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See JonesW. C. Jones.
A. Couchan, of Btackduck, is
visiting in Bemidji today.
Please drop in and sample our
incomparable dairy butter. Pet
Friday night the Junior League
of the M. E. church will hold a
social in the lecture room of the
The Bi Store
Advance Sale of
W have just received and opene'd up~a splendid assort-
ment of New Creations in Muslin Underwear and Spring
Hosiery, which we are offering at exceptionally good
values. Come in and look them over.
In all the newest materials for spring wear. A large
assortment from which to select at prices ranging from
$1.50 to $4.50 EA
The Famous Queen Quality $ 3 shoe for women in all
the new styles and lastsHouse Shoes, Street Shoes,
Dress Shoes carefully fitted arid satisfaction guaranteed.
Saturday, Me.rch 5, 1904
In Our New Quarters in Street Block, Next Door to Postoffice
Our neAV quarters are large and elegantly fitted up and give ample opportunity to inspect our extensive stock of new-
goods. On the above date we will have for your inspection at our store one of the largest linos of Ladies', Misses and
Children's Tailor Made Suits, Cloaks and Skirts, direct from Philadelphia.
Ladies' Spring Suits
made to your measure. A most magnificent assortment- of the swell new styles just out, as -shown in the 1 arue eastern
cities, from the cheapest to the best.
Ladies' Cravanette Coats
A superb showing of the beautiful new Military styles in Cravanette Coats at prices from $\2 to $20.
it if you miss seeing this great assortment of ladies' garments.
Walking and Dress Skirts
Many beautiful styles to select from. An assortment of garments as large as shown by the great city stores is shown
for one day only. An opportunity that seldom arrives. Lon't miss placing your order now. Also a complete line of
SATURDAY, MARC 5[
THE BERMA N EMPORIU
STREET BLOCK. NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE
church. Refreshments will be
Fresh hen fruit and other fruit
Dr. Morrison made a profess
ional trip to Tenstrike last night.
More powerful then Svengali's
hypnotic power is Mark's Lung
The Minnesota & International
was ah hour late last night. It
was delaved by the main line
Mrs. L. Berman's millinery
Emporium is being moved to
new quarters in the street block
Willits and Cahill.write fire in
surance in reliable companies.
Dr. Tuomy returned this morn
ing from his regular trip to
We are in business for your
health. Be convinced by using
Mark's Lung Balsam.
E. J. Willets represents the
Northwestern Marble works.
Be sure and buy of no other.
Travel on the railway lines is
beginning to pick up. The fes
tive woodsman is moving and
every train is loaded to
Edward Brarmon expects to
have his cigar factory open for
business Monday and will begin
the manufacture of cigars as
soon as possible.
Nero fiddled while Rome
burned. We cannot believe that
anyone will fiddle away their
chance to cure a cough when it
is so easy to get Mark's Lung
A petition for the appointment
of an administrator in the estate
of J. J. Gordhamer was filed in
the probate court this morning
You will rejrjet
Landlord Harris, of the Hotel
Richards at Tenstrike, is in the
C. II, Allen, the well known
known Blackduck business man,
is in the city today.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Kanasky of Nymore is ser
iously ill of pnuetnonia.
The Pioneer Employment office
shipped a number of men to Bar
nard iv. (border's cedar camp
near Mallard today.
The Arabs cure envy by be
stowing the thing coveted.
Mark's Lung Balsam cures
jt coughs and colds.
Judge Spooner, who has been
having a tussle with lagrippe is
at the office today for the first
time in several days.
1 (J. Adams is down from
Tenstrike this morning. Mr,
Adams says politics are warm
ing up, and anticipates quite a
busy time at the annual village
election. No caucus has been
held up to date.
J. McDonald, the well known
cruiser, has just returned from
a trip to the pbpple rived country.
Mr. McDonald says the snow in
the woods ups that way is much
crood judgment isr
with us. Our by the secretary ol the Bemidji
jTownsite Co. It will be the most
[-elaborate affair of the kind ever
is here for you to -j
-are-the ~tt-that fluted wHI-represent a very great
you or we can
tind. Every thins
in our etore haw
been selected on
its merits. If the
prices seem low
to you for such
cause no sur
rise. They are
The petition asks for the appoint- keeper-that in Bemidji and re-
ment of Edward Rako. I
through the woods.
The-Great Northern is order
ing telephones taken out of its
that the tele-
places I is said
phone privilege is abused to the
not difficult in our i i
store. Whereannoyancei)! busy employes by
ever i if people who seek all sorts of
good there is no ifoolish information.
fear of a poor r.
..t.o ?Z. -J A Mr-DrSner is preparing a
choice. We want
you to feel per- plat book of the vanous.townsites
fectl at homejin the county which is to Ix1
deal of work.
The office of the Dunnett (Com
mission Co. maintained for some
ferret in the Miles block has" boon
closed and the agent, Mr. Gray,
has left the city. This is the
third unsuccessful effort to es
tablish a commission house
which sold options (in the grain
markets in Bemidji
FT IS A MATTER OF HEALTH
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Advertise in the Daily Pioneer.
It's a good investment.
Another pleasant danei
occur at the (Irani Valley
The family of 11. Trask, in
Bailey's addition is quarantined
Sheriff Bailey is in Wisconsin,
where he is looking for an
offender of the law.
Perlo Davis, of the Harris
Cigar Co., of Crookston, left this
afternoon for that city.
The family ol Harry Trask
were placed under diptheria
quarantine this morning.
Harry rove, of Hippie, came
down from Northoine this ninni.
ing, where he has been On busi
Norval Baptie and John
Johnson, the two fastest skaters
in the Northwest, will race in
Fargo on Wednesday evening.
RICH IRON STRIKE.
Fine Body Reported by Hunters Island
Duluth, March S.- The International
Iron company of Puliitli. which w.iin
organized oi this ciiy last I'.ill In i\
plore laijiis For Iron ore oil iruntcfH
island, Ontario, lias ma an Impor
tant And, according to I "ii AUinii.
who has just returned fin in an lusrtuc
lion of the work clone by Urn cxplorTiis
party on UI.H ground. A I afl i.- being
auiik on one of 111* Inu cbntroMo i
by the company and al a ij pii* ol lifiy
feet iron ore assaying per cenl
metallic iron was cncoimlored, Mr.
Merritt believes dial they have Htrucli
the main body of ore on i in properly
unil says thai every indication LK'.'.nl
to it being large. JTho'di every will
hasten the'oxtonsron anil ITupfovoment
uf the Porl Arthur, Duluth anil WenI
em road. Tiro ere will dilpp"d oifi
via I'orl Arthur.
CANNOT BRING SUIT IN IOWA.
Colorado Judge Decides Important
Colorado Springe, Colo., March
Judge Seeds, in the district court, has
granted James 1''. uiirns, the proud
nent mining man, a porinanenl liijunr
Hon against J. I). O'llaiiv, restraining
the latter from proKccntlng in the
courts of Pottawattomle county, la.,
a suit for $300,000. 0'Harry's attoi
noys claim thai the local ronrt bad ho
Jurisdiction In the matter, bul the
court decided that both parties jibing
citizens ot Colorado he could restrain
ono from suing the caber in another
state If the grounds justified, o'llaiie
sued for damages, charging that Burns
had defrauded him in the original Meal
in regard to the l'orilau.d mine al
ANARCHY I N SAN DOMINGO.
State Department Puzzled on What
Action to Take.
Washington, March -The admin
istratlon Is puzzled I.now how to
deal with San Domlnga iSyery report
that comes from Hi': isl:nnl Indicates
the existence there ol tato ap
proaching anarchy. If there were a
capable government either regular or
revolutionarythe slate department
would call upon it to preserve lire
peace, protect American Interest i and
cause a cessation of 1.1m. i rei|neiu .,anil
annoying interlurencn with .\me!iea.ii
commerce. But it Is Haiti [Ticre is no
such government ami the dppartmetn
is loath to embark upon a policy of
policing the Island and cfiasing small
guerrilla bands through the jungle.
On the other band it does not care to
create a strong government on the ii
and by taking Hides in Hie factional g,
struggles nj going on. The wholr i
subject is under serious cpnslderation \)&
by the administration, which realizes
that foreign interest:- are looking toj
the Unlt('(l States to relieve their own
government of the necessity of tuUm^
hold in San DomingOj
PROTEST TO PRESIDENT.
Land Patent System Opposed by 15,-
H,S RECOVERY DOUBTFUL.
East S Louis Hearse Driver Brutally
Si, Louis, Matt-h 3. Harry Clem
mons a h'earse driver euiploxed by a
Ilveryniag in l'.ast Si. l.ouis. was
tall beaten Into insensibility and probably
I fatally Injured In the olllce of the sta
ble, where he slept He was found era
the floor by Hurt Miiler, a negro sta
ble hand, .lames KMUI, a follow em
plofye who was asleep the ie^ at
tho time sa-ysJ tie'hearil notliing of the
attack. I'aul Cqinphell, a strikjng
driver, was arrested and locked up,
charged with the attack, Clemnvons'
ret overy is doubtful.
Uoy Fatally Shoots His Father.
New York. Mar, 3. Angered by
the sight of ins father knocking hl3
aged mother down when she molested
IM KIWI:Kit NI KY
Duluth, .March -A ueiltion algned
by 1S.O00 rc:aid ntH of Si. Louis, Lake,
Cook and itasca counties was forward
ed from here during the day IJ PreBi
dent Roosevelt urging blrp to order
suspended tho issue of patonls for
swamp laud In Hi'' stale of Mtnni
and that he cans* to bj investigated
the present system under whteh li'dd
notes are accepted as eoiulusive evi
dence of the character of tbe land de-j *jj & & v! O & 0 0
scribed as swamp.
TO PUT VO O N THEG-ARPET
That is, on to our carpets.
fascinating card game,
We have the lively,
Panic is a mimic on Wall street exchange
Price, 40 cents.
A. OflLMOUR & CO.
CITY DRUG STORE
Pioneer Drufi Store of Bemidji.
agarr.st pipe smosing tneir noma
at Wood Haven. L. I., Theodore Schra
ner, nineteen years old, probably fa
tally shot his father. Smoke from the
batter's pipe had caused Mrs. Schraner
to cough violently. A quarrel followed
which led to the shooting.
l-'.ic the cure of nil affections of
the IMIILT.thi'i'at and chest, such as
WE WILL SELL AM, THE ABOVE FOR LESS
THAN COST. WE HAVE NOT ROOM TO
CARRY THEM OVER
F. M. Malzahn & Co.
Acquitted on Murder Charge.
Cairo, 111.. March 3.After being out
all night the Jury in the case of Thom
as O'Neill, charged with the murde!
of Con Sheehan, returned a verdict
of not guilty. Sheehan was shot and
killed by O'Neill In the latter's saloon
Senate Discusses Dairying.
Washington, March 3.The senate
took up the bill for the amendment of
tho taws governing the dairy business
in the District of Columbia and it was
debated at length.
MARK S BALSAM
The Great Cough Cure
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Croup, Whoop
ing Cough, Hoarseness, Etc., Bronchitis,
ami will prevent consumption when
fcrivHTi in tiiii.'. (.Tuaranteed.
Price 25 and 50 cents.
PETER m. MHRK
Manufacturer of AlAh'K'S CELEBRATED REMEDIES,
iV S S IN". I 1S 1ST.
Two Heavy Bob Sleighs
Two Light Bo Sleighs
Two Business Cutters
We are headquarters for Caps, Hose, Underwear,
Shirts, Work Pants and all kinds of Notions, Lamps,
Dishes, ete., (Stfam, Tobaeeos, Candies, Nuts and a gen-
era,! variety MereliantHse.
We w.uii trade, and appreciate your patronage
by giving you more for your money at all times than
yon u'el elsewhere
We cordially invite you to call and see us at our old
stand, 3t) I West Third street.
i The Fair Variety Cash Store0
WE HAVE JIST RECEIVED A FIXE, NEW LINE
OF CARPETS, RUGS AND ART SQUARES
E.L. NAYLOR FURNITURE