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VOLUME 2. NUMBER Go.
No Likelihood of Decisive Engage
ment in the Far East
For Some Time.
Bivoucked on Either Side of the
Dalin Pass Awaiting Bet
Llaoyang, July 5.Seeing thb im
possibility of bringing about a decisive
battle in consequen ce of the retire
ment of the Japanese a nd the heavy
rains General Kuropatkin, accom
panied by the military attaches, is re
turning to Haicheng. Both combatants
are apparently inactive. The Japanese
have retired to the sandy part of the
country to await better weather. The
Russians have reoccupiod their old
positions thirty miles eastward of Liao
yang. The two armies are now bivou
acked on either si (to of Dalin .pass,
which cannot be said to be an effective
occupation for either army, as the deep
mud rende rs impossible the movement I the followin
to to to
to to to to to
to to to
to to yl $ PRICE this week.
to to to
of transport wagons and guns. No bat
tle of any consequence has been fought
there since the.Russians.reiiwdrXwi'a.
Dalin pass before the Japanese ad
The Russian troops are displaying
splendid spirit in spite of terrible
hardships. There is not a dry spot for
them to camp on and the troops are
often obliged to pass twelve hours in
the rain before they can prepaie soup'
with which to warm themselves owing
to the difficulty experienced.in kindling
The Russians are showing great con
sideration for the Chinese, fraternizing
with them a nd paying them good
wages and high prices for goods sup
DENIED BY GENERAL OKU.
Answers Charges of Cruelty Preferred
Tokio, July 5.General Oku has for
warded a detailed repo rt to the impe
rial headquarters answering cha.ms
preferred by the Russi an authorities
that the Japanese troops were respon
sible for atrocities committ ed on i he
field during the engagement at Wu
fangtien, preceding the battle of V'a-
faugow (Telissu). says the charges
are totally unfounded b*l, on the con
trary^ that he had proofs that the
wounded Russian prisoners highly ap
preciated the humane treatment -they
a nd their comrades had received from
the Japanese. It is the Russians, he
declared, that have cruelly mutilated
the Japanese who fell into their hands
wounded. General' Oku then makes
We are proud of our Furs i
Wo have sold in Beniidji jm
.for the last four years arid
we sell most of our Fur Gar- ft\
merits through the recom- (f\
mendatioiis of our satisfied
for W have been in the busiiies
the past 10 years.
Every Fur Garment sold or made
to order is guaranteed.
S ee our ray wet/, a nd his dis
play of 1'TUS at Markham Hotel
unt il July 7. Furs will be on ex
hibition daily from 1 to 6' p. m., at
the ladies' parlor. Mr.. Kraywetz
will be pleased to call at your resi
dence in"the forenoons to'give you
estimates on a New Coat or repair
ihgyour Old One. Write or phone
BMEAliBERi when buying your
Fur Garment from its. we save you
the Middleman's l'rolit. Fur Gar
inents ordered now will be deliver ed
'/in the fall of the year.
21 Fifth Street, S., Minneapolis, Minn.
Will be the price of all our
75c and $1 Negligee Shirts
For This Week Only
They are made of Madras and Percale, the new- ^JQp
est spring patterns only two to a customer ^Oi
I. MEYER & CO.,
High Art Clothiers.
A Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits,
Ladies' and Misses' Rain Coats, and $
ijj about 50 Ladies' Lawn, Net and
Sateen Shirtwaists go at HAL
jfcO'Leary & Bowser
London. July R.Between COO and
700 Scandinavian .and Russian emi
grants bound for New York were
drowned in the North Atlantic June 2S.
The Danish steamer Norge. which
A greatScotland.a hole ws torn in the bottom
of the ship, which sank at once, only
heavy seas poured in through a rent
in her bows.
Th3 emigrants, who were then
awaiting breakfast below, ran on deck.
The hatchways were scarcely built
for these ..hundreds of souls and be
The Norge quickly began to go down
by the head. Eight boats- were low
ered and into these the women and
children were hurriedly put. Six of
those boats were smashed against tho
sides ol the Norge, and their helpless
inmates caught up by the heavy seas.
Two boat-loads got safely away from'
BRYAN TALKS ON THE OUTLOOK.
Nebraslcan Sees Little Hope for Judge
St. Louis, July 5.William Jennings
Bryan arrived at the Jefferson hoi el
shortly before noon, a nd from the mo
ment that he set foot in the hotel he
was an exceedingly busy man, his
callers being so many that he found it
difficult to obtain time for meals.
On the subject of tlu- platform Mr.
Bryan was noncommittal. "I have
hea rd talk,'-' he said, "of a gold plank
In the. platform. I am opposed to such
thing and I will not stand for it."
Regarding the presidential candi
date s. Mr. Bryan said:
"After conferences with a number of
delegates from various sections I am
satisfied that the opposition to Judge
Parker is sufficient to make his nom
nation highly improbable, if not im
possible. There has been no concen
tration upon any anti-Parker candi
date, but, two arguments are having
weight with the delegates. Among
the radical Democrats the feeling is
that the party nulst not be surrendered
into the hands of Wall street. The
influences back of the Parker candi
dacy are so intimately associated with
the trusts and great corporations that
the Democratic party..could not appeal
to the masses. The party cannot af
ford to entrust its future to the men
who were responsible for the party's
defeat in Ifino."
The second argument, Mr. Bryan
said, was that Judge Parker could not
winhe was a weak candidate.
Four Dangerously Injured.
Blooniington, 111.. July 5.By the
premature explosion of a cannon al
Colfax Leo Chapman. Roy Harris. Fred
Crending and Ralph Hester of thai
place wero-dangcrously and perhaps in
ne or two cases fatally injured. While
using a broomstick for a ramrod,
pounding it iu with a baseball bat,
the powder exploded, blowing pieces
of the ramrod into the bodies of the
Miners Stri ke for More
Two Harbors, Minn., July 5.The
miners and trammers employed at the
Rates mine near the village of Buhl
-have-made- demands for an increase, ol
pay from $1.75 to $2 a day a nd have
quit work in a body because of the re
fusal to grant the request. The strike
was inaugurated by the trammers and
the miners' went out in sympathy.
One Killed and Two.Injured. galseizcri-a-i
Orrville, O., July 5.While crossing head of the nearest
tho Wheeling and Lake Erie railroad the shooting
tracks in a buggy last evening Miss by one of the ln-i bul
Pauline Oilman was almost instantly QA to thfi floor. Kara
killed, and Miss Mary Huntsburger bar with a wound in
a nd Jacob Einher slightly injured. The The robbers Red fi
train that struck the buggy was the arrived,
first Wabash train fom St. Louis for
Formally Opens Traffic.
St. Louis, July 5.President J. Ram
sey Jr. ol the Wabash brought
p'-rsonsrailway consisting of
city otticials and represf^ntative citi
zens from Pittsburg, on the initial
train formally opening through traffic
between St.. Louis a nd Pittsburg.
BRIEF BITS OF NEWS.
The Bemidfi Daily Pioneer
BEM1DJI. MINNESOTA, "TUESDAY. JI"EY o. 100-1
NEARL 700 DROW N
Fearful Loss of Life as a Result of the Sinking
of the Steamer Norge.
Wreck Occurs on Lonely Isle Three Hundred
Miles Off Scottish Coast.
the side of the sinking ship a na ma in i gaspi ng and choking from the effect
of the emigrants, who were left on
board, seizing life belts, threw them- seething inferno and .iusi as she
selves into the seiv a nd were drownod.J 4i ew o\ay Lh Norge weTfl down.
Captain liuiidel. so say th :uiviv- The only hope for the missing io
ors. stood on ilie bridge of ih loomed that some Jew of th em might have
left Copenhagen June 22 with 800 souls vessel until it r. ul lie .seen no more. been washed uji on the bau.ii rock,
on board, struck a reef on the isle, ot I Hundreds Go Down With Ship. iK^i/^^^i.-lnv'^riorT' s. "vu"
Rockall, about 21H) miles off the west
o, The Norge Plundered suddenly and inu (he North Atlnntie give lvoekall as
coast ot I
about 100 persons having escaped with could swim tried to reach tin- beat
their lives so far as can be learned
Early on tlu. morning of htst Tues
day the Norge, which was out of her
course in heavy weather, ran onto the
liocka i-eei which in the distance! be got on the deck the. N
looks ntte a ship under full sail. The *?U submerged a nd was rapidly got
Norge was quickly backed olf. but the i $
OCRATS AT ST. LOUIS.
lowerin- the water. II .Ii mad
the boat away from the side of the
Norge. Seeing that the boai was al
ready overloaded the oflieor, with
groTTi heroism, jumped into the water
and tried to board another b'oai whb Ii
was not so full, lie failed and vras
In the sea by this time was a mass of
POPULISTS I N CONVENTION
FUTURE OF THE PARTY DEPENDS
LARGELY ON ACTION OF DEM-
gprlngfleld. 111., July 5 Thai the fu
ture of the t'opulisl party depends iu a
great measure upon the action of the
Doinocruth national orivent ion al St.
Louis is freely admit led and discussed
by the delegates to the Populist na- and enforci
tional convention, which was.called to
order at noon in the stale arsenal.
J^O leaders who are lieie believe
that a gold Democrat, like Parker or
Cleveland, will be nominated al Si.
Louis and W. I'ayaa v.ili leave the
Democratic party and (one into the
ranks of Populism. WHb irhn and his
friends supporting Populist principles
the delegates here think there would
be more hope lot the future.
On the other hand, if Mr Bryan and
his friends should control lb" St. Louis
convention or receive recognition
which would be satisfactory to the Nc
braska leader many of the leaders here i
say-there would be- HifcJe use for-thej
Populist parly to make a light this
The attendance is a disappointment i
to the leaders, there is also consider
able disappointment-" that some of the I
recognized leaders Ql LJJLJ party are
absent. Thomas K. Vinson of.ijeorgia,
mentioned as the probable candidate
for president, is among the absentees.
DEED OF HOLDUP MEN.
One Chicarjoan Killed and Another
Chicago, July One man was
killed and another pi ol.ably fatally
wounded by two holdup men who in
vaded a saloon in North Koiizle ave
nue. John Lane a stav" carpente r,
was shot through the heat! arid loll
-4t*a4_jj-i,muu-Uidu- the drioi Xln.-.. pruj.
prietor of the saloon, August Hagal,
was wounded in the rigtfi breast.
I^ine had stopped at the saloon lor a
drink. Ragal had served him and the
two were taHd-ftfe' when twOjoiiiig'-m^n
entered and called for drinks. .As the
glass es were set before then} they
drew revolvers and ordered the liquor
dealer am! bis patron to hold up their
.,|'a durintgo dav i.
J.-.i IIH'l 1 1.11 (I I
The Rock River cotton mills at the departme nt stale
Janesville Wis., were damaged $')". 26,006 prospective
by fire Monday. The fire was started ground at the presejjt time,
by a skyrocket.
The Comte de Jauvil le is dead at his Young and aryan Speak,
home in Patis. was a member of i St. Louis. July n. in spite of threat:
the Jock ey club and ad been mayor oLJ entcg tirondeT EWiw
of the Valailb s. in the department
i Bare, for forty years.
About 150 roller chair boys went on
a strike al the world's fair Monday.
They tiad asked the concessionaire em
ploying them to guarantee them at
I lea6t $1 a day, but were refused
TROOPS FOR BONESTEEL.
Four Companies of Cavalry Sent There
to Pteserve Order.
Wshing nthe Jul Oi rs wefeisr
band fotu- at tho rxi,
mission er Richards, that four troops oi
ravalryTrom Fort N'io'iuaia iK-ToTTered
at once to Bonesfcel, S. lre
serve order during tie opening of the
Reports from Bonesteei received at i Up
water. The boat lowed 1, .u
gianis xveio whi- berth as nos
thro wnm into thi water( oi drawn down
With the sinking ship. Those who I NEARLY 800
but those wore already tod full and Wrecked Steamer Carried 69 1 Steer-
their occupants beat off the drowning age Passengers,
wretches Willi oars. I Copenhagen. July Tho news ol
One of the survivors said thai
the disaster to
'lie water. 1, i
with fright the.fsurvivors all strug-, ribsible^xcitemehf here.
gled for places in I he boais. Yhey
l'ouglit their way to the big lifeboat
and an oliicer slowed in the six women
and the girl and then told the nn a to
The diUner (lieu took charge and got
)s hi lives, created iiule
The iirst jnessage reached lieie al
4 a. m. Crowds soon gathered aiioiu
the ollices ol Hie line, relatives ol
those on board (rauik.ally seeking for
More Soldiers of St. Petersburg Dis
trict to Be Mobilized.
SI. Petersburg. Jtflj .r
niei early In veiling, the Kn.-sians
being north of lki island. Ihe Japanese
south ol T'.u island They were ten
miles apart. The Russians bolted io
the northeast when they wen- discov-
ered by Vice Admiral Kamiinuia. The
latter chased them al full speed. The
Japanese torpedo boats sleaine-l ahead
within the range of tjj.e
Russian' guns. The Un is'luii vessels
vigorously shelled the Japan, -e lor
p'edo boats. This firing expJiTliiH the
cannonading heard on tsn island and
gave rise to Hie belie! that a general
engagement was in progress Vice
Admiral Kaniiinura gained on tb |lus
i siaii siiips and only live mile* In
the tear when suddenly, ai in.,
i all the Russian vessels extingiiishou
their lights and (IlHapjieared in the
darkness. At thaitime the .!:ipnne:e
I torpedo boril were pr^RsIng ihe Bus
siiins. who had been lining their
searchlights. The torpedo bonis failed
to get (lose enough io the Itus Ian
squ:idtan_to-disi liarge torpedoes.-
there was a
recrml' breaking crowd on the faire Kg,
grounds Monday. Th cere-1
monies were- held
Louisiana Puwbase nionuineiu. where
addresses were deiiv by Lafayette
Young, editor of the l-- Moines Caj
ital, and William J nmiibS Dryaa.
HIS LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE.
President Roosevelt Already at Work
on the Document.
Oyster Hay. N Y.. July Although
President Itoosevell will not be tio'i
rb tin- bar Ha
o:". WHS rii'-k i
i .mil i -f i-:,
Ii iiprrfhd the
the recent rhuao
July 27 he has ::ir-
on his lotto-
conta in a d.tsettastoii
events of Irs ailnivi!(
Views on the t'la
party at Chicago, ai
the important do tin
Messenger publishes a cull fill: :i fresh
mobili/alioii of troops in ihe district
of St. Petersburg. The call does not
I indicate how many men will bu af
RUSSIANS ELUDE KAMIMURA.
Vladivostok Squadron Got Away From
Tokio, July 5.- Tho Vladivostok
squadron eluded Vice Admiral Kainl
jnura's squadr on eastward ol the Island
of Tan Friday night in the darkness.
A drizzling rain and log iinuied ihe
Russian vessels. The two squadrons
DO IT NOW!
No charge for the Little Bank.
It is loaned to you FREE.
The first 11ilia voii jsi is lielf] a
a ffuaratitee tlml \TJII will return the lii
lit- Bank. However, this rTollar betongs
to yon. draws rnteresl ami am le uitlt
drawn by you am Liiiiu von H-iiiitt llie
little Bank. i
mittee in the canvpivigh.
F. A. ('hainbei lain, a h.n
chain. wiis shot i in In
1 larrisbtiri.'.. (i h.\ a in
l'.ar h. who i-: Hi,- ilhigo
and laially wounded TJie
said to have been uti pjw
liarsb. who a- arrested i
Of lyin long
I Norge off the wes i Seoilandr,
in which ovjji 7.(10 persons are reported
I at iO
tn auoi w.\ by the
nts use 1 bj the I
WISCONSIN MAN SUICIDES.
Fir st Lieutenant Garber Ends His Life
Honolulu. .Iiih Mi it I.ii-'tienam i
Gilfard S. ihiihor el tie funed grffTJ S
nrm i.uuiutued .-a twf Sund-.tv.
sliOQTthg biniselt through the iinu-eh. i
GaTber EfS HEbi Mi Kith seine .oin -j
panions He loft the i..ll. no.: note:
It no u] E '.IHI MI stop 3J inkim
Gnrhor's ai-romus are
home was al Madi-on. \Vfs
6evei-.il Persons Reporter) Drowned hi
Grand Rapids, Mb h., Jul} 5" Sev
eral --on- '.'lv b. en di ev, n' M'.e
cap-i inr. ol a terry boat ai Mu ui.
Daring Act Results in Death.
St. I outs. .Iu! t'.eorgo l.-.a\j j^nce,
tweiiiy oi.e yi ai old, limped fi oni. Uto
,outb side ol Kails' In nii: at the outer
span oh a dare. T-he ii.nl turned hitn
when he was within i'.\ini\ feffl of
the wai.-r. He --inn on hi stomai It
ami wiis tendered uni ons ion i. Pi rends
who went oul on a launch io pick him
up wen- unable rem him bi'foro ho
Went tIo\ ii an I he a: drow i d.
I. MEYER. & CO.,
High Art Clothiers.
1 Featherweight just the thing 1 featherweight just the thing
for summer wear much nicer
than a straw hat. The latest
blocks in black tan and pearl.
I. MEYER & CO..
Hifh Art Clothiers.
what you Save, not what you Earn, that makes Wealth."
Open a Savings BanK Account.
GET A HOME A N E E!
The Pioneer Prints
than any other news
paper between Dnluth
and Crookston. St- Paul
ana ili..- Nurtli Pole.
TEN CENTS PER WEEK
executive in i Ex Senator From Me \ork Posi
tive That Democrats Will
Says It Is Possible for the New
Vorker to Secure Xeces
St Louis. July -Whether or not
Senator Socman will be a candidate
for tlie IVrnocrafir nomination for
president was 111. subject discussed
at a i itifere'a of pnrrv loaders dur-
tng the morning.- A detlnite statement
I from the Maryland senator is looked
for within a few hours.
Two inipoTfiuil statements hearing
on the (lorinan simation came from
the New York delegation during tho
day. One, emanating from Parker
headquarters, was to the effect that
Senator Gorutnu'.s expected letter
woiiht say that he declined io be a
candida te and that already the Mary
bind delegation had received notice of
It. Senator Hill professed to know
nothing of ihis. Inn said
W know that we will nominate
Willi.un P. Sheehan. who is In
charge of the work of securing dele-
We have reason i believe that
-Senator (ionnnu will not be a candi
date and we already know that he will
hoi allow his name to be used in order
to Milidilv a minority sentiment
We have about 75 pairs of Men's
Dress Shoes in odd lots, worth
up to $3.50. Here is a snap for
you. Some Patent Leathers, Vici,
Cordavan and Box Calf.
Capital and Surplus, $30,000.
Bastings. 1'res. P. 1*. Sheldon. Vice-Pres.
A. 1'. White. Cashier.