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title: 'The Bemidji daily pioneer. (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, December 12, 1907, Image 1',
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County Vuditor Wilmann has
finished the work of making the
November settlement, and the
amounts as apportioned to the sev
eral funds are as follows
State re\enue $ 1,417 68
school 1,173 17
County revenue... 4,651.99
poor 1,798 05
road and bridge 1,448.42
DISTRIBUTING FUNDS OF
Townships, Cities and Villages Get a Total of $8,777.00.
School Districts Will Be Enriched to the Extent of
$13,005.13. Tax Collections Good.
SCHOOL DISTRICT FUNDS.
$ 13 18
40. 41. 42.
43. 46. 47.
48. 49. 50. 51.
56.. 57.. 58.,
64.. 65.. 66.. 67.. 69.. 70..
County general school
1 o\\ and village
CITY OF BEMIDJI
Bonds $ 704.91|
Permanent improvement 939.88
State loan 375.95
Sewer 954 33
Health 5 62
BEMIDJI SCHOOL DISTRICT
1 mill tax $ 248 86
School house 116.12
bonds 752 44
State loan 1 37
.67 71. 72.
81. 82. 83. 84.
85. 87. 88.
92. 93 94. 95. 96..
100.. 101.. 102. 104.. 105.. 106.. 107..
CITIES, TOWVSHIPS AND
City of Bemid ji
Village of Blackduck.
Township Township Township Township Township
Township Township Township Township Township Township Township Township
Township Township Township Township Township
13. 14. 15.
20. 21. 22. 24. 26. 27.
of Grant Valley
A Choice ^ro
A Complete &s&ii
VOLUME 5. NUMBER 200. BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 12, 1907.
38.93 14 64
most reliable mai ufacturers.
assurance of high quality
and honest worth in every
asLortment, assuring satis
factory selections i all cases.
conformity with actual value.
THE SPLENDID STOCK OF THE SEASON
Altogether the most desirable line of Holiday Goods, insuring an easy selec-
tion of appropriate gifts for oli or young. We shall deem it a privilege to
show you these attractions.
WHEN YOU SEE THEM YOUR JUDGMENT WILL TELL YOU WHAT TO DO
E. A. Barker, Jeweler
BARKER'S DRUG STORE
Township of Lakewood 8.18
Township of Lammers 102.09
Township of Lee 1.90
Township of Moose Lake 62.01
Township of McDougald. 9.90
Township of Maple Ridge 90.16
Township of Northern. 191.63
Township of Nebish 1.17
Township of Port Hope. 320.56
Township of Quiring 26.72
Township of Roosevelt... 24.81
Township of Summit 210.35
Township of Spooner.... 58,69
Township of Spruce Grove 8 04
Township of Shotley 31.64
Township of Turtle River 666.48
Township of Turtle Lake 295.13
Township of Taylor 192.32
Township ofWabanaca 12.22
Township of Walhalla .26
Township of Bear Creek .45
Township of Copley... 6.07
Township of Dudley.... 73.96
Township of Eddy 7 79
Township of Hoist 171.70
Township of Leon 25.29
Township of Moose 1.89
Township of Popple 14.13
Township of Sinclair 81.34
Township of Shevlin.... 1.46
STUTTZ NEW YORK GO.
HERE FOR THREE NIGHTS
Will Open in "Was She to Blame"
Tuesday Night.Comes Well
The mangement of the City Opera
House announces the engagement
here for three nights next week
(Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day) of the Stuttz New York Thea
ter Company, embracing a company
of capable artists, headed by T. G.
Sjtuttz and Aggie Marion Stuttz,
two talented people, who are well
known in the east.
The bill for the opening night
will be "Was She to Blame," a very
strong drama, with capable cast.
The following are few of the
many excellent press notices
which have been given the com
"The Stuttz New York Theatre
Company are among the very best."
Denver Rocky Mountain News.
"The Stuttz Company gives pure
and refined performances."Ana
"Mrs. Agnes M. Stuttz is a new
light in the theatrical world. We
consider her one of the greatest now
in the profession."Butte Miner.
to get in touch witht the lat
^beautiful o1 whateis and use
in new Christmas gitts.
THE HUBERT POSTOFFIGE
WAS LOOTED AND ROBBED
Thieves Entered the Building and Stole
Stamps and Merchandise, Making
The postoffice at Hubert, thirteen
miles north Brainerd on the M. &
I. road, was broken into Tuesday
night and robbed of stamps and
stamped patper to the amount of
$30 and $50, the stamps being of
different denominations. The post
office is located in the general store
of Tony Bohlke, who is the post
master, and is near the residence of
Freeman Thorpe. The robbery
occurred at about midnight, as near
as can be determined, as about that
time the family of Mr. Thorpe heard
a noise which was sufficient to
awaken them, but they did not
think at the time anything unusual
was going on and did not investi
The burglars broke into the build
ing and ransacked it from top to
bottom, turning the goods over and
selecting what they wanted, mostly
consisting of rubbers and mittens,
and departed without leaving any
clue as to their identity. The mail
in the postoffice was mixed up, but
as far as the postmaster could
ascertain at that time, nothing was
taken except the stamps and a little
change, which was left outside the
safe. As no attempt was made to
blow the safe it is not thought that
the work was that of professionals.
The baseball "fans" of Bemidji
will not be compelled to wait until
next summer before tfiey can
loosen up their "rooting" for the
great national game.
Two indoor baseball teams have
already been organized in this
city, and some twenty candidates
for the two teams are practicing
every afternoon in the skating rink
so as to get into trim for the
games which will be played during
There are several old indoor ball
players in this city, and as there
are many players who have played
the regular game, there is no doubt
but this city can put two excellent
teams of indoor baseball players into
R. E. Mitchell has been instru
mental in getting the players
together, and is acting as tempor
ary manager. He has secured the
necessary balls and bats, bases and
other paraphernalia, with the ex
ception of suits, which will be
forthcoming in a few days.
Of the regular team the following
have already been selected. Carter
c, Bush and Mitchell p, Arneson lb,
Govro 2b, Benson 3b, Conibar and
Kermode ss, Carlton If, Grimoldby
For the second team there are the
following players who are candi
dates: Getchell, Hilliby, Solberg,
Lycan, Anderjson, Dennis, Billadeau,
McDonald, Foster and others.
Arrangements are being made to
play games with outside teams and
it is expected that the Brainerd
indoor ball team will play here next
The management wil also try to
arrange games with Crookston.Grand
Rapids and other towns, and some
good sport is assured this winter.
Hearing Held Today.
The county court house was
crowded today with a crowd which
was eager to hear the evidence given
at" the preliminarv hearing of Tom
Peterson and Mike Shea, charged
with grand larceny.
R. C. Bryant is the complaining
witness in the case, and he charges
the two defendants with having
entered a room which he occupied at
the Lakeshore hotel and taking $50
belonging to Bryant. *M ~g
t.^Bryant told about the same story
as was published in the Pioneer
recently, but failed to positively
identify either Peterson or Shea as
the party who entered the room and
knocked him through the window.
The hearing was continued this
afternoon, Justice Slocum presiding,
and the defense presented its side of
the case, Gibbons & Torrance
appearing as attorneys for Peterson
Before Justice Slocum this morn
ing, Duncan McDougall waived ex
amination to the charge of assault
in the second degree, and was held
to the grand jury in the sum of
$1,000 bonds, which was furnished,
and McDougall was released.
McDougall recently defied the
authorities, at the point of a loaded
revolver, to take him into custody
and threatened to exterminate the
entire police force and any other
officials that disturbed his enjoyment
of gun play. He was subsequently
arrested by Deputy Sheriff J. N.
Bailey and lodged in the county
jail. DECIDE NOT TO REBUILD
MILES HOTEL IN HIBBING
Messrs. Miles & Markham Conclude
to Abandon the Project, After
Hibb ing, Dec. 12.C. H. Miles
and George Markham, proprietors
of the Miles hotel, recently destroyed
by fire, will leave Hibbing tomorrow.
After much meditation they have
abandoned all idea of rebuilding the
hotel, much to the disappointment
of the citizens of this place. The
site, which is the best in the city, is
still unsold, but Mr. Miles states
that he has a purchaser in view
From now on Mr. Miles will
devote his time and attention to the
Majestic theatre at St. Paul, a new
and up-to-date vaudeville playhouse,
which he purchased some months
ago. He also has options on several
good sites in Minneapolis, upon one
of which he intends to build a house
somewhat similar to the Majestic at
St. Paul. When the new theater is
ready it will be managed by Mr.
The decision of Messrs. Miles and
Markham to dispose of their interests
in Hibbing is met with great regret,
the former especially having been
closely identified with Hibbing for
many years and always regarded
as one of its most prominent and
loyal business men.
Local news on last page
The House off Kugpcnheuncr
jacuo'ilJfiO a fli fcafrJ seao ai "?2Ul sift
narrow escape from being devoured
by a large timber wolf yesterday
Mr. Gregory was returning from
J. Goss & Co 's camp when he was
startled by a big grey, ferocious
looking wolf making for him. He
was unarmed, and found himself in
a desperate condition. To flee was
useless, for it was at least two miles
to any habitation. There was no
tree nearby which it was possible to
climb, so Mr. Gregory concluded to
fight the beast, hand to hand. Seiz
ing a club he awaited fhe animal.
Body of Oscar Solberg Buried.
All that was mortal of the late
Oscar Solberg, who died in this city
Monday morning, was consigned to
mother earth, in Greenwood ceme
tery, yesterday afternoon.
Funeral services were held in the
Presbyterian church, at 2 o'clock.
-Rev. S. E. P. White officiating. Rev.
White delivered a few impressive re
marks on the frailty of man and the
assurance of peace in the life to
There was a large attendance at
the services, as the sickness and
death of Oscar and the conditions
surrounding bis illness were such
as to have aroused a general feeling
of symathy and pity.
The father, sister and brother of
the deceased were in attendance at
My wife, Lillie Signel, having left
my bed and board without any cause
or provocation, all persons are noti
fied not to extend any credit to her
on my account.
Dec. 9th, 1907.
J. P. Signel.
Additional local matter will be found
on fourth page.
H. W. Gregory Slayed Ferocious Beast that Attacked Him
While He Was in the Woods.--Gregory Was Unarmed,
but Displayed Great Nerve.
Cass Lake, Dec, 12.(Special to
Pioneer.)W. H. Gregory, assis-
tant superintendant of logging on
the Chippewa reservation, had a
Early Christmas Shopping will save your neivee
and give you choice of things. We will be glad to
lay by any selection made now till X-mas time.
Money Cheerfully Refunded
Selling Men's Fine
At pricesthat will bring every shrewd
clothing buyer to Schneider Bros.
$22, $20 and $18 a
Overcoats, extra- l?^?^0??!weii-kn6wfiJ
FORTY CENTS PER MONT]
CASS LAKE MAN KILLED A
BIG GREY WOLF WITH CLUBS
Feeling jur that he had a fine
meal before him, the wolf attacked
his antagonist, but was greeted by a
heavy blow from a solid pine limb
held by Mr. Gregory. The blow,
which was struck on the animal's
jaw, dazed it, and Mr. Gregory
eagerly took advantage of the
beast's groggy condition and beat ijt
till life was extinct,
Mr. Gregory then wended his way
home and reported his dangerous
adventure. Later he escorted sev
eral people to the spot where the
animal lay, and they were dumb
founded to believe tbat a human
being could have the nerve to fight
in such manner with so fercious a
"Mistakes Will Happen."
Local subscribers of the Minne^
sota Issue, the organ of the AntM
Saloon League, are gleefully pointing:
to a 5 by 8 cut in the December
number, of the Honorable Moses E.
Clapp, junior Senator of the state of
Minnesota, under which is printed
the legend: "The Rev. W. S. Ward^
Moderator of the Presbyterian]
Synod of Minnesota." When re
cently the Times ran a cut of Ex
Governor Van Sant with a Clapp,
label, the senator may have felt
aggrieved, but he can Lave no cause
for such feeling in this instance.-^*
Crookston Times. S
All of which undoubtedly had its
start in the Pioneer office. The cut
of Senator Clapp, to which-reference
is made, is the personal property
the editor of this paper, and was
sent to us last fall, when we were
advertising the county fair. Rev,
Ward sent for his cut, and, by one
of those nerve-racking mistakes
which will happen, an employe cl
the office blandly forwarded the cut
of the junior senator. However^
both Senator Clapp and Rev. Ward
are fine specimens of men, bothx
good to look at, and neither has
suffered through the latest use of
the senator's countenance.
tightness in the
Ordinary ^Values, money market has
*r *c VJ *T -S most reliable
chouses to effect a quick disposition of
their goods.^We have made an addi-
tional purchase of these high-grad6 Overcoats. W have
placed oh sale-85 of* these hand-taiiored Overcoats, all this
season and semi-box models, materials are Meltons,
Kerseys |md Vicunas* the best values expert Overcoat buyers
could find to Sell for $22, $20 and $18, for quick fe| A
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