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D. H. FISK
Atto ney and Counsellor at Law
Office over Port Office
E. E McDonald
ATTORNEY A LAW
aoaltftf. /lion* Officat Swoitack Block
FRANCIS S. ARNOLD, LL.N.
Lan Titles Examined and Deraigned
8oa Beltrami Ave.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGBON5.
Dr. Rowland O-ilmore.
Physician and Surgeon
Office: Rile* Block
DR. E. A. SHANNON, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office In nyo Bloek
Phon* 396 Prtone 397
L. A. WARD, M. D.
Office over First National Bank. Phone Ni 5"
House No. 6oi Lake Blvd. Phone No. 35-
Dr. A. E. Henderson
Physician and Surgeon
Office over First National!Bank, Bemldjl. MJnn
Office Phone 36. Residence Phone 7*
DR. J. T. TUOMY
rst National Bank 8n Id'g. Telephone No. ago
DRAY AND TRANSFER.
Dray and Transfer.
Phono 40. 404 Beltrami Ave
Dray and baggage.
Phone No. 58
Safe and Piano moving.
618 America Ave.
FEED AND SALE STABLE
Good Riga and
SMART & REITER,
312 Beltrami Ave.
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ING A BUSINESS
HELP ARE BEST.
Morsk Fultost, anchovies, fladt
brod, boneless smoked herring and
other delicacies at Peterson's.
Glenn Slossen of this city went
to Northome last evening on busi
ness and returned to the city this
W. H. Williams of this city went
to International Fajls last night to
attend to some business affairs at
The Catholic Ladies will serve
hot dinner and supper election day,
November 3 in Swedback building,
Attorney F. A. Jackson of this
city went to Blackduck last evening
to look after some professional busi
ness at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith of
KelJiher were out-of-town visitors
in the city yesterday, returning
home on the M. & I. train in the
P. J. Skrief of Northome, who is
employed by the Bemidji Lumber
company, returned home last night
after spending the day on business
in this city.
Careful housekeepers usually keep
a supply of Hunt's Perfect Baking
Powder and Extracts, as they know
they are to be depended upon for
J. P. Riddell of this city, who
cruises for the Ciookston Lumber
company, went to Blackduck last
night to look over some timber
there for the company.
P. J. McKeon of Brainerd came
in last evening and spent the
night in this city as a guest at the
Markham hotel, returning home
on this morning's train.
The Swedish Ladies' Aid Society
will serve dinner and supper in the
Odd Fellows' hall Tuesday, Novem
ber 3, election day. Tickets 25c.
Everyone cordially invited.
E. H. Gerlach of St Paul, who
travels for the American Tobacco
company, arrived in the citv last
evening and spent today among
local sellers of the "weed''.
I. G. Haycraft, a prominent
farmer living near Farley, spent yes
terday in this city on a "mixed"
business and returned to Farley on
the M. & I. tram in the evening.
John Cook, a local carpenter, is
lying in bed as a result of injuries
which he received last Safufciay by
falling from the roof of a woodshed
to the ground, a distance of nine
Alex. Arnold ot Crookston ar
rived in the city yesterday noon
and left on the evening train for
Blackduck near where he will rus
ticate for a few days on his sister's
Miss Minnie Doyle of Interna
tional Falls arrived in the city yes
terday morning and left on the
afternoon train for Grand Forks, N.
D., where she will visit with friends
Mrs. D. J. Praught of Northome
returned home last evening after
visiting her husband who is at the
St Anthony's hospital recovering
from injuries received while hunt
ing ducks several weeks ago.
Miss Ida Bailey, daughter of
Judge H. W. Bailsy of this city,
returned last evening from St.
Paul where she spent a week visit
ing her brother, Thayer, who is
attending a St. Paul law school.
O. S. Husett, who lives east of
this city and is an indepeneent can
didate for county commissioner from
the fifth commissioner district, went
to Turtle River last evening to do a
little more campaigning before the
G. M. Torrance left last even
ing on the north-bound passenger
train. When asked as to where
he was going, Mr. Torrance said,
"To International Falls to attend
to a law suit.'' He also stated
that he will return to the city
Miss Helen Fleckenstein of this
city left yesterday morning for Win
nipeg where she will stay several
weeks with relatives. Miss Fleck
enstein was accompanied by her sis
ter, Grace, as far as Crookston
where both will visit a few days
with friends at their old borne. Miss
Grace will return to the city the
latter part of this week.
ANY 12 YEAR OLD GIRL
will tell all your friends.
and Custard pies as well as the- more exper
tion, which, is now being sold by neariv all
grocers Pull direction! o^ each p^kaS
Pie is not a luxury, but an article of dfw
diet, and you might just a? well ntake goS
Don't fail to see the tiny tots of 3
and 5 years dance and sing at the
E. W. Kibbey of Margie was a
visitor in Bemidji yesterday and was
a guest at the Hotel Markham.
A. Witting of this city, who
sells lumber at Blackduck, came in
this morning and spent today with
E. W. and J. O. Achenbach of
this city left this morning for Alma,
Wis., where they were called by the
sudden death of thhir mother.
Professor A. P. Ritchie of this
city left this morning for Jenkins,
where his father is very ill at the
home of one of Mr. Ritchie's sisters.
E. E. Smiley, the Nary capitalist,
spent last night in Bemidji, having
come UD from his home on the north
bound M. & I. passenger train in the
John Moberg of this
ty left on
this morning's south-bound passen
ger train for Minneapolis, where he
will spend a few days transacting
R. J. Poupore, who has extensive
logging interests in the vicinity of
Shooks Spur, came in this morning
and spent the day on business in
E. J. Benner of Sidney, Ohio, ar
rived in the city last week and ex
pects to make Bemidji his perman
ent home. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Boss
are his uncle and aunt.
Mrs. C. G. Johnson returned to
the city this morning from Black
duck where she spent a few days
visiting with friends as a guest at
the home of Dr. Freeberg.
Otto Peterson, representative of
the L. K. Deal Lumber company,
returned to the city this morning
from Turtle River where he was
buying cedar for his company.
A. H. Harris, who travels for
Melges Brothers of this city, came
in last night from Grand Rapids and
left on this morning's train for
Walker and other points "down the
Frank Van Tassle, who owns the
Turtle River hotel, came in this
morning to await the election returns
which will come in this evening and
will be recorded in the Markham
Theo. Gulickson of this city, the
genial local agent for the Hamm
Brewing company, went to Black
duck last evening on business for
the company and returned to the
city this morning.
J. A. McDonald of this city, ac
companied by his son, ''Johnnie", re
turned this morning from Blackduck
near where they have been cruising
for the last week in the interest of
the Bemidji Lumber company.
C. W. Vandersluis of this city,
who traverses this section of the
country in the interest of the Janey
Semple-Hill Hardware company of
Minneapolis, went to Pine River
this morning on business for his
O. C. Rood, one of the local mer
chants, left this morning for the
twin cities to buy a new stock of
goods. Mr. Rood was accompanied
by his brother, L. E., who travels
for the Wyman-Patridge company of
Mrs. E. O. Cook and daughter,
Miss Lulu Olson, of Roseau arrived
in the city last evening from Minne
apolis, where they were visiting with
relatives, and are spending a few
days at the home of Mrs. P. J.
Russell of this city while on their
return to Roseau.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLaughlin of
this city left on the east-bound train
this noon for Coleraine, north of
Grand Rapids, where they will visit
a week with friends. They were
accompanied by their daughter,
Gertrude, as far as Cass Lake for a
day's stay with friends there.
H. J. Mercer, traveling represen-'
tative for the "Lieutenant and the
Cowboy" company, was in the city
yesterday and made arrangements
for the appearance of his company
here Tuesday evening of next week.
The company is said to be an
exceptionally good one, and comes
to Bemidji highly recommended.
Ernest J. Holler of Big Falls, who
is the proprietor of the Big Falls
Compass, was a visitor in Bemidji
yesterday evening. Mr. Holler is
making a fine newspaper of the
Compass, and is rapidly gaining the
confidence and support of the people
of Big Falls. Mr. Holler is an ex
cellent newspaper man, and is
ktt *yal who- *ta4U
by his friends and hi9 home town
See the Bennington family, four
people, at the Bijou.
Homemade jellies," 15c* ITglaist
50c a jar, at Peterson's. $
Prosper Albee was a Lavinia
visitor in the city yesterday, re
turning home on the evening train.
Dr. Monahan of Blackduck came
in this morning and spent the day
here as a guest at the Markham
K. Mclver of this city has moved
his family from his old house on the
corner of American avenue and
Fourth street to his new one on the
corner of Beltrami avenue and Tenth
street. Mr. Mclver's new residence
is one of the best in the city and is
thoroughly up-to-date in every par
RECEIVERS ARE NAMED.
Big Power Company in Hands of the
Norwich, N. Y, Nov. 3.Receivers
have been appointed for the Hudson
River Electric Power company, Judge
Ray naming Charles W. Andrews of
Syracuse, George W. Dunn of Bing
hampton and Milton Delano of Cana
The corporation was organized in
1903 and controls the Hudson River
Water Power company, Hudson River
Electric company and Hudson River
Power Transmission company, to
gether with various subsidiary com
panies owned by the last two named,
supplying Central and Eastern New
York state with power The author
ized capital stock was $10,000,000, of
which $5,390,000 was issued. The to
tal funded debt of the corporation, ac
cording to its last statement, was
$9,683,500. Netearnings for 1907 were
$486,200. HOLLAND IS PREPARED
FOR ANY EMERGENCY
Action Against Venezuela Not
Yet Decided On.
The Hague, Nov. 3.No blockade
of the ports of Venezuela by The
Netherlands government yet has been
ordered, nor will any definite action
be taken until the government re
ceives the official text of President
Castro's reply to the second Dutch
As has already been stated, how
ever, Holland is fully prepared for any
naval demonstration, including a
blockade, that the circumstances may
ALARM IN VENEZUELA.
of Increasing Among the Residents
the Port O La Guayra.
Caracas, Oct. 24, via Willemstad,
Nov. 3.Alarm is increasing among
the residents of the port of La Guayra
in view of the extensive military
preparations which have been going
on to meet the threatened action of
The Netherlands government Presi
dent Castro has been in poor health,
but after several postponements he
was able to receive the credentials of
Lorrene Ferreira, the new Brazilian
Fail to Return to Work.
Glens Falls, N. Y, Nov. 3Con
trary to expectations the striking pa
permakers did not return to work in
the mills of the International com
pany. Four of the eight machines,
however, are being operated. Local
members of the Papermakers' union
are looking for a settlement by the
end of the week.
Dies Suddenly in Jail.
St. Paul, Nov. 3C. K. Austin,
forty-eight years of age, whose home
is thought to be in Chicago, died sud
denly in the county jail. Coroner Ar
thur W. Miller was notified and after
an examination of the body decided
that death resulted from alcoholism.
Minneapolis, Nov. 2.WheatDec,
$firstname.lastname@example.org% May, $1.06. Oo track
No. 1 hard, $1 05% No. 1 Northern,
$1.04.% No. 2 Northern, $102% No.
3 spring, 98c@$101%.
Duluth Wheat and Flax.
Duluth, Nov. 2.WheatTo arrive
and on trackNo. 1 hard, $1 05% No.
1 Northern, $104% No. 2 Northern,
$102%, Dec, $101% May, $1.05%
Nov., $1.03%. FlaxTo arrive and
on track, $128% Nov., $1.27% Dec,
$L26% May, $1.31.
St. Paul Union Stock Yards.
St Paul, Nov. 2CattleGood to
choice pteers, $6.00@6 75 fair po good,
$B.0O@5.75 good to choice cows and
Iheifers, $4 00@5 00 veals, $email@example.com.
Hogs$5 firstname.lastname@example.org SheepWethers,
?4.00@4 30 yearlings, $4.10@4 40
spring lambs, $5.00@5 50.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, Nov. 2. WheatDec,
99%c@$l 00 May, $103% July,
97%c CornDec, 63%c May, 62%c
July, 62%c OatsDec, 48%@48%c
May, 50%c July, 45%c PorkJan.,
$16.12% May, $16.00. Butter
Creameries, 20@27c dairies, 18@23c
Eggs26c PoultryTurkeys, 13c
chickens, 10c springs, 12c
Chicago Union Stock Yards.
Chicago, Nov. 2.CattleBeeves,
$3.25@7 50 Texans, $3 email@example.com West
ern cattle, $firstname.lastname@example.org stackers and
feeders, $email@example.com cows and heifers,
$firstname.lastname@example.org calves, $email@example.com. Hogs
Light, $firstname.lastname@example.org mixed, $5.20@
6.00 heavy, $5.25@6 05 rough, $5.25
@5.45 good to choice heavy, $5.45
@6.05 pigs, $email@example.com. Sheep, $2.50
#4.60 yearlings, $4.405.00 lambs,
lorse and Curtis Free of
One More Charge.
FRIALCOURTTAKESACTION Decides That Bank of North AmeTica
Lost Nothing by Calvin Austin Loan
of $100,000 and Orders Evidence Re
garding It Stricken From the Rec-
ordCounsel Begin 8umming Up
Case for Jury.
New York, Nov. 3.One of the
most important allegations in connec
tion with the charge of misappropria
tion contained in the indictment
against Charles W. Morse and A. H.
Curtis has been thrown out of court.
The misappropriation allegation was
made in connection with a $100,000
note given by Calvin Austin. Austin
claimed Morse had the note discount
ed and used the proeeeds without his
After all the evidence was in the
attorneys went before Judge Hough
In his chambers for argument on law
points and later it was announced
that the counts in the indictment re
ferring te the Calvin Austin loan of
$100,000 had been stricken out. The
defense contended that the National
Bank of North America had suffered
no damage as a result of the transac
tion and this view apparently was
taken by Judge Hough. This charge
was regarded as the most important
in the government's allegation of mis.
appropriation against the prisoners.
Mr. Littlefield then began the clos
ing arguments for the defense. After
declaring that the defense contended
that no crime had been committed by
either defendant Mr. .Littlefield cau
tieaed the jury that should the court
err in charging the law the defense
has a remedy through an appeal But
should the jury err in its opinion the
defense was without remedy to cor
FOUR MORE PLEAD GUILTY
Contractors of Boston Fined for Work*
ing in Collusion.
Boston, Nov. 3.The cases against
the officials'of seven corporations un
der indictment for alleged conspiracy
and collusion in bidding on contracts
for the city of Boston, in which three
officials pleaded guilty last week and
were fined, were completed when sim
ilar pleadings were entered by John
E. Lynch of the Hodge boiler works,
Duncan Russell of the James Rus
sell boiler works, Charles F. Koop
man, Jr, of the Cunningham iron
works and Edward P. Robinson of
the Atlantic works in the superior
criminal court. Each defendant was
fined $500, which was paid. The as
sistant district attorney announced
that restitution to the city of $1,100,
the profits said to have resulted from
the alleged conspiracy, had been made.
IN BAD MENTAL CONDITION
Ask Attorneys ^for Captain Hams
Postponement of Trial.
New York, Nov. 3Affidavits were
presented by counsel for Captain
Peter C. Hams and his brother, T.
Jenkins Hains, under indictment
charged with the killing of William E.
Annis, to sustain a motion for the
postponement of the impending trial.
The documents contained declarations
of expert alienists stating that Cap
tain Hains was not in fit mental con
dition to take part in a trial. Judge
Aspinall granted a postponement of
one week, saying that he would give
the affidavits consideration.
Ready for Target Practice.
Manila, Nov 3.The flagship Con
necticut and the Vermont, Nebraska,
Kansas and Georgia of the First
squadron of the Atlantic battleship
fleet came to Manila from Olongapo
for coal and stores The calibration
of the guns on the ships is about com
pleted and the squadron will soon be
gin target practice.
Women Make Trip in Airship.
Friedrichshafen, Nov. 3 Count
Zeppelin made a successful trip in his
new airship around the Lake of Con
stance He was accompanied by sev
eral women, including Duchess Vera
of Wurtemberg and his own daughter
The airship was aloft for one hour.
Shot for His Board Bill.
Duluth, Nov. 3.Because John De
mino of Eveleth refused to pay him a
boar.] bill of $20 Marco Roma, a
boarding house keeper at the Gilbert
location, it is alleged, shot him five
times. Demino is in a hospital at
Eveleth and will not live.
Sampson's Nephew Shot.
Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 3Harry
Sampson, a nephew of the late Ad
miral Sampson, was found shot to
ieath in his residence near Palmyra.
His relatives doubt the first reports
that he committed suicide.
Big Strike Threatened.
Madrid, Nov. 3.It is reported here
that the copper miners in the Rio
Tinto district will go on strike. De
tachments of cavalry and infantry and
gendarmes have left Huelva for the
district to maintain order.
Aeronaut's Injuries Severe.
New York, Nov. 3.Dr. Julian P.
Thomas, the aeronaut, who was in
jured at Morris Park while experi
menting with his "wind wagon," will
lie confined to his bed several weeks.
The bruises on his back, his arms and
leg were so painful, Mrs. Thomas
said, that a complete examination had
not been made and for this reason it
had not been asoertained whether the
leg was fracU.t-ed. It was not believed
that Dr. Thomas* spine was badly In
jured, as at first reported, fr^^
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organs. No breakfast food can compare with it
always tastes good.
T5he NEW GROCERY
Our store is headquarters for the best
lines of groceries, fresh and canned fruits,
tea, coffee, spicesin fact anything in the
grocery fine can be found here.
FRESH EGGS AND CREAMERY BUTTER
ROE a MARKUSEN
We carry in stock at all times a com
plete line of lumber and building material
of all descriptions.
Call in and look over our special line of
fancy glass doors. We have a large and
well assorted stock from which you can
make your selection.
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with Modern Machinery, Up-to-date
Type Paces, and the Largest Stock of
Flat Papers, Ruled Goods and Stationery
of All Kinds in Northern Minnesota.
We nave the highest-salaried Printers
in Beltrami county, and we are leaders
in Commercial Printing. Try us we'll
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Just to remind you of
the importance of sav
DR. G. N. PALMER
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