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Subscribe for The Pioneer.
We mix paints toorder. JonesBt
Harry Wocks is up from Du
luth.
H. 0. Noble is up from Cass
Lake.
Finest confectionery at the old
reliable Lakeside Bakery.
E. M. Smith is down from
Blackduck.
Follow the crowd to the Lake
side bakery. It will pay you.
--B..-A.- Simons-is here 'from
Northome.
Pies, cakes,' etc., for outing
lunches, at the Lakeside bakery,
A, E, Webster of Mcintosh is
visiting in town.
Furnished rooms for rent over
the Boyer building. Inquire
upstairs. 54-tf
L. R. Moorhead of Turtle River
is visiting in town.
Invite your best girl to accom
pany you to the Lakeside bakery
ice cream parlors.
Robert Neving of Neving is in
town.
A line of wash goods, worth up
to 50 cents. While they last only
25 cents, at the Bazaar. 84
E. C. Helm of Duluth is trans
acting business in the city.
Come to Peterson's ice cream
and resting parlors for rest and
comfort. Free reading room. 77
Patrick Butler came down
from Blackduck this morning.
Peterson's ice cream parlors
are the coziest and roomiest in
the state. Visit them anyway. 77
J. ri. Henderson is in town
from Fosston.
Special sale on all goods-in
order to make room for fall
stockattheBermanEmporium. 86
A. Anderson of Fergus Falls is
registered at the Markham.
Firt class violin for sale. In
quire at Walcott's Barber Shop,
218 3rd street. 86-91
To obtain the best and quickest
results, use the Daily Pioneer
want column.
John Steidl has returned to
The Dalles, Oregon, after a brief
visit in Bemidji.
If you wish to buy a line lot or
farm in a good location, see T.
Beaudette, the tailor, before buy
ing. 69 tf
J. M. Graham was an arrival
from Duluth yesterday.
A line of black minstrel cloth,
etaimus wash gcods to be closed
out at great reduction at the Ber
man Emporium. 86
W. E. Conplin and J. B. Lewis
of Minneapolis are registered t.t
the City ootel.
The best advertising medium
in Bemidji is the Daily Pioneer
everybody reads it.
Leave your orders for paper
hanging, dec crating, painting and
sign writing with Steece,at Beau
dette's tailor shop. "tf
Bids for the new addition to
the Bemidji. school house have
not yet been opened, owing to the
absence from town of several
members of the school board.
There are several bids in. The
contract will probably be award
ed early next week.
If you expect the girls to be
sweet on you, sweeten them at
the Lakeside bakery ice cream
parlors. They will enjoy it.
J. B. Kelly of Verndale, brother
of Mrs. D. C. Rhodes,' returned
to his home today after spending
several days in Bemidji. Mr.
Kelly is well pleased with the
town and purchased property
while here. He may take up his
permanent location in Bemidji.
''Heaven, and It's Occupants"
is the subject on Sunday morn
ing, in the Baptist church. "The
Way Home" in the evening. All
welcome.
DR. FOSTER
DENTIST
MILES BRICK BLOCK, BEMIDJI, MINN.
ANYONE desiring- to buy a rotary
sawinil! of 20,000 feet capacity write
"No. 300, care this office.
FOR SALE-Two thousand cords of
16-inch wood. Wes Wright. 34tf
FOR REXTLarge, nicely furn
ished room .Mrs. J. E. Hen
drickson, Malzahn Block. 83-tf
FOR SALECheap, a good seven
room house and 50-foot lot. In
quire of L. H. Bailey. 70-tf
FOR SALEBicycle in first class
condition, $25 cash only in
tending purchasers need call
with spot cash. (This is no
factory made .wheel). C._P.
Jackson..
FUENISHED ROOMto rent,
near city hall private family,
Inquire 420 Minn. ave. 61
LANG & CARTER, exclusive agents
for Bailej 's addition.
LOSTOn. lake shore Sunday,
please return tO this office. 83tf
WANTEDTo buy good bicycle
cheap for cash. Western 1
Union Telegraph office
WANTED
housework office.
greatly reduced prices.
and examine our stock and be
satisfied it is to your advantage
to purchase here.
86-88 LOUISE HETLAND.
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th
A Girl for general 1
NOTICE.
A. E Winter, watchmaker and
handlea complete line of watches,
wrork
guaranteed.l me calll.
Yours for biz. A. E.
lh
Inquire at this
A
Difference
lty. Prices are
fair, but not so
termed*to reduce
E. J\. BARKER
513 THIIIO 3T-R-9-E-T
Climbing Mountains.
the United States is Mt. Kanier
in Washine'torj, more than 15.500
mountain has 15 or more giant
glaciers cree] ing down its sides
and disc:JbaTeing their glacial de
tt'itus into the Columbia river or
A climb tothe summit of this
is a mountaineering feat worthy'
Of any mountaineer.
send to any address an illustarted
booklet, called "Climbing Mt. Ra
hier" describing a climb over gla-
a
Subscribe for the Pioneer.
Want CoIumniSCURE AR E KILLE IT EM N CHIN A
TWO GUNPOWDER MAGAZINE.
EXPLODE WITH FRIGHT-
FUL RESULTS.
DEMOLISHED HOUSES CATCH
FIRE AND SEVERAL ARE
BURNED TO DEATH.
Ml)Cl
mn
WINDOWS FOR FIVE MILES
AROUND,
_, -**if-iitrriTj|P 'TT
its -Iu i ir^' gunpowder magazines, situated in the have been terrorize by tn reaaop
jold cuff button with letters f"r mmst of )a.mble residences of tlon of the old policy of repression as
C. N. engraved on face. Finder flfJ
operativeS
wlt
a
live
magazm
fou
boy8.
wer
jeweler, has purchased the N three were
Johnson jewelerylstock and will
WINTER,
First door from First National
Bank. 82-tf
Bargains in Muslin Underwear.
W have on hand a most com
plete line of ladies' muslin under-
for fall goods. We offer them at
complete^ consumed.
a "personse
Bum
ruin
Call i men, three of tliem employes 01 the
company, three expresmen and two
carpenters, were sent there with three
large express teams to
Take Out the Powder
and mend the floor. Two of the teams
had been loaded and the other Av.as
olmest full when, at six minutes past
9 o'clock, the explosion occurred.
It was a long Lime before the actual
every
of opinion may
miS^f
wne
ever sold at $Lo.
I a lascinati ir. and invigoi
fitin.^ pastime. It developes not which covered thetn could be removed
but the mind, The the body 01 \'y
Alpii Pi a 1] of Switzerland have
their counterpart in our own
ounti y. iti :he Sierras, the Cas
cades, and parls of the Rockies.
IS HEARD fJPTY MILfS AWAY BLOCK TO OOVfRNMENT REfORMS
S DES1R0YED
FORCE OF EXPLOSION WRECKS
Lowell Mass.. July 31.Two small 'are advocating government reforms
have been terrorized by the readop-
concussion &nd'
or
mn
Death
geve
clocks, jewelry and silverware.. rescued, died subsequently of theirf
Special attention given to fine juries.
1 1 i A ii It is estimated that seventy sepa-
watch and jewe
rGive work.a
Al
other
ece
ate
zines
propert
mor
tha
onwe
within a radius of fifty feet
a
a
th
magazine
ha
latc oee
merittsa 0 1 some _...
sroods but there is Goodwin, the foreman of the men who
were loading the'powder on the Eeamtf,
no difference re
g-arding- ours. It had survived, together with one of his
is admitted by all, assistants, Amadee Boulanger, and
that they are of yesterday afternoa the later was seen
the highest qual-'
tn hospital.
sai
tn
tha
wa
Jewelry
he explosion occurred,
Thi
magazin
The- ai^ate^l glacial peak of 500 men of Idaho Springs went to the
feet frigl This magnificent ine buildings Tuesday night,
fo
vaS
ac
wa
kille
a i
ciers to the top of the moun- borers were killei last night by a
READOPTION OF Oi-D POLICY OF
REPRESSION CAUSES
ALARM.
MEN ACCUSED OF LIBERAL TEN-
DENCIES WILL BE PUN-
ISHED.
EDITORS JAILED FOR SEDITION
DOWAGER EMPRESS LAYS DIS-
ORDERS IN THE SOUTH TO
THE REFORMERS.
Pekin. July 31.The Chinese who
exploded yester- I instanced by the recent" arrest at
Shanghaiof the resultantfrightful wave of death cut off I charges sedition. Theseeditors arrests i|r
than a of hu-
beingsm an?d Injuredscore nearly fifty i tfeme
of Chinese
interpreteconservativesi
84-j others Half a dozen men who were cendancy and that the government has
7 loading kegs of powder from one of i determined to suppress the freedom
as indicat
were blown to pieces of spech which has prevailed since the
200 yards away were killed upheaval of 1900. The names of forty
i by the force of the explosion, and
fourteen frame hoases within a Ta
Idius of 400 yards went down as if they
had been buiic of cards. Seven of
these houses immediately caught fire,
probably from the kitchen stoves, ar.d
wh
inclndln those already mentioned, were deg
stroyed, while the force of the ex
plosion wrecked windows for five or
six miles around.and its thunder could
be heard distinctly more than fifty
miles away.
The magazines were the property of
the United States Cartridge company
of this city, but fortunately^ were situ
esirou
ha
a mi away from ther wear which we wish to dispose factoryitselfn Thei company has fo Chinese
for probable torture and ex-
of at once in order to make room
fl
been
,i
som
ening the floor of one of the maga-
0 Lh
killed, but
therefore the
first to go up, followed immediately
by the gunpowder in the three teams
and several seconds lafer by the sec
ond magazine.
The work of rescue at onec began,
but in many ^ases the flames had al
ready gained full sway over the
crumbled r'ins and several persons
were burned to death before the debris
ORDERED TO LEAVE TOWN.
Men Accir.ed of Blowing Up Mine
Buildings Told to Get Out.
Idaho Springs, Col., July 31.After
a meeting of business men last night
city jail and too1-?
fourteen men, who
had been arrest.e-1 in connection witii
the blowing up of the Sun and Moon'
marched them to the city limits aiui
told them never to return. Some of
the men complained that the had
no money, and a purse wadone madie up
V-Q orderly manner and not a rough word withdraw at the end of the year when
lrllizet k_OUnq.
Chines
cause of the explosion could be ascer south, hence the repressive measures,
lained. It
wafcMltld
Clarendon-
thought at first that I
magazine, it was discov- all portionandofcosts.
afte
th be esn loade
i
teams had
wjtl
th
pow(
here you get good glycerine with the idea of diluting it
value for the and washing it up. As soon as the
monev you invest, fluid from the jus struck the door he
Mens 14-karet found that it fls nitric acid. The
Gold Watches floor at once began to smoke and when
with Illinois ITS the me
Saw
thequality. When ered that a can of nitre-glycerine, game wardens, their assistants and
buying I which was stored in the magazine, members of gun clubs are keeping
was leaking. Mr. Goodwin picked up close watch for those who atempt to
violate the law by shooting out of sea
son.
what he
Thought Was a Jug of Water,
and began pouring it onto the nltro-
it they rushed from the
movement. The building, but had not gone ten feet
best time re
them Everything was an jthe expectedof man mor companies will
indulged in toward the men.
Kil,e
reported in PTesque Isle county,
Three Laborers Killed.
Seattle. Wash., July 31.Three la-
I slide of earth in the southern end oi
the Great Northern tunnel which la
being built under Seatla.
t^\r
Mich. Jul 41. A teribl
Chas. S. Fee, Gen'l Passenger hail, passed over Alpena county last Tuoni Bey, second secretary of the
A^ent of the Northern Pacific night, causing mucn damage to orch- Turkish embassy resulted in a duel
T, T3* ards and crops. James Fingleton was with swords yesterday in which Tuoni
railway, ^t. "aui, Aimn. 'ii
one
mz that the ex
are in the as-
residents of Pekin, who are accused
of liberal tendencies, where presented
to the dowager empress yesterday
caughtAtinleast the would be termed legitimate criticism
of the government, This is said also
to he true of the native journalists im
prisoned at Shanghai, except in the
case of two of them, who
Suggested the Astas -(nation
of the Manchu rulers as a remeify for
China's troubles. All foreigners and
progressive Chinese are deeply inter
ested in the decision wJii the min
isters .will make on the questldh of
turning over the native editors ar
rested at Shanghai to Chinese juris
diction and they express the hope that
that technicalities concerning the
diction of the mixed court will be ig
nored, if necessary, and that the min
isters refuse, on ground
manity, to deliver the prisoners to the
wi rin-
f^' ecution,will as happened ithe the ease oof thehu
Cnines
yesterday morning eight
an
3pie
wh
l)
the reactionary officers and were
recommended for severe punishment.
Those aeusod are considered guilty of
only what in enlightened countries
WPr
turne over
offi oers
durin
at Shanghai
Jpanes
Changh Chia Tung,p viceroy of Nankin,
is credited with the leadership of tPPo
reactionary policy, advising such a
course to the empress dowager, who
willingly acquiesced. Prince Ching is
reported to favor leniency. The do
wager empress is said to blame the
reformers and the increasing freedom
of speech for the disorders in the
war
KILLS PRAIRIE CHICKENS.
Offender Is Promptly Arrested and
Fined for His Fun.'
Sioux Falls, S. D., July 31.The
first arrest in the state this year for
killing prairie chickens out of season
was made by Game Warden Cloud of
Charles Mix county. The prisoner was
fined $10 Prairie chickensdan
South Dakota,
ier which are unusually numerous this year in
BRUSH WITH CONVICTS.
but
Shots Exchanged With Fugitlvi
No One Hurt.
Folsom, Cal.. July 31.The posse
under the direction of She/iff Kenna
of Placerville and Sheriff Bosheyelt
of Browor had a brush with the fugi
tive Folsom convicts on Greenwod
creek and a nymber of scots were ex
changed but. so fa*-
as can be learned,
nobody was shot The convicts
avoided a decisive encoiuile.c and are
supposed now to be working back in
thf general direction Goloma.
Killed by a Kick.
Watertown, S. I/.. .lulv 31.--Oscar
Holden was Instantly killed by the
kick of a hors he was leading to
water. The horse was a family pet.
and the Holden hoy. with Leslie
Rmi'h. a companion, was leading it to
water The parents of the Holden boy.
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Holden. liv^ five
miles in the country. The young man
Tfas twenty-our_years old.
Companies Mav Drop Out.
Aberdeen. S. D., July 31 Several of
the largest insurance companies do
ing business in this stat^ have not Med
their asents that they will withdraw
from the state. The reason given for
this action is the hostile legislation in
shape
they valueed
policy law. It
licenses expire.
b/Lightning. wounded in a Duel.
o- ntf Alpena, Mich., July 41.A terible Paris. July 31.A quarrel between
wind and rain storm, accompanied by Viscount Antoffte de Contades and
lightning. Much damage is wa wounded in the arm.
Powder Works Blow Up.
Baltimore, July 31.A dispatcB
from New Freedom. Md., says the
works of the Rockdale Powder com
pany at Hoffmanaville, Baltimore
county, blew up last night. It is re
ported that two persons were killed.
REVOLT WON'T START.
Cuban Mischitfmakers Come to Grief
Very Quickly.
Havana, July 31.The efforts of a
quartet of wild characters to cause an
uprising iu the vicinity of Eir ,vn-
Province of Santiago, have ended in
tin capture of their leader and tli^
killing of the other three men. For
weeks the four men had beeu attract
ing considerable attention in that vi
cinity, endeavoring to excite the peo
pie to treason and violence on the
ground that the revolutionary forces
had not oeen and were not likely to
be paid. Yesterday the party was
was overtaken by a detachment of the
rural guard and the leader and the
horses of the agitators were captured
after some shooting on both sides.
The other tbree men were pursued un
til late yesit.day when they were.aJ.'
killed. Several s'.iots were fired at the
guards, but no: one of them was hit.
BALLOON IS NOT WANTED.
Man Wants Aeronaut Enjoined From
Allowing It to Alight on His Farm.
Omaha. .Tyiv 31 Injunctions have
MADE BY
JLLOEWENSTEIN&SONS
CHICAGO
up to $3.50. now at
The Baylljjriit Stove
T3 IDJT, I gf 1 S A
The most up-to-date Clothing Shop
in the Northwest invites all visitors
and local residents to give" them a
call and inspect their complete line
of Men's, Boys' and Children's Cloth
ing, Men's Shoes, Hats, Caps and
Men's Furnishing Goods
Specialfor ThisWeek
oeen mua co serve numerous pur
poses in Oi.iaha. but whether an in
junction can be made to direct the
(light of a ball ion is a question that
will be determined by Judge Dickin
son of the district court Aug. 8.
Claude Nelson will be granted a hear
ing that day on his application for an
injunction to restrain an aeronaut out
at Courtland Beach from permitlng his
balloon to fall on his farm. Mean
time the court has issued a temporary
order enjoining the aeronaut from per
mitting his balloon to alight there.
Nelson declares that aerial naviga
tion been the bane of his existence for
two or thtvp years, and he proposes
now to invoke the power of the courts
to abate the nuisance.
Charles G. Turner, Chicago consul
for the Republic of Uruguay, did at his
home ..Jn. Chicago of kidney trouble.
Mr. Turner was a thirty-third degree
Mason and had been a residen of Chi
cago for twenty-five years. He waa
born in New York forty-eight years
ago and came to Chicago from Albany.
Subscribe for the Daily Pion
eer: now is the time.
Men's High Class, Well
Tailored Suits in All
the New Fabrics as
well as Blackworth
$15for this week
$12.00
PIONEER HARNESS SHOP
I recently purchased the shop and
have greatly replenished the stock, wiricri
is the most complete in the county. All
work guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Repairing a specialty.
1 (i 1 i)
I Lakeside Bakery
I
Green Apples, Pine Apples, Peaches,
Pears, Plums, Oranges, Lemons, J}}
Bananas, Watermelons, Muskmel- jrj
ons, California Celery, California
Figs, Sugared Walnut Dates, and
& Coeoanuts 2J
$ We have a full and complete line of
$ Confectionery & Cigars
150 p*nT erf Men's
Dress Shoes in all
shapes a styies,
Yiei, Patent Leather
and Box Calfworth
$ 0 0 Pair
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