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Will Do it.
VOLUME 2. NUMBER 176.
If you buy that election
hat here, you'll get the
BIBB GIVEN UNDER STRESS OF FEAR.
Boy's False Testimony Convicts Father
Chicago, Mov. 12. Apparently
straightforward testimony from a boy
convicting his own father of murder
had a remarkable sequel during the
day in the discharge of the alleged
murderer, Jolm Wiltrax. The boy,
when taken from the influence of the
police, repudiated the testimony given
in court and stated that his accusa
tions against his father were made
under stress of fear. The reversal of
the boy's testimony was due largely to
the intervention of Peter Van Vlissin
gen, a wealthy Chicagoan, who be
came convinced that the case against
the father was groundless.
ENDS IN A DOUBLE TRAGEDY.
Husband and Wife Suicide After a
New York, Nov. 12.Because her
husband had reproved her, Mrs. Kath
erine Green is dead at her own hands
in Brooklyn, while the husband is
dangerously wounded in a hospital,
having shot himself when he saw the
result of his words with his wife.
George Green had criticised his wife
for going out walking with another
man, and without saying a word, she
shot herself through the heart. Over
come with horror, the husband picked
up the same revolver and shot himself.
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Three Great Drives in
Men's Wool Underwear.
One case of Men's heavy
wool plush back shirts and
drawers, a garment $1.00
One case of men's tan
all-wool shirts and drawers
plush back a nice, soft
garment each $1.25
l|||f One case of men's heavy
all-wool artic imderwear,a garment $1.50
Dress Goods.At 39c a yard we of
fer a large assortment of short ends in
50c and 60c Dress Goods.
a $ $ $
& & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & &
I The Great
CL0SI N TSALE
Is Still Goin On
Ou tremendous cut in prices is
reducing our stock of Clothing,
Gents' Furnishings, HatsandShoes
very rapidly. While our stock is
still complete it will pay the peo-
ple of Bemidji and vicinity to
take advantage of this Great
Sensational Report by American Now
Milwaukee, Nov. 12.An Evening
Wisconsin special from Beloit says:
Sensational in the extreme are the
reports sent from Peking by Charles
F. Gammon jof the American Bible so
ciety of another threatening Boxer up
rising in China. Mr. Gammon says
that a second Boxer outbreak is inev
itable and states in a letter to his
father, E. M. Gammon of this city, that
United States Minister Conger is alive
to the danger and has notified the Chi
nese officials that unless the move
ment is suppressed at once he will
request United States troops to be sent
Two Illinois Miners Killed.
Springfield, 111., Nov. 12.By an ex
plosion in the mine of the Peabody
Coal company at Sherman, near here,
a warehouse and tipple were destroyed
and two miners, James McGee and An
ton Meruscha, were killed. None of
the other 500 miners in the mine at
the time were injured.
Severe Earthquake in Chile.
New York, Nov. 12.Severe earth
quakes have been felt in the northern
provinces, says a Herald dispatch from
Valparaiso de Chile. Many houses
were damaged in Tacna and Arica.
In Negriress several houses were
thrown down. Four men were injured
by falling walls* A
McGee Underskirts.These Shirts
are made with an adjustable yoke, are
perfect fitters and cost no more than the
old fashioned kind with the draw strings
Prices from $1.00 to $3.50
Ladies' Shopping Bags.We have
received a large shipment of Ladies' Bags
for the holiday trade they are made in
the new styles and out of the new leath
ers now so much in vogue.
Men's Overcoats.We are showing
the new long belted coat in English mix
tures at from $15.00 to $22.50 each
Men's medium length coats, $10 to $25
Garments we can recommend
othing Store S
TAGGART WILL NOT RESIGN.
intends to Continue as Chairman of
New York, Nov. 12.Thomas Tag
gait, chairman of the Democratic com
mittee, has no intention of resigning
his post, according to a statement
made during the day. Mr. Taggait
said the utmost harmony existed
among the members of the committee
and that they see no necessity for re
organization of the party. He has no
excuse to offer for the overwhelming
defeat of the Democratic national
ticket and believes this is no time to
consider either candidates or policy
for the campaign four years hence.
"I have returned to New York the
same as I left it, a Democrat," he
said. "No man, no policy nor any
platform would have stopped the cy
clone of Roosevelt. There is no'ac
counting for cyclones. Neither party
had expected it, nor did either have a
line on it.
"The utmost harmony exists among
the members of the committee and
there is no. need for reorganization.
There are no heartburnings, no recrim
inations, excepting the general regret
for the defeat of our candidate. I
have no intention of resigning. The
national headquarters will be at In
dianapolis. It's" too early yet to talk
politics and policies and presidential
possibilities of four years hen^e."
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BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1904.
Bemidji aily Pichrfeer
LEARY & BOWSER
Ladies' Fur Coats.
Coats $25, $35, $45
Coats $50 and $55
Ladies' Near Seal
Coats, a nice piece of
fur lined with Skin
ner's satin at $37.50
We take orders for
Ladies' Otter and Seal
Coats our prices will
be..25 per cent less
than peddlers ask and
our guarantee goes
with every garment.
WA WIL GONTINU E
RUSSIA REJECTS IDEA OF SUB-
MITTING EASTERN DISPUTE
ONLY ONE PQSSi&tlTY OF PEACE
JAPAN MUST ACCEPT LESS THAN
SHE ASKED BEFOR'E HOS-
St. Petersburg, Nov. 12.Referring
to the British foreign minister's arbi
tration suggestion anent the Far East
ern war a prominent official of the for
eign office expressed the opinion to the
Associated Press that such an offer,
coming .frpm Japan, c-puld. not possibly
"Such "a controversy," he said, "can
not be arbitrated. The idea is not
worth considering. We believe the
war has reached the turn of the tide
and it must go on. The only possibil
ity of peace now, in my opinion, would
be on the basis of a proposition sub
mitted to Russia by Japan offering to
accept less than she demanded before
hostilities-opened. As it is inconceiv
able that Japan at this juncture is
prepared to offer such terms I see no
chance of ending the war."
Paris dispatches published here say
that the French government expressly
excluded the intention of intervening
when it proposed its good offices for
the settlement of the North sea dis
ESSENTIAL BASIS OF PEACE
JAPAN WILL AGREE TO EVAC-
UATE MANCHURIA IF RUS-
SIA DOES LIKEWISE.
London, Nov. 12.The dispatch of
the Associated Press from Washington
confirming the statement made in
these dispatches that Japan had indi
cated her willingness to entertain
peace suggestions from President
Roosevelt or King Edward created
much interest here. Baron Hayashi,
the Japanese minister, said:
"After the fall of Port Arthur Japan
would, I believe, be ready to treat for
peace on no higher essential basis than
that Russia should evacuate Manchu
ria, Japan also agreeing to a similar
evacuation. The two great difficulties
in the way of any suggestion of peace
are, first, the apparent opposition of
Emperor Nicholas' present advisers to
a settlement of any kind second, the
preservation of Russian prestige.
When a nation's prestige, if not gone,
Is severely impaired it is a difficult
matter, even with the best of inten
tions, to preserve it."
The Associated Press learns that
Queen Alexandra has been in constant
communication with the dowager em
press of Russia and Emperor Nicholas
himself during the last few days. This
is interpreted here as a hopeiul sign
and as possibly likely to lead, though
not in the immediate future, to the
establishment of some modus yivendi
whereby steps looking to arbitration
might be initiated without offense to
The reiteration of the American
state department's determination not
to intervene except on requests from
both of the belligerents tallies with
the official attitude of the British gov
ernment, but it is thought that beiore
long some method^ may privately be
devised whereby this diplomatic bar
rier to action will be overcome.
Baron Hayashi has no news from
Port Arthur and discredits the rumors
of its capitulation. W4&?
Russians Do Not Expect Japs to At
Mukden, Nov. 12.There was a
heavy exchange of artillery fire Thurs
day at the Russian right center. The
Russian batteries began shelling the
Japanese trenches and the Japanese
During the night Russian volunteers
dislodged a detachment of Japanese
infantry from trenches in front ot
Lone Tree hill.
Special Bargains in Children's Shoes.
We are overstocked in Children's high
grade Shoes and to reduce the stock we
are willing to give our customers the
greater part of our profit.
One lot of Children's vici kid Good
year welt Shoes will be sold this week at
per pair $1.75
One lot Misses' fine box calf Goodyear
welt shoes will be sold at per pair $2.00
AN APPEAL FOR TROOPS
REIGN OF TERROR AT MONTGOM-
ERY, W. VA., BECAUSE OF RE-
POSSE SEARCHING THE MOUNTAINS
IF RESISTANCE IS OFFERED BV
MOB THE MILITIA WILL BE
Charleston, W. Va., Nov. 12.--AS the
result of the killing of Constable Wal
ter Jackson in Montgomery by Police
man Elliott on Wednesday and ths
subsequent capture of the town by the
four brothers of Jackson at the heaJ
of about'f orty* of their friends a reign
of terror exists there. The mayor
being helpless, appealed to Sherii'i
When Sheriff Daniels* and John Roll
were killed by Ed Jackson the saloon
were at once closed and Governoi
White was asked to send troops.
The governor replied- he would hold
troops in readiness, but advised form
ing a large posse. If the posse should
meet with serious resistance troops
will be sent to their relief. The Jack
son followers escaped to mountain
strongholds with which they are famil
Ernest and Robert Jackson were ar
rested and brought to this city by Dep
uty Sheriff Davis and others. They
were jailed here. A posse,
Marshal Harrison B. Ash of Thurmun.1,ybdheade
is scouring the mountains near Mont
gomery. Two bloodhounds arrived
from Dayton, O., and they were placet!
on the trail. The officials in Mont
gomery fear further trouble, as senti
ment against the slayer of Daniels is
very strong. Before the murder of
Daniels the sentiment was with the
Jacksons, against Policeman Elliott.
The excitement for miles around
Montgomery is intense because of the"
trouble expected after the capture of
Jackson. Deputy sheriffs are being
sworn in from adjacent counties rap
idly and hastened to the posse to pre
vent lynching or any violence if Jack
son is taken alive and also to prevent
any attempt of Jackson's friends to
rescue the prisoner.
MYSTERIOUS TRIPLE MURDER.
Family of Wealthy Broker Killed and
Auburn, Cal., Nov. 12.A horrible
triple murder was committed at the
home of Julius Weber, a wealthy
broker and society leader.
His wife and pretty nineteen-year
old daughter Bertha and son Paul were
the victims. The former two were
found with bullet wounds in their
breasts, while the latter, cut and
slashed with a keen instrument,!
rushed into the arms ~of a rescuer, dy-1
ing a few moments later.
The father has not been seen. It is
thought his body may be in the ruins
of the house, which was set on fire,
evidently in the hope of hiding the
Neighbors discovered the fire in the
evening, ran in and found Mrs. Weber
dying on the floor. Paul was badly
burned and died a few moments after
being carried out. Bertha was found
burned beyond recognition.
Officers think it was the work of a I
madman. There were no evidences of i
Partially Recovered Soldiers Removed
TiM$l'-^ From Hospitals.
St. Petersburg, Nov. 12.Intense
misery has been caused to the vast
number of wounded soldiers at Harbin
by the pressing necessity at various
times for the complete evacuation of
the hospitals to make room for new
The wounded, insufficiently clothed,
miserably fed and without proper at
tendance, have been dispatched in
trains along the Siberian railroad.
The journeys often last for weeks, the
trains being kept on sidings some
times for days at a time.
French Neutrality Discussed.'
Paris, Nov. 12.The Japanese min
ister, Dr. Motono, had a lengthy con
ference with. Foreign Minister Del
casse relative,.to the observance of**
neutrality, particularly in recoaling
the Russian second Pacific squadron
at Madagascar and other French pos
sessions. It is understood that a sat
isfactory understanding was reached.
Uf Dates to Remember: (fl
Straw's Shoe Store
Ladies' $5 patent colt and fine vici kid, turns and welts, at
Ladies' $4 patent colt and vici kid, turns and welts, at..
Ladies' $3.50 vici and velour calf, turus and wells, at.
Any $3 Shoes at.
Any $2.50 Shoes at.
Any $2 25 Shoes at.
Gent's $5 patent leather, any style at.
Gent's $4 vici kid, velour and box calf at.
Gent's $3.50 vici kid, velour and box calf blucher and
straight lace at.
Here is one of our staple lines in black Russian calf: leath
er lined, double sole, Goodyear welt sizes broken .$3 50: at..
Gent's $3 vici, box and velour calf single or double sole at..
Gent's $2.25 vici and kangaroo calf at.
i|jl Gent's $2 kangaroo calf at
C. W-. Hastings, President.
V|j REMEMBER. This is clean, fresh, new Stock *ji
ill Swedback Block Phone 89 403 Beltrami Avenue (f|l
DR. F. E. BRINKMAN,
IT IS TIME!
OFFICE HOURS: 10 a. m. to Noon, and I to 5:30 p. m.
Are Chirbpraotlo Adjustments the same a^s Osteopath Treatments?
No. The Chiropractic and the Osteopath both aim to put in place
that which is out of place, to right that which is wrong but the Path-
ology Diagnosis, Prognosis and Movements are entirely different.
One of my patients, Mr. W. A. Casler, has taken both Chiropractic
and Osteopoth treatments. The Chiropractic i^ ten times more direct
in the adjustments and the results getting health ten times more thor-
ough in one tenth of the time than an Osteopath would.
to buy that watch. Before selecting Don't fail to view my line
which is one of the most complete ever displayed in this city
High Grade Artistic Designs
in Cut Glass, Hand Painted China and Silverware, going at
prices that are as low as Good Goods can be sold. We are pre-
pared to do fine Watch Repairing. Jewelery cleaned and repaired
and made over in new designs. Engraving done in the latest de-
signs. Any article purchased of us will be engraved free of charge.
George T. Baker & Co,
Located in City Drug Store.
,.,F. P. Sheldon, Vice-Pres
Jf First National Bank,
The Pioneer Prints
than any other news
paper between Dulutb
and Crookstun. St- Paul
and the North Pole.
TEN CENTS PER WEEK
Bring your mill checks
to us Ne
and we will cash them
We are showing a full line of
this popular Underwear com
bination and two-piece suits
from $1.00 to $3.00 a suit
Children's Hats.This week we will $
close out pur Children's 75c Hats at 19c
November 5,7,8,9,10,11,12! 1
Now Come the Real Bargains a.t
3.25 3. 00
3.25 3.00 2.6 2.40 1.9tt 1.65
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