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No other company offers such a variety of patterns for all purposes prices consistent and within the reach of all. Made by RATKBONE, SARD & CO., Western Foundries, Aurora, Illinois. If your dealer don't sell them write to the makers for name of nearest agency and free Copy of the Acorn Stove Book. TICKETS, FLEMING (L DOWNS AAAiWAAAAi^^ 3 BEAUIIfUL BEMIPJl 3 BUY RESIDENCE LOTS while they Lr cheap AND BUY BUSINESS LOTS while they are reasonable Prices Will NEVER. Again BeSoL ow Bemidji Towitsite & Improvement Co. H. A. SIMONS, Agent. Swedback Block. VVVVVV'V'rVV'VVVVVV'rw VirVTVV Stoves and Ranee 9 0 To California Every day, March 1 to May 15, 1905, inclusive, from St. Paul and Minneapolis to San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego and many other points on the Pacific coast, via the CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE 8, ST. PAUL RAILWAY and its connections. Tickets good in tourist sleepers. Through tourist sleeper for Los An geles via the SUNSHINE ROUTE (C. M. & St. P. R'y and Santa-Fe System) leaves St. Paul at 8:30 a. m. every Tuesday. Rate for double berth $6.75. These cars are fully equipped, clean and comfortable. For folders and particulars, address 365 Robert Street. HENR BUENTHE Naturalist and Taxidermist ao8 Second St. .Postofflce Box No. 686 BEMIDJI, MINN. BIRDS. WHOLE ANIMALS, FISH, FUR RUQS AND ROBES and OAME HEADS mounted to order and for sale. I carry at all times a good assortment of INDIAN RELICS and CURIOS. FUR GARMENTS made to order, repaired and remodeled FURS In season bought. guarantee my work mothproof and the most lifelike of any in the state B1Y WORK IS EQUALED BY PEW, PXCELLEO NONE^V- A Deposit Required on All Work .WS*v,'"iff" The 1900 line is the most perfect ever produced by any foundry in the world. W. B. DIXON, 'YOUR TRAD E'*S OLIOITED Subsjiito foriflif DaU Pioneer N W A ST. PAUIi. The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. PIONEER PUBLISHING CO. By R. W. HITCHCOCK. Diered In the postofflce at Bemidji, Minn., as second class matter. Official Paper Village of Bemidji SUBSCRIPTION $5 PER YEAR The City Election.fWf THE result of yesterday 'selec tion as to the composition of the next board of trustees is emin ently satisfactory to the people of Bemidji. While Mr. A. A. Carter would have made a most excellent councilman and Mr. A. E. Smith a very efficient record er, there was a general feeling on the part of all the citizens of the city that the present council had begun matters of great import ance and that it was that better to them should be intrusted the difficult task of carrying out these undertakings. Moreover the record of the council for effi ciency and trustworthiness com mended the council to the votes of all citizens regardless of per sonal differences of opinion and it must be a matter of great satis faction to all citizens to feel that Bemidji will continue to have a strictly business administration of city affairs. THE Colorado election scandal demonstrates that the stealing of elections is far from being a thing the past. The testimony thus far adduced leaves in the mind of the average newspaper reader the impression that the best thing to do would be to count both candidates out and make the lieutenant governor chief magi strate of the state. Nobody dis putes his election if he was not elected governor, he was at least elected, which is more than can be said for either Adams or Pea body from the testimony. IF THE new bill which has been introduced for the enlargement of thestate agricultural society will help to make Minnesota's great state fair greater, let it pass, but if it in any way endan gers the fair, it should be quickly killed. Minnesota has the best state fair on the continentit has become a national exhibition of the resources of the north westand it is not to be forgot ten that it has become so under the management of the state agriculoural society as at present constituted. MANCHURIA is the most awful slaughter pen in history. The number of killed and wounded in the far east is said to be half a million and in the recent Battle of Mukden alone the losses were close to two hundred thousand. Tnese figures are appalling. No thing like them is known in the world's history. And perhaps the worst is not yef, for an un civilized world sits calmly by and sees' this fearful and useless carnival of murder go on with out raising a finger to pre 7ent.it. THE conviction of Mrs. Chad wick at Cleveland will give satis faction from one end of the land to the other. There can be no question whatever of her guilt, but it looked much as though the technicalities of the law might save her, who is a greater crim inal than ninety nine out of a hundred who are convicted and sent to prison for similar offense. THE Minnesota "School of Agrf culture will graduate 101 stud ents next week. There is more cause for congratulation in this than in the fact that the state will graduate a hundred or more lawyers next June. Now that we" have heard of Minneapolis' success, we want an auditorium. fitS^Tl KUROPATKIN'S PEACE "saved" army lok much like what the bull dog left of the tramp's panta loons. COMMISSIONER GARFIELD'S re port was all fat-for a meat trust. THE towns and villages" have been saved for another year. appears to be a very coy bird in the far east. LARGERMEMBERSHIP PROPOSED FOR STATE AGRICUL- TURAL SOCIETY BY A BILL IN THE_HOUSE. SALARIES OF DISTRICT COURT JUDGES INCREASED BY SEN- ATE MEASURE. 4 St. Paul, March 14.An alleged "close corporation" in the affairs of the state agricultural society will be rudely disturbed if a bill proposed in the house Monday by James R. Hickey of Ramsey is passed. The Hickey bill is and amendment to the law of 1903 creating the state so ciety, and amends the law only as re lating to membership. The Hickey amendment gives the governor of the state authority to appoint three mem mers of the society from each county in the state not having a county fair or street fair association The present laAv gives each county, district or street fair association the right to name three members. It is pointed out that many of the county and street fair associations have long since gone out of business, but their officers continue to represent their so cieties as members of the state so ciety and to dominate its affairs. Mr. Hickey said that his bill is aimed to give a wider and larger mem bership to the state agricultural so ciety than now exists and to make it representative of the entire state. Anti-Cigarette Bill. Representative S. O. Morse of Slay-* ton introduced a bill which prohibits the manufacture, sale or giving away of cigarettes, cigarette paper for wrap pers or any paper or substitute for the purpose of being filled with tobacco. H. B. Chamberlain of Hennepin is 'author of a bill appropriating $1,000 for the compilation of the Minnesota laws relating to dependents and de linquents and institutions caring for the various Glasses of state charges.^: John Saari of Sparta is author of a bill which creates a county mine in spector. A closed season for prairie chickens to Sept. 1, 1907, will be effective in the event that the Zelch bill passes the legislature. A copy of the North Carolina dispen sary law was introduced in the house by J. H.-Morley of Owatonna. "vV. P. Roberts of Hennepin proposes a primary party affiliation register, in a bill introduced in the house. E. E. Adams of Fergus Falls intro duced two bills which create a bureau for the protection of children an dumb animals and* appropriate ?2,500 annually for the support of the bu reau. A bill introduced by B. S. Bennett of Polk creates a one-fifth of a mill tax for the support of the state agricul tural college. Th e. "barbed wire" telephone bill made its biennial appearance in the house. It was introduced by S. D. Pe terson of Brown. FOR DISTRICT COURT' JUDGES. Senate. Bill Would Increase Their, Salffc. nes. t^ areae&rfi* A bill to increase the salaries of all district court judges was introduced in the form of a report by -the judiciary committee of the senate Monday. In place of the $3,500 salary now paid such judges by the state, the salary shall be $4,200 in all district except the three largest ^counties. In Ram sey, Hennepin and'St. Louis countries the salaries shall be $5,000.'-# .A bill by -Senator Mauten would ^^^S wmm In W^k 9 BB BHBI Menstrual disorders, leucorrhoea/ bear- lag down pains, sap the vitality out of womanhood. Wine of Cardui makes motherhood possible because it cures these troublesnot simply temporarily relieving the pain, but driving out these diseases completely. jw# ?lf|Wine of Cardui fits a woman for every duty Of life. w-ew^wB Three Happy Mothers MRS. C. SEAMA.NN, of Greely, Neb.f\l was in bad health and suffered 'great pain at the monthly periods. After using Wine of Cardui I was greatly relieved and two months ago gave birth to a fineboy baby. rT^- MRS. TOM MURRAY, of Rocheport, Mo.: Two years ago I'spent about' half the winter in bed. In February I commenced to take your Wine of Cardui. I was better at once and in a month was like a different person. My baby was born on Easter morning and my health has been good ever since. Every expectant mother should use this excellent medicine. H. Gk SHELBY, of Monterey, La.: Year before last I paid $50.00 doctor bills for my wife. After that my wife used one bottle of Wine of Cardui and nine months after she gave birth to a thirteen pound boy baby and I haven't paid any doctor bill since. l%i. Wine of Cardui is yours to take today." I \fC You can. secure a $I.OO bottle from your druggist. THE state senate has fired its firemen."V-Nothing in his office b?came the fireman like the leav-~ ing of it. F. E. COOLEYf Painter, Paper Hanger and Decorator. Phone A first class FOR SHLEI -BY J. P. DUNGAIxF, Phone 294. ..Tremont Hotel.. STRUBECK & DEMPSEY Prop. Combin ed wi th Restaurant Meals at All Hours. Furnished Rooms. Open Day and Night. Sign of the Big Black Bear legalize^ deposits of county money realized hy sales of county-road bonds, where the same' are placed to the credit of the general fund, instead of the road and bridge fund. Senator Shell introduced a bill au thorizing county boards to extend ditches to new outlets and make a sec ond asseissment against the lands benefited. A resolution was introduced by Sen ator Lord and passed by a rising vote, adding Senators Fitzpatrick, Everett and Brower to the judiciary commit tee. The committee now consists of twenty-two members. Senator Fitz patrick and Everett are Democrats. A bill by Senator Eberhardt, relative to the participation of the national guard in army maneuvers, was passed. Senator Wood's bill, permitting the admission of wives, widows and moth ers of soldiers to the soldiers' home, was passed unanimously. Senator Thorpe's bill, defining and providing punishment for the crime of "common and habitual liquor selling "without lioense," was passed. Senator Collester's bill, making it a misdemeanor for any one to willfully disfigure a monument, shade tree or to ken of affection in cemetery grounds, was passed. The bill to place the statue of Alex ander Ramsey in the halls of congress "was recommended to pass. The cost Is $15,000. -_- Senator Stone's mileage'bill bill was on the calendar and passed without dissent. Under the terms of the bill, Tailroad mileage books are transfer able and may be used by the holders of the same without formal assign ment. The senate passed the "bill abolish ing the office of senate fireman. One Cent a. Word. 283. ..Nymore House.. houseorr fo board. by the dajT i week month Transient trade solicited. .T. Moser, Proprietor^ Dr. J. Warninger Veterinary Surgeon Office Phone 78. Residence 114 Irvine Avsnue Phone 248. Located at Bagley Livery Barn -All Kinds of ..WOOD-. J^~i^} The anti-bucket shop bill was 'on general orders, the author being Sena tor Ward, who proposed an amend ment that the hill shall, not apply to cities of over 50,000. The amendment "prevailed. Progress on the bill was reported. i&-" Fatal Gas Expiosion.S% Pittsburg, March 15.As the result of a "gas explosion at the home of Jacob Bitzcr Mrs. Bitzer was burned to death, Amelia Hopkins, a friend, was fatally injured and two houses, were completely wrecked. Several. I firemen were slightly .hurt by the rooC falling in. ^J, Pii ON E E WANT COLUMN O YO WAN ^$P&3 To Rent a Room Get a Girl Sell a FamgP*-"- f| Buy a Horeei|i^ Hire a Man %.$/$ the Lost ^P YOU CAN DO IT HERE IF ANYWHERE Is^ And for 15 cents HELP WANTED. WANTEDGirl housework. E. for general L. Navlor. WANTEDGirl for general housework. Mrs. C. E.-Albrant or Bemidji Steam Laundry. WANTEDFor U. S. army able bodied, unmarried men be tween ages of 21 and 35, citi zens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. For in- PROFESSIONAL ..CARDS.. LAWYERS. mm D. H. FISK Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office opposite Hotel Markham. P. J. RusseLV Attorney at Law BEfliDJi. niNN. Bailey & McDonald LAWYERS Bemidji. ninn. Office: Swedback Block PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. L. A. Ward, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Diseases of t-he Eye a specialty. Glasses fitted. Dr. Rowland G-ilmore Physician and Surgeon Office: rules Block Dr. Blakeslee Physiciau and Surgeon Office: fliles Block. Bemlnfi Dr. E. H. Marcum Physici an and Surge on Office: Swedback Block Residence Phone-asi Office Ph.ne 18 DENTISTS. Dr. R. B. Foster, E N I S MILES BLOCK. Dr. O. M. Smith, DENTIST Office over E. H. Winter's Store. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. Palace Cafe, FRED THROM, Prop. Meals at All Hours. 219 Third Street. DRAY AND TRANSFER. Wes Wright, Dray and Transfer. Phone 40. 404 Beltrami A VP. Tom Smart, Drav ataS Baggage, Safe and Piano Moving a Specialty. Phone No. 58 I 618 America A venue Wood For Sale! I have for sale an unlimit ed quantity of Pine Jack Pfne and Tamarack Wood in any lengths. D. S. DENNIS, 710 America Ave. Bemidji. New Wood Shop T. iW. HARVEY, Prop. Wagon Work and General Repairing LiQeated in Pingle's Blacksmith 1\ shop, two blocks west of tf city hall. F. O. JE. Fraternal Order of Eagles, Bemidji AerieNo. 351. Mec*vr Wednesday at $ p. m., *-*T Qiimour's Hall. ,1 A. T. Wueefeck, W. President H. LeBleu, W. Secretary VMttac Ewrlea cordially Invited. A Favorite Remedy for Babies. Its pleasant taste and -prompt cures have made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a favorite with the mothers of email children. It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any danger of pneumonia or -other serious consequences. ?or sale by Bark er's Drug Store. FOR SALE. FOR SALEAn eight room ***r* house on Fourth street. Terms *t reasonable. Box 755 Bemidji. FOR SALEFifty young pigs, five and six weeks old. Wes Wright. itmesota & Intel --RAILWAY COMPANY In Connection with the ..Northern Pacific. RAILWAY COMPANY. Provides the best train passenger service between Northorne, Hovey Junc tion, Blackduck, Bemidji, Walker and intermediate points and Minne apolis, St. Paul, Farg-o and Duluth and all' points east, west and south. Through coaches between Northorne and the Twin Cities. No change of cars. Ample time at Brainerd for dinner. Daily ex. STATIONS Daily ex. Sunday Sunday 6:30 a. m. Lv Northorne Ar p. m. 7:30 6:55 a.m. Ar.. Hovey Junction.. Lv. p.m. 7:05 7:10 a. m.Lv Blackduck Lv.p 6:50 727 Tenstrike Lv. 6:31 7.42 Turtle 6:16 8:20 Bemidji 5:50 9:38 ...Walker 4:22 10:07 Hacketisack 3:50 10:25 Backus 3 32 10:46 Pine River 8:11 11.05 Pequot 2:52 12:05 a. m. Ar Brainerd Lv p. in.2:00 Daily except Sunday 6:00 a. m. Lv Kelliher Ar. p.m. 7:45 6:45 a. m. Ar.. .Hovey Junction.. .Lv. p. m. 7:10 N. P. RY. Brainerd Ar. 1:05 p. in. Lv Brainer Ar m. 1:05 2:05 Little Falls Lv. lS^ 3:04 St. Cloud a.m. 11:05 4:37 .....Anoka 9:48 5:20 Ar Minneapolis Lv. 9:10 5:50 Ar St. Paul Lv. a. m. 8:40 Ar. p. Lv. a. ni Ws FOR RFNT. j^y2&~~-& FOR RENTFive room cottago, 905 Minnesota Ave. Apply at Schroeder's store. TO. RENTFurnished rooms. Mrs. Edward Kaiser, 609 Be midji avenue. MISCELLANEOUS. FOUR NEW TOWNS on the Thief River Falls extension. First class openings for all kinds of business and investments. Ad dress A. D. Stephens, Crooks ton, Minn. LOST AND FOUND. formation apply to Recruiting FOUNDLadies chatalene bag, Pfficer, Miles block, Bemidji. Inquire at E. H. Winter & Co, Minnesota. I store. Js" it 1 j?i 12:35 11:49 9:50 8:58 8:40 1:10 p. m. Lv Brainerd 1:53 Aitkin. 3:43 Carlton 4:38 West Superior 4:55 Ar Duluth Lv 1:25 p. m. Lv Brainerd....Ar. p.m. 12-45 6:00 Ar Fargo Lv.a. 8:00 W. H. QEMMELL. A. WALKER General Manager, Affent. Brainerd Bemidji. Great Northern R'y ALL POINTS IN THE NORTHWEST EAST BOUND. No. 1(8...Park Rapids Line..5:30a. m. (Connects with Flyer at Sauk Centre, arrives Minneapolis about 3:00 p. in., formerly 4:45 No. 31.. .Duluth Express.. .12:27 p.m 36 12:49 a.m WEST BOUND 33 35 Fosston Line 3:52 p. m. 2:55 a. m. ..Park Rapids Line7:50 Full information from E. CHAMBERLAIN, Agent Bemidji. Minn 107 KMKlMMgKg|5!|grei I When your pump or water pipes freeze up, do not wait until they burstbut phone to D0RA N BROS. No. 225 and have them thawed out. MjgKiaMaflgMsSiMKi: 1 5 MON S OLSO N 5 MERCHANT TAILOR 1 %^m Choice Fabrics to select from. Fit and Satisfaction guaranteed. Cleaning and Repair- ^s, -As 33? 4$ il r-f"** jgm ing promptly done?