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The Bemidji daily pioneer. (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, November 02, 1904, Image 5

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All kinds of Engraving done free.
Cheapest Lots
In A Parts of the City.
Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Co.
JOHN F. GIBBONS, Local Agent.
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THE"FHULTLESS"
...STUMP PULLER...
Most Simple and Durable Stump Puller on the Market.
World's Fair Prize.
3WES WRIGHT Local Agent.
DR. F. E BRINKMAN,
CHIROPRACTIONFR.
OFFICE HOURS: 10 a. m. to Noon, and 1 to 5.30 p. m.
Ofllce-SWEOfiACK BUILDING.
Are Chiropractic Adjustments the same a.s Osteopath Treatments?
No. The Chiropractic and the Osteopath both aim to put in place
that which is out of place, to right that which is wrong, but the Path-
ology Diagnosis, Prognosis, an a Movements are entirely different.
One of my patients, W A. Casler, has taken both Chiropractic
and Osteopoth treatments The Chuopractie ten times moie direct
in the adjustments and the losults getting health ten timps more thor-
ough in one tenth of the time than an Osteopath would.
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C. W Hastings, President. A White, Cashier.
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Sheldon, Vice-Pres G. N Millard A^'t Cash
First National Bank,
^4 Savings Department in Connection. Fire Insurance.
When down town remember that
Your Dollar
buys more good things to eat than ever before. Call an
inspect our line
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Bemidii, Minnesota, &
General Baqkir^g Business.
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WEDNESDAY
RUSSIANS DRIVEN GUT
JAPS CAPTURE LAST FORTIFICA-
TION ON RIHLUNG MOUNTAIN
AT PORT ARTHUR.
OTHER ADVANCE POSITIONS OCCUPIED
BESIEGING FORCES GRADUALLY
DRAWING CLOSER TO TH E
INNER FORTRESS.
Chefoo, Nov 2The meager addi
tional details reaching Chefoo concern
ing the last geneial assault on Poit
Arthur, which began in a preliminary
way on Oct 24 and later developed
into the third attempt of the Japanese
to secure a commanding position, dis
close tuat on the night of Oct 28 the
Japanese who on Oct 26 had daringly
entrenched themselves on the slope of
RiMung mountain, forced their waj
fuither and drove the Russians from
their last tiench betoie that fortifi^a
tion The Russians retieated fiom
their tienches to the othei side of the
mountain
it is alleged that the Japanese might
ha\e enteied the foitification but they
lefiained fiom doing so, as it ^ould
obvioublj be impossible for them to
hold the nosition in the face ot the
hie which would be sine to be dncct
ed aeMns them tiom othei forts
It seems to be the intention of the
Japanese to entei smeial eoopeiatne
foits simultaneously oi not at all Tne
Japanese have found it impossible to
remain in any solitary foitihcation
while the othei big toits were able to
concentiate a fire upon them
The Japanese also have advanced
closer to Itze mountain, having occu
pied a position above the ciemation
woiks On the night of Oct 30 the
Japanese flag was seen flying over two
new positions, the names of which ai
not known to the mlormant of the
Associated Press coi respondent.
JAP OFFICIAL -REPORT.
Thousands of Guns Pounding Away at
Port Arthur.
Tokio, Nov 2Imperial headquai
ters has puolished a series of leports
covering the operations against Port
Aithur dunng the months of August,
September and October The chiet in
teres centeis in the tremendous at
tack which was begun Oct 26 and is
still continuing.
Thoubands ot Japanese guns began
battering against the noitherly and
easterly foits on Oct 2b, the infantiy
mowng forward with despeiate rushes
where the aitillery had piepared the
way, while the pioneeis and sappers
were limning mines against the Rus
sian foits.
The reports record a series of des
peiate encounters at close range and
tell a diamatic story.
THREE ARMIES IN FIELD
RUSSIA PLANS TO HAVE FIGHT-
ING FORCE OF OVER HALF
MILLION MEN.
St Petersburg, Nov 2 Accoi ding
to the day's advices fiom the theater
of wai no geneial engagement has yet
begun There was some skirmishing
Monday, but nothing serious No Japa
nese otfensive has developed so far,
the official reports show, although ad
vices lrom the extreme east are be
lated.
General Kaulbars, who is to succeed
General Kuropatkm in command of the
first aimy, has arrived heie
passed the entire day closeted with the
geneial stall and with General Alex
leff dnector of the bureau of opera
tions, studying the details of tho cam
paign in. the light of secret dispatches
and the wai office archives Kaulbars
is Kuropatkin's personal selection
Kaulbars' reconstituted first army
will include the First, Tenth and Se\
enteenth European corps, one corps of
rifles and two others to be sent out
The second army will consist of the
Eighth, Thnd and Sixteenth corps, one
rifle corps and two others not yet
designated
The third army will be composed of
six Siberian corps under General Line
vitch
When the present plans are realized,
which will not be earlier than the
spring, Russia will have three armies^
each of six corps, altogether over 500,-
000 men, the Fa East Th rifle
battalions, which are now beginning
to start tor the front, will provide two
of the corps intended for the first and
second armies.
Details Not Yet Completed.
St Petersbuig, Nov 2 According
to tue latest advices received at the
foreigu office here the details of the
lrtdrnati^nai commission which is to
inn ii^e into the North sea incident
pie being worked out London and
are ^ot jot f-nshed
Ba'tic Fleet Leaves Vigo.
Vi* Spam No/ 2All tbe Rus
e'an warsh-ips lelt he at S a in.
THE BE"' ?IONEE
RESORVOIR BURSTS
SEVENTEEN DEAD
Millions of Gallons of Water Dashed Up-
on a Populous District With N
Word of Warning.--Miners Killed.
Winston Salem, N. Nov. 2.The Winston reservoir burst
this morning at 5 20. Seventeen are known to be dead and several
others are missing. The north wall of the reservoir gave way caa
rymg millions of gallons of water into the nouses adjoining combin-
ing o\ er fifty people.
Wilkesbarro, Pa Nov. 2 Ten miners were killed here today
by the breaking of a steel cable while they were being lowered into
a colliery into Nanticoke. The carriage dropped several hundred
feet and every person on board perished.
OUT ARE WOUNDED
ONE FATALITY AS OUTCOME OF
HALLOWE'EN LARK NEAR
PORT HURON, rVHGH.
SHOTGUNS TURNED ON YOUNG MEN
FARMER AND THREE EMPLOYES
OPEN FIRE FROM BEHIND
A STRAW3TACK.
Port Huron, Mich Nov 2Roy
Lindsay, aged twentv seven 3 ears is
dying and seven other joung men are
nursing shot wounds which they le
ceived duimg a Halloween lark at
Smiths cieek near thxs city
The 0111 men, accompanied by
seveial otheis who were not wounded,
had gone to the faim of Joseph Lam
bert, who it is claimed, thieatened
previous to Tiallowe en that any pianks
attempted eti his expense would be
soveielj punished Th young men
had just stepped through his gate, it
is alleged, when Lambeit and his tlnee
hired toen fired on them with shot
guns fiom behind a stiawstaek Lmd
sav fell latahy wounded and the othei
seven diopped lo the giound Avith shot
vounds \anous paits ot then bod
les
It is oeheved that the fai mei hon
they fued tailed to lealize that thp
young men weie neai enough to be
senously liijmed bj the shot
HIT BY THEIR OT/V^ SHELLS.
Russian Cruiser Aurora Damaged by
Sister Ship.
Stt Petersburg, No 2It said
tna
St]
puvate mfoimatiov leceiveids here
confirms the Vigo report that the Rus
sian cruiser Aurora was struck by
missiles tiom the other Russian ships
and that hei chaplain arm was shat
teied bv a shot. The admiralty, how
ever, declares it has not any confirma
tion of the leport.
Stoves! I
1 Stoves! S
1 1 To make room for a large
I stock we are selling sec
1 ond hand cook, coal and
heating stoves for a
song, and the stoves are
stoves- are as good as
WeJ*r
1
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Call or phone to
I D0RAN BROS.
181
new. Call and see them.
i Phone 225. I
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Wiggle^ticl}
WASH BLUE
Costs 10 cents and equals 20 cents
worth of any other kind of bluing.
Won't Freeze, Spill, Break
Nor Spot Clothes
DIRECTIONS FOR USES
around in the Water.
At all wise Grocers.
"YOUR MONEY I S
NO GOOD"
and will be refunded to you if after vm
ng half a bottle of
THE FAMOUS
RHEUMATISM and
CURE
you are not gitisfied with results.
Thvs is our guarantee which goes with
every bottle &&&
For Sale and Guaranteed Only bw
A. GILMOUK & CO.
SinS
28 inch "Umpire Estate" Heating Stoves, regular price
special price
to
liESIBliailllll
WE
LUDINGTON'S
jj Extraordinary Special Cash Prices for
S Thursday November 5
To show you that our goods are the best that
money can buy and that our prices are right
we are going to offer the following cash bar-
gains for one day only:
22 inch "Umpire Estate" Heating Stoves, regular prfce $15:
special price
18 inch "Wonder" double-jacket Heating Stoves, regular price $9-
special price
26 inch "Wonder" double jacket Heaters, regular price $12-
special price
26-inch "Wonder" double jacket and cast top Heaters, regular price $15-'
special price
Common Air Tight Stoves,
for one dav onlv
We have the finest and most complete line of Cast and Mailable Ranges and Cook Stoves m-
eluding the famous "Majesti "Home Pride" and "Mesaba" Ranges and are going'
to make a special discount on all Ranges and Cook Stoves sold on that day!
Harness and Saddlery Department
will not have another chance to get your Winter Blankets and Harness at this low figure:
li inch short tug Britchen Harness, hand made complete regular price without col- vtf
lars, $36, special price for that day QO AA f^
2 inch short tug Britchen Harness, hand made (this'is what you will need if you are
going to do any hauling this winter) regular price without collars $38 special price 34.00
(And this is a good buy.)
2i-mch short tug Britchen Harness, hand made regular price complete without col-
lars, $40 special price 38 00
Genuine Minneapolis plated-throat Scotch Coila'rs, reg price $4.50 special price each 4 00
^xtra heavy wool faced draft collars, good value regular price $4 special price, each 3*.50
Heavy wool faced Collars, regular price $2.50 special price, each 9 00
0x80 blanket lined Horse Blankets, regular $2.25 special, each
84x90 white blanket lined Horse Blankets, regular $3.25 special price.... 29 0
84x90 extra heavy water-proof canvas blanket lined Blankets, a good value at $3 50-
special price, each
We want your business and can show you countless bargains all over the store. Piano Con-
test Tickets given with each purchase ot 25 cents or more. We give mail orders and
out of town orders as careful attention as if you make the purchases in person.
J. A. LUDINGTON, Bemidji, Minnesota,.
heartily approve of a Bargain Day, and to show
you our appreciation, we will, on Thursday next,
make the. LOWEST FIGURES ON LUMBER
that were ever heard of. Can't offer very much lumber
for a dollar, but we will give you ONE THOUSAND
FEETwhich means a wagon load of good short boards
for the low price of $6.00.
We also have Good Pine Shingles which will go for
$1 per M. Think of it! Only twenty-five cents per bunch.
Everything else on^the same basis.
If you are too busy down town picking up snaps in
the different stores, phone us and we will deliver the lum-
ber and load it on your wagon.
OUR TELEPHONE NUMBER IS 4 5
Crookston Lumber
Company
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Tike Laxative Bromo QuinineTaUets A
Seven HBBSoa boxes sold in post 12 months. ThlS SJgII&tnre9 S/^jCyT
118.00
13.00
7.50
9.00
12.00
1.95
for the ONEBargainsand DAY ONLY you
7 5
AA ImM
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VM* on every
box. 25c

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