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THE CITY
Major Wilson is at Nebish.
We mix paints toorder. Jones
A. Harris is down from Ten
strike.
R. H. McCoy of Grand Forks
is in town.
Charles Loring of Crookston is
in the city.
C. H. Allen is in town from
Blackduck.
H. R. Hadley has returned to
Park Rapids.
Frank Madlan left for Brainerd
this morning.
E. S. White of St. Paul was in
town yesterday.
If you want to rent a house
call on E. J. Willits. 127-tf
P. J. Ramsey arrived from
Brainerd yesterday.
Al Kaiser of Bagley was a vis
itor in Bemidji Sunday.
C. L. Hillstead came down from
iSTorthonie yesterday.
William Kelly of Grand Rapids
is in the city on business.
W. Elliot of St. Cloud is reg
istered at the MarkhairL
William McCuaig and wife have
returned from the Twin Cities.
Furnished rooms for rent over
the Boyer building. Inquire
upstairs. $ 54-tf
Geo. Lydick and wife of Cass
Lake arrived in the city yes
terday.
P. H. McGuire left today for
Buhl, where he will remain till
spring.
Evan Carson made a flying trip
to Buena Vista Friday night with
a telegram.
Short mill wood for sale. 82
per load, delivered. Crookston
Lumber Company. 113-tf
B. F. Bishop came up from
-Cass Lake and spent Sunday in
Bemidji with his family.
The fruit canning season is
drawing to a close. This week
will wind it up. J. Peterson, Jr.
Mrs. Chris Wrayge and little
son Christian of Cass Lake are
guests at the home of Mrs. B. F.
Bishop.
Just arrived at the Berman
Emporium, a large line of ladies'
winter coats made in latest and
most exquisite designs. 133-tf
The Bazaar has just received a
large consignment of ladies' win
ter wrapslatest designs, prices
reasonable. Call and see them, wl
Helmer Peterson, the Western
Union telegraph operator, re
turned Saturday night from a
visit to his home in Menominee,
Wis.
A fresh supply of Lowney's de
licious chocolate bon bons in
quarter, half, one and two pound
packages just received. They
.are the best. J. Peterson, Jr.
County Auditor Sylvester and
"W. A. Casler have returned from
the Twin Cities, where they ap
peared before the state board of
equalization on tax matters.
VACANT LOTSI have nine va
cant lots 50x337 feet, 150 each
$10 down, $10 per month: they
will go like hot cakes come
quick. E. J. Willits. 129
Before buying examine our
new line of clothing and furnish
ing goods, which is the most
complete and up-to-date in the
Northwest. The Palace Clothing
Store. 133-tf
Come and examine our new
line of ladies' and children's
skirts and waists, received this
morning. Waists from 75 cents
to 10. At the Berman Em
porium. 133-tf
PALMIST Madame Brown,
the celebrated palmist, has locat
ed in the Achenbach building
east of the Re more hotel. Have
your fortune told. She tells you
your past, present and future
everything you
Price 50 cents,
opportunity.
want, to know.
Don't miss this
130-5
DR. FOSTER
DENTIST.,
MILES BRICK BLOCK, BEMIDJI, MINN.
Wan Column
Advertisements inserted under this
heading for one cent a word each in
sertion, in advance noadvertisement
accepted for less than fifteen cents
ANYONE desiring- to buy a rotary
sawmil! of 20,(KM feet capacity write-
'"No. 300,*' care this othce.
F0R~REN
7
INSURE your buildings in the
Germania Insurance Co. of
New York. Lang & Carter,
Agents. dl*26-w30-tf
"WANTEDPlain sewing by the
day. Margaret Clair, general
delivery. 132-3
WANTEDA girl for general
housework. Mrs. Ed. Kaiser.
Call at residence.
WANTEDMessenger boy at
Western Union Telegraph of
fice. 117-tf
WANTEDTo be the only room
er in a private family. Must
have telephone. Address W.
G.j Pioneer. 134-lt
FURS!
Rich and Varied Assortment.
All 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. v^
CHARLES VOGEL
at Sig Wolff's Department Store,
Grand Forks, N. D.
F. O. K.
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Bemlnji Aerie No. 351.
Meets every Sunday at 8 p. m
Ullinore's Hall.
Josep.i Harrington, W. President
H. LeBleu, W. Secretary
Visiting Eagles cordially invited.
BERT I). KECK
\RCHITECT
Plans and Specifications for All Kinds of
Buildings, Brick Blocks, Court Houses,
Hotels, School Houses, Churches and Fine
Residences
CROOKSTON, MINNESOTA
A
T^Nicely furnished
front room. Inquire 420 Min
nesota avenue. 12.5_tf
FOR RENTA five-room house
near mam part of town: cheap
if taken at once. Lang & Car
ter. 130-5w
FOR SALECheap, pair young
horses, wagon, tote sled, all
complete. C. G. Blake,j?hone88.
FOR SALEShort mill wood. $2
per load, delivered.Cr okston
Lumber Company. 114-tf
FOR SALETwo thousand cord.- of
lli-inch wood. Wes Wright. 34tf
FORT'SALE^Xic7~bufial coat.
Call at M. CT. Slocurn'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
auireof L. H. Bailey. 70-tf
You Know
without any word
from us that there
is much better val
ue in the
Jewelry
we sell than there
is in ihe average
dealers groods. It
must be so. We
are not satisfied
to offer the ordi
nary goods that
have only tempo-
rary attractive-
ness whosequal-
ities are fleeting-.
It pleases us best
to offer the best
and it undoubted-
ly pleases pur
chasers best. They
come again and
have words of
praise for what
thev bought.
E.H. BARKER
513 THIRD STREET
w I N
Municipal Affairs Are Being
Looked Into by the
Grand Jurv.
SIX INDICTMENTS HAVE BEEN
SO FAR RETURNED.
D. H. Moreland Mentioned in
All Five That Are
Made Public,
Detroit. Mich.. Sept. 27.Six indict
ments were returned yesterday after:
noon by the grand jury which has been
investigating municipal affairs, and
particularly public works, for the last
two months. Five" of them were
made public in court late yesterday
afternoon, and they name the follow
ing persons: D. W. 11. Moreland.
former commissioner of public works,
recently removed from office by the
council Herman Wartell and T. J.
White, former employes of the public
works department under Moreland
John Hock, a former department of
works employe and contractor Henry
Merdian, a contractor, and his associ
ate, Robert Conway. Moreland is
named in each Of" the five indictments
read in court yesterday afternoon.
Two of the indictments charge him
wit* conspiracy to defraud, and the
olhar three with misappropriation and
concerting prop* rty of the city to the
usa of others. In the first of the in
dictments
Alleging Conspiracy,
it is charged that Moreland, Merdian,
Conway, Wartell and White conspired
in March, 1902, to defraud the city of
$i,000 through the payrolls of the de
partment of public works for street
sweeping and teaming, and in the sec
ond, that Moreland, with Wartell,
White and Hock, conspired in the
same month to defraud the city out
of $1,000 through street sweeping and
teaming bills. The other three indict
ments charge Moreland, under a spe
cial statute, with converting 1,735 feet
of Medina curb stone, valued at, $800,
to Thomas J. Kennedy with convert
ing 1,052 cubic yards of sand worth
$500, to Henry Merdian & Co., and
with converting 400 yards of crushed
atone, worth 400, to John Archer ami
John HOCK.
The sixth indictment was not read
in court, and Prosecutor Hunt declined
to state whether or not it named any
of the persons mentioned in the other
five.
Mr. Moreland came into court early
last evening, and when askj to plead
stood mute on advice of hits attorney.
The judge, accordingly, entered a
plea of not guilty and fixed Mi. More
land's bail on all five indictments at
$6,600. It was" given.
SPANKS HER IN COURT.
Father Chastises Daughter Publicly by
Order of the Court.
New York, Sept. 27.On several oc
casions Recorder Hyman Lazarus of
Bayonne has compelled fathers to
spank their wayward boys in open
court. Yesterday for the first time in
New Jersey, a girl was soundly
whipped in court by direction of Re
corder Lazarus. The girl was Katie
Kantor, nine years old, and the whip
ping was done by her father with a
cat-'o-nine-tails. After the operation,
which was very painful to the child,
was over, she promised her father and
the court never to lie or steal again.
Katie was arraigned with Mary Dwyer,
who lives in the same house with her
and is one year older. They were ar
rested for stealing eggs and groceries
from several stores. Their depreda
tions had been going on for months
and the police had hunted for small
boys before they got a clew which led
to the discovery of the two girls.
PRIEST SHORT IN ACCOUNTS.
Speculated in Mining Stocks With the
Money Belonging to the Church.
Denver, Sept. 27.The News says
Fther Callahan, the pastor of the ca
thedral parish and in charge of tie
finances of the- parish and for the
building of the new cathedral, is short
in his accounts to the amount of some
thing like $20,000. The entire amount
of the cathedral fund, $52,000. has
been invested in mining stocks by
Father Callahan, according to the
News, and at least half of the total
sum has been lost through depression
of the stocks. There is no suspicion
that Father Callahan has profited per
sonally from the affair. It is believed
that he began the speculation to iri
crease the cathedral fund, and after
learning that he was losing, has grad
ually invested the entire sum in order
to make good.
KILLED BY NATIVES. V*
Fugitives From Military Prison on
Maligi Island Found Dead.
Manila, Sept. 27. Two prisoners
named Rudd and Black, escaped fugi
tives from the United States military
prison on Maligi island, on Luana bay,
Luzon, have been killed by natives.
In defense the latter claim that the
killing took place during an attempt
to capture the fugitives to gain the re
ward which was offered for their ar
rest and return to the military au-
thoTitiea.
Read Daily Pioneer want ads.
You'll find that it will pay you to
I do so.
REFUSE TO ARBITRATE.
Minneapolis Mill Owners Will Not
Consider Preposition
Minneapolis, Sept. 27.li*" Minne
is in.,i owners yesterday directed
i open letter to Mayor Haynes in re
ply to his request that they submit to
arbitration, In which they flatly refuse i
to consider the proposition. They say:
"W' have no hesitation in saying
further that we prefer to shut down I
our mills if we cannot rind men willing
tqx\vorJu'at the present scale of hour:- I
and wages'. Minneapolis flour man
nfactiiring is jjTeady carrying as gjeaj
a handicap as it can possibly stand."
Pickets to the number of seventy
five are placed abcfui the mills where
the strike is on There have been no
disturbances anrtTOUone are expected,
althotfgh a large wfc'ail of police has
hi-vn stationed in lie vicinity of the
mills.
Owe more of the mills resumed
grinding yesterday, but the sLrikerJ
say that it is ant running enough
wheat through to amount to anything
and are hot at all dis ouraged.
END OF ROMANCE.
Son of Congressman Lot Thomas is
Divorced by His Wife.
Si hn Lake, lov.a. Sept! 27 Tleta
6. Thomas, daughter of W. E, Brown,
president 'of the Firs National hank
of this "ity. was granted a divorce
from Frank W. Thomas, son of Con
gressman Lot Thomas, on the .mounds
of cruel and inhuman treatment. The
proceedings were kept very secret on
account of the prominence of the fam
ilies, the defendant waiving notice ot
time of hearing. This ends a romance
which culminated in. an elopement u\
Sioux Sity about two years ago, where
they were married. They returned
here, hut after several mouths sepa
rated.
SWINE PLAGUE AGAIN.
Breaks Out After It Had Been Consid
ered Eradicated.
Albert I.ea. .Minn., Sept. 27.SSvine
plague has broken out in this county
again alter it was supposed to have
been eradicated. W. S. Carey and
Charles Johnson have lost hogs, the
former twenty-one and the latter
twelve. There are also some cases In
Haywartl township. Dr. Brimhal), of
the siate hoard of veterinarians, was
here and established as strict a quar
antine as possible. The disease pre
vailed, to some extent in the neighbor
hood of the Carey jjn'd Johnson farms
a year ago, and mu.ay hogs died.
POSTOFFICE ROBBED,
Stamp and Order Funds Are
Oi'u: ied Away.
Sioux Falls, S. 1)., Sept. 117. The
United States authorities in this city
were yesterday notified that the post
office at Pai mer, on the Omaha rail
road in the eastern part of Hanson
county, was robbed Thursday night.
No postage stamps were taken, but
the stamp' and money order funds
were carried away. A stranger who
had been hanging around Farmer for
several days and whose actions have
been somewhat suspicious has been
arrested on a charge of having been
implicated in the robbery.
MORE TROUBLE FOR AL.
Charge of Non-Support Is Changed to
Bigamy.
Winona, Minn., Sept. 27.Al Packer,
who has been in jail at this place for
some time on the charge of non-sup
port of his wife, was taken to St. Paul
yesterday on the charge of bigamy. It
is alleged that he ha? two wives, one
in this state and recently a resident
of St. Charles, and the other, Mary .T.
Bowen, who is claimed to be his sec
ond wife, now in El ha, Iowa.
YELLOWSTONE SURVEYED.
About a Million Acres Are Taken
From the Park.
Butte, Mont., Sept. 27. Inspector
Barrett has completed the survey of
the boundary lines of the Yellowstone
Park forest reserve and has forwarded
his report to Washington. It is under
stood the how survey cuts off about a
million acres from the reserve, and
restores to entry many valuable tracts
of grazing and agricultural lands now
ehbraced in the reservation.
ENGINEER KILLED.
Four Others Scaled and the Town
Threatened With Fire.
Bradley, S. D.. Sept. 27.Peterson
& McFarland's threshing engine blew
up a short distance out of town, kill
ing Martin Pet -sun. engineer, and
badly bruising and scalding four la
borers. Fire from the engine was
blown into a wheat field and only by
hard labor was a largf field of wheat,
as well as the town, saved.
Oldest Resident Dead.
White Earth. &?nn., S*T. 27. Jo
seph Bellanger, one of the oldest res
idents of the state and of the reserva
tion, and one of the few remaining
voyageurs of the old American Fur
company, also a former employe of the,
late Hon. H. M. Rice, died at the indi
gent home in the ninetieth year of his
age.
Burglars Rob Saloon.
Tony, Wis., Sept. 27Robbers brofco
into the saloon of Tom Baker at Lady
smith, six miles west of here, early
yesterday morning, securing $100
after demolishing three coin machines,
the cash register and other fixtures.
Bloodhounds on Their Trail.
Sioux City, Iowa, Sept. 27. Blood
hound* have been put on the trail of
C. Driscoll and Harry Parry, who dug
out of the O'Brien county jail at Prim
ghar Wednesday night. They wer
in Jail tor robberv.
REMOVAL ..SALE..
1,000 Rolls of Wall
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 CENTS FKR SINGLE ROLL
We have the only pa per trimmer in the city, and trim oar
paper free of eh a rue
Room Moldings. Plate Kails. Paints,
Oils. Varnishes, Kalsomining, Etc.
Phone 20 311 Bemidji Avenue
W JONES
mi
E. L. NAYL 0R
Funeral Director and Embalmer
FLOWERS CASKETS, COFFINS, ETC.
PERSONAL ATTENDANCE HTFUNERAL
Telephone Night Calls, 12-158
TELEPHONE ORDERS DIRECT TO US
CHEA LOTS
Anyone desiring a cheap lot
in any part of Bemidji, call on
JOliN F. GIBBONS
Local Agent for the
Bemidji Townsite &
improvement Company
FIRST CLASS SHMPLE ROOM
CHOICEST BRANDS
MAC'S MINT
CE O. M'TACGART. PROP.
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
BELTRAMI HVE., BEMIDJI. MINN.

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