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John Qringer is down from Nebish. Fancy groceries, fresh stock. Peterson's. 141-tf P. J. Kussel spent yesterday in Cass Lake. If you want to rent a house call on E. J. Willits 1'27-U The Bazaar will close tonight and Friday at 6 p. m. 13 A village election will be held at Kelliher on Oct. 17. Daily Pioneer want ads area success. I Try them. Pure cider vinegar for pickling purposes at Peterson's. 141-tf There is a big rush at the Bazaar's enlarging discount sale. For Rent:Restaurant at Blackduck. Apply R. A. Stanley. Why is it that Daily Pioneer want ads bring such good results? Fresh oysters served in our ice cream parlor. J. Peterson, Jr. 141-tf Ives' delicious ice cream all the year around at Peterson's par lors. 141-tf Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. 54-tf The Daily Pioneer want col umns are good result getters. Try them. A few bushels of ripe crab apples at 50 cents a peck at Peterson's. 141-tf Short mill wood for sale. $2 per load, delivered. Crookston Lumber Company. 113-tf One big wood heater and one big coal stove, self feeder, for sale. Call at 212 Irvine av. 142-3 S. C. Bland, of Anoka, who for merly held a position in the office .of Street & Gibbons, is in the .city, R, A, Stanley, superintendent of Nelson Co. of Duluth, ig in town, He leaves for Eau Claire, Wis,, tonightT" Charles Boewing of Crookston has in charge the interior decor ations of the new First National bank buildings. Mrs. C. J. Ryan of St. Paul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Woodward, is expected to arrive in the city this evening for a visit with her parents. Mrs. Andrews, Who Was sent to Brainerd last week by Dr. Morrison to be operated on, is recovering nicely from the effects of the operation, which was per formed by Dr. Courtney. M. Pettingill, a settler living seven miles west of Bullhead lake, was in town yesterday, fie says that land in that section \_j coming into demand and that file country is being rapidly settled up. Charles Vogel, the Grand Forks fjtlVrier is at the Beaudette tailor shop and will remain in the city until Saturday. Mr. Vogel is showing one of the finest lines of furs ever brought to Bemidji, which also includes some very seasonable bargains. Fur gar ments repaired and remodeled. Guilty of Embezzlement. Sioux City. Iowa. Opt Thomas FT WardT" former 1 viee president of." the T.e Mars National bank, pleaded guilty yesterday to the embezzle ment of 114,000 of the bank's .funds. Boy Drowned. Two Harbors, Minn:, Oct. 8Ernest Loff, a boy seven years old. while crossing the Little Fork river on a log, fell in and was ilrowned. The body has not been found. Officers Fined for Extortion. Milwaukee, Wis.. Oct. 8. Consta bles Joseph Trost and William Hen ley were fined $lo0 apiece by Judge Neelan for extortion. They forced a man to pay $75 for talcing a $7 chick en coop he thought he had a right to. Guilty of Crirrdnal Assault. Superior. Wi3.. Oct. 8.David E-*" ans, colored, wa.- found guilty of th charge of assault with intent to mur der. He was charged with stabbing J. W. Montgomery, a street car mo tprman. in a dispute over car fare, DR. FOSTER DENTIST MILK"? BRICK BLOCK, BEMIDJI, MINN. Want Column Advertisements inserted under this heading for one cent a word each in sertion, advance no advertisement accepted tor less than fifteen cents FOIl RENT S-rpoih house in good location, with pump and large wood shed. In tine con dition. Wes Wright. 138-tf FOR RENTNicely furnished front room, inquire,"320 Min nesota avenue. ott FOR SALEShort, mill wood. $g per load, delivered.Crookston Lumber Company. 114-tf FOR SALETwo thousand cords of 16-inch wood. v\"es Wrisrht. 34tf FOR SALENice 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-lf FOUNDPair gold rimmed spec tacles in Bailey & McDonald's office. Owner can have same by calling at their office and paying for this advertisement. WANTEDDelivery boy at the Peerless laundry. 141-)] WANTEDPlain sewing at Log Cabin, opposite electric light plant, 139-45 FURS! Rich and Varied Assortment. All New Styles for the Coming Season. ,M,,m 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 VOGEL at Sig Wolff's Department Store, A want ad in the Daily Pioneer is a winner. Try one. BERT D. KECK Our display is unequaled in the cific yesterday and it is not im'prob- .w, -vr .i able that General Manager Thomas ""^ost. .No ,s ch ITE C/T Plans and Specifications for Alt Ki'rt'tfs ol Buildings, Brick Blocks. Court Houses, Hotels, School Houses^ ChH:hes and Fine Residences CROOKSTON. MINNESOTA F. o^ ~r.itcrna Order of Eagles, Beinlnji Aerie No. 351. JYWts every .Sunday at p. m., Ulfniorc's Hati. Josep.i rlarrin tan, NV. President H. LeBleu, W. Secretary Visiting Bajjles cordial!y invited. You KftOw without any word from us that there IN much better val ue in the Jewelry -el than there is in ihe averajre dealers goods. It must be so. We are not satisfied to (jd'er the ord i nai yo.jds that lia\ only tempo- rary attractive- 1 hesri --whosijqnal- i it. are fleeting. It pie i~es us best 1 to orfer the hest and it undoubted- ly pleases pur chasers best. They come again aad have words of praise for what ihev bought. E.M. BARKER ."i:i THIRD STREET The best advertising medium Bemidji is the Daily Pioneer everybody reads it. This is the day wtien people are looking for big returns from small investments. You are as sured good returns if you usecolts, our want column. DYNAMITE AGAIN BLACKMAILERS MAKE THREATS TO DESTROY N. P. PROP- ERTY GOOD. EMiMt WRECKED NEAR HELENA DETECTIVES. SHERIFFS AND BLOODHOUNDS BEGIN THE CHASE. HNAL CAPTURE IS Ci'RTAIN MONEY 13 NO OBJECT IN THEfR Coope EFFORTS TO RUN TH E MEN DOWN. Helena. Mont.. Oct. S.The North ern Pacific suffered again Monday night from the work of the dynami ters. At 10:30 p. if., when an extra west-bound freight was near Bird's Bye, which is eight miles west of Helena, the explosion occurred. A portion of the track was destroyed, as wore the pilot of the engine and the headlight. The engineer stopped the train quickly and prevented its being ditched. News of the outrage was re ceived in Helena by the railroad de tectives soon after midnight and a special train with dofetivrj. left for the scene. Six bloodhounds were taken: Chief of Detectives McFetrMge_and a party nf officers and detectives re turned yesterday from the scene of the latest dynamite outrage. It began to rain heavily soon after the explo sion that wrecked the freight engine Monday night, and by the time the of ficers arrived every trace of the blackmailers had been washed away, Bloodhounds were unable to gain a i scent. Officials Are Concerned. St. Paul, Oct. 8.News of the new I dynamite outrage Mi/..day night eight miles west of Helena. Mont., was re I ceived with much concern by head quarters officials of the Northern Pa- wj] 1 We5 woul he hear rgout!l of th capture tthe take charge of the work of tracing outlaws. Northern Pacific operating officials until yesterday were confident that thfte end of the trouble with the dyna miters had been reached. The limit under which the blackmail demanded was to have been paid expired Sun day Without further incident, and it was believed that nothing further Dand unt thei Sure to Catch Theml.l The dynamiters, operating officials believ now ar Grand Porks, N IT. reach of the Montan a and Idah mai line. Hundreds zi de^ec^yes 2 state and* county officers are searching for them and track guards have been doubled and trebled. The precautions for perfect safety of trains were b ifeved to b perfect, yet the dyna miters E&ade their attack and escaped. *"fhere is no question that we will get these men- yet." a prominent ex ecutive official said yesterday. "It seems impossible for them to escape, and money is no object in the effort to capture them. We will refuse to grant their demands, even though it costs us t)v times 550,000 to catch them and send them over the road." still withino easyn Express Messenger Insane. Storm Lake, (owa, Get. '&, W A. Fish, ol' this city has beeri iStteeji to the hTsane hospilaTat CTie"roTTe?r Mr. Fish became violently ins-sfiv Thurs day while on his run as ttvpress mes senger between this city and Dos Moines. He imagines some one was trying to break into the oar and emptied his revolver in th car. Wisconsin Pioneer Dead. Sparta. WisT Oet. S Abraham Fairbanks, aged seventy-threj. one of Sparta's prominent pioneers, died yes terday morning after months' of fering from cancer. He of the Civil war. and beil pany A.. Fifty-second Wi teers. A wife and five vive him. Httl- af a "veteran nge to Com- consin volun- children sur- Richardson Appeals, Dcs ifolnes, Oct 8.Deputy United States Marshal W. A. Richardson, one of the oldest and best known govern ment officers in Iowa, who was sen tenced last, week to eighteen years' for the robbery of P. Sulltvan, has pro vided an appeal bond and will be re leased. Killed by Cars. Marquette. Mich.. Oct. S. While stealing a ride on an ore train Geprge Anderson, a lumberman, fell in he tween the cars last night near here and was fatally injured. Cashier Is Removed. Iowa Falls. Iowa. Oct. 8. Edwa-d O. Soulc. cashier of the Home Savings bank of this city, has been removed by the directors and the "institution is in the hands of a corps of expert ac countants looking after a shortage. Killed in a Runaway. Minot. N. D., Oct. 8.Ed Dunn, a well known man residing north of this city, was killed in a runaway yesterday. He was driving a team ot hauling oats, and fell undr a whel of the wagon, BEAR WILL STAY NOT TO BE FRIGHTENED OUT OF MANCHURIA BY JAPANESE MENACES. GIVfS SEMI-OfflCIAl WARNING JAPANESE DIPLOMATS PROFESS TO HOPE FOR .AMICABLE SETTLEMENT. BIT THEY Gil READY TO WAR ARMY AN NAVY IS PLACED IN READINESS FOR EVENTU- ALITIES. 'y* ..Port -Arthur, China, Oct. 8. Com menting on the warlike attitude pj Japanits secret preparations for hostilities, its military inobili/.ations and the significant move meats of itrs fleetthe N\ Krai, a semi-official newspaper published here., says: "Russia will not be fnghtenet! by Japanese menaces out of Manchuria on Oct. S (the date sot by the Rus sian authorities Tor the evacuation of the Chinese province) or alter." Japs Have War Hever. Yokohama, Oct. S. With the ap: proach of Oct. S, the nominal date for RusajflcS evacuation ol" .Manchuria, great tension is observable arnong the Japanese populace, but in dip!*1 mafic circles it is rejafflnjned that hopefulness prevails of an amicable settlement of the imbroglio betwe it Russia and Japan on the basis of minor concessions by Itassia in Korea and Manchuria, though officials do not profess to expect that the evacuation Of Manchuria will be effected on the exact date named. Baron von Rosen, the Russian min ister to Japan, has returned here from a conference with Viceroy Alcxieff at Port Arthur, and he had a short con ference wiih Baron Konipra, the Jarv aneso foreign minister, on Oct. 3. Ready for War. Baron Konioru has since given out a hopeful interview, but the Japanese ministers of war and navy thereafter had Ions conferences with the em peror. Marquis lto, president of the privy council, and viscount Katsu, the premier, indicating that preparn tions are going on to meet any eventu ality. The fleet and the army arc both without question in readiness, and large supplies for both the army and navy have been accumulated. Popular feeding in Japan is exas perated at Russia's dlliatory tactics, and the excitement has been aggra vated by the sensational press, which Is constantly circulating rumors of fresh Russian aggressions. INSURGENT^REPULSED. They Seek 9he!t..- In Bulgarian Terrl tory. Sofia. Oct. 8A difipalch forwarded from Rilo monastery yesterday saya that the insurgents have withdrawn entirely from the Rafcalog district and valley, having sustained serious re pulses. The insurgents and their agents arc attempting to conceal the truth, hut the fact remains that com bined operations on the part of the insurgents in that direction arc no longer possible, the Turkish troops having effected a clearance and driven the bands to seel shelter In Bulgarian territory. Detail3 of the fighting at Kittkar, hear Kiptovo. thirty miles frOTH rslr.b. efc 1 and have ached the~ ravouitlonar-y tasa*brua-r_- t.-rs hfre. Tie- battle \vaa v/agen [or thirty-six hours. The Turks found"*)! Impossible to dislodge the band of eit-.htv insurgents from their strong position and thr nens. The sho the ins tfgents among the Tur the position ma'tely escaped brought up 1 wo can however, went over md vvfou" -ht pl0NEE havoc on the 01 her side of he ins 1 1 "-'."its ulti Tho Turkish losses are variously estimated at from to ^JO men killed or wounded. A PLAIN CRANK. Peter Olson Elliott Had No Connec tion With Paterson Anarchists. Now York, Oct- Inquiry among the few anarchists left in Paterson. since the crusade against theni following the Dyers riots, failed to -fiow that Peter Olson Elliott, who at tempted to force his way into the presenct of President Roosevelt, had ever mixed with the Paferson an archists The incident at the White House was discussed fn resorts frc quented by the Italian and French an archists. but none of the rnen had any knowledge of Elliott One of the lead ers said: "While we are opposed to rulers, we have no particular griev ance agafnst Mr Roosevelt My per sonal opinion is that Elliott is simply a crank." COLT FOR GOVERNOR. Republicans of Rhode Island Name a State Ticket. Providence. R. I., Oct. SThe Re publicans of Rhode Island met here yesterday in state convention, formed a permanent organization and select ed a ticket headed by Col. Samuel P. Colt of Rristol. president of the United States Rubber company. The plat form adopted supported President Roosevelt's administration and th principles of the party as adopted a' ha last UxTiublican convention. I K. fi^iw'ii^waBanawMBMiirMitffflii^^ HARNES S 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. Repai ring a speci a 1 ty. ,i. r. i) FIRST CLASS SHMPLE ROOM CHOICEST BRANDS MHC'S MINT CEO. M'THGCRRT. PROP. CHOICE MINES. LIQUORS RND CIGARS BELTRRMI KILE., 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 I N II Daily and Weekly Pioneer will repay you. Once taken, always taken HgagasBaBBgresBKa3^^ There Is Land Still Left in the Northwest A lid tin- N rtliMii I'iicitic has i nt \v anil vejp^ Lou Kate i'( (lolonists mtl Hoiiirsrekcrs in effecl Innn Septwaber 15 to November 30, 1903. Tins ^ives th SH0 Fcirmorw i go.ud chance ta-^co liomcse&king after crops HJ- harvest*d, any uilu-is vim w\\\ to move latoihej?rowing, teeming, i 11:]uovii:!_- North-west to visit it at a trifling expense. T!ie finest valleys in the Northwest, g-od for ^rttiin, hay. fruits, root crops, fof mixed, stot'k or dairy farming-, for irrigationpv not, as one wishes, are found along the Northern Pacific or its branch 03' connecting lines. The growing, thriving towns are found there, too. It is a great country. Call on any N. L'. K. agent for rates and detailed infor- mation or write to Chas. S. Fee General Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn.