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VOLUME 2. NUMBER 68.
to to $ to to
1 Bengal Strawberries, Red Taj? price
5 Blueberries, B(l Tag price
All Ladies* Tailor-Made Suits,
to Ladies' and Misses' Rain Coats, and
to about 50 Ladies' Lawn, Net and
jg Sateen Shirt Waists go at HAL
to PRICE this week.
i O'Leary & Bowser
i Red Tag Salei
5 This sale will be the sale of the season,
Commencing Thursday. July 7 Ending Saturday, July 23.
Here is where you will get bargains that are bar-
gains. Not old goods that have seen better days, but
new and up-to-date goods. Everything that has a Red
Tag on will be marked away down look for the Red
Tag, compare it with other so-called bargains and you
5 will see that Bargains at McCuaig's Red Tag Sale are 5
SURE ENOUGH BARGAINS.5
Hemember the dates of the Red Tag Sale:
July 7 to July 23.
One piece Wool Voil. 40 inches wide champaign color $1.10 Red Tag price. 98c
Two pieces Novelty, blue and brown mixed 40 inches wideTall wool, worth 90c
Red Tag price, per yard 75
Two pieces brown and tan Cashmere 38 inches wide worth oGc Red Tag price 47c
One lot Fancy Silks, short lengths. They have the Red Tag on.
One piece only, Bleached Table Linen, l^ipgllsrWH^^
Red Tag price
Two pieces Turkey Red Table Linen will not fade Worth 00c Red Tag marked 50c
Ladies' Vests.Come and see them all on one table with a big Red Tag.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear all prices, great bargains.
Every Belt in stock has a Red Tag that means a bargain.
Shoes, Shoes.See them with the Red Tag on.
Even our Remnants have a Red Tag.
Shirt Waists.Every one has a lied Tag.
5c, lOc and 15c
Subscribe for the Daily Pioneer
Sweet Corn, Red ap price.
Good Luck Soap, \'2 bars..
Cabinet Soap, 8 bars
See the display of Canned Goods at Red Tag Prices.
Yours for the Red Tag Sale,
Wm. McCuaig Wm. McCuaig
.lOc- .156 S
STRUCK A TRAIN.
Two Boys Are Killed and a Girl Fa
Sioux Falls, -S.--D.,-July~8.An in
coming St. Paul passenger train on
the Omaha road, when about one mile
east of Brandon, ran down a rig in
which three children were riding, in
stantly killing two of the children,
boys aged about eight and ten, and
fatally injuring the other child, a girl
aged about twelve years. They were
the childien of Lewis Skogue and
Were returning from a visit to neigh
bors when they drove in front of the
The rig in which the three unfor
tunates were riding was reduced to
kindling wood and both frbTBBS killed.
BALFOUR DENIED A HEARING.
British Premier Shouted Down in the
House of Commons.
London, July 8.In the house of com
mons last niKht, the government suc
ceeded in carrying through the first
part of its closure programme on the
licensing bill, but Premier Balfour was
denied a hearing, his frequent at
tempts to speak being drovned by
loud cries of "gag." Finally Mr. Bal
four, after hopelessly facing the tu
mult, sat down.
This is said to be the first time in a
modern British parliament when th*
premier was refused a hearing on the
floor of the house of commons.
Believed to Have Suicided.
New York. July 8.Alexander
Fischer, an importer of automobiles,
was found dead in his home at the
residence of Dr. David D. Stevens, a
United States surgeon with whom he
lived. A bullet wound in his head and
a revolver clenched in his hand led
to iftf= teertefthat the man had com
The Bemidji Daily Pioneer
BEMIDJI. MINNESOTA. FRIDAY. .HLY S. 1904.
RUSSIANS COMPELLED TO FALL BACK
MAKE A DESPERATE RESISTANCE
AND INFLICT GREAT LOSS
ON THE ENEMY.
PLANS OF THE JAPANESE A MYSTERY
FORCE CONSISTS OF BRIGADE OF
INFANTRY WITH MASSES
tain crests earlv this mornli.R and ad
vaneed on Kaichon, compelHnp Ceii
eral Chirikoff. with the center of the
Russian vanguard, to fall hack. A
whole brigade of Japanese with mass
es of cavalry, followed and occupied
the village of Nanfay. driving out' two
companies of Russian infantry and
two companies of Cossacks, who weie
entrenched there. The Japanese ar
rived within five miles of Kaichon.
It was then nightfall.
General Samsonoli made" an heroic
attempt to chock the Japanese, gal
loping out with guns to shell the Jap
anese left and inflicting gnat loss on
them hut. fearing his retreat would
be cut off. he fell hack and is now hold
ing Kaichon. General Chirlkoff-s force
is-stationed southeast of Kaiehou.
The plans of the Japanese remain a
mystery to the Russian commanders.
JAPS LOSE ONE THOUSAND
SEVERE FIGHTING SAID TO HAVE
OCCURRED IN THE VICINITY
London, July 8.The Central New
reports a'fight between Russian troops
force of Japanese neat l.antyasan.
The Russians made a sudden attack
in the daikn'ess and .during a heavy
downpour of rain on the Japanese out
The Japanese casualties are report
ed to be l,i)0o.
Strong Japanese reinforcements
came to the aid of the Japanese, but
were twice repulsed Finally the Jap
anese made a (lank movement and
the Russians narrowly escaped being
surrounded. Russian reinforcemems
came up and the ./.at forces were
enabled to retire. The Russian cas
ualties were 500.
Another report of a battle in which
the Russians were commanded by
General Keller is at hand. It is ap
parently the same fight, The Russian
casualties in this second rep'ort are
given as 13 officers and 300 men killed
PRESS REPORTS CONFUSING.
No Further Fighting in the Vicinity of
St. Peiersbuig, Julj There is
much contusion in Ue newspaper re
ports from l.iaoyang. which maj pos
sibly be iice.iuni'-d ioi by '.he absence
of Lieutenant General Sakliaroff, com
mander at the East* rn army, and Gen
eral Kuropatkin and hi staff, who are
with the Southern ai my.
The correspondents perhaps by de
sign, have been given free rein will)
the remit that a ma-. OT connTctlng
reports have been publisiied. There
are a dozen ve-ision- ol Lieutenant
General Count KelleTfl i- onnalBflaiRJe
iu force,- whi.-li-rc-ytfh-ed in iwo*ftgWa
July -I, one at Ekhavuan and the other
at Mahoumiz/a, wesl the line be
tween Maotien and Fenshul passes.
The dispaieh of the i.ndon Daily Tel
egraph from .Liabyang, announcing
that a batth-'was proceeding twenty
five miles from there, probably refers
to this ngh'iim.
At the DTesent lime the Japanese
main forces are on the Smyen-iiai
cheng and Kai.hou-T.o hekiao roads,
at Vandfapudze and Shikalioiiya, re
sperti^^ly tiiiity-seven miles from
liaicheng and fifty miles from Tatche
kiao and KafcEon
Democratic Resolutions Com
mittee Will Not Report
Until Eight O'clock.
St. Louis July S.~The Demoeratk' sent won! that they would lie ready to
national convention did not meet nil-J report at
til 10:18 this morning, a* the commit-| convention adjourned to meet at that
tee on resolutions were not ready to hour. The committee has practically
report. The convention was enter- i completedithiM.rafliii!,' of the platform,
tained by a baud and a speoch by but it contains no financial plank, as
Lieutenant llobson. of Santiago fame, the grold plank of the sub committee
At 11:48 the resolutions committee has been killed by the full committee.
JAPS NEAR1NG KMCHOU
SWARM OVER MOUNTAIN CRESTS
AND ADVANCE WITHIN, FIVE
MILES OF TOWN.
o'clock tonight and the
MANY ARE HOMELESS
HIGH WATER CAUSING GREAT
DAMAGE IN A NUMBER OF
CITIES IN KANSAS.
KAW AND ITS TRIBUTARIES RA6IN6
HUNDREDS OF RESIDENTS OF
LOWLANDS COMPELLED TO
FLEE FOR SAFETY.
Kansas Oily. July R. -One half of
Arniounlale, the paaUinghons'e town in
the suburbs on tho Kansas side, is un
der water from the overflow ol tin
Kaw river. The water is still rlsliiR
at a rapid rate and conditions ap
proaching the tfrent flood ol" l!dV! are
feared. The stage of the river Is
higher than at any time sincKe then:ssl
The lowlandKof Argentine"and ftose
dale."oll ei' saieurhs, also arc, tl led
tatcheklao, Wednesday. .Ti.lv (5.- H, laborinng p.ci.nle havo
The Japanese swarmed over the,noun-
bank full and is dohig great damage
at North Toneka, Lawrence and tit
other points and its tributaries are
rising. There has been almost inces
sant rain in this part of the South
west for live days and tot a mouth
past heavy rains have fallen inter
mittently. This great volume of water
is coming .this way, doing greal dam
age in itErcourse, ami it is feared that
many of the s. enes of devastation ol
last year may be repeated, at. least in
a milder way.
All night a steady downpour of rain
fell here and in many parts of Kansas
and it still continues.
Families in Lowlands Evicted.
Jl'he first break in the Kaw .ante at
Arinourdale at midnight when water
began running through a large dike
built arross a now channel made by
the Hood ket year. Fain I lies In tie
lowlands lagan lo movo and late:.
when breaks appeared at three either
places, there was a general moveim-ni
toward higher ground. Morning found
llie water .still on the rise and giad
uall.v spreading over tin- town until
one -half ol the place was" under from
one to live feet of water.
Railway I rathe west of here (H badly
Over ,uuu people lied from Armour
dale, many of whom were forced to
leave their belonging:-!. Communica
tion between Armotirdaie and Argen
tine-is shut off except by boat and
only a few boats are ln.-int:u- i ht
"'cause of the swift ciTneiiT
IV charge for the Little Bank.
It is loaned to you FREE.
The first, dollar vou tloposil is heW as
a rrtmraiilt'c that vmi will retrirn the lit
tle laiik IIu\Vf\(T. this dullar IH-IOIIUS
to you, draws interest and can be with
drawn hv yoii anv time yon n'tnni the
A Vile Disease
Contagions Block! Poison lias wrecked more lives and
caused mnre lilfeefy-awl S&ffiecllVg than all other diseases
coiu!'iiud. Some are iiuhmd tnat it lightly, hut these
soon k-.irn tli.it they Have to dv.il with a powerful poison
that is slowly but .surely breakJSi:r down the constitution.
Contagious Bipod Poison not only metes out punishment
to the one who contracts it. but others may become inno
cent victims of tins vile ds-
INDORSE PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT.
Negroes Declare Their 'Interests Are
Safe in His Hands.
St. !.finis. .July 8 After* nominating
two |i"i ions fot pi'eSidcul "t I ho
I'liiled States, fioth of whom declined
lo accept. Illil convention ol' III.' \a-
tlonal Libertj pajty, an orguiiz!illo
of negroes, v, hi- 11 couvc-ii.'d here
dtirint- the day, decided to Indorse tie'
candidacy of 1'rosidenl ROOHCVOU. lie-
clarJng lint lie Is ''the
Hie ffegro" and i hat i lie
ests will be stiTc in Ills hand
HE MAD MULLAH IS BUSY.
Attacks Somalis and Kills Fifty of the
iiiK fitly, levying on the natives
friendly i,n the..liiiti.il and looting
snot down iweiity of the Mullah's nieli.
& 0 4 0 & O O 0 i'!t $999##
"It is what you Save, not what you iiarn, that makes Wealth."
DO IT NOW! TODAY!
Open a Savings Bank Account.
& @000f^00^0^$^^ &0&"
ease through rnhentancc. it nant tvvm otchmnir blood
vour blood is tinted Volt in.iv vwrlout other remedies without frettin0gi anybon-.,nam
eflt, I wim induced by a friend who wee cured ot
live to See your elul'lt'ti h.tl- constitutional blood trouble, to take B. 8. 8. A
tl?Mcr with the sunt'disc ise few bottles cured me permanently. I alio oon-
puny and SlCklV. mau.e ltU.ser- tukinfr It my weight increased end my health
able h'v distruslinir sores atl'l improved in every way. 8. A. WRIGHT,
arm .us...usu.i,, err
skin eruptions. I noer the
mercury and potash ti .itiiunt all signs of infection may disappear, but leave
otT these minerals and von soon find out the poison is still alive and you are
just as bad otT as ever' S. S. S. is the only antidote for Contagious Blood
l'oisoii.. It destroys the vims completely without
injuring the system.' I is a vegetable remedy, and
we offer #1,000 for proof that it contains a single
mineral ingredient. S. S.VS. not only works the poison
out of the blood thoroughly, but restores vigor and
strength to all parts of the system.
Write for our special Look on Contagious Blood Poison, describing the
different stages and symptoms and containing much other interesting infor-
mation about this must despicable of all diseases.
A 5 I 1) S|
He (jvc HiTw o/nn hoi/ amf HceiiJuff.
A nmn hi atfrinhnn-r at all time ft.
Come and see our
You can clioosr lVoin a car lot. Finest lino
t'\or shipped into Northern Minnesota.
..LIEN0 WAL FINISH..
VV handle it in hulk you do not have to
nay a hi'-!' pifo'o Cor wortliloss }aokages hut
goi full vveight: All colors", Sc per pound in-
2o ind 50-pGUnd lots, 7c per potnnl.
Why not, trade where you can get the most, for your money?
.nos, -^-^W. C. JONES.
fie fii' tel of
London.- July The hailr Mail's day Indianapolis. From there ho
Aden cot respondent, under date ofjand his party will go to Dayton, O.,
July li. says that tlte Mad Mullah's and then to Chicago,
forces have aiia!,e the Somali I.ill
aboot 1.000 sliee|) and F.d cattle. They jbti'rned|,li(.|was-t have iiee hel In
tlieii retin-d. iinr:-.ii.-.| by iil.oimui^.v,tui
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BRIEF BITS OF NEWS.
A ui like of Havana harbor workers
was inaugurated Thursday. The tie
up Is complete.
Frank I loll man, under arrest at
Walla Walla. Wash., for the runnier
of Clarence Myers In Kansas City, has
Justice Oavan I). !hin,ress
m| a fonditloi
T|l( Ul a
Missouri supreme court has suffered
a.stroke of paralysis and la In a stri
Four Filipino students who ap
plied lor admission to the Uupont
Manual Training high school, at Louis
ville, K.V have been debarred ou ac
oiint id' their color.
After a (en days' stay in St. Louis
Cardinal Satolli loft that city Thura-
DKMdlng of the stock
iho Northern Pacific rail
a( ]j 0U
First National Bank, 5
Capital and SnrpliLs, $30,000.
C. W. Har-thi}:--, l'res. F. l\ Sheldon, Vice-Pres.
A. 1'. White. Cashier.
|'nu,.M,|fl-y"-i r,n7^,TR-r."takens rpmeni for one week wa