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We mix paints toorder. Jones 0 If you want to rent a house ial on E. J. \Tillits. 127-tf W. J. Lawrence is up from Duluth. E. A. Davis is-irwtown from Fosston. J. W. Coleman of Crookston, is in the city. P. M. Congclon is down from Blackduck. H. F. Brown of Crookston, is in town today. J. A. Bandt arrived from Foss ton yesterday. S. Knight of Grand Forks, is here on business. James Fedro went up to Bkck^ ~idiictryesIeircTay. Judge Spooner and wife have gone to Minneapolis. Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. 5-i-tf D. O. Collins of Walker is stop ping at the Reinore. George Rogers returned from the west last night. B. H.'Eggen came down from Blackduck yesterday. Short mill wood for sale. 82 per load, delivered. Crookston Lumber Company. 113-tf Capt. Carnally of Red Lake, is registered at the City Hotel. Geo. E. Carpenter of Crooks ton, is registered at the Mark ham Hotel. The fruit canning season is drawing' to a close. This week will wind it up. J. Peterson, Jr. The vault is being placed in the new First National Bank building today. Ladies up-to-date Hats from 98 cents to 20 each at Sever son's, next door to First Nat. Bank. 137-tf S. C. Jackson, on his way from Duluth to Tenstrike, was in Be miclji yesterday. For good wool underwear and hosiery for women and children call at Severson 's, next door to First Nat. Bank. 137-tf Arthur Hagberg of Crookston, traveling for Swift & Co., is call ing on the Bemidji trade today. Wool dress goods and waist ings in patterns only. Dress skirts, shirt waists, corsets and notions at Severson's, next door to First Nat. Bank. 137-tf Clerk of Court Rhoda has re turned from a duck hunting trip to Turtle lake. The birds are scaree just now and he had poor luck, The Berman Emporium will close on Thursday, Oct, 1, to p. in. on account of its being a holiday. 136-^7 Clay Clements, the noted actor, will be in Bemidji on October 12, with a large company of players. A man of Mr. Clements standing would appear in no other. 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. F. O. K. Fraternal Order of Eagles, Bminji AericNo. 351. Meets every Sunday at 8 p. m., Gilmore's Kail. Josepn rlarnngton, W. President tf. LeBIfiu, W. Secretary Visiting Eagles cordially invited. DR. FOSTER DENTIST MILES BRICK BLOCK, BEMIDJI. MINN* Historic Portrait Spoiled. Among the best portraits in the white house previous to the recent "renovation was that of Mrs. Benja min Harrison by Daniel Huntington, for many years America's foremost portrait painter. In the "restoration" this portrait has been rehung to suit some modern interpretation of the alleged original plan off the mansion by George Washington. In doing this the paint has been scratched and Bcraped and in some Important spaces has been knocked off entirely. Worse than this, a hole about three inches long has been punched in the canvas. Want Column AdvertiseitienOi inserted under this heading for in cent a word each in sertion, in advance: no advertisement accepted for less than fifteen cents FOR RENTNicely furnished front room. Inquire 42Q Miu-NASHVILLE iiesota avenue. 125tf FOR RENTA five-room house near main part of town: cheap, if taken at once. Lang x Car-1 tor. 130-5w i FOR SALECheap, pair young! horses, wason, tote. sled, all: complete. G.C. Blake,piione88. FOR SALEShort mill wood. $2 per load, delivered.Crookston Lumber onipan y. 1 14-tf FOR -SALETWO thousand cords of 10-inch wood Wes Wright. 3itf FOR SALENice buffalo coat. Call at M. G. Slocum's Music store. 105-tf FOR SALE-AH kinds of wood. J. P. Duiicalt 'phone num ber 63. 91-tf FOR SALECheap, a good seven room house and 30-foot lot. In quire of L. H. Bailey. 70-tf FOUNDPair sold rimmed spec tacles in Bailey & McDonald's office. Owner can have same by calling at their office and paying for this advertisement. WANTEDTo be the only room er in a private family. Must have telephone. Address W. G., Pioneer. 134-lt INSURE your buildings in the Germania Insurance Co. of New York. Lang & Carter, Agents. dl2l:')-w3l)-tf LOST Wednesday morning, hunting case gold watch. Fend er can secure liberal reward by returning to Western.TJnipn Telegraph office. 137-40 Rich and Varied Assortment. All New Styles for the Coming Season. Our display 3s unequaled in the entire northwest. Now is the time to make yeur selections. Liberal discount on orders placet 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. BERT D. KECK \RCHITECT Plans and Specifications for Al Kinds of Buildings, Brick fi-locks, Court Houses, Hotels, School Houses. Churches and Fine Residences CROOKSTON, MINNESOTA You Know without any word from us that there ismuch better val ue in the Jewelry we sell than there i is in ihe average dealers jroods. It 1 must be so. We are not satisfied to offer the ordi nary goods that have only tempo- i rary attractive- nesswhosequa.1- ities are lleeting. I It pleases us best to offer the ttest I and it undoubted- i pleases pur chasers best. They come again and hive words of praise for what i ihey bought. E. A. BARKER 5i3 THIRD STREET Daily Pioneer irant ads are a success. Trv them. is OAT AMERICAN INTERESTS ON ST. ANDREWS ISLAND WILL BE PROTECTED. BELIEVED BOGOTA GOVERNMENT WILL UNDERSTAND HER MISSION. TROUBLE WITH CABLE COMPANY MINISTER BEAUPRE REPORTS THAT SERIOUS TROUBLE IS LIKELY. Washington. Sent. 30.Edward W,,, Trfrnruer. American consul ut Blue fields, was at ihf state department yesteniay to confer with the authori ties about the reported troubles at St. Andrews island, off the Nicaragua coast The trouble developed after Mr. Trimmer left, for his vacation, and it was reyorted to the slate department by the agent acting in his absence. It is expected the gunboat Nashville, which has been ordered to St. An drews, will get under way from Pensa cola to-day. BluefieJAs will probably be one of her portfe of call. Acting Secretary of Suite Adee yes terday said that there hud been no pour parleurs between the state de partment and the Colombian governm ent regarding the St. Andrews trouble, and it is believed the Bogota govern ment will appreciate the fact that the mission of the Nashville is in the in terest of restoring order and affording protection to American citizens, Cable Row On. The state department is taking great interest in the light, now going on between Colombia and the cable company which lands at Panama. Ad vices received from Minister Beaupre yesterday afternoon indicate that seri ous troubles may be expected unless the cable company shall defer its in tended action of refusing to transmit messages from Buena Ventura to Pan ama Acting under instructions from the state department, Beaupre is en deavoring to arrange some amicable adjustment of the difficulty. It was officially explained at the state department yesterday that the trouble in Colombia arises from the re fusal of the Colombian government to extend the concession to the cable company, and to give the company more favorable terms. Under the pres ent concession, which expires in 1904, the cable company operates a lino from Panama to Buena Ventura. From Buena Ventura a land line belonging to the Colombian government extends to Bogota. The cable company has announced that unless the new con cession is granted as as Iced for it will refuse to transmit any government messages from Buena Ventura to Pan ama after Oct. 1. STILL TALKING CANAL. Colombian Congress Devoting Its At tention to the Treaty. Colon, Sept. 30.Advices have been received from Bogota that congress has paBSd a law authorizing the pres ident to conclude a canal treaty with the United States without the approvai of congress. Washington, Sept. 30,-The follow ing bulletin was posted at the state department yesterday:. "The state department received to day at 3:12 p. m. a caWe message from Minister Beaupre, dated Sept. 27, 8 p. m. He''reports that there has been no change in the situation in re spect to the canal matter. A seconrl debate on the bill reported by the committee is expected within a few days, and it is thought that it will be* defeated. The present outlook is for some amendment of the reported bill." THREE BUILDINGS WRECKED. Explosion Occurs at the Cornell Pow der Mills Near Sharnokin, Pa. Shamokin. Pa.., Sept. 30.An explo sion occurred at the Cornell powder mills near here yesterday and the dye house and two storehouses were wrecked. Fire followed the explosion and three other buildings of the plant were destroyed. No one was injured. The loss is between $35,000 and $40,- 000. CAR RUNS AWAY. Ten Persons Are Injured, Two Seri ously, in Chicago. Chicago. Sept. 30Ten persons were injured, two seriously, in an accident on the Halstead street cable line. The train ran away and for '"two blocks im periled the lives of many persons. It is said the train was in charge of a new gripman. Two wagons were struck before it came to a Btop. Thousands of Acres of Corn Ruined. Clinton, Iowa, Sept. 34).The Mis sissippi river, which registers 15 1-2 feet above low water mark, yesterday spread over the low lands near hen inundating thousands of acres of corn, ruining hay and submerging pastures. Farmer Loses His Grain. Spring Yalley, Wis., Sept. 30.Allan Green at Olive lost all his grain last night by a fire which bxirned the 'stacks and tbe separator belonging to F. B. Churchill no insurance. It is thought, tfc ftre^w^g incendiarv^^ SEN WA CLOUD S LIF i I THE MACEDONIAN SITUATION NOW APPEARS MUCH BRIGHTER. Of?Dl RED TO SCJ NE 'TlltKISH TROOPS WILL \01 MOVE PORTERS ASSURANCE LESSENS APPREHENSION IN BUL- GARIA. Kll Al BULGARIAN CAPTIVES LONDON TIMES LEARNS THAT SULTAN HAS ISSUED SUCH ORDERS. -Sofia. Bulgaria, Sept." 30,'me situ atiou l.oie is much brighter and the va clouds appear to have lit to.!. The join's issuranet- that the l.irty two battalions recently ordered to iirooeod from Mbnastir to Adrianqple will not be moved has lessened the apprehen sion oi the Bulgarian government. Further satisfaction is derived from the fact that M. Nfatohoyltch is going to Constantinople in the capacity of Bulgarian diplomatic agent, lie con ducted the negotiations with the porte last June, and after their failure re turned to Sofia. Ministry Doing its Best. The committee appointed for the purpose at the time of Sunday's deni onstration of 15,000 Macedonians in this city yesterday waited on Premier Petroff and asked him if the govern ment intended to do anything to help the Macedonians. M. Petroff replied that the ministry was acting in what. ir conceived to be the best Interests of Bulgaria, and would continue the same policy. The Dnevnik. commenting on the situation, says: "Although the Bul garians remain quiet, it is not a true indication of the national feelings, but it is owing to the approaching elec tions." The paper adds 1 hat it will "not be long ben everybody will try to force the gov snent into art ion." To Kill All Bulgarian Captives. London, Sept. 30.The Times learns from a trustworthy sourer' that the Palace committee at Yildiz Kiosk has recommended that all Bulgarians cap tured in the future shall be shot. It is stated (1 at the sultan holds the same view and that the necessary orders have been issued. Gory Turk Honored. Salonica. Sept. 30.Bakahzar Pasha, who was responsible for the tnassa cres at Krushevo and Smilevo, has been decorated with the Order of the Medjidie of the first class. lie has been sent to the district of Kastdrfa, where six villages already have been burned and many insurgents killed. BECKER OUT OF PRISON. Notorious Forger Released From San Quentln. San Francisco, Sept. 30. Charles Becker, the mosi accomplished former in the country, if no! In the worls. was released yesterday from San Quentin prison after serving a,seven-year sen tence. Hia crime was the raising of a $12 check on the" Crocker-Wool worth bank to $22,000. The check was beau tifully executed and it. was readily cashed at the Nevada bank by one of Becker's pals. Yesterday Becker said he was going straight back to New York. His wife lives in Brooklyn and he expects to find her there. It has been rumored that the American Bankers' association has given film a good salary to abstain from forgery, but this Becker denies. POPE WAY LEAVE VATICAN. Gives Impression That He Will Not Remain a Prisoner. Rome, Sept. 30.According to the Tribuna Pius X., on receiving the ab bot of the celebrated monastery of Monte Cassjni, in the Campania, said: "We shall soon meet, most reverend father, at Monte Casslni." Then re marking the effect that his words pro duced an impression that, his holiness would some day leave the Vatican pre cincts, he added: "Pray, for all things are obtained by prayer." The pope is also said to have told the abbot of the Benedictine monastery at Cava Dei Tirriene, near Salerno, that tie him self would open the jubilee of the im maculate conception. TOO MUCH "30N ORE. Ishpeming Company \'ill Lay Off the Night Shif Marquette-. Mich.. Sep! 30. The Cleveland Cliffs company, the largest independent producer of iron ore in the Ishpeming fields, yesterday in structed the management to lay off the night shifts at all four of the com pany's mines in the Ishpeming region. Some 600 men will be affected-. Over production of ore is assigned as the reason for the curtailment. ROW ENDS IN MURDER. Wisconsin Man Fatally Shot After a Slight Altercation. Ashland, Wis., Sept. 30. William I Voight of Mercer was shot yesterday afternoon by Sam Dnesette and he I died three hours after being brought to Ashland. The two men had a slight altercation, whereupon Duesette went I to a neighboring store and borrowed a I rifle, saying he was going duck shooting. Returning to where he had I left Voight. he fired at him shooti&g' him throe *U the body. *VL" 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 CENT'S PER SINGLE ROLL We havo the only paper trimmer in the city, and trim our paper free of charge Room Moldings, 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 AT FUNERAL Telephone Night Calls, 12-158 TELEPHONE ORDERS DIRECT TO US CHEAP LOTS Anyone desiring a cheap lot in any part of Bemidji, call on f JOHN F. GIBBONS Local Agent for the Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Company FIRST CLASS SAMPLE ROOM CHOICEST BRANDS MAC'S MINT GEO. M'TACCART, PROP. CHOICE WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS BELTRAMI AME., BEMIDJI. MINN.