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We mix paints toorder. Jones 6 H. C. Helm is up from Duluth. S. Fraley is down from North ome. T. A. Tack is here from Park Rapids. J. F. Hurley is in the city from Brainerd. A. M. Bagley was at Sohvay yesterday. H. E. Brooks is down from Blackduck. u. O. E. Erickson of Ely is stop ping in town. C. W. Hastings of Grand Rap ids is in town. N. A. Otterstad of Turtle is in town on business. If you want to rent a house call on E. J. Wlllits. 127-tf Mrs. A. L. Ballard of St. Cloud is visiting in the city. O. R. Kelly of Mankato is reg istered at the Markham. Did you see and count the snow flakes this morning? Mrs. M. Brown of Fargo is visiting friends in the city. A.- A. Wi-Hiams of Wiilmar, Minn., is in town on business. Read Daily Pioneer want ads. You'll find that it will pay you to do so. Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. 54-tf A. Henderson, who has been on the Turtle River survey, is home again. Short mill wood for sale. S2 per load, delivered. Crookston Lumber Company. 113-tf George Millard of the First National bank is visiting at Grand Rapids for a couple of weeks. Wait for the millinery opening at the Berman Emporium, Fri day and Saturday, the 25th and 26th. 130-32 The latest novelties in fall and winter style hats are now on sale by A. Barker, at O'Leary & Bowser. 123-tf Wm. McCuaig and wife are in .St. Paul where Mr. McCuaig will -attend the grand lodge of the Knights of Pythias. DR- 1TV1TC JL# I IlrfO LARSON, the eye specialist, at the City hotel Sept 21, 22, 23 and 24. 129 This is the day when people are looking for big returns from small investments. You are as .sured good returns if you use our want column. A. Barker, of O'Leary & Bow ser, has just returned from the east with a full line of street and pattern hats. Opening will be announced later. 123-tf The smallest want ad is care fully read each day by hundreds of people. A few cents' expend iture puts you in close touch with those hundreds. Miss Barker and Miss Baker of the O'Leary and Bowser store, have returned from the East, where they purchased an exten sive line of fall goods. 123-tf VACANT LOTSI have nine va cant lots 50x337 feet. $150 each $10 down, S10 per month they will go like hot cakes come quick. E. J. Willits. 129. There will be shown at the Berman Emporium Friday and Saturday an elegant display of pattern hats in the latest de signs. Remember the date, Sept. 25 and 26. 130-32 PALMIST Madame Brown, the celebrated palmist, has locat ed in the Achenbach building east of the Remore hotel. Have your fortune told. She tells you your past, present and future everything you want to know. Price 50 cents. Don't miss this opportunity. 130-5 DR. FOSTER DENTIST MILES BRICK: BLOCK, BEMIDJI, MIN W Want Column Advertisements Inserted under this heading for one cent a word each In sertion, in advance no advertisement accepted for less than fifteen cents ANYONE desiring: to buy a rotary sawiniU of 20,000 feet capacity write "No. 300," care this office. FOR RENTNicely furnished front room. Inquire 420 Min nesota avenue. 125tf FOR RENTA live-room house near main part of town cheap if taken at once. Lang & Car ter. 130-5w FOR SALEShort mill wood. 2 per load, delivered.Crookston Lumber Company. 114-tf FOR-SALETwo thousand cords of 16-inch wood. Wes Wright. 34-tf FOR SALE-rNice buffalo coat. Call at M. G. Slocum's Music store. 105-tf 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 INSURE your buildings in the Germania Insurance Co. of New York. Lang & Carter, Agents. dl26-w30-tf WANTEDA girl for general housework. Mrs. Ed. Kaiser. Call at residence. WANTED Messenger boy at Western Union Telegraph of nee. 117-tf FURS! Rich and Varied Assortment. AH New Styles for the Coming Season. Our display is unequaled in the entire northwest. Now is the time to make your selections. Liberal discount on orders placec now, and we keep goods till needed. Repairing, Remodeling and Dye ing a Specialty. Prices Moderate. References: R. B. Griffith and Sig Wolff, Grand Forks Fontaine & Anglim, Crookston. CHARLES V0GEL at Sig Wolff's Department Store, Grand Forks, N. D. F. c.-Jr o. m. Fraternal Order of Eagles, Beminjl AericNo.351. Meets every Sunday at 8 p.m., Oilmore's Hall. Josep/i Harrington, W. President H. LeBIeu, W. Secretary Visiting Eagles cordially invited. BERT D. KECK VRCHITECT Plans and Specifications for All Kinds of Buildings, Brick Blocks, Court Houses, Hotels, School Houses, Churches and Fine Residences CROOKSTON, MINNESOTA Laboring Men's Choice to Buy a Home. We have several 40-acre tracts of good farm land close to utirth end of Bemidji lake which we will offer for the next 30 days at 4.50 and 85 per acre terms, $10 per 40 cash down, balance S- A per month, with on or before privilege in payments. Don't miss this chance. SELKCE LANTD CO., 103-1 Turtle River, Minn. Observe our jewelry close ly and it will be seen that almost everything1 in this large assortment of Jewelry, Watches, Silverware, Etc is of new and very beautiful design. Besides this there is a great superio it of quality. Many of these really beau tiful articles for personal wear or use should be sold at a much higher price. We show also a fine assortment of diamond-. E.H. BARKER 513 THIRD STREET YOUNGER \H JAIi EMBEZZLEMENT IS CHARGED AGAINST FORMER MINNE- SOTA CONVICT. NOTHING IN IT, SAYS C01E JAMES AND YOUNGER BOTH AS- SERT THAT CHARGES ARE RETALIATORY. WANTED ORAPTING CUT 0 1 REFUSED TO ALLOW THEIR NAMES USED WITH'THIEV- ING OUTFIT. Nevada. Mo.. Sept. 23.Cole Young er has been arrested on a charge of embezzlement of $6,000 has been made against Cole Younger by the management of a Wild West show with which Frank James and Younger have been associated since Youngor's pardon from the Minnesota peniten tiary, where he was serving a life sentence. James and Younger had previously brought action for damages against the management because, as they allege, the show proprietors failed to equip the aggregation accord ing to contract and refused to drive away the gambling element that fol lowed the show. Both James and Younger assert there Is nothing iu^the embezzlement charge, which, they say, js retaliatory. Objected to Thieves and Grafters. They have given out the following statement for publication: "We have severed all connection with the Janies-Ycunger Wild West show. The management ^was duly notified to choose between grafters and us. They refused to eliminate the grafters, hence we refuse to allow our names to be used with a thieving cutfi*- "Frank- James, "Cole Younger." 8aid Frank James yesterday: "For twenty-five years we have lived ex emplary lives and never shall associ ate ourselves with thieves or grufters. We have fought this thing from the Btart and begged them to run a clean show. We have put up a stiff fight for our honor, and no two men God Al mighty ever breathed the breath of life into have been under so severe a strain Trying to Be Right with all mankind. We are willing to die in a righteous cause, but no man shall rob or graft if we can prevent it. When I started this aggregation Chief of Police O'Connor of St. Paul gave me careful instructions to fight every possible suggestion of a graft, to run nothing but-a clean show, and I am glad to say I have followed his in-*the Btructions faithfully to the letter. Younger never wanted to go with the show at all his desire was to place himself on a higher plane of the lec ture platform had not the State of Minnesota forbid it. Our only motive is honor, and we will keep fighting for it." HANDS OFF, SAYSe LEOPOLD. He Will Not Submit to Arbitration In Congo Affairs. London, Sept. 23.A Brussels des patch to the Times says King Leo pold's reply to the note of the powers concerning the Congo state, contends that the alleged cruelties are based on untrustworthy testimony, and repudi ates the idea of arbitration as incom patible with his sovereign rights. WON BYWANAMAKER. Jury Finds His Attack en State Print er Robinson Justified. Beaver. Pa., Sept. 23.The slander suit brought against ex-Postmaster General John Wanamaker by former State Printer Thomas Robinson, has ended in a victory for the defendant. The sealed verdict was read in court yesterday and found for the defend ant. Big Real Estate Deal. Chicago, Sept. 23.One of the most extensive real estate deals in the his tory of the city has practically been completed for the University of Chi cago. The transactions involve the purchase of the entire south frontage of the Midway Plaisance between Cot tage Grove and Madison avenues at a total consideration estimated at fl,- 000,000 for the land and $450,000 for the buildings. Countess De Champeaux Dead. Detroit, Sept. 23.A cable dispatch was received last night announcing the death of Countess L. De Cham peaux, at the Chateau Villeneuve. Cote d'Or, France. The countess was the daughter of F. F. Palms of De troit and was married on June 3, 1902. The Pope Has Rheumatism. London, Sept. 23.A dispatch from Rome to the Leader says that the I pope is suffering from rheumatism and the audiences have been sus pended. His sister Antonia is critical i iy ill at Venice. Islands to Be Sold. Marquette. Mich., Sept. 23. On Oct. 31 the United States land office herp will receive bids for the sale of islands in Long lake. They are Round island, Long ieland and Fox island, ..___.__-*- SAUCY TO TURKEY BULGARIA MAKES VERY SHARP REPLY TO THE SULTAN'S NOTE. SAYS JIST WHAT MIST BE DONE 'TURKEY MUST END MASSACRES AND WITHDRAW FRONTIER FORCES. BULGARIA ALSO MAKES THREATS IF PRESENT SITUATION CONTIN- UES AN ARMY WILL BE SENT TO FRONTIER. Sofia. Sept. 23. The unfavorable replies ofAustria and Russia to Bul garia's last note, and the fact that none of the other great powers has yet replied, coupled with the allega tions that one of the powers is en couraging the military party at Yildlz Kiosk, tend to ertate a less hopeful feeling hero. There is, however, no perceptible change in the situation. Various reports are- in circulation re garding negotiations between Turkey and Bulgaria looking to a solution of the Macedonian difficulty. The Dnovnik says that Turkey has presented a note to Bulgaria asking for the hitter's assistance in reaching a .peaceful solution. Bulgaria replied, that Turkey Must End the Massacres, withdraw her frontier forces, guaran tee peace and protection to the vil lagers desiring to return to their homes, amnesty to the political of fenders and the introduction of such government reforms as will pacify Macedonia and Adrianople. The Bulgarian reply concluded: "If the present situation continues, the Bulgarian government will be com pelled to yield to public opinion and send an army to the frontier." It appears doubtful that the govern ment has sent such an answer, but the statement published represents in some degree the government's atti tude. According to information received at revolutionary headquarters from Monaetir 120 persons Perished In the Flames of their burning villages near Kas toria and more than 1,200 bodioB of women and children are said to be ly ing unburled in the fields and on the roadsides around that place. According to fugitives who have ar rived at Rlla from. DJ-umala a serious engagement has occurred at Pekin, near Melnik, sixty-five miles from Sa lonlca, in which the Turks are said to have lost 500 men killed, including two colonels. Mo9t of the villages in district of Melnik are in the hands of the insurgents Many of the vil lages are in flames. It is reported that f0 Turks were killed with dynamite while fighting against a body of insurgents in the Kresna defile. PETER A PUPPET. King of Servla Surrounded by a Clique of Assassins. London, Sept. 23.The Times cor respondent at Belgrade Bends a re view of the situation in Servla in which he says the military conspiracy at Nlsh directed against the regicides is far graver than the government dare acknowledge. Of a total of I76OO officers, 1,000 are said to be. concerned in it, and probably the bulk of the na tion secretly sympathizes with them. The clique of assassins, however, hold all the chief civil and military offices, the keys of the arsenal and the treas ury, and any one crossing their path is doomed. The king is surrounded and under the rule of the assassins, and many doubt whether he will ever shake himself free. & KILLED A PRIEST. Filipino Fanatic, Single-Handed, At tacks a Boat Load of Soldiers. Manila, Sept. 23.A detachment of the Twenty-eighth infantry embarked In boats had a sharp engagement on Toros lake, Lanao, on Che Huh iust., with a band of fanatical Morns, during which Private O. L. Harnett was killed. One of the leaders of the en emy, a priest, single-handed, attacked a boat load of soldiers. He was killed. CHARGED WITH FRAUD. Another Supply Officer in the Philip pines Is Arrested. Manila. Sept. 23.James W. Walsh, Jr., constabulary supply officer, sta tioned at Masbate, in the province of Viscaya, in the military department of Luzon, has. been arrested on the charge of defrauding the government. He is said to be short $5,000 in sup plies, with a deficit of $8,000 in his cash account OFFERS $5,000 REWARD. Big Sum Offered for Arrest of O. P. Dexter's Murderer. New rk, Sept. 23.Henry Dexter the aged father of Orlando P. Dexter, fa wealthy capitalist and lawyer of New York, who vas assassinated ifrom ambush in the Adirondack.^, has 'announced that he will pay a re^Wd of So.OuO for the conviction of %is son's murderer. Every foot of the country about the scene of th^ mur der wilLbe beaten aver in the search. REMOVAL ..SALE,. 1,000 Rolls of Wail Paper while it lasts at 5, 7,8,10,12, 14, 16, 1 8 and 20 cents per double roll Borders to match at the same price per roll INGRAINS PLAIN AT 8 (EMS PER SINGLE ROLL We have the only paper trimmer in the city, and trim our paper free of charge Room Meldings, Plate Rails, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Kalsomining. Etc. Phone 20 31 1 Bemidji Avenue W JONES E. L. NAYL0R Funeral Director and Embalmer FLOWERS CASKETS, COFFINS ETC. PERSONAL ATTENDANCE A FUNERAL Telephone Night Calls, 12-158 TELEPHONE ORDERS DIRECT TO US FIRST CLASS SAMPLE jROOM CHOICEST BRANDS MAC'S MINT CEO. M'TAGGART, PROP. CHOICE MINES, LIQUORS AND IC1GARS BELTRAMI AiZE., BEMIDJI. MINN. CHEA LOTS Anyone desiring a cheap lot in any part of Bemidji, call on JOHN F. GIBBONS Local Agent for the Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Company