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The Bemidji daily pioneer. [volume] (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, October 17, 1904, Image 4

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After Four Weeks of Contin
uous Work Court Ad
journs to Nov. 1.
Another Week Will Be Spent In
Trying a Number of Minor
Civil Cases.
The October term of district
court, which has been in session
in this city tor the past four
weeks, was adjourned this morn
ing until November 1. when a
number of minor court cases
will be tried by Judge Spooner.
All the jury cases have been tried
and it only remains for the court
to try a tew civil cases foi the
calender to be exhausted.
The term which has just ad
journed was the longest in thedisturbances
history of the county and in
point of the number of grave
criminal cases was the most im
portant. Three men were
charged with murder in the first
degree, one manslaughter and
another for assault with intent to
kill, but only one conviction was
secured. The civil calendar was
also very large and some im
portant matters were disposed
of at the present term.
For the past week it was neces
sary for Judge McClenahan to be
present and a number of civil
cases were disposed of by him.
Fifteen Applicants Will Become
Members of Workmen Lodge
This Evening.
Peter W. Olson of St. Paul, de
puty state organizer for the A.
O. U. W. order, is in the city to
day and tonight will take part in
the initiation of fifteen new mem
bers into the Bern idji lodge
Since its establishment in this
city the lodge has steadily
gained in membership and is at
present in a very flourishing con
dition. A lunch will be served
after the initiation of the newadvertisement
membei this evening.
Judge Spooner For Governor.
The Oberg Journal its last
issue, commenting upon a Pio
neer editorial touching the mag
nificent vote given Judge Spoon
er in this city, declares that the
judge would make excellent u
bernatorial timber and says,
"Judge Spooner should be Min
nesota's governor to succeed
Robert C. Dunn, and from there
capture the United States sena
torship, which should be his re
ward for faithful public ser
Grocery Co.
Pickling and Canning Pears.
Colorado Peaches.
Fine Italian Blue Plums,
Tokay Grapes.
Concord Grapes.
Deleware Grapes.
Green Peppers.
Red Peppers.
Green Bunch Onions.
Green Taniatoes.
Crab Apples.
Cranberries Cape Cod.
Spanish Onions.
Pumpkins. Squash. Pound-Sort Apples.
20 oz. Pippins.
Cooking Apples 20c a Peck.
Detroit Table Apples.
Honey Comb.
Extra Select Bulk Oysters.
Princess Grocery Co
Phone 282
-Mi!44li4iiUl JUV
Chas. Mossey, Now in City,
Was With Famous "Buf
falo Bill" Company.
Is One of Best Rifle Shots In
United States and Shoots With
Unerring Precision.
Charles Mossey, better known
as "Scar Paced Charley," who
was a memoer of the famous In
dian lighting company of which
Wm. F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) was
leader, arrived in the city last
night and will remain here for
some time.
Mr. Mossey related a number
of his experiences,while a mem
ber of the squad of scouts who
did so much to quell the Indian
in the West, and the
stories he told about the many
fights in which he was engaged
would take up hundreds of pages
of the ordinary story book and
would make interesting reading
He served under Cody for a
number of years as a scout and
during the time he was engaged
in the service became one of the
expert rifle and revolver shots of
the country, and although he is
almost fifty years of age can hold
his own with the best of them
He has traveled through near
ly every state in the west and
has had experiences with every
tribe of Indians that inhabit that
section of the country. He was
at one time the active chief of the
Navajees, who live on the plains
of New Mexico and Arizona, and
had adventures galore with the
Apaches and other southern
Like Meyer.
Red W ng Republican. I
Meyer, who has been in business
at Bemidji, Minn., has arrived in
the citv to start a clothing store
at 304 Main street. Mr. Meyer
comes here well recommended as
a clothing man. He expects to
make Red Wing his permanent
home. Mr Meyer had the en
terpi and foresight to have an
in our columns for
a considerable period before he
arrived here and will keep the
people posted on his business af
fairs in tho columns of the Re
publican. He is a very nice gen
tleman to meet and will no doubt
be welcomed, as others who have
cast their lot in the city. Mr.
Dunham, who will be one of Mr
Meyer's salesmen, accompanies
him from Bemidji.
Will Open Offices in Bemidji
C. C. Ralston, who recently
completed a course in chiroprac
tic at Grand Porks, has decided
to locate in this city and will
open up offices 'here in the near
future. Mr. Ralston, for the
present will practice the new
science at his home on America
avenue, but as soon as adequate
rooms can be secured will con
duct offices down town. Mr.
Ralston is signally fitted for a
chiropractic, having studied
medicine lor some time before
taking a course in the new
Building Big House.
P. M. Malzahn, who owns a
valuable farm near Wolf lake, is
erecting a residence upon the
place which, when completed,
will cost in the neighborhood of
$4,000 and will be one of the fin
est country places in northern
Minnesota Mr. Malzahn expects
to establish a summer resort
business and will accomodate the
large number of sportsmen who
visit that section when in quest
of game.
From Africa.
Joseph Broan, an old time
resident of Menominee, Wis is
in the city today from Capetown,
Africa, where he has been em
ployed by the English govern
ment for the past five years.
Mr. Broan says that he likes the
country in the vicinity of Cape
town and that it is one of the
best places in the world for a
workmgman. He will remain in
the city for several days, the
guest of Hplmcr Peterson.
Died Last Night.
James A, McConnell, an old
man who has been a resident of
the city for some time past, died
last night, aged 72 years. The
remains were taken to Lahr's un
dertaking establishment and pre
pared for burial and the funeral
will occur from there tomorrow
afternoon. I is thought that
McConnell has relatives at Daw
son, Minn.
Rowe McCamus, foreman oj
the Pioneer composing rooms,
returned yesterday frem a two
week's visit at the St. Louis fair,
and has resumed his duties on
the Pioneer. U?Z km
M. D. Stoner and Crew of
Men at Work on Line for
New Red Lake Railway.
Contractor WardenhoffGoingOver
Line With a View of Tak
ing Contract.
M. D. Stoner, who is at pres
ent in charge of a crew oi men
who are working on the survey
for the new Red Lake railway,
came into the city Saturday night
and remained here until yester
day morning. Mr. Stoner re
ports that satisfactory progress
is being made on the survey and
although the country between
Bemidji and Buena Vista is hilly
believes that a line satislac
tory to the railway company will
be found,
At the present time the sur
veying crew is working about ten
miles north of this city and com
ing this way. The line was
started from a point on Mud
lake from an old survey which
was made some time ago and
which the company has decided
to accept.
Prom present indications ac
cording to Mr. Stoner, the sur
yey will be completed by the end
of the week and all that will be
necessary then will be the accept
ance of the line by the company
for work to be begun on clearing
the right of way.
Contractor Wardenhoff of S
Paul, who was associated with the
firm of Foley Bros, at tne time
of the extension ol the Minnesota
& International rom Blackduck
to Northome, arrived in the city
Saturday and left with Mr.
Stoner yesterday to look over
the line with a view of present
ing a bid for the building of the
Bemidji Foot Ball Team Loses
to Grand Rapids at a Score
of 13 to 0.
In tho second game of the sea
son Bemidji yesterday lost to
Grand Rapids by a score of 13 to
0 on the latter's grounds. The
game was an exciting exhibition
from start to finish, and although
the Bemidji eleven put up a
strong resistance but, the Grand
Rapids aggregation proved its
self a trifle the stronger and won
out. A large crowd attended
the game from this city, and the
rooting on both sides was a
feature of the game.
The appearance at the local
opera house of the Grace Charles
worth Concert company under
the patronage of the Ladies'
Musicale tomorrow evening is
without doubt one of the great
events of the season in the amuse
ment line. Every member of the
company is an artist and has
spent years on the stages of the
leading cities of the United
States and a number have even
visited Europe. The proceeds of
the entertainment will be turned
into the library fund and it is ex
pected that the affair will be lib
erally patronized.
In the delightful Musical
Comedy "A Devil's Lane," are
combined all the elements of
genuine entertainment. The
play has an interesting- story with
strong situations and natural
climaxes but there is no villian,
no ciime, no suggestion of evil.
A. newspaper man, after witness
ing a performance of this play
remarked, "It leaves you with a
pleasant taste in your mouth and
a feeling of happiness and all
good will to all mankind "A
Devil's Lane" was built for
i laughter and it serves its pur
pose well. I Ijas been engaged
to play at the City Opera house
on Monday, Oct. 24.
Booth a Socialist.
Friends of David Booth, an old
resident of the city, were sur
prised this morning when he
handed them copies of a Socialist
publication which he was dis
tributing and asked them to
read over the contents carefully.
Mr. Booth says that he is a
socialist from the ground up and
believes that the principles of
that party should be endorsed
by the voters of the country.
Pill Pleasure.
If you ever took DeWitt's Lit
tle Early Risers for biliousness
or constipation you know what
pill pleasure is. These famous
little pills cleanse the liver and
rid the system of all bile without
producing unpleasant effects.
They do not gripe, sicken or
weaken, but pleasantly give tone
and strength to the tissues and
organs of the stomach, liver and
bowels. Sold by Barker's Drug
Logging Camps Ready.
John Moberg, who will operate
a logging camp near Gull lake
the coming winter, reports that
the buildings have been built and
road cutting will commence in
the near future. Mr. Moberg
has a contract to cut three million
feet of pine and will employ
about 75 men during the entire
Best Remedy for Constipation.
"The finest remedy for consti
pation I ever used is Chamber
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets," says Eli Butler, of Frank
ville, N. Y. "They act gently
and without any unpleasant ef
feet, and leave the bowels in a
perfectly natural coidtion."
Sold by Barker's Drug store.
Will Reopen Bowling Alley.
George Weetman, who oper
ated the bowling alley on Third
street for the past two years, has
decided to reopen the establish
ment and will conduct it during
the winter months. The location
of the establishment has not
yet been decided upon, but will
in all probability be in the busi
ness district of the citv.
A Free Puzzle.
Dr. G. G. Green, Woodbury,
New Jersey, will mail to any one
sending a 2 cent stamp to pay
pos age, one of his novel
ties called German Syrup and
August Flower Puzzle, It is a
great eye and nerve tester.
Mention this paper.
Mr. and Mrs. S Gill rejoice in
the arrival of a fine baby boy at.
their home Saturday noon
Dr. J. WarningervS0an,
[H] N
Office in rear of A.rcade
Saloon, 4th St 'Phone 50
Ownei of General Blackfoid, rocoid
2 12H, who will make the season of 1W4
jn Bonudji at a seince fee of $20 Five
Dollais casli and S1T when the mare is
known to be in foal Don't fail to see
him before bleeding your males
IS) ,1 iPD ll
Hand Painted
E WINTER. Leading Jeweler tf
All kinds of Engraving do ne free. iHf
Cut this out and
send your name
and a ct ess,
plainly written,
and we will mail
you a jar of
Ctdic Salve.
Send us 5 cents in po&tage to
pay for mailing same.
HY'NE Company
47 W- N. Av., Chicago III
Wait and see the finest line of
V*/ id
vJ, Of ft
Th Bazaar
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers ot this paper will
be pleased to learn that there is
at least one dreaded disease that
science has been able to cure in
all its stages, and that is catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity Catarrh be
ing a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutor al treatment.
Hall's Catarih Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the
loundation of the disease, and
giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and
assisting nature in doing its
work. The pi vprietors have so
much faith in its curative powers
that they offer One Hundred Dol
lars for any case that it fails to
Send for list of testimon
ials. Address F. J. Cheney &
Co Toledo, O. Sold by all drug
gists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
Subscribe for the Pioneer.
See Ou
ir\ New aid Up-to-Date
coats suits skirts
Broke Into His House.
S. Lo Quinn of Cav,endish, Vt.,
was robbed of his customary
health by invasion of chronic con
stipation. When Dr. King's New
Life Pilk broke into his house,
his trouble was arrested and now
he's entirely cured. They're
guaranteed to cure, 25c at all
Money to LoanI am prepared
to handle all first class lai
loans promptly. Call on or ad
dress T. J. Miller & Co. Bemidji
entering our night classes
before October 19 will re
ceive two months tuition
Absolutely ppee.
Tlnsoffei onh co\eiscommoicial work
andcleucal woikusuallv doneinofflce*
Bemidji Commercial College,
J. CONWAY, Principal.
Box 744, 108 Sixth Street, between
Bemidji and Beltrami Avenues.
..Special Underwear
3 JL ILs
fifty Dozen Men's Wool Underwear
Made in English Worsted fashion ribbed. Guaranteed all
woolGray colors and all sizes, unapproached short of 1
A saving of over 331-3 per cent.
Watchl OurfeDisplay^ Window.
Bemidji Minn.
Baby Pictures
Up-to-Date Work
PrVof Reasonable.
Eniaiging, Framing
and Finishing
for Amatuers.
Hakkerup Studio
Two Doors East of City Drug Store.

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