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The Bemidji daily pioneer. [volume] (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, July 14, 1905, Image 4

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DAMS CAUSE
MUCEWORRY
Large invests af War Over
Maintenance of Missis
sijipi Reservoirs.
NORTH COUNTRY CLAIMS THEY
WtittlFLOW LANDS.
Resident Along River Below the
bstms Maintain They Are
Wecessary.
The large reservoirs maintain
ed by the government at Leech
Lake, Wuuubigoshish and other
points on the upper Mississippi,
are causing much worry to resi
dents of the north country as
well a? people who live on the
river bHow the site of the dams.
In fact, there is a fight on be
tween the northern and southern
portion.- of the state, the north
country people demanding that
the rnaintainence of the reser
voirs he ceased, while those of
the south declare that they are a
public necessity.
This year there has been a
large amount of lands located
along the river above the dams
overflowed, and owners of the
land claim that the overflow is
caused by the operation of the
dams, n-ti the water is held back
to such an extent that the water
reaches level above the banks
Of the rivtrr.
R( s"der. i of Cass Lake, Aitkin,
Bemidji u other points on the
upper Mississippi are now clam
oring l\.r ihe removal of the dams
while the people of Minneapolis
and othtT cities on the river be
low ih.j h.m are making an ef
fortto prevent the discontinuance
of the reservoirs,
The ive-ch country is, as a
whole, prj.e.tically united against
the /n,iiritaie.anee of the dams,
and one of the objects of the
drainage ioa^ue recently formed
in Beoiidji is to secure the aid of
senators un representatives in
congress in -enuringthe removal
of the (ivi.ms.
Nuw Siiiwe May Be Built.
The rink man hotel building,
which height
is be three stories in
suul one of which the
midji is
something
success.
I&IIHI lt
city sh.e.l.i be proud, is nearing Cass Lake. The trip down the
compieiu.n, aid the building of river is pleasant and the excite-
the Duhnl. Brewing company ment of shooting the swift rapids
east of ihe Brinkman is also of the river add greatly to the
nearly tinishod. Bacon & Brown, charm of the excursion."
who ihe lot next to the
Brewing company's building,
are t'jtUin^ of putting up a build-!
ing to
jiverv
be used as a first class I[
n.l i.ou'ding stable. Be-1t,ii
.-tewing center needs
etin Tonight.
'A pruetioe meetiug of the Be
midji uul will be held at the
city hall thi
promptly ai
pected thai
who striited
Port Huron.
evening beginning!
o'clock. It is ex-j
the new director,
for Bemidji from
Mich, on July.10,
will bo present.
I Rings! Rings! Rings!
rings' WE TAKEi the lead. rings I ArvJC wi icau We have in stock
the lineal selection of LADIES' and GENTNEMEN'S
Goki I tings ever displayed in Northern Minnesota.
MURDERER
TURNS TALE
Theodore Larsen, Who Con
fessed Murder of Nels Nel
son Changes Story.
Crookston Times: Theodore
Larsen, the confessed murderer
of Nels Nelson in this city Nov
ember 16, '1904, has turned his
tale and now denies any complic
ity whatever in the crime which E.
he has said to have confessed to.
Larsen day before yesterday ex
hibited a pronounced change of
heart, and turned directly
around in his statements, saying
that whatever he had stated
while under the influence of
liquor, or while his mind was
wobbly, was entirely foreign to
his memory and not correct.
He has in other words denied
the truthfulness of his own writ
ten confession made before a
justice of the peace at Nor,thome
in which he states point blank
and before witnesses that he
killed Nelson in this city, some
time in November. The change
in his demeanor is a startling
surprise to the authorities^ but
of what use it will be to the ac
cused is hard to determine. His
affidavit confessing the murder
of Nelson is in the possession of
the county officials, and it will be
hard for him to prove that he
was not of sound mind whea
appending his name to the in
strument, as several witnesses
as well as the justice of the peace
were present at the time.
Further than that he has related
his story of the tragedy, in the
identical style and manner five
or six times to various people of
Northome and to Sheriff Gonyea.
Tips of the Tongue
Citizen: "It is to the interests
of the people of Bemidji to aid
as much as possible in the efforts
of Minneapolis and St. Paul to
secure the construction of the
M. & I. to Koobhiching before
the Duluth, Virginia and Eainy
Lake railway reaches that city."
Mayor Henderson: "The rais
ing of the Mississippi bridge
east of Lake Bemidji will add
greatly to the number of people
traveling by water up and down
the river between Bemidji and
Earl (jeil:l "All firemen in thi
sectiono of the state should make
fire
pood in all lines of
attend, if
a
in
SCHOOL
possible,s
international convention of
Duluth next month,
department chiefs that will
nel(*
af
United States and
tti
business m.t..i another good livery i Thereowill be chiefs from every
and boiir.ling stable should beaj
par
Europe, and even Manila will be
represented. One of the features
will be the display of fire appara
tus, tests of which will take place
L)Y one whole day of the conven-
tion."
Commissioners Adjourn.
The board of county commis
sioners, which has been in'ses
{sion for several days past, last
i night adjourned to meet Aug. 1.
Rings-Artistically Wrought and set with genuine
Distiimnds. Kubys, Emeralds. Saphires, Opals, Amethyst,
eU\ Those goods are attracting considerable attention.
W BUY direct from factory, Having the exclu-
aue.A-i.le from the largest Ring factory in the (J. S.
a.ir\gs Engraved While You Wait.
Geo. T. B^ker (EL Co.
Located in City Drag Store.
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ELECTION
1,
Annual Meetiog for Election
of Officers Will Be Held
Tomorrow Night.
CITIZENS SHOULD TUKN OUT
TO ELECTION.
F. Crawford, A. A. Warfield
and J. P. Lahr Will Be
Candidates
The annual meeting of the
electors of Independent School
District No. 7 for the purpose of
electing officers to succeed W.
G. Schroeder, J. J. Jinkinson
and E. P. Crawford, and for the
transaction of such other busi
ness as mayproperly come before
the meeting, will be held at the
school building tomorrow even
ing commencing at 7 o'clock.
The election of new officers to
the school board is a matter in
which every citizen of the city
should be interested, and all
voters should turn out and elect
the right men for the positions.
Pew candidates have an
nounced themselves. E. P, Craw
ford, one of the retiring mem
bers of the board, has an
nounced that he will be a can
didate for re election for the
.term of one year, and A. A. War
field and J. P. Lahr will ask the
voters to support them for three
year terms. Each of the above
men are prominent in business
circles of the city and will no
doubt make excellent school offi
cers if tney are chosen.
Mrs. George Carlton is con
fined to her home with sickness.
BRIGHT S
DISEASE
Many people who are neglecting
symptoms of kidney trouble,
hoping "it will wear away," are
drifting towards Bright's Disease,
which is kidney trouble in one of
its worst forms.
FOLEYS
KIDNEY
stops irregularitiesr strengthens!
the urinary organs and builds up
the worn-out tissues of the kid
neys so they will perform their
functions properly. Healthy kid
neys strain out the impurities
from the blood as it, passes I
through them. Diseased kidneys
do not, and the poisonous waste i
matter is carried by the circulation
to every part of the body,.causing
dizziness, backache, stomach
trouble, sluggish liver, irregular
heart action, etc.
you have any signs of Kidney
or Bladder trouble commence tak
ing FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
at once, as it will cure a slight dis
order in a few days and prevent
a fatal malady. It is pleasant to
take and benefits the whole system.
How to Find Out.
You can easily determine if your kid
neys are out of order by setting aside
for 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed
upon arising. If upon examination, it
is cloudy or milky or has a brick-dust
sediment or small particles float about
in it, your kidneys are diseased, and
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE should be
taken at once.
G. B. Burhaiis Testifies After
Four Years.
C. B. BariiMt of Carlisle Center, N. Y., writes:
I "About four years ago I wrote you stating that
I had beea entirely cured of a severe kidney
troubleby taking less than two bottles of Foley's
Kidney Cure. It entirely stopped the brick
dust sediment and pain and symptoms of kidney
disease disappeared. I am glad to say that I
have nfrfr had a return of any of those svmp-
t.. Hi? the four years that have elapsed,
a: i evidently cared to stay cured, and
hr i rp woo i amendFoley's Kidney Cure to anj
on-' ...Tcriu from kidney or bladder trouble.**
Two Sizes, SO. and lOO. 'Til
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED I
i 11 irker's Dittg*Stor
TO^ESTABLISH
^BRANCH OFFICE
Naval Recruiting Station Be
ing Established in Be
midji Today,
Capt. George Thorpe, in charge
of the naval recruiting stations
in Minnesota and the two Da
kotas, is in the city today from
St. Paul to establish a branch
office in Bemidji. The establish
ment of the station will be made
at once, but about a week will
elapse before an officer will ar
rive to take charge of the station.
Bemidji is regarded as one of the
most promising cities for secur
ing recruits in this section of the
northwest, owing to its location
in the midst of a large number of
lumber camps, and it is thought
that a large number of men may
be secured for the service here.
Capt. Thorpe states that the
naval seryice is pernaps the most
interesting of any of the U. S.
government. The term of en
listment for men now being se
cured in Minnesota and the Da
kotas is four years. After a
recruit has first been accepted
he is sent to the navy yard at
San Francisco, where he receives
his preliminary training. Prom
there he goes to sea in one of the
large battleships, serves at one
of the navy yards on the Atlantic
or Pacific coast, or is sent to one
of the island possessions of the
United States. No recruit is
given isolated service.
A number of the men in charge
of sub stations under Capt.
Thorpe have been all over the
world twice during their first
term of enlistment, some having
taken caravan voyages into the
heart of Africa.
At the present time there are
12 offices being operated in
Minnesota and North and South
Dakota. Three of these are cen-
Men's Outing
Suits 2:, and 33
per cent Reduc-
tion. Si ng1e
Breasted, made
from Homespuns
and Irish Tweed
Cuffed Trousers,
half lined, $12.00
suits at
$7.50
$1.00
250 Swell Stylish Shirts,
swell Madras, Oxfords
and Percales stylish
shirts detatched or at-
tached cuffs, beautiful
colorings, here at
$1.00
i,
Neckwear
I Dainty French. Foulard
Neckwear, dark with white
figures, narrow and Pt(\^
wide shapes rf
|g|
t^P
DITCH DRAINS
fggLARGE TRACT
for the station
National bank.
,tJ\lv
-M''
Much Land Being Benefitted
by Drainage Ditch in
Swamp Near Kelliher.
Special Agent Cornwall of the
interior department has returned
to Bemidji from a land inspecting
tour in the vicinity of Kelliher.
Mr. Cornwall during his travels
had occasion to cross the Kelliher
ditch, which extends from Kelli
her in the direction of Shotley.
The ditch has been completed
for a distance of about two and
one-half miles and it is already
doing much good to land in the
swamp tributary to it. For a
distance of a quarter of a mile on
each side of the ditch the land
is practically dry and the water
now flowing through the ditch
has a current of about twovmiles
an hour. The ditch is eight feet
wide and two feet deep.
Sunday Excursions.
The Columbia will give excur
sions Sunday starting around the
lake from the Third street dock
at 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. All are
invited.
of Lake
today.
Mr. and Mrs. Chase
George were in the city
Mrs. Chase is suffering with an
illness with which she has been
afflicted for some time past and
came to Bemidji for, medical
treatment.
George Tanner is confined to
his home at the corner of Min
nesota avenue and Fifth street
wiih a severe attack of blood
poisoning which set in several
days ago.
QuaJitySatisfaction
Clothing Fbr All Mankind.
End-of-the Season Price Reduc-
tions of High Q\j^lity Clothing.
Fashionable imported and home^ weave
garments from the best producers, sub-
jected to decisive cutting JMen'sr and
young men's superior $20 and $18 suits
European Mohair liwed worsteds, worth $20 fop'.*..
Superior Silk mixed worsteds worth $20, for.
Scotch Chevoits richly made, worth $18, for..
English Wenbydale Clays, worth $20, for...,::.'.
Pin Checked worsteds, worth $20, for
Pall Mall Grey worsteds, worth $20, for..
SHIPPED NOOSE
MEAT ILLEGALLY
*C
Former Member ofGame and
Fish Commission Tried at
Northome Today.
County Attorney McDonald
left last night for Northome,
where he will represent the state
in the case against B. H. Ward of
Fairmont, who is accused by the
state game and fish commission
of having, on Nov. 18 last, illegally
shipped 0he hide?% and hind
quarters of a female moose from
Northome to Fairmont. The case
is attracting much attention, as
Ward was formerly a member of
the state game and fish com mis
sion.
GAMES YESTERDAY.
Crookston 0, Winnipeg
Duluth 5, Grand Forks 6.
Fargo 3, Superior 2.
^^^P^^ct Court of the United States for
the District of Minnesota. Sixth Division.
In the matter of Frank Carson bankrupt in
bankruptcy.
To the Honorable William Lochren. Judge of
the United States District Court tor the
District of Minnesota.
Franyk"ren
tbeS
S
Si
,i^
rct
tral stations, located at St. Paul,
Minneapolis and Duluth.
Capt. Thorpe has made ar
rangements for rooms to be usdJFerg"~Sai"-"ej
i
pPectfully represents, that on the
14th day^f March last past he was duly ad
judged a bankrupt under the acts of
SlSJXSi*0
bankruptcy l^a has
if
U*
over the Firfct
day of July, A. D. 1905.
seal of the CHARLES L. SPENCER.
Court Clerk.
By J,. A.LevQrsen. deputy Clerk.
Tan Shoes
and Oxfords
Florsheim's "and Regent'" tan shoes arict
Oxfords, Lace.,and Button clean stock
and flawless, remaining part of our large
stock of season's correct styles
Striking Reduction for,
quick selling
Hosiery#.$$ 's'2 &A '&'-
Envelage Toe Fancy Hos
eryshapes itself to the
foot new designs val-%
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'u~
yc
*ato Minnesota and in said
Carson, of Bemidji in the county of
a
i
dCongresssuryl
rendered all ofc his property and rights of
property and has fully complied with all of K&
the rectuirements of said aets and of the or
wi
to
C(
ching his bankruptcy. *M
urf
Wherefore he prays that he may be decreed
by the court to hare a full discharge from all W*
debts provable agrainst his estate under said X%
bankrupt acts, excepting such debts as are ex
cepted by law from such discharge.
Date.d May 12,1905. ,,~-Vr
FRANK CARSON
Bankrupt. -WjJ
United States,District Court. District of Min-""" "f*
nesotaSixth Divisionss. "X
nutbi,s
D- MB on read
Jul
A
aa
llt
me the foregoing petition it is1905, ordered the
Court, that a,a hearing be had upon the same
2lVe
/H
1 A beforby said
court, .at St. Paul, in said district, at 10 '-A
oclock^m theforenoon andthatnotice^ thereoS
be published{ theM Bemidj^i Pioneer, a news-^
B^&SSS
est niay appear
atif
the
rv^
saidytime
and
placethy and/show cause any the have wh
prayer ol the said petitioner should not be
granted.
And it is further ordered by the court that
i-ne clerk shall send by mail to
creditors copies of said petition and
der, addressed to them
adistrictplaces
tbereof-orntasknowthilal
^ea,I
their of resi
aii^
dence as stated.
Witness,
on the llth,
tfc/fc5 Hon. Page Monis. judge
sa
aIls
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Underwear
Union Suits of ^Munsing
make, improved elastic seat
non-binding-jTT here
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