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"We mix paints toorder. Jones 6
P. McGuire is in town from
Buhl.
G. E. Clark is up from Minne
apolis.
H. F. Zartman is in town from
Fertile.
Sheriff Bailey is in Minne
apolis.
Harry Grove of Big Fork is in
town today.
M. Kelly arrived from Crook
ston yesterday.
G. I. Reimestad is in town
from Brainerd.
E. F. Reed of Moorhead is stop
ping in the city.
C. E. Brooks came down from
Blackduck yesterday.
Thos Berland of Walker is in
the city for a few days.
Follow the crowd to the Lake
side bakery. It will pay you.
Geo. Lindwao of Crookston is
in Bemidji on business.
G. S. Robinson of Chicago is
registered at the Markham.
Pies, cakes, etc., for outing
lunches, at the Lakeside bakery.
G. S. Matton of Warren is
registered at the Remore hotel,
Mrs. W. P. Stevens of Park
Rapids is visiting friends in Be
midji.
Furnished rooms for rent over
the Boyer building. Inquire
upstairs. 54-tf
The NDaily Pioneer want col
umns are srood result getters.
Try them.
John Lawrence, representing
the Sattler Liquor Co. of Duluth
is in Bemidji.
Police Officer John Kline and
wife returned from East Grand
Forks last night.
Invite your best girl to accom
pany you to the Lakeside bakery
ice cream parlors.
TheJes advertising medium
Bemidji is the Daily Pioneer
everybody reads it.
John Montgomery and Dan
Fullerton of Crookston are regis
tered at the City hotel.
If ou wish to buy a line lot or
farm in a good location, see T.
Beaudette, the tailor, before buy
ing. 69 tf
Judge Spooner and court re
porter will leave for Park Rapids
tomorrow to take evidence in a
divorce case.
Leave your orders for paper
hanging, decorating, painting and
sign writing with Steece,at Beau
dette's tailor shop. 47tf
Mrs. P. I. Ronning of Glen
wood, Minn., and Miss Anna
Slyvester, sisters of D. L. Syl
vester, are guests at the latter's
home.
J. W. Mason of Brainerd, civil
engineer for the M. & I- railway,
arrived in town last night. He
will go up to the end of the line
today on a tour of inspection.
If you expect the girls to be
sweet on you, sweeten them at
the Lakeside bakery ice cream
parlors. They will enjoy it.
J. A. McAvoy was taken sud
denly and seriously ill while at
the depot this morning with one
of his drays. He was taken home
in a carriage and jilaced in bed.
Owing to an error it was stated
in yesterday's issue of the
Pioneer that William Nelson had
married Miss Anna Anderson at
Nymore. Mr. Nelson was not
married at all. He is engaged to
another girl.
Do not forget the opening sale
Kimball pianos and organs now
on at Beaudette Bros.' tailor
shop, 119, E. 3rd St. You can
save from $75.00 to 100.00 on a
piano during this sale. Call and
investigate. Bisiar & Corditf,
atrents. 92-tf
DR. FOSTER
DENTIST
MILKS BRICK BLOCK, BEMIDJI, MINN
Want Column
AXYOXE desiring' to buy a rotary
sawmill ^f 20,000 feet capacity write
"No. 300," care this office.
FOR SALETwo thousand cords of
16-inch wood. U"es Wright. 34tf
FOR SALEAll kinds of wood.
J. P. Duncalf, "phone num
ber 63. 91-tf
FOR SALECheap, a good seven
room house and 50-foot lot. In
quire of L. H. Bailey. 70-tf
FOR SALETwo houses with
50-foot lots, close to school al
so 5-acre lot in city limits and
120 acres near town. Wes
Wright. 93-tf
LANG & CARTER, exclusive agents
for Bailey's addition.
WANTEDA Girl for general
housework. Inquire at this
office.
Notice a few of Our Bargains in
Pianos and Organs.
A $325.00 piano, manufactured
and fully guaranteed by the W.
W. Kimball Co. for five years,
$10 cash, $7 per month. A
$75 organ for $50, 5 cash, $3 per
month. Can you afford to' let
this offer go by? Remember,
this offer will hold good only un
til Friday night, Aug. 14.
The above goods are on ex
hibition at Beaudette Bros.'
tailor shop. Store open evenings.
Climbing Mountains.
Is a fascinating and invigor
ating pastime. It developes not
the body only, but the mind. The
Alpine Peaks of Switzerland have
their counterpart in our own
country, in the Sierras, the Cas
cades, and parts of the Rockies.
The greatest glacial peak of
the United States is Mt. Ranier
in Washington, more than 15,500
feet high. This magnificent
mountain has 15 or more giant
glaciers creeping down its sides
and discharging their glacial de
tritus into the Columbia river or
Puget Sound.
A climb to the summit of this
is a nDuntdineering feat worthy
of any mountaineer. For 25 centf
Chas. S. Fee, Gen'l Passenger
Agent of the Northern Pacific
railway, St. Paul, Minn.will
send to any address an illustarted
booklet called "Climbing Mt. Ra
nier" describing a climb over gla
ciers to the top of the moun
tain.
A
Difference
of opinion may
exist as to the
merits of some
jroods but there is
no difference re
garding ours. It
is admitted by all
that they are of
the highest qual
ity. Prices are
fair, but not so
low that we are
tempted to reduce
the quality. When
huyics:
Jewelry
here you tret good
value for the
money you invest.
Mens 14-karet
Gold Watches
with Illinois 178
movement. The
be*t time i c
ever sold at $25.
E.K.BHRKER
513 THIRD STREET
The Rage for Speed.
The writer in the Horsdass
Age claims that traveling at high
speeds in motor cars breeds a
form of disease or a "Tnarnir^foT
such recreation that is positively
dangerous. This may be putting
the facts too strongly, but there
is certainly a limit beyond whieh
it is unreasonable to go whether
yon are driving a horse or an
automobile. Before the speed
limit is reached there is wonder
ful exhiliration from the large
quantities of fresh air inhaled.
Golden grain belt beer produces
much the same effect, resting
i the nerves and refreshing the
entire body. You should use it
regularly in your home. Order
of your nearest dealer or be sup
plied by .7. Essler, Bemidji.
:s STRENGTH EXHAUSTED BY
HE CORONATION CERE-
MONIES.
COlWPSrS WHILE SAiINO MASS
:EAT AND BAD AIR IN THE
CHAPEL CONTRIBUTE TO
RESULT.
S ItEAW CARfS Of OFFICE
INTIMATES STY PIUS SEEMS TO
HAVE GKOWN MMUY YEARS
OuDER.
Roir.e, Aug. 13. Just a week has
olai:se.d since the election of Pius X.,
-jd i.o has b^eii already overcome by
v.iiaecustcmed strain of his ponti-
a.'. d.:ties. YesUrday morning he
r:.ed while at mass. His collapse is
PC :-sidered to be due to heart weak
ness aggravated by fatigue.
The pope has been over-exerting
Mmself to such an extent that hia
naturally strong constitution was un
able to bear the strain put upon it by
the coronat.on ceremonies. Such nas
seen the eit'ect upon his nerves that
s? been unable to sleep for whole
:.ihts. while numerous receptions
xenday made matters worse
:s:o:.day eight his b-),:..,e?s
was very
much agitated, but yesterday morning
ho still insisted upon admitting to
hear his mass Venetians who had
journeyed to Rome purposely to, at
tend the coronation. They numbered
about 300.
When the mass began in the Paul
ine chapel the air was vitiated with
the temperature above 90 degrees.
Pope Pius was seen to
Grow Paler and Paler,
finally throwing out his hand as
though seeking support. He would
have fallen had not Mgr. Hrossau. his
private chaplain, been quick to catch
him.
It is impossible to describe the con
fusion and alarm among the vorshlp
ers while the pope lay motionless and
unconscious with his eyes closed.
Fortunately, among the "Venetians
present was Dr. Davenzia, who for
years has been the pope's attending
physician at Venice, but who had been
cnlled only once during that time. Dr.
Davenzia gave the pontiff immediate
assistance, while messengers tele-
.nr.ed tor Dr. Lapponi. The latter
rushed to the Vatican but did not ar
rive until the pope had been restoied.
The i-wpe, after taking some mech
to calm his heart and nerves, was
able to lunch, afterward takir-s? a sleep
lar.ting two hours and a half. On
awakening he felt much refreshed
Audiences Suspended.
Although the pope was much better
the afternoon, Dr. Lapponi. who
sited him again, thought it more
prudent for his holiness not to leave
MS apartment and not to go into the
"?rden of tne Vatican, as he desired.
Die doctor further insisted on a sus
fusion of audiences.
Tile pope retired earlier than usual,
that he felt quite recovered.
intimates, however, say that he Is
m.-cli changed since his election and
ns to have grown years older. His
sisters at Venice were much alarmed
over the news of his indisposition and
have decided to come to Rome to at
tend him.
Vannutelli for Secretary.
London, Aug. 13.The Catholic Her
r'l aim '!nco fiat Cardinal Vannutelli
will be papal secretary of state.
BULGARIA N O'J.MAGES
Equal to Worst Deeds Ever Committed
by the Turks.
London, Aug. 13.Tin Times prints
a dispatch from Constantinople which
says the palace officials there are dis
tracted by the continual receipt of bad
news and the necessity of dispatching
fresh troops. Bulgarian outrages are
occurring daily, accompanied by acts
of cruelty equal to the worst deeds
ever committed by the Turks.
Another dispatch to the Times,
dated Sofia, Bulgaria, yesterday, says
the towns of Krussevo and Kritchevo
are still in the hands of the insur
gents.
Rome. Aug. 13. The minister of
marine has directed that a squadron
be kept In readiness to sail for the
East should the complications in Mac
edonia make It necessary to protect
Italian subjects there.
Great Grandfather's Powder Horn."
1 Fargo, N. P., Aug. 13.H. L. Ixjmis
I of this city has received a powder
horn that his great great grandfather
I carried in the Revolutionary war. It
was shipped to him from Connecticut
and bears the date of 1771, being 132
years old. It is handsomely carved
and the work appears to have been
done with a pocket knife.
Clerk and $10,000 Disappears.
Atlantic City. N.*J., Aug. 13.The
I police had reported to them last night
the disappearance of the night clerk
I at a Chelsea hotel, and with him dis
appeared some $10,000. Chelsea is a
suburb of this resort.
Earthquake Causes Damage.
Rome, Aug. 13. An earthquake
having the region of Mount A^tna as a
center, was felt yesterday throughout
Sicily and Southern Italy, and to a
smaller degree In Central Italy. Lit
i tie damage was done.
TO HAND IN' HIS RESIGNATION
BEFORE HE SAILS FOR
LONDON.
MAY NOTBE ACTED ON AT ONCE
WILL DEPEND ON LENGTH OF
TIME HE IS ENGAGED ON
ALASKAN MATTER.
00V. TAFT MAY SUCCEED HIM
ROOT'S DESIRE TO RETIRE BASED
PURELY ON PERSONAL
GROUNDS.
Washington. Aug. 13.Before Secre
tary Root sails for London to sit with
the Alaskan commissio. lit. ill place
his resignation in the hands of Presi
dent Roosevelt in order tuat the pres
ident may appoint a secretary of war
if it is deemed necessary aurlng Secre
tary Root's absence. It is expected,
however, that the resignation will not
be acted upon until after congiess
meets. The appointment of Mr. Root's
successor will depend somewhat upon
the length of time that Secretary R'^ot
will be engaged on the Alaskan boun
dary commission.
It has been ki.own for some time
that Secretary Rout intended to re
tire, but he did nut wis! to
Leave the Department
until the general staff bill was in ope
ration and other matters pertaining
to the department were well under
way. It is understood the matter of
his successor had been discussed, and
while nothing official can be obtained,
it is believed the position will be ten
dered Gov. Taft. While Secretary Root
Is in London he will remain in com
munication with the war department
and matters pertaining to the general
staff and other important affairs will
be referred to him, If the sit.ings of
the Alaskan commission extend be
yond Dec. 1 it is likely ihat the secre
tary's resignation will be accepted and
his successor appointed at that time,
and if the situation in the war depart
ment becomes such that a secretary is
needed to take charge of affairs one
will be appointed immediately. It is
believed here that there will be
A Great Deal of Delay
in consideration of the Alaskan boun
dary case and the United Sta. com
missioners may be detained in Lon
don several months.
Secretary Root's desire to leave the
war department is based entirely
upon personal grounds. His family
does not like the life in Washington
and the secretary desires to return to
his lavv practice in New YorK. Th
great questions that were pending in
the war department relating mainly to
the administration of the islands ac
quKed from Spain and the establish
ment of a government in Cuba Jiave
been accomplished during Secretary
Root's administration. The reorgan
ization of the army under the general
staff plan is now well under way and
the secretary feels that he has ac
complished the work he was called
upon to do when he became secretary
of war.
GIRL CONVICT'S STORY.
Miss Mamie Deeris Makes Charges
Against Prison Official.
Milledgeville. Va.. Aug. 13.The in
vestigation of the alleged brutality of
Assistant Superintendant Allagood of
the state prison farm in the whipping
of MJss
Spreading Rails Cause a Bad Wreck
on the "Katy" Railway.
Sedalia. Mo, Aug. 13. The north
bound Missouri, Kansas & Texas flyer
was derailed and ditched two miles
north of Schell City. Two passengers
were seriously injured and seventeen
others slightly hurt, but no one was
killed. Spreading rails caused the
rear trucks of the engine to leave tne
track.
STONE IS CHIEF.
Iowa Man Elected to Succeed the Late
P. M. Arthur and A. B. Youngson.
Cleveland. Aug. 13 W. S. Stone of
Eldon. Iowa, Division No. 108, has
been elected to fill the unexpired term
as grand chief engineer of the Broth
erhood of Locomotive Engineers, mao
vacant by the death of P. M. Arthur
and A. B. Youngson.
New Counterfeit Found.
Washington. Aug. 13. The secreT
service has discovered a new counter
feit $10 silver certificate. The general
appearance of the note is said to be
excellent, and calculated to deceive
even careful handlers of money.
Scientists Poisoned.
Canandaigua, N. Y., Aug. 13.Poi-
son received in either milk or meat
has caused serious illness among thir
ty members of Prof. A. L. Arey's nat
ural science camp on Canandaigua
lake.
?0P fAINT S AWAY|R00 WIL RETIR E SpiONEE HARNES S SHOP
ILA
Mamie Deeris. a female pris-
oner here was bogun yesterday under
the supervision of State Prison Ward
en Jacob Moore. Evidence which was
submitted by Miss Deeris was sub
stantiated by other witnesses. In her
own statement Miss Deeris stat'-d
that Allegood made improper propos
als to her and that he had afterward
threatened her with a view to keeping
her from tellinn of his actions.
MAN.Y ARE HURT.
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
C. D. Steece
The Sign Man
Is here to stay, and is prepared to do all
kinds of ux)-to-date Painting, Paperhang
ing, Free Hand Relief Work Kalsomin
ing. Etc
AL WOR I S GUARANTEED
DON'T FORGET TO SEE HIM BEFORE LETTING
VOIR JOB. HE CAN SAVE V0U MONEY.
LEAVE ORDERS AT BEAIDETTES TAILOR SHOP.
C. D. STEECE
THE SIGN MAN
BEMIDJI *C MINN.
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and Cigars.
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