Swedback building, which are to be hand somely furnished and equipped, will be used 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. — 2 October 1903

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. EDWARD KAISER. Publisher. Entered in the postoflice at Bemidji, Minn., as second class matter.J, Official County and City Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Copy for changes f advertisements In The Daily Pioneer micst reach this office 10 o'clock a. m. in order to insure theli appearance in the issue of same day. AMERICA IN MEXICO. American influence in Mexico is becoming so extended as to at tract general attention. It is strikingly shown in the consular figures sent out by the govern ment This-maiteris-made sub ject of an interesting article in the current number of the world's Work, by Eugene P. Lyle, Jr. It is shown by Mr. Lyle's article that in the fiscal year 1902 Mexico's totalimports were $64,000,000, of which the United States furnished more thanhalf, or$37,000,000. Mexico's total exports in the same year amounted to$78,000,000, of which more than four-iifths, or $63,000,- 000, were sold to the United States. Moreover, Mexico's trade w...

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. — 2 October 1903

THE CITY Subscribe for The Pioneer. We mix paints toorder. Jones 6 S. D. Works of Mankato is in the city. M. A. McGlenon is in town Bugley. George Harris is in town from Kelliher. H. Thorson is in town from from Bagley. Robert Ebelend is in the city from Duluth. G. S, Rhodes of Minneapolis is visiting in town. Willis Brannon is in the city from Northome. If you want to rent a house call on E. J. Willits. 127-tf "Mr s. ETETTIJmiley of JNary. visiting in the city. Wm. Reynolds has returned from a western trip. Howard Bailey returned from Blackduck this morning. S. C. Bagley of Fosston is reg istered at the Markham. Miss Dell Amandon of She vim is visiting friends in Bemidji. L. Johnson of -Mankato is transacting business in town. Mrs. E. J. Swedback is visit ing her daughter at Williston, N. D. Harry Jolly and Major C. Wil son leave for Battle River, Minn., tonight. Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. 54-tf John Essler went up to Black duck last' night,...

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. — 2 October 1903

IS A S AfSM CAMP MOUNTED INFANTRY AND MILITIA PATROL THE STREETS OF THE SOO. GOOD ORDSR NOW PREVAILS SERIOUSNESS OF SITUATION NOW OVER AND TROOPS WI LL BE RECALLED. WORKMEN MUST NOW HUSTLE NEITHER MUNICIPALITY NOR COMPANY WI LL PAY THEIR EXPENSES. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Oct. 2. Mounter! infantry and Canadian militia patrol the Canadian Soo generally and the points where the Consolidated Lake Superior company has feared possible acts of violence by the large number of discharged employes, but quiet prevails throughout the region in which the company is interested. About 300 men employed in the woods at Wilde, who have been de tained at Wilde by the company for several days, arrived on the Algoma Central railroad last night in charge of the soldiers sent there yesterday morning and received their pay checks. They were given tickets for several meals and departed without causing trouble. Col. Buchan, who is in command ot the troops, the remainder of which ar rived yesterday mornirg, ...

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. — 3 October 1903

i VOLUME 1. NUMBER 140. REPORT OF THE AUDITOR ^lany Beltrami County Per sonal Property Assess ments Raised. FARMERS GET THE WORST OF IT ALL AROUND. Bank Stocks in Village of Be midji Are Lowered Fifty Per Cent. County Auditor Sylvester has received from the state auditor a report of the changes made by the state board of equalization in .Beltrami county's personal prop erty assessments. The valua tions were in several instances raised. One curious feature shown by the report is that bank stock was reduced by the board 50 per cent in Bemidji and 40 per cent in Blackduck, while assessments on farming machin ery and much of the farmer's property was raised 100 per cent. This seems very unjust. At the time the county board of equalization met the local bank ers appeared at the meeting and attempted to have the reduction made, but members of the board refused to comply with their re quest, All the farming machin ery in the county was originally assessed at it 's full value, it is said', ...

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. — 3 October 1903

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. EDWARD KAISER. Publisher. Entered in the postoffice at HiMiiidji, Minn., as second class matUT. Official County and City Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Copy for changes of advertisements in The Daily Pioneer must reach this office by to o'clock a. m. in order to insure theii appearancelin the issue of same day. ADULTERATED FOODS. This|is |an age of fakes and imitations. Everything we eat, drink or wear is liable to be something other than that which it purports to be. Impure foods represented to be of the best class of goods have J.n recent years Hooded the country to such an extent that the government has found in necessary to estab lish stations where the purity of foods may be determined by chemical experts. Much of this stock is imported into the United States. On July last a law authorizing the ex clusion of impure or misbranded foods went into effect. It is interesting to note-that the re port of Dr. Wiley, chief of the bureau of chem...

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