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New Orleans, T,a., Oct. 27 A lonj?
dibtance telephone rues-age from
Nairn, La., 60 miles down the river,
announces that the liyht house tender
Magnolia, with President Roosevelt
on board, was in collision with the
?ruit steamer Esparta shortly after
midnight. .Both vessels are .'.jjround
at the river'-, bank. No one was seri
ously hurt. The president is safe and
uninjured. The light house tender
Ivy took the pi evident on board and
the voyage to tne Gulf oi Mexico was
resumed. PRES. ROOSEVEL
I N COLLISIO N
Light House Tender Carrying President
Collides With Fruit Steamer
Chief Executive Safe.
A statue of Field Marshal von' the indictment specifically set forth
Moltke, the gift of the army to the the duties -which the defendant failed
German people, was unveiled at Berlin to pertorm.
Thursday in the presence of Emperor I Counsel for Mr. Bailey, moved his
William, the imperial family, all the discharge from recognizance, which
great personages of state and many was allowed."
thousands of people. I
St. Louis, South
Shortest of all lines between the Twin Cities
and St. Louis.
Two daily trains with through sleepers afford a
seven hours' ride along the beautiful Mississippi.
Nothing like it, nothing half so interesting as
this 200-mile ride along the majestic river is seen
by passengers on other routes.
If you are going south it's Rock Island
everytime. Direct connection made in Union
Station at St. Louis for Hot Springs, Ark.
For tickets, time of trains and berth reservations,
call on or address
W.L. HATHAWAY, A.L.STEECE,
Dist.Pass. Agt, City Pass. Agt.,
322 Nicollet Ave., MINNEAPOLIS.
t. COA BARGAIN S
VOLUME 3. NUMBER 160. BEMIDJ1, MINNESOTA, FRIDAY
BAILEY CASE DISMISSED.
Indictment Against Peoria School Offi
Peoria, 111., Oct. 27.Judge Slem
mons, in the county court, has sus
tained the motion to quash the indict
ment against O. J. Bailey, chairman of
the finance committee of the school
board, lor malfeasance in office in per
mitting N. C. Dougherty to carry on
his alleged defalcations undisturbed.
The court held that neither the statute
creating the school board, nor any set
of rules and regulations at hand, nor
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Thursday Morning we
will put on sale 25
ladies' coats at 1-2 price
These coats are worth
from $5.00 to S25.00
and for service are well $
worth the money but
they are last. season's $
garments and we want
to close them out.
$5 Coats $2.50, $10.00
Coats $5.00, $15 Coats
$7.50, $20 Coats $10
$25 Coats $12.50.
0'Leary & Bowser.
We are showing the finest line of Fall
and Winter Coats in town,
TIEUP NOW COMPLETE
RUSSIA ISOLATED FROM REST
OF EUROPE AS RESULT OF
STRIKE Q,N RAILWAYS.
SITUATION IS DECIDEDLY MENACING
MILITARY INTERFERENCE. AND
BLOODSHED WILL FOLLOW
i RIOTS OR DISORDER.
Collisions between troops and strik
ers are reported to have occurred at-
At Ekaterinoslav a regular pitched
battle between the soldiers and strik
ers was fought and the city was left in
darkness. But as a rule the revolu-
The whole country is
alarmed and in St. Petersburbecoming an in
cipient panic prevails." The boats and
the Finnish trains, now the only means
of egress, are crowded with people
fleeing abroad. The situation here has
grown much worse over night. The
.ranks of the 40,000 workmen from the
mills and factories who joined the
strikers Wednesday were increased by
30,000 more during the morning. All
the employes of the port, 4,000 in num
ber, walked out and 12:000 other men
from the steel works left work in a
The inhabitants of St. Petersburg
awoke to find the capital resembling a
beleaguered city. The shops in the
Vasiliostrov district and in all the
suburbs are closed, windows are board
ed and barred and mounted patrols
are to be seen everywhere in the
streets. Except in the heart of the city
women and children are afraid to ven
ture out. Workmen are gathering at
all the places frequented in the days
of Father Gapon, but they are quiet
and the Cossacks have had no provo
cation to interfere. The general ap
All the St. Petersburg schools were
closed during the day and the children
were sent home with instructions not
to return until their parents think it
safe to do so.
Suffering Falls on the Poor.
The prices of food have gone up And
the supply pt beef is only sufficient tor
three Hays, but there are ample sup
plies of wheat and rye for two months.
The emperor and the court at Peterhof
are supplied by a warship from St.
Petersburg. All the families who can
afford it have hastened to lay in sup
plies and stand a siege. The suffering
falls the heaviest on the poor, who live
from hand to mouth. All the bakers
sold out their bread before noon. The
meat dealers have been ordered "by the
revolutionists not to deliver meat to
the troops under pain of death and
consequently the soldiers are living on
The great strike promises to delaj'
and possibly interrupt the negotiations
for the, new Russian loan. The inter
national bankers who are here do not
seem greatly disturbed by the situa
tion, although they are constantly in
receipt of threatening letters from the
revolutionists warning them that if
they contract a loan without the con
sent of the national assembly it will
be repudiated. Nevertheless, they are
not disposed to close with the govern
ment until the situation has cleared up.
By imperial order the garrison of St.
Petersburg has been placed under the'
command of General Trepoff, assistant
minister of the interior, who is held
responsible for the safety and order of
the capital. ,_~
Battleship Reported Destroyed^
London, Oct. 27.A dispatch to th:ev
Evening Standard from Odessa says it
is reported there from Cebastopol that
the Russian battleship Patelomin (for
merly the Kniaz Potemkine) has bees
destroyed by incendiariefe. WM^gM
RESIDENTS OF NEW ORLEANS RE-
i MEMBER PRESIDENT'S AID
I IN FEVER EPIDEMIC.
GIVEN SPLENDID WELCOME TO CITY
LINE OF M^RCH THROUGH PRIN-
CIPAL STREETS FILLED BY
St. Petersburg, Oct. 27.Russia is
practically isolateddirom the rest pi
the continent of Europe, as the inter
national train service on all the lines
has virtually ceased. The tieup in
the interior is more complete. The
only trains running are operated by
the railroad battalions.
The strike contagion is spreading
All classes of workmen are organizing
sympathetic strikes and industrial life
is coming to a standstill. The situa
tion cannot long continue. Either the
workmen will soon be starved into sub
mission or pillage, with military inter,
lerence and bloodshed on a large scale,
aie bound to follow.
At Moscow 600 cabmen have already
fought the strikers, whom they charge
with taking the bread out theii
mouths. In many cities, especially at
Moscow, the question ot food is becom went aboard Mayor Behrman, on be-1
ing extremely serious. ha io
New Orleahs, Oct. 27.Gratitude ^for
the immeasurable service he has ren
dered this city in its struggle against
the yellow fever epidemic was the
dominant note in the splendid
an a poL
tionar leaders are keeping their men
Communication by telegraph with
many interior points is interrupted. Verdict for Plaintiffs in International")
Panic at St. Petersburg. Power,Case.
I New York, Oct. 27.A verdict for!
the town is menacing.
^_^ na aAxra-nnaA +/-k 1 I
come which New Orleans extended to
President Roosevelt during the
Political differences were effaced and
past antagonisms forgotten in a spon
taneous demonstration of popular ap
preciation of the president's unfailing
Sympathy and practical help through
out the period of the fever's visitation.
The president's train reached the
Stuyvesant docks at 9 a. m., where the
commodious ocean going steamer Co
mus awaited him. On board the steam
er were 400 of the leading men and
women of tlfe city, representing the'
various committees connected with
the reception. When the president
extended a brief wel
se\eral places. ident Sanders olfhthme ProgressivPres-1i
andc ay0 an-
where heo hadin-!
untt too himt the features
water front.g alon
LEITER LOSES STOCK SUIT.
80j2 41 against Joseph Leiter, Joseph^
H. Hoadley and Cyrus F. Judson was
during the day returned by a jury in)
the supreme court in a suit brought}
against these three defendants by
William H. Franklin and George I.
Scott. The pikm^iffs claimed that as
meirfbers of the firm of Franklin, Scott
& Co. in April, 1902, they lost $65,80G(
by carrying stock for a pool in the
International Power company stock
which included Messrs. Judson, .Leitei
and Hoadley. They sued for recovery
of the full amount, with interest, which:
the jury granted.
hao advanced 10 to 15n pe pound
COSSACKS ATTACK WORKMEN.
Hundred Persons Reported Wounded
at St. Petersburg.
London, Oct. 27.A dispateh to a
f^ws agency from St. Petersburg says
that two squadrons of Cossacks at
tacked 7,000 workmen who were hold
a meeting at the Nevski works.
About 100 workmen, it is reported,
were wounded and seven Cossacks
were injured bv stones., t.
TEN CENTS PER
Supreme Court Refuses to Grant New
Trial to Convicted Mirderer of
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murderer oj Heine Lun-
deen at Elk River, must hang. The
supreme court refused to grant hitoa
new trial. The governor must now
fix the date for tjhe hanging, which was
deferred from Aug.^Bon account of
the appeals to the supreme court.
Th* sultan of Morocco has accepted
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