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VOLUME 1. NUMBER 80.
ARRESTEDSALOON
KEEPER
Alleged J. M. Hanson Sold
Intoxicating Liquor
to Indians.
NO W OUT UNDER ONE THOUSAN
DOLLAR BONDS.
Hanson Denies the Charge and
Will Be Given a
Hearing.
J. M. Hansen, who keeps a sa
loon on Third street, was arrested
yesterday afternoon for selling
intoxicating liquor to the Indians
now in town. This offense is a
serious one against the govern
ment and is punishable by a
heavy fine or a sentence of sev
eral years in prison. Mr. Han
sen is to have a hearing within
the next few days. He is out on
41,000 bail.
The police Jaave been aware for
the past few days that the Indi
ans have been getting whiskey
from local saloon men but up to
yesterday afternoon no con
victing evidence could be se
cured. Two of the Indians who
were in an intoxicated condition
were searched yesterday and
whiskey, or a vile liquor,. almost
pure alchohol, sold as whiskey,
was found in bottles on their
persons. They readily agreed to
tell who sold them the liquor and
guided the police officers to Han
sen's saloon, pointing out Mr.
Hansen, as the man who had sold
them the stuff. The saloon
keeper denied the charge but
was arrested nevertheless. It is
.said that plenty of convicting evi
dence can be secured. Others
in town are suspected of selling
.so-called whiskey to the Indians.
Other arrests are likely to fol
low.
We mix paints to order. Jones6t
Harry Grove of Big Fork is in
town.
Encampme nt suppliesat Peter-
.son's. 77-tf
A. B. Amadan of Melrose is in
.town.
John Torkelson is here from
BagJey.
Louis Lolm of Fosston is in
rfcown.
W. H. Konken is in town from
Duluth.
Samuel Olson is down from
Bagley.
C^ood things to eat and drink at
'Peterson's, 77-tf
E. H. Reff of Bagley is regis
tered at the City hotel.
T. O. Keefe of East Grand
Forks is stopping in Beuiidji.
George M. Beardmore of Osh
kosh, Wis., is visiting in Bemidji.
Flags bunting, decorations,
and fireworks at Peterson's. 77tf
Great clearance sale on skirts
.and waists at the Berman Em
porium. 72tf
Furnished rooms for rent over
the Boyer building. Inquire
upstairs. 54-tf
J. W. Speelman of Buena Vista
is transacting business in the
city todjsy-
Special sale on dress goods
and table linens at the Berman
Emporium. 72tf
David Weekly and wife and
Jesse Weekly of Park Rapids are
visiting in town.
Leave your orders for paper
hanging, decorating, painting and
Contest Was Only a School
Boy Exhibition of
the Game.
FAIR SIZED CROW ATTENDED
THE EXERCISES.
Ben Tibbetts and Roy Dennis
Were Winners in the
Foot Race.
The contests at the fairgrounds
yesterday afternoon resulted as
follows:
The ball game between White
Earth Indians and the Bemidji
team was won by the latter by a
score of 23 to 4.
Indian foot race, 200 yards,
first prize, Ben Tibbetts of Deer
River second prize, Frank Ma
son of Deer River.
Free-for-all foot race, 200 yards
first prize, Roy Dennis second
prize, H. D. Arnold third prize,
R. English.
Claude Dudrey won first prize
in the pony race.
There was a fair sized crowd
in attendance at the exercises,
which, because of several of
the contestants failing to
appear, did not run very
smoothly. The events were late
in getting started and there were
vexatious delays. The ball game
was tiresome. It was nothing
but a school boy exhibition at
best, and to compel the onlookers
to witness more than two of the
draggirg and uninteresting inn
ings was an insult to their intel
ligence. Half the people went
home before the game was any
where near finished, and the
other half only remained because
there were to be horse races
after the game. Bemidji play
ers dear ly outclassed their In
diaivtopponeiits at all points.
T^k races were interesting.
Ben^Tibbets, the Indian who won
in the Indian's race, would like
wise have carried off first place in
the free-for-all, it is claimed, but
the whites took an unfair ad
vantage of him and he did not
run.
There
tered in
jockeys
BEMIDJI WON THE A BIG CAMP FIRE
BALL GAM E
were four ponies en
tile horse race. Three
were Indians, and the
other, the winner, was a white
boy of Bemidji.
sign writing with Steece, at Beau
dette's tailor shop. 47tf
C. L. Ridden is down from
Tenstrike.
Come to Peterson's ice cream
and resting parlors for rest and
comfort. Free reading room. 77
A. E. Cunningham and brother
are down from Blackduck.
Peterson's ice cream parlors
are the coziest and roomiest in
the state. Visit them anyway. 77
A. Holmes of Moorhead is reg
istered at the Markham.
Prank Smith and George Silk
arrived from Crookston today.
The best advertising medium
in Bemidji is the Daily Pioneer
everybody reads it.
If ou wish to buy a fine lot or
farm in a good location, see T.
Beaudette, the tailor, before buy
ing. 69 tf
President William H. Sallmon
of Carleton college, Northfield,
arrived last evening for some
fishing in Bemidji and Cass
Lake. He has been spending
some time at Leech Lake. Mrs.
Sallmon accompanies the presi
dent, and they are guests of
Commander Bailev.
TONIGHT
Gov. Van Sant and Other
Speakers Will Make
Addresses.
PARADE THIS MORNIN WA S
A N ELABORATE ONE.
More Exercises Are Being Held
at Fair Grounds This
Afternoon.
Gov. Van Sant is scheduled to
make an address at tne big camp
fire tonight. Besides the gov
ernor the re will be several other
speakers of note. It was expected
that Senator Clapp and Congress
man Steenerson would be in town
to take part in the evening's pro
gram but it was impossible for
them to remain longer than to
day.
At 7:30 this evening there will
be a log rolling contest at the
city dock. At 8:30 camp fires at
the court house and in the park
will open. The governor will de
liver an address at each.
This afternoon exercises are
taking place at the fair grounds.
There will be a variety of races
and a ball game, the latter be
tween the Redmen and the
Eagles.
The parade this morning was a
long and elaborate one. The
streets were lined with people as
it passed along. Those, taking
part in the affair were the Red
Men, fire department, Eagles,
Woodmen, Foresters, Odd Fel
lows, Samaritans, Ladies of the
G. A. R., W. R. Chief Be
midji and the several bands and
drum corps now in town.
IT GOES O GRAND
RAPIDS
Vote Between that City and
Crookston was Very
Close.
H. S. HLS0X OF GRAND RAPIDS
IS COMMANDER.
Vote on Place for Encampment
In 1904 was a Ris
ing One.
Grand Rapids gets the Park
Region G. A. R. Encampment
next year. Members of the as
sociation at the business meet
ing this afternoon voted in favor
of that city. The rising vote re
sulted is 64 votes for Grand Ra
pids and 58 votes for Crookston.
Pelican Rapids had also been
proposed as the place for holding
the encampment, but no vote on
'it was called for because the
others were so large.
Officers" were elected as fol
lows: H. S. Huson, Grand Rap
ids, commander W. W. Wolfe,
Motley, senior vice-commander
F. B. Zarracher, junior vice-com
mander: P. D. Winship, Park
Rapids, chaplain: Mr. Rusk,
Long Prairie, chief musician.
Subscribe for The Pioneer.
County Board.
The board of equalization is
again in session today. But
little business is up for consider
ation. At 5 o'clock^ this after
noon the county board will again
convene.
THE DAILY PIONEER.
BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY. JULY 23, 1903.
\A^^*
Wholesale
and Retail
FILE ARTICLES OF
INCORPORATION
The Beltrami County Agri
cultural Association an
Assured Fact.
THE COMPANY IS CAPITALIZED
AT $5,000.
General Purpose Is to Hold an
Annual Horse and Agricul-
tural Fair.
The Beltrami County Agricul
tural association today riled ar
ticles of incorporation with the
register of deeds. The incorpo
rators are W. F. Street, A. P.
White, W. L. Brooks, Chester
McKusick and A. M. Bagley.
The general purpose of the as
sociation is announced as being
to establish and conduct an an
nual agricultural fair and horse
fair in this county, and to that
end to acquire lands suitable for
the purpose, ereetesuitable build
ings, etc. The company is capi
talized at $5,000. There will be
an annual election of officers. The
pn'M'nt ofticors are A. P. White,
president: W F- Street, vieo
president Chester McKusick,
secretary. W. L. Brooks, treas
urer. The board of five directors
consists of W. F. Street, W. L.
Brooks, A. P. White, A. M. Bag
lev and Chester McKusick.
ONE FIGURE more or less in
the price of an ar
ticle may mean
quality or lack of
quality.
The path of
safety lies be
tween extrava-
gantly high and
ridiculously low
prices and leads
right to our store.
We sell
Jewelry"
at absolutely fair
figures. Compari-
son with prices
prevailing else
where will give an
insight to our val
?L-iues.
E.fl. BARKER
513 THIRD STREET
Mrs. J. Romans of Grand
Rapids is the guest of Mrs. E. L.
Woods this week.
Try a want ad in the Daily
Pioneer-tli" result will speak
itselfr--
FRED C. SMYTH. President TH0S. P. SMYTH. Sec.-Treas. D. C. SMYTH. Manager
BEMIDJI MERCANTILE CO.
Opposite the Old Court House
Groceries, Flour, Ha and Grain
Phone
2 1 5
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LARGE NUMBEROF
SPEAKERS
Addresses Last Night at the
Court House and In
City Park.
CLAPPANDSTEEXERSON ON THE
PROGRAM.
Department Commander Mahan
Also Delivered an Address
In the Park.
Ladies' Day of the encampment
came to a close last night with
addresses by noted speakers in
the park and at the court house.
Senator M. E. Clapp, Congress
man Steenerson, Gen. Foster,
Dept. Com. Mahan and Mi's.
Starkweather delivered stirring
addresses, some of them at hot]]
the park and court house. Mi's.
J. L. Reynolds delivered a thrill-
rTHE
Till- NE W TOW N OF
KELLIHER
situated as it i-, at the. head Bullhead Lake, and
at the terminus of the Bullhead branch of the M. ifl
J. railway, and being in the heart of the timber dis
trict where logging will be carried on extensively
for the next fifteen years, i bound to he a thriving
town in a very short time. The soil in this vicinity
is loam with clay subsoil, showing excellent pros
pects in regard to agricultural purpose*. The
O'Kelliher Mercantile Co.
of Blackduck
will build a larsre general store, to supply loggers
and farmers.
TEN CENTS PER WEEK.
Our Goods Are
Always Fresh
ing poem on the battle of Gettys
burg with great power and ex
pression. In listening one al
most forgot his surroundings
ami seemed to be on the field of
battle.
Mrs. Mullen, of the Ladies of
the (J. A. R., spoke at the court
house on the part taken in the
war by the women of the land.
She dwelt briefly on the army
nurses and of the great good
they had accomplished, and also
told of the trials of the women
who staid nt home.
All the uddresses of the even
ing were eloquent and called for
long applause. Senator Clapp
said that war was said to be de
grading and brutalizing, but as
serted that whether tins was so
or not depended upon the cause
and what the men were lighting
for. lie said that the cause for
which the soldiers of the civil
war fought was an elevating one.
One hundred and sixty acres of
gund pasture and water two and
one-half miles from town for
horses and cattle. Inquire at
Big Feed ham. 58-tf
young town? in Northern Minnesota are fam-
ous for their rapid growth] and everything goes
to phow that KELLIHER will be one of the busiest
logging centers in this district.
For information regarding prices of lots, or other general
information, write or tall at the
Crookston Lumbe Company
LOGGING DEPARTMENT
BEMIDJI _i_ MINN.

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