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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 8 August 1904
,sw.jy i*v A Pioneer WANT AD Will Do It. VOLUME 2. NUMBER 94. WRECK VICTIMS Latest Estimate of Number of Persons Killed by a Rio Grand Wreck. The latest estimate of the loss of life by the wreck of the Denver & II10the Grande train yoiufr through a bridge is placed at more than one hundred out of 12") person on the train. Onl\ two do/en are accounted for. Seierul roaches were earned four miles doAn the ereek by force ot the raying waters. MANY JAPANESE ARE SLAi.. RUSSIAN CORRESPONDENT SAYS FIERCE FIGHTING OCCURRED NEAR HOUTSIATZE. St. Petersburg, Aug. 8.A dispatch to the Bourse Gazette trom Liaoyang says that another gieat battle has been fought in the neighboihood cu Houtsiatze, on the laihoad about four teen miles west of Liaoyang, in waich the Japanese losses are estimated to have been fiom 10,000 to 13,000 and the Russian losses insignificant. The dispatch to the Bom so Gazette, which is dated Thuisday evening, says: 'Theie has been fleice fighting Tuesday, Wednesday and tod...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 8 August 1904
^^tr-r-, ^WW^T^^W^f^^^^^^^^^ 5 lb mmmm ll/AuntSallv, 3 If ^^McConkesr. S FRUIT. \l Ginger Snaps, Extra Large Oranges, per dozen '.50c W Large Oranges, (f Ml !jf Oranges, 45c V* Alberta Peaches, per basket 65c M- Appies, per peck ?!r Large Lemons, per dozen Bananas, Bartlett Pears, ff\ III COOKIES. /f* Big 4, two lbs for Mc Jj- 4/ Cocoannt Dipped, Iced Lemon, J2 tff Vanilla Aunt Sally, 2oc W Midnight Lunch, 25c .f iti Teed Ginger Scallops, 25c jE \ii Fig Cookies, per lb ...CHOICE LOTS... Grow More Valuable Every Day Agent for Anheuser-Busch Famous St. Louis Beer TU7DWEIS1TR Bemidji Pressed Stone and Tile Co. Boyd & Erickson, Proprietors. MANUFACTURERS OF Cement Building Blocks, Sidewalk Tile and Stone Fencing. A variety of moulding designs for blocks, tiling and fencing. Cement building materials are taking the place of brick and quarried stone, and in many ways it is a su peripr material. _, '^M $- fftl o0 J. A. McCONKEY. J* The demand for Building Lots in Bemidji continues unab...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 8 August 1904
11 I! Hi iftln i. i| iiyiii 111.U1 Hum W 1 2 **3rjn,^ j*J ^&*&&e'&&&&fri--&&&. Pea IN Peaches Lemons Oranges Bananas Plums Cherries Apricots antelop es Watermelons it "Saftf THE CITY Go to Hakkerup for photos, Pineapple sherbet at the Gnll Midnight dinner at the Palace Cafe toiujjlit The be^t is the cheapest. I\es ice cream at Peterson. W. Hebard came up from Akeley Saturday night. Midnight dinner at the Bdlace Cafe ready every night at 11 30 W Parker returned from a short visit to St. Paul S^tvudov nififht. Always complete stock of tb best fruit in the market at Peterson's. Chas Gustafson, thoTenstnke editn*, spent Saturday in the city with friends. Why balance on the verge of consumption when Mark's Lung Balsam will cure George Tanner returned Sat urday nicrht horn a \isit with friends at Little Falls. The only puie and thevofoie wholesome ico oiuam the Ive^ Reived at Peterson's parlor, TU)c" Butiecige was u,p from pass Lake yesterday and in...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 8 August 1904
1 USUA LUL PREVAILS Bemidji Feels Effect of Usual Depression During Sum mer Months. CONSERVATISM OF PRESIDEN T1AL CAMPAIGN IS FELT. But Prospects Are Extremely Bright For Heavy Fall And Winter Business. Although Bemidji is feeling the usual effect of the general de pression that is felt in the mid summer season and the conser vatism that always marks the approach of a national election, local business conditions are of a satisfactory nature. Other cities and towns in the northern part of the state are ach more depressed midji, and although marks are heard from of this city about the general lull that seems to prevail here, peo ple from other cities are heard to remark on the li\liness of Be midji compared with other sec tions of the country in which they have been and they all seem to agree upon Bemidji as being the liveliest city they have visited. There is a lull in some lines, but the natural location of Be midji as a summer resort brings many people to the city during the dull s...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 9 August 1904
rWA' "fS. ~?S V'Wtgrt A Pioneer WANT i i ,r W *b r' f&pi AD Will Do It. VOLUME 2. NUMBEE 95. HUNDRED LIVES LOST Cloudburst the Cause of Terrible Disaster on the Denver and Rio Grande Ry. Hi Fated Train the Fastest Sent Out of Denver by the Rio Grande. Pueblo, Colo., Aug. 9.Train No. 11, the Missouri Pacific flyer, crashed through a bridge over Dry creek, near Eden, on the Denver and Rio Grande railroad. It is estimated that of the 125 passengers on board the ill fated train more than 100 lost their lives either under the waters of the racing torrent or beneath the wreckage. Many of the bodies were carried down Foun tain creek by the wall of water, which had force enough to carry several coaches nearly four miles away from the point where they went through the bridge. A cloudburst had filled the creek and water was flowing over the .resile when the train started across. The bridge went down under the weight of the train and the baggage car, smoker and chair car were pre cipitated...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 9 August 1904
wm* i 3 a il/ at \i tt \i .A lH-%Y* g'g ggg gr-g-g g,-g,-g-g,-g-grg-g-g.,g-g,,g.|,g.-g-^. to J. A. McConkey. jf i JJ. Extra Large Oranges, per dozen 60c jj Jf? Large Oranges, 50c jjj JJ: Oranges, 35c J M. Alberta Peaches, per basket 45c i J? Appjes, per peck 65c i -fr Large Lemons, per dozen 30c JL \V Bananas, 30c ?2 W Bartlett Pears, 7. 25c -Jy JJ- COOKIES. ,J\ \i Big 4, two lbs for 25c (0 (1/ Cocoanut Dipped, 25c W \l Iced Lemon, 25c (ft tf Vanilla Aunt Sally, 25c (ft tf Midnight Lunch. 25c (ft \l Iced Ginger Scallops, 25c (ft \fo Fig Cookies, per lb 15c (ft U/ Aunt Sally, 10c (ft \l/ Ginger Snaps, 10c (ft ^T* J. A. McCONKEY. jj[ ...CHOICE LOTS... Grow More Valuable Every Da Thjg demand for Building Lots in Bemidji continues unabated. We still have a large number of Fine Residence Lots, however, in all parts of the city. You could have bought cheaper a few months ago, but you will not be able to buy cheap a few months from now. Bemidji Townsite Improvement Co. JOHN F. GIBBONS, Loc...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 9 August 1904
A rZM*^*&1 &i*J4 *-~**r -^^^fm^^^^^T^.T^^^m^ Vb b vb ib vb vb vb Closing Ou Sal of Pears Peaches Lemons Oranges Bananas Hi UJ u Plums Cherries Apricots Cantelopes Watermelons 9% lb vb v* vb Kb Theat- Grill LADIES' TAILOR-MAD E SUITS, Silk Jackets, and Shirt Waist Suits. Also Our Entire Line of WAISTS. WASH GOODS, CURTAINS. AND MILLINERY. at the ...BERMAN EMPORIUM... Next Door to Postoffice. ftftftftftftftftiftftftftftftftftft v^frSt ttffft $&* && &fc I* 4* THE CITY Go to Hakkerup for photos. Pineapple sherbet,at the Grill. Midnight dinner at the Palace Cafe tonight. A. Klein left this morning for a short visit at Guthrie. The best is the cheapest. Ives ice cream at Peterson. Midnight dinner at the Palace Cafe ready every night at 11:30. Dr. Marcura made a profes sional call toTenstrike last night. Have Boss put up your eave troughs at right price. Phone 113. Fred Eberline returned this morning from a trip up the line. Nothing can be better than the bestMark's...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 9 August 1904
mf^^^sm EVIDENCE IS FOUN Scrap of Evidence Found In Cabin of Fournier May Be Valuable. PIECE OF LACE FROM WOMAN' S GARMENT. Supposition That Aagot Dahl is Held Prisoner Again Holds Preference. The latest evidence developed in the search of Miss Aagot Dahl 7as found yesterday at the cabin of Paul Fournier, who is now con fined in the county jail on charge of murder. It is in the shape of a small piece of lace having evi dently been worn by a woman, and is taken as a further proof that Fournier either is one of the principals in the crime or knows more than he wishes to divulge. Fournier's shack is only a half mile from that of Miss Dahl, and it is thought that if the theory that she has been carried away and is being held a prisoner is true it would be very likely that, if Fournier had a hand in the crime, she would be taken to his cabin preparatory to transport ing her to some secure place of concealment. The scrap of lace found was small and was evidently torn from the garment upon...