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WOMEN IN CHICAGO RIOT.
They Run Up Against Police and Two Are Arrested. Chicago, July 22.Women yesterday afternoon took a hand in an incipient riot which attended the departure of two wagons from the Kellogg plant under a police escort. Two women were arrested, one for throwing a half brick at the private detectives who accompanied the Kellogg truck, and the other for attacking Lieut. Bowler with an umbrella. Maggie Blair.e, one of the women, ran after the wangons for two blocks with the brickbat hid den in the folds of her skirt. A feat ure of the day was a sensational talk by Chief O'Neill, declaring that an archy is at the bottom of present la bor troubles. "The strike is practically broken." So said representatives of the Kellogg company after the concern had scored one blow after another in the deter--. mined struggle against the unions .which .have beeu. making Avar. .up\m"i.f.i"jto factory. .Tn a series of rapidly suc ceeding events during the morning the company delivered another load of freight to the Belt Line warehouse without opposition. FIGHT FOR LAND. Trouble Between Prospective Settlers and Ranchmen. Washington, July 22. There is trouble over the opening of Fort Bu ford military reservation in North Da kota, and special agents of the general land office may be sent out to investi gate the land, which was thrown open for settlement July 15. There was a great rush of settlers. The area is comparatively small and the land is valuable. The ranchmen claim that they have government leases and will not yield up their rights. Meanwhile the settlers, who have been camping on the outskirts for some time, propose to make their entries good, and hence there are prospects of a lively time with the land offices. PLOT OF FOUR ANARCHISTS. Go From Chicago and Now are in Sweden on Their Death Mission. Chicago, July 22.-Four Chicago an archists, who are said to have pledged themselves to accomplish the death of Emperor William of Germany, left Chicago several weeks ago and are now in Sweden on their death mission, according to London dispatches, which are confirmed by CMef O'Neill. King Oscar has been warned, and the warning was sent Chicago. Chief O'Neill placed a full statement of the movements of the anarchists in the hands of an official of the Swedish government, and in turn this informa tion was cabled to King Oscar's min isters The best advertising1 it/ $ to to to medium in Bemidji is the Daily Pioneer everybody reads it. I lJRML.w'^1.. The largest and most complete stock of Furniture ever accu- mulated beneath any roof in Northern Minnesota, and at prices that will induce you to purchase Who Was Demosthenes? It was in Athens that the great orator Demosthenes was born. Al though he had many impediments to overcome, he worked on untiringly, un til finally he became not only the first orator of Greece, but of all antiquity. He remedied a stammer in his speech by practicing with pebbles in his mouth. On the death of Alexander he gave his services as an orator to the confederated Greeks, and in the end made way with himself by using pois-on to avoid falling into the hands of Autipater. Czar Abandons Visit. St. 'Petersburg, July 4. The czar has abandoned his proposed visit to Rome, provisionally fixed for the au tumn. Lakeside Bakery All ye who become hungry during this jjjENCAMPMENT WEEK? 2 $ not forget that you can get the $ Finest Cakes, Pies, Fruits, Ice $ Cream and Lunch Material in the city at the Lakeside Bakery $ Daily Pioneer Want Ads, One Cent a Word PIONEE HARNES S SHO I recently purchased the shop and have greatly replenished the stock, which is the most complete in the-county. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. Repairing a specialty. E GOULD viti -iTrarr.riiifi' TiyraaT*"'' "^*ftaarmnifffig BPeaam^ r^^.ai mmm THE FURNITURE MHN W Don't mm AI I of Your Money m, usaally the Case. "Daughter," said the mother who was long on Solomonic wisdom, "what ever you do, don't marry a man with dreamy eyes." "Why not, ma?" asked the beauti ful bud. "Because," replied the mater, "It's doughnuts to ldge he'll also possess a dreamy pocket book." Pessimism in the Sunny South. Glory is but a transient dream that gives color to a sleep bespangled with illusions of greatness a mirage, glit tering, but unsubstantial, hovering above the oasis in the desert of life at whose fountain mcr.y a weary trav eler would quench his burning thirst that he may press or. to grander heights.Roanoke. Va.. Times. THOUSAND S O VISITOR S W W W W will be in Bemidji this week, and they are all invited to call on NAYLOR AMERICAN MAKES AN APPEAL. Asks to Be Rescued From Horrors of a Guatemala Prison. Washington, July 22.In a telegram to the state department United States Minister Combes, at -Guatemala City, reports that Frank Brown, formerly of Mansfield, Ohio, who, several months ago, was arrested at Solodo, Guatemala, is still in prison and un tried. Mr. Combes says that Brown shot an Italian and contended that it was done accidentally. The Italian is prosecuting him. "I have been urging trial," says Minister Combes in con clusion. In a letter sent to Minister Combes, Brown said: "I am here in prison, almost without clothing. I have no shoes. I get about half enough to eat. I sleep on the stone floor. I have one thin blanket and it is a whole lot colder here than in Guatemala City. I am so hungry sometimes that I eat banana and or ange peels to satisfy my hunger. My cloiiit-s*-ar fi'vthy from .vermin, and on the whole I am miserable. There fore, I implore you. for God's sake, to procure my liberty." THREE PEOPLE ARE BURNED. Golden Gate Hotel at Nome Is De stroyed by Fire. Seattle, Wash., July 22.The Times here lias flashed the following extra: The Golden Gate hotel at Nome was completely burned July 5. The vic tims: Robert H. Hayes, millionaire pipe contractor, Pittsburg Mrs. Hayes Sherman D. Gregg, Freeport, Pa. T. R. Burr, a cook, was held by the coroner's jury for manslaughter. He threw a can of coal oil on the kitchen fire at 5 a. m. An explosion followed and the building was almost immedi ately in flames. Guests escaped from the crowded hotel in their night clothes. Many small buildings adja cent were burned. The recorder's of fice and postoffice took fire and were saved with difficulty. Property loss about $100,000. Worst fire known in Alaska. RELIANCE IS AGAIN BEATEN. Constitution Becoming Dangerous Rival for Honor of Defending Cup. Newport, R. I., July 22. Constitu tion is rapidly becoming a dangerous rival of Reliance for the honor of de fending the trophy, for the older boat defeated the new one in yesterday's run of thirty-seven miles, the third of the New York Yacht club cruise from New London, by 1 minute and 29 sec onds, availing herself of her time al lowance, estimated at about 2 minutes and 17 seconds. This is the second time on the present cruise that Con stitution has won from her rival on time allowance, and while the victory on the first occasion, from Glen Cove to New Haven, was due in some meas ure to changeable breezes, the condi tions yesterday were as fair for one as for the other. THE MARKETS. Latest Quotations From Grain and Liye Stock Centers. St. Paul, July 22. Wheat No. 1 Northern. 87@88c No. 2 Northern, 86 @87c No 3, 84@86c no grade, 82@ 83c. Corn No. 3, 46 l-2c No. 4, 44c no grade, firstname.lastname@example.org. RytNo. 2, 48@49c. BarleyMalting grades, 45 @50c: feed grades, 39@44c. Minneapolis, July 22. WheatNo. 1 hard, 84 l-2c No. 1 Northern, 83 l-4c No. 2 Nortnern, 80 3-4c. Duluth, July 22. WheatNo. 1 hard, 82 1-8c No. 1 Northern, 80 5-8c No. 2 Northern, 79 1-8c flax, 95 1-4c cits, 34c rye, 481-2c barley, 35@51c. Milwaukee, July 22. Wheat No. 1 Northern, 89@89 l-2c No. 2 North ern S8(5SSl-2c. RyeNo. 1, 54 l-2c. Barley No. 2, 58@60c. Oats, 40c. CornSeptember, 50 7-Sc. Chicago, July 22. Wheat No. 2 red, new. 79 l-2@80c No. 3 red, new, 78 1-2c No. 2 hard winter, new, 79c No. 3 hard wiii.er, new, 77@78c No. 1 Northern spring, S3c No. 2 Northern spring, 82c No. 3 spring, 76 78c. CornNo. 2, 50 1-2 50 3-4c No. 3, 50@50 1-2c. OatsNo. 2, 37c No. 3. 32@351-2c. Sioux City, Iowa, July 22. Cattle Beeves, $4 4.90 cows, bulls and mixed, $email@example.com stockers and feed ers. $2.75 4 calves and yearlings, $2.5Q3.S0. Hogs, $firstname.lastname@example.org bulk. $5.30. Chicago, July 22.CattleGood to prime steers, $email@example.com stockers and feeders, $firstname.lastname@example.org. HogsMixed and butchers, $5.25(c?5.75 good to choice heavy, $email@example.com bulk of sales, $5.40 @5.65. SheepGood to choice weth ers, $3.50(53-90 fair to chaice mixed, $firstname.lastname@example.org Western sheep, $email@example.com native lambs, $firstname.lastname@example.org. South St. Paul, July 22. Cattle Good to choice steers, $4.25@5 good to choice cows and heifers, $3.25(g,4 veals, $2.50@5 steer calves, $email@example.com good to choice stock cows and heifers, $2.50@3. Hogs Bulk, $firstname.lastname@example.org common to good heavy, $5 5.25 good light mixed and lights. $5.40 5.50. Sheep Good to choice shorn lambs, $5.50@6 good to choice yearling weth ers, $email@example.com heavy, $3.50@4 good to choice ewes, medium weight, $2.50@ 2.75 heavy, $3.25 3.60 culls and stock ewes, $2.50(0 3. Anti-Toxine Cures. New York, July 22Two more cases of successful treatments of tetanus are reported at the Harlem hospital. They were carried out by injection of antl toxine into the spinal column after the patient had developed lockjaw. Killed From Ambush. Fairmont, W. Va., July 22.Samuel Peterson of New Central Mines, near here, was shot and killed from am bush last *ight by an unknown man who escaped. The murderer is sup posed to be a relative. 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