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Tonight Clay Clement.
We mix paints toorder. Jones 6 W: E. Verity is at Cass Lake today. Fancy groceries', fresh stock. Peterson's. 141-tf Chas. Schroeder went to Du luth today. Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire 54-tf Commissioner John is down from the Blackduck country. Win. Young, who is connected with the Ray Mercantile Co. at Crookston, is in the city. See the greatest range on earth and what it will do. Ross Hardware store, Oct. 15,16,17. 7-0 B. F. Bishop, who has been at Cass Lake for some time past, spent Sunday with his. family in Bemidji. Henry Funkley of Blackduck was in. the city this morning. Mr. Funkley was on his way to Cass Lake. Big demonstration of the cul inary advantages of Brand's ranges at the Ross Hardware store, Oct. 15, 16 and 17. 147-50 The Bemidji Employment of fice Sunday sent thirty men to Nebish, where they will be em ployed by the Thief River Lum ber company. W. A. Currie, representing the Payton-Twohy Grocery Co., of Duluth, who is always a welcome visitor in Bemidji, is calling on his4many friends and customers today. J. B. Only representing the Western Austin Grader Co. has returned to the city after a short absence and will make Bemidji his headquarters for some time to come. Dr. Robertson, the Crookston dentist, was at the Markham yesterpay on his way to Dr. Dunlop's claim near Blackduck, where he will spend a several day's outing. The Clay Clement Co. who will be the attraction at the opera house tonight in "The New Dominion" arrived over the Great Northern this afternoon from Duluth. The Markham hotel served eighty dinners Sunday. Always the best hotel in Northern Min nesota, under the new manage ment it is amply sustaining its excellent reputation. The six-weeks-old daughter of John McArthur and wife died at the Nicollet hotel last Saturday night after a short illness. Funer al services were conducted from the Nicollet Sunday afternoon, The interment was at Green wood. T. L. Canfield, -representing the Brand Stove Co., Milwaukee, will be at W- M. Ross' Hardware .store Oct. 15, 16 and 17. Drop in, get a cup of cofiee and a bis cuit and see the manifold ad vantages of the famous Brand ranges demonstrated. 147-50 The J. A. Irvine Co. who will "be one of the largest contractors in this section the coming season, yesterday placed an order with Wheelock's Employment agency for a large number of men. The company expects to put in 30,- 000,000 feet in the vicinity of Blackduck this season. upstairs. County McDousrall J. J. Ellis this morning left a letter in which a check is en closed payable to Miss Florence i Miller, at this office. The letter I was addressed to Lock Box Ql'2 i and is signed "your sister! Hazel." Mr. Ellis has no sister Hazel and doesn't know Miss Florence Miller. The letter and check will be turned over to Miss I Miller upon application at the Pioneer office. DR. FOSTER!tha.t DENTIST MILES BRICK BLOCK. BEMIDJI. MIXN. Charles Davis of Blackduck is in the city. If you want to rent a house call on E J. Wiffits 127-tf S. W. Finley of Tenstrike is in the city toda\. Pure cider vinegar for pickling purposes at Peterson's. 141-tf City Attorney Russell went to St. Paul today. For RentRestaurant at Blackduck. Apply E. A. Stanley. W. P. Hibbard returned today from a short visit at Fosston. Bart and "Jap" Stafford and Paul Foucault were a trio of Be midji sportsmen who spent Sun day duck hunting at Rice lake and had a very good day's shoot ing. Fresh oysters served in our ice cream parlor. J. Peterson, Jr. 141-tf Among today's arrivals at the Markham are C. W. Jewett, Blackduck T. J. Newman, Bag ley B. S. Bennett, Fosston Mrs. E. B. Sheldon, Grand Forks H. Huseby, Bagley. Manager Wheelock, of the City Opera house, yesterday closed contracts with the Chester 1. Fisher Co. for a representation of the.farce comedy ''Our Flat" in this city Nov. 2l Ives' delicious ice cream all the year around at Peterson's par lors. 141-tf Articles of incorporation of the Church of St. Philip's were tiled at the register of deed's office this morning. The incorporators are Bishop McGolrick, Vicar General Joseph F. Buh, Father Murphy, James Doran and Matt Thome. Short mill wood for sale. 82 per load, delivered. Crookston Lumber Compaq. -113-tf The Cass Lake Times says it is assured upon the best authority that within the next two weeks ground will be broken at Cass Lake for another mammoth saw mijl and that its construction will be pushed forward as rapid ly as is consistent with condi tions. A party of gentlement who were amusing themselves by dis charging firearms ha the vicinity of the M. &. I. depot about mid night last night had a narrow escape from falling into the clutches of the police. They had evidently taken the alarm as when the officers arrived there was nobody in sight. Mrs. Mary Bain, proprietress of the Golden West hotel at Black duck. is at the Re more today. Mrs. Bain's vj^it to Bemidji is for the purpose of securing hotel help which is scarce and at a premium at Blackduck at pres ent. O. E. Bailey and family, of Salt Lake City, Utah, arrived in the city Saturday and are at present the guests of Mr. Bailey's brother, Chief of Police Bailey. Mr. Bailey was formerly a res ident of Bemidji and expects to return to this city to reside. He is at present interested in a school supply house at Salt Lake and will leave tomorrow foKDen ver. His family will remain. Herbert L. Cope, humorist, will appear at the M. E. church to morrow night in the second of a series of entertainments given under the auspices of the Ep worth League. Mr. Cope is one of the cleverest impersonators, numorists and caricaturists which it has ever been the good fortune of a Bemidji audience to hear and see. His engagement tomorrow night merits and should receive the most liberal patronage. A. T. Wheelock recently had some correspondence with an eastern advertising agency re garding some work to bo done for them at the towns of North ome, Blackduck and Farley. Saturday Mr. Wheelock received a letter from the firm saying that they were unable to find these towns in the postal guide. Mr Wheelock has written today there are lots of things that grow faster than the postal guide and nor. the least of these is a town in this section of North ern Minnesota. i E Want Column .Ai^ertisement-s Itiserted under this Iieadinsr for one cent aworJ each in sertion.In advance: no advertisement accepted for less than fifteen cents FOR KENT-Two newly furn ished rooms. Strain heated. Modern bonveiiiences. Mrs. J. Gable. 41.' Minnesota Ave. Uti-7 FOR KENT 8-room house' in good location, with pump and lauge wood shod. In fine con dition. Wos Wright, ISS-tf FOR SALEShort mill wood. S2 per load, delivered.Crookston Lumber Company. 114-tf FOR SALETwo thousand cordis of ltj-itu'h wood. Wes Wright* 34tf FOR SALENice buffalo coat. Call at M. G-. SlocunrsMusic store. lu.Vtf FOR SALEAil lands of wood. J. P. Dunealf, "phone num ber 63. vil-tf FOR SALE-Cheap, a good seven room house and 50-foot lot. In quire (n^LILBajUy^ 70-If FOUNDPair gold rimmed spec tacles in Bailey & McDonald's office. Owner can have same by calling at their office and paying for this advertisement. INSURE your buildings in the Gornmnia Insurance Co. of Now York. Lang & Carter, Agents. dl28-\v30-tf WANTEDTwo boarders. Room and board SI per week. Mrs. A. H. Bentley, over Pioneer harness shop. 147-s 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 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. A want ad in the Daily Pioneer is a winner. Try one. BERT D.KECK 111 Plans and Specifications for All kinds of Buildings, Brick Blocks, Court Houses, Hotels, School Houses, Churches and Pine Residences CROOKSTON, .MINNESOTA F. o. K: Frateinnl Order ot Eagles, Beminii AericNo.351 Meets every .Sunday at is p. m., (jilmore's Mall. Josepn rlarnngton. W. President H.LeBieu, W. Secretary Visiting Kngles cordially invited. You Know without any word from us that there ismaeh better val ue in tAe Jewelry ii tlnit) ihere is iti the Sverage dealers goods. It must bo -n. We are not satisfied to offer the ordi nary goods that have only tempo- rary attractive- nesiwhose tial ities are fleeting:. It pleases us best to offer the best and it undoubted- ly pleaaes pur chasers best. They come a^rain and have words of praise, for what 513 THIRD STREET For Sale. Piano, stoel ranp-e and oilier household srood: avenue south. COURT OF APPEALS REVERSES DECISION OF THE MISSOURI FEDERAL COURT. INJUNCTION GRANTED IS DISSOLVED TELEGRAPH COMPANY MUST SUP- PLY BOARD OF TRADE QUO- TATIONS TO ALL. St. Louis. Oct. 12.The federal court of appeals, in the case of toe Chicago Board"of Trade vs. the Chris tie Commission company e't si., re versed the deGisiou of the Tinted States court for the Western district of Missouri, granting an injunction re straining the Postal Telegraph com pany from delivering to Christie & Co. of Kansas City and other com panies quotations from the Chicago board of trade. The court of appeals decided: that the telegraph company had no right to discriminate. TRADE ALLIANCE FORMED. Million Men Affected by New Labor Organization. Indianapolis. Oct. 1-.At the meet ing of national officers pi the Build ing Trades national and international organizations here a general plan for the creation of what will be known as tilt? tStruettt-rai Building- Trades Al liance of America was agreed upon. It is estimated that i 000,DOO nun who are members of the building trades will be affected by the alliance. The platform of principles which forms the preamble of the ski leton draft of the constitution agreed upon sets forth the objects of the organiza tion as being the establishment of lo cal and international boards of arbi tration to settle disputes as they arise with..ait resorting to strikes to pro teel its members, discourage strikes and internal friction, and encourage arbitral ion and cordial relations with employers. The national headquar ters will be fixed later. The officers will be elected annually. n. DECIDE TO CONTINUE STRIKE. Minneapolis Mill Employes Vole to Remain Out. Minneapolis. Oct. 12.--The mill strikers have, by a big majority, de cided to continue the strike in the flour mills. The matter was put to a vote at a secret meeting and almost without opposition the men voted to stay out. President John M. Finley of the in ternational union opposed the major ity at every step, favoring an aban donment of the fight. After the vote was taken over 1.000 of the strikers paraded the streets to the mill district. No violence was attempted. The police derail in the mill dis trict has been increased materially to prevent disturbances. The feeling is -becoming more bitter between strikers and operators. HOMESTEAD MILLS CLOSED. Two Thousand Men Out of Employ, merit Indefinitely. Homestead. Pa., Oct. 12.Notices were posted in the*85 and 40-inefci mills at the Homestead steel works during the evening announcing a shutdown ol both those big mills for an Indefinite ridd. This is the most important department of the Homestead steel works and employs over 2,000 men, all of whom are throws oiit of employ ment. No notice had eviously been given of the contemplated move. The furnaces may be affected by this ac tion and more men laid off for an in dennite period. MOTHER AND CHILD DEAD. Chicago Woman Believed to Have Killed Boy and Herself. Chicago, Oct! 1-.- Mrs. John Fiske, twruty-iiv years old. ami hep ihir-j te'.-months old boy were found dead ol asphyxiation. A younger child in I its crib was gasping for breath when the tragedy was discovered, but a heavy coverlet- over its face had do lave] the action of the K:IS. Mrs. pishehad been in ii! health and Is be-] liev( 1 by the, police to have planned the death of herself and children de libi lately. PRECAUTIONARY MEASUPE. Orders fcr Mobilization of More Bul garian Troops. Sofia, Bulgaria, Oct I'S.The war dfn'ii has i 'ii' eo-rapjete mold lization of the firsl and second classes ol reserves, resident in thfl K0.9teh.dil district, and of tie- Thirteenth Mace donian infantry. This step, it is un derstood, was talo-n as a preea.ui.lom ary measure in view of the repeated provocative acts of the Turks on the frontier. Fail to Reach an Agreement. Peoria, ill., Oct. lJ.-The mine, op erators and hoisting engineers of Illi nois, who have been in joint session here for several days, adjourned dur ing the day without reaching an agn e meht and the engineers, numbering 51 in the state-, will strike NTov. 1 unless their terms are granted. Teamsters Demand More Wages. Chicago. Oct. 12.The Truck Team sters' union, representing 8,000 m.^n, has announced demands for a sf ale of they bought. wages that is to go into effect .May 1 1 pext The scale demanded is the same *yt~ j^ w~ as that now paid the coal teams-tors, LI i JVK Wan increase of approximately 10 per 220 Irvine MRS. JOHNSTON", Militia Leave for Home. Wes-. Point, Ky., Oct. 12The state militia, which has been in camp here, was astir before daybreak preparing to hreak camp. A detachment of the Michigan troops left for home early. Wisconsin followed. GANNO DISCRIMINAT E BEMIDJI OPE RA HOU SE JJA One Night Only Monday Night, Oct. JOSEPH c, U. A EiX tUl 3 AtinOtlflCGmGfll "o the '1VUHVUUUII LOI.AN' Presents t7t_..X_ yv--*. ^/x* rt.* 4- I IJ and a Star Cast Company in His Own Caique (1 I I E E W O I with Mr. Cla Clement, one of the foremost actors on the stage, to grive one performance his beatlful romantic comedy, "The New Dominion," and his alNslar cast on .Monday evening, Oct. ii and guarantee all of a most delightful evening's entertainment. My prices for this great entertainment will be $i, 75C and 5t}c for an attraction that pUys Chicago at $1.50 and .2 in New Vork and Boston ut 5i and $.1 per seat. A W TI E 3 E O Subscribe for the Daily and Weekly Pioneer PIONEE HARNES S SHOP 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 O TJ I FIRST CLHSS SAMPLE ROOM CHOICEST BRANDS MHC S MINT CEO. M'THGCHRT, PROP. CHOICE MINES. LIQUORS KNP C1GKRS BELTRHMI JCME., BEMIDJI. MINN. CHEA LOTS Anyone desiring a cheap lot in any part of Bemidji, call on JOHN F. GIBBONS Local Agent for the Bemidj i Townsite & Improvemen Company A Want ftd I II E Daily and Weekly Pioneer will repay you. Once taken, always taken 12 E E tmK t:,k XinIcallingComedy-"XattenethOcC'dylli Pleasure citizens of BismWjl and surround- ,ngnCOfuntrsy that I have made arrangement*