W mix paints to order. Jones fit
A. H. Farris is here from Bag-
H. D. Bower of Guthrie is in
B. Reid is down from Black-
Burk of Kabecona, Minn.,
is in town.
Tom Harvey at the bat at Reed
& Knudson's. 61-tf
J. C. McCall arrived from St.
Paul last night.
J. C. Shultz came down* from
B. E. Bearing came up from
W. H. Strachan arrived from
Brainerd last night.
For sale, tamarack wood, any
length. C. E. Carson. 8-tf
Mrs. R. Pacha of Blackduck
is visiti ng friends in the city to-
Great clearance sale on skirts
and waists at the Bernian Em
Furnished rooms for rent over
the Boyer building. Inquire
The Daily Pioneer want col
umns are good result getters.
Special sale on dress goods
and table linens at the Berman
Attorney G. W Campbell re
turned last night from a trip to
the Twin Cities.
Fresh raspberries, direct from
growers, every day this week, at
During the illness of Treasurer
Shinn, Earl Carson is acting as
deputy in the treasurer's office.
Leave orders for hand made
silk laces with Mrs. Lillibridge, 919
Bemidji avenue. Collars from
$1.50 to $25. 63-6t
Mrs. Dunlevy of Grand
Forks arrived yesterday to spend
an outing on the shores of the
If ou wish to buy a fine lot or
farm in a good location, see T.
Beaudette, the tailor, before buy
L. H. Brown, at one time re
porter for the Daily Pioneer, left
for Anaconda, Mont., on the 3
o'clock train this morning.
Leave your orders for paper
hanging, decorating, painting and
sign writing with Steece, at Beau
dette's tailor shop. 47tf
Mat Falin of Blackduck and a
party of friends are in Bemidji
today. They are on their way to
Deer River. From there they
will go to the head waters of the
Big Fork and follow the river to
Last call for Minnesota rasp-
berries- Call or telephone your
order, stating the day they are
wanted. Peterson, Jr. Phone
184. .,_ ZZSltf.
The Y. S. C. E excursion
on the lake last evening was a
success. The Ranger and the
Bertha were the boats used.
They left the dock shortly after
eight o'clock and made the trip
around the lake.
Kindly phone your orders for
fruits, berries and vegetables be
fore 5 o'clock and oblige.
Peterson, Jr. 67-tf
Mrs. E. McDonald returned to
jBemidji from St. Paul last night
in company with her husband.
She has been seriously ill at the
St. Joseph hospital for some time
past and on June 14 Dr. Stone
performed an operation on her.
She was able to leave the institu
tion last Thursday.
One hundred and sixty acres of
good pasture and water two and
one-half miles from town for
horses and cattle. Inquire at
Big Feed barn. 53-tf
MILES BRICK BLOCK, BEMIDJI, MIXX
County Commissioners Re
fuse to Make Nymore Into
QUESTION TOOK UP MOST O
THE MOtfXIXG SESSION.
Business to Come Before Board
Will Not Be Completed
The board of county commis
sioners is in session at the court
house today. A discussion of
the petition to form a new school
district out of the townsite of
Nymore and territory surround
ing took up all the morning. The
petition asked that the new dis
trict comprise the two mill park
additions, Nymore, two whole
sections of the Bemidji inde
pendent district and four sec
tions of School District Number
4, described in detail as follows:
The southeast quarter of sec
tion sixteen (16), all of section fif
teen (15), all of section fourteen
(14), the north one-half of section
twenty-two (22), the northwest
one-quarter of section twonty
three (23), the southeast one
fourth of section ten (10), and all
of section eleven (11), town 140,
range 33, in the township of Be
midji in said Beltrami county,
There are 130 persons residing
in this territory and the number
of children of school age is 47.
The board of trustees of school
district No". 4 engaged Attorney
W. Street to appear before the
commissioners and work against
the proposition. Delegates from
the districts interested were
present to put their side of the
story before the commissioners.
The county attorney said that
sections of an independent dis
trict could not be taken out with
out a vote of the people.
The commissioners adjourned
as neon to meet again at 1:30
o'clock. I may be two or three
days before they can take a final
A the Presbyterian church
next Sunday the morning sub
je ct will be, "Praying Amiss
Regular services at the E.
church Sunday morning and
evening. The morning sermon
will be on the subject, "The
Spirits Quickening." The even
ing service will be a prelude to
the encampment. The service
will be patriotic. Rev. U. A.
Foster, the pastor, never fails to
touch the spot when he talks on
patriotic themes. His subject
will be "AmericaHer Perils
and Her Opportunities." All the
citizens, and especially the veter
ans of the 60's are invited. There
will be special music, including a
song by the male quartet. Ever y
$56080 acres two and one
half miles directly north of the
thriving city of Bemidjithi is
a level piece of land with small
timber it should make a good
general or stock farm: includes
theNi, SW, Sec. 28, Twp 147,
$1000200 acres in compact
body, five miles north of the town
of Turtle River, two miles from
shipping station, five miles from
Tenstrike: my reports show black
loam soil with clay subsoil: sev
eral thousand posts and poles,
which will sell readily at neigh
boring stations also includes
good meadow land: this is as good
land as grows in Beltrami count v.
SWi of NW, W of SWi Sec.
E 4 of SE-i of Sec. 6, Twp. 148,
W. D. WASHBURN, JR.,
302 Guaranty Loan Bldg.,
Great Northern and Sooare Build
ing Cross Country
The Great Northern will ex
tend its Pelican Eapids branch
through the White Earth reser
vation, parelleling the Soo line
survey of its projected Glenwood
St. Vincent for a considerable
distance, to a connection at Foss
ton with its cross-country line
from Duluth to Carman.
The route of the Great North
ern extension as given on semi
official authority, is from Pelican
Rapids, via Buck Mills, Oak Lake,
Richwood, White Earth, Beaulieu
and Hansvillo to Fosston. The
territory covered lies between
the Great Northern's main line
west and its Park Rapids branch,
and has no railway facilities at
present except the cross lino of! of the settlers in this
the Northern Pacific in the ex-1 regard to the land office
tremo southern portion. It is
considered probable that the
White Earth reservation will be
opened within a few years, af
fording, with the extensive agri
cultural districts north and south
of it, an excelle nt field for rail
SOLD"S ATTEMPT LYNCHING.
Police Armed With Rifles Quell the
Leavenworth, Kan." July 14.Unit-
ed States soldiers from Fort Leaven
worth attempted to lynch Everidge
WilliamT'affa Walter Brown, negroes,
last night, and for more than an hour
the entire police force was kept busy
quelling the trouble. Williams and
Brown had engaged in a row with sol
diers and one of them fired a number
of shots at a soldier. The soldiers
then congregated in gre|t nurnbi
and it was decided to lynch the ne
groes if they could be found. Twenty
five soldiers and a number of citizens
went to the homes of Williams and
Brown and surrounded both houses.
Ropes had been secured and every
thing was in readiness for a lynching.
Policemen with rif.es and revolvers
appeared on the scene and finally suc
ceeded in getting Brown and Williams
away to the police station. A number
of soldiers with revolvers were arrest
ed, but were later released.
MULLINS IS CAPTURED,
Leader of Mutiny in Fort Leavenworth
Jail in November, 1901.
Junction City, Kan., July 14. Gil
bert Mullins, leader of the Fort Leav
enworth mutiny in November, 1901,
who escaped from the county jail here
Saturday, with three others, was re
captured yesterday. Mullins was cap
tured by Patrick Folck, to whose home
he bad gone to ask directions to the
house of a man whose acquaintance he
had formed while in jail here. Folck
pointed out the way and then, arming
himself, followed after Mullins and
ordered him to surrender, firing as he
did so. The bullet went wild and
Mullins ran toward a near-by corn
field. Folck shot again and Mullins
fell, but he had not been wounded, ana
when Folck came up a moment later
he surrendered. Mullins was unarmed.
Harry Barney, the highway robber
who escaped with Mullins, is still at
large. $5?.' SIGHTS FOR SOLONS.
Senatorial Party Are Where the Gold
Dawson City, Yukon, July 14. The
"United States senatorial party which
is bound to Alaska stayed over at
Dawson City to .see_the_-.gold creeks
and farms. Senators Dillingham of
"Vermont, Nelson of Minnesota, Patter
son of Colorado and Burnham will go
down the Yukon on the Alaskan.
Tangier, Morocco, July 14. It is
confirmed that the minister of war
entered Taza, the stronghold of the
pretender, July 7, after seven days'
fighting, which resulted in a complete
defeat of the rebellious tribe.
Killed His Paramour.
city yesterday, and then
self. The couple had lived together
for some time.
MONEY FOR MINNESOTA.
Expenditures for the Spanish War
Are Refunded to the State.
Washington. July 14.The treasury
department drew two warrants, one
for 116,445 and one for $11,254 in favor
of the governor of Minnesota for reim
bursement for expenses incurred by i
that state in aiding the United States
J6\ O. JE.
Meets every Sunday at p. m.
Josej:.! rlarnnjton, W. President
H.LeBleu, W. Secretary
Visiting Eagles cordially invited.
Philadelphia, July 14.Jacob Muell
er, a huckster, shot and killed Mrs.
Margaret Weiss at his home in this
killed him- fing-oanbelled-bull Cuunty_At^_
tornev Loud represented the
SPEAKS O NEEDS
Tarns Bixby Talks of Land
Office and Other
WOULD ORGANIZE STOCK CO
PAW TO Bl'ILD HOTEL.
Says the Town Needs Summer]
"There is very good reason to-
the plum. If thootneo is estab-J
save time and money to most of i
Bemidji will not inconvenience
the settlors coming from the east i pines. The Goldseeker'a mute,
to any-great extent, for the dis-1 and boatswain were drowned.
interest to the town Mr. Bixby
'The proposition to have a
summer, hotel built on the lake is
a good one. I would be a line
thing for Bemidji. If no individ
ual can be induced to start such
an institution I am in favor of
forming a stock company among
the citizens of the village for the
purpose of erecting one. I am
willing to contribute my share.
A competent man could be en-j
gaged to run the hotel and I be
lieve it wou ld soon make Bemidji
popular as a summer resort. I
don't mean that the stock com
pany should be organized as a
money making proposition.
Whether the hotel paid or not the
benefits accruing to the town
from its summer visitors would
pay the stockholders for money
"Bemidji is the best town in
the state and is talked about the
most. You hear it mentioned
everywherein the big cities,
small towns and on the railroad
trains. Especially is this true in
St. Paul. Bemidji has a healthy
appearance this summer. Its
growth is rapid and seems to be
substantial. The people should
work to get another sawmill.
There are too many logs passing
unsawed through the town. The
citizens should also endeavor to
secure the establishment of
wholesale houses, particularly a
wholesale grocery house, in Be
midji. There is a big country
tributary to the town and there
should be wholesa le houses
Judge Aclienbach rendered a
decision of not guilty as charged
this afternoon in the case of the
state vs. William Shannon,
Blackduck. Shannon a
charged by C. Allen with hav-
town isonlv miles, and it can Bellefonte, l'a.. July 14.The Belle-
be made in\i few minutes with- P*e Window Glass *5Pg^*
|and the oar barn ot the Bellefonte
OUt change of cars.-' 'Central railroad and adjacent build-
ISpeaking on other subjects of rings were destroyed by lire. i
state and John E. Gibbons for
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Beminii Aeric.N0.351. somible figure. Call on Of addivss
Daniel Hughes, Akeley, Minn. 71
A there was not a quorum
present last night the council
meeting was adjourned wiout i
any business having been trans-
nothing otfh im
to raise the volunteer army for tbe4portanee. to come anyway.
war with Spain.
Complete and in excellent con-
jditioti, will be sold at a very rea-
Try a waot ad in the Daily
Pioneerthe result will speak
It Is Proposed to Conduct Refuse
to the River Chan-
G. G. Kihvitz, the Duluth engi
neer ho has boon in Bemidji
the past week taking levels and
otherwise investigating the mat
ter of a sewage system for the
village, returned to Duluth to
N definite plans lor the so we
Hotel and Wholesale"! ihave-as yet been drawn up. It
las been found however, that
believe that the land office will bo pump the stream would be far
located in Bemidji," said Tarns i \yM ,xponsi\ to receive a ny con
Bixby to the Pioneer today, 5'1-f sideration at this time. Mr. K'il
Mr. Bailey can back up his state-! it/ toyk measurements of the
ments marie to the president rol-ji i
pumping station which it was
I at one time proposed to establish
tiu banks of the fiver to
can easily do thisthe fight will obtained from the corner o.J I !el-
I trami avenue and fluril stre et to
be won and Bemidji will secure^
the settlors having business to I colon,
ative to the desires of the majority supposedly in the river channe l, in his own.church, but to make
district in water measures 2'2 feet' in ap iov his misfortune he experi-
and he depth. A ea foot fall could be enced all the pleasing sensations
lak lake. If the sewage
lishod here it will be easily
cessib lo from all points and will refu se into the Mississippi.
i cnstructed it vvil i be
Wrtticientl strong to carry
nslnu lll( wjU
transact with it. Eirtthlir .it in! schooner OoIdsivUer was capsized by jf
hoie, between CassLakeand ihis n,., got on. The fish pulled hard
.enouirh to make the fight inter-
Destroye^ by Fire
$05,000 partially insured.
Two Boys Drowned.
Osceola, Wis., July 14.Anton and
Charles Rydeaj aged thirteen and
eleven years.were drowned al Nelson's
Landing, in ilie St. Croix river, two
miles north of here, while bathing.
Search is being made for the bodied.
Student Meets Death In Lake.
St. Paul, July 14Thorwald John
son, a graduate of the stale university
and an orderly at St. Luke's hospital,
was drowned in Pickerel lake last
evening while bathing. His death was
due to cramps or heart trouble.
Curlew wa capsized and the twelve
occupants thrown Into the bay.
Troppau, Austrian Silesia, July 14.
The greatest floods ever known In
this district have occurred. Numer
ous villages have been lnundatod,
causing the collapse of many houses.
Railway traffic is interrupted.
Drowns in Mississippi.
Prairie du Chien, Wis., July 14.
Eddie Bbuzak, aged light years, was
drowned in the Mississippi by falling
from a skiff. Three other boys, all
less than ten years of age, tried hard
to save him.
Bad Soldier Sentenced.
Sturgis, S. D., July 14. John. Mc
Rae, the ex-soldier who forged a
check a few weeks ago, was sentenced
Saturday by Judge W. G. Rice to two
years in the penitentiary at Sioux
Huron Is Growing.
Huron, S. D., July 14.According to
the school census just completed Hu
ron has 1,012 children of school age
within its corporate limits., a gain of
200 in the last two years.
TWO 20 0
DRINK WAS NICE
Rev. Wolner Sampled the
Pleasing Sensation Yes
BOAT TIPPED OVER.AXDTHREW
HIM INTO THE LAKE.
Accident Caused by a Big Fish
Getting Off the
Nice Cool Orinlc." was the
subject of the serimm at the Bap
tist church last Sunday morning.
Rev, 11. J. Wolner of the Episco:
pal church could-not listen to the
foimd that 800 feet out. I senium because of the services
of a niei
young and vt
Colombia, July 14. The
)1 di in y_(i&terdaj
I a heavy squall during tho night of I
July 2, when ton miles oft the lsloof
cook bottom of the boat. Hehad ot
Bristol, R. I., July 14.One man was
drowned and several others narrowly
escaped a similar fate in Narragansett
bay when the Providence sloop yacht drink, Mr. Wolner grew active
Patent Leather. These are manufac
turers samples and mostly medium
sizes they are worth up ?0 A A
to |3.50 a pair, now at tp^.VV
The Daylight Store
i been tishing long when a big one
and wento\er into Lake Irvine.
lie was alone and for a time had
pulling in several
tish and throwing them in the
estiug. Kev. Woluer. to make
the capture of the prize doubly
sure, ami forgetting in his excite
ment that ho was in a rocking
boat in over twelve feet of water,
stood up and commenced to play
the tisli. The tish seemed to grow
in strength. The fisherman
bracedhfs feet against the si de
of the boat and pulled manfully.
Al this exciting juncture the
finny monster of the deep sev
ered connections with the hook
very suddenly, and the minister
just as suddenly shot backward
over the side of the boat int the
lake. The boat promptly tipped
over, spilli ng the tish already
'caught. After his nice, cool
righted his boat and climbed in.
rowed to tho dock in a very
ANYONE 'desiring to buy a rotary
.sawmill of 20,000 feet'capacity write
"No. 300," care this office.
FOR SALE Cheap, a good seven
room house and ."-foo lot. In
quire of L. Bailey. 7l)-tf
FOIt SAIiKTwo thousand cords of
10-inch wood. Wes Wright. 34tf
LANG fc GARTER, exclusive agents
for Bailov's addition.
LOST Last Saturday, some
whore on Third street, one
locket, containing picture of a
girl. Liberal reward will be
paid for same. E. A. Barker.
WANTEDA girl for general
housework. Apply to or ad
dress E. McDonald, Miles brick
DOLLARS A PAIR
pair of Men's Shoes in Viei,
Box Calf, Cordovan and some
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