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PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. PlOtffeER PUBLISHING CO. By R. W. HITCHCOCK. Eftterbfi In the postofllee at Bemidji, Minn as second class matter. County and City Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Tlie Dally Pioneer must reach this office S! ,oo'c!ock a. m. in order to insure the., ^Q lirance in the issue of same day. pioneer has been the re- subscriptions to the daily during '7 the county are willing and anx ions to support a good daily newspaper. The Pioneer intends that they shall constantly receive an increasing value for their money. HE campaign which the state dairy and food commission is making for pure food in Minne sota cannot fail in time to cause manufaturers to be more care ful of the food they sell to Minne sota retailers. A large number of retailers have been fined for selling impure foods tailers are for the most part in nocent of any wrong doing hav ing accepted their goods as pure from the manufacturers and job bers. The state dairy and food commission is rendering an im portant service to the s^ate. BEMIDJI has an AMUSEMENTS Millard Reid and Murena Del- i mar in Eroadhurst's funny farce comedy, "What Happened to Jones," will he the attraction at the city opera house tomorrow! night. "What Happened to Jones" the title is suggestive of' the piece itself. It is said to be one of the funniest bits that has ever been staged in America and is a complete production in every way. Magnificently staged, elat (jrately dressed and presented by the most capable cast which it has been possible to get together it has had a phenominal run from coast to coast. The piece is built for laughing purposes only. It abounds in laughable climaxes, ridiculous situations and all that contributes for a successful farce comedy. Mr. Millard Reid, who does the comedy lead has the reputation of being one of cleverest men in the business. Miss Murena Delrnar is a hand some woman and an accomp lished actress and both are sup fbrted by the strongest company which it has been possible to get together. The seat sale opened at Barker's yesterday morning and is being very well patron ized. Don. Caesar de Bazan. Those who appreciate a story well told, Th6 Daily Pioneer THIEVES MA BE NEW PAPER DROWNED Continued from la-t page. state of intoxication when they left his house. They both car ried Winchesters, and after leav ing fired twelve shots from the guns in rapid succession, and 91 yelled several times. The load on the tote wagon i consisted of a barrel of salt, a barrel of mine-meat, a barrel of lor changes of advertisements in i\ vinegar and several other pack: atve 0 cipient of many compliments upon the service which it is ren derin county as a newspaper handsomest and most tiated of these compliments is I point where they are supposed to contained in the fact of the large I have capsized is one of the deep est spots the lake and is near number of subscriptions to both dering Bemidji and Beltrami condition when they left his The house that if they were to be i thrown into the water they could substan-1_ 1fi^,-j trroceries, all of which discovere xt~ curreIt the daily and the weekly. New! Yesterday0fafternoon the par- i .u A pl the present week have averaged i this section fobeensome be- fifteen per day. This is evidence came alarmed becaused hie that.the people of Bemidji and of i decided to institute a search of the lake. "It resulted in nothing, however. The old people were very much worried but until this morning they had not been noti fied of'the fate which was be lieved to have overtaken thjeir son as both are in feeble health and in ibr condition physically to withstand the shock. Sheriff Bailey was notified of the occurrence last night and spent this morning investigating. He gives it as^his opinion that the men have been drowned and this morning started a parly of farmers dragging the lake to re cover the bodies. The bodies may not be recov ered for several weeks as there is no clue to the spot in which The re- they sank and they may have been carried some distance by 1 excellent the current. floating ill the JI lake with the exception of the barrel of salt, which it is be lieved sank when the boat was overturned. Ohristianson the farmer, is authority for the state inent that the men wore in such ^r .u_..,.i..,^ do little help themselves th the Mississippi. ents of Adams, who are old peo- an( reaidsnttime, presented Tuesday, Nov. 8. Seats now on sate'j u^ual place. Do not delay, but get them now. Has a Future. The new town of Funkley, bel- twn .IWMUWI JHLMM1 MWIJI IMMWW i had not returned home an was those whoapp reciate fine dramatic talent, those who enjoy a good play and a good company, those who want the very best kind of amusementin fact, everyone, regardless of education or creed, who desires see and en} the op- best there is in life, especially portunity to secure a mffitfa com- that part of life which is repre pany in the national guard. This icty is the natural Jpcation for any additional company to be granted to Northern Minnesota. There are other candidates for the place, however, and it be hoves every man in BemidjiKywho has any influence with the powers that be to use it at once. Bemidji cannot afford to be passed up in this matter and it is pretty safe to say that it will not. wW/r^^^m nted by the theater, should The Teepeetonka Opera House see and, hear Kir, Ban-ford Dodge at Blackduck -will not be opened and his tHl'Uted company in his next Monday night with the excellent production of Don "What Happened to Jones" pro- Caesar D* Bazan. wh.rh will be drxtion as had been intended. ter known perhaps as Hovey I tonka hotel and was originally Junction, is a very flourishing built for a dining room. place these days and gives every evidence of becoming one of the most iuipurtant towns in the count? Town lots are much in cowed'at Nangle's, which will he demand. The town has many ad vantages by way of location and will undoubtedly be the center of logging operations iii the upper country for a long time to come. The proprietor of the townsite is W. H. Fish^y, well known in Be midji. Edward Kaiser Soon to Begin Publication of Second News paper at Kelliher. Kelliher is soon to have a sec ond newspaper. The first num ber will be gotten out some time next week and Edward Kaiser, of this city, will be the publisher. Mr. Kaiser has been looking the field over this week and has come to the conclusion that it will sup port a second paper. Material has been bought for the plant and is now on the way from St. Puul, and the first number will appear the latter part of next week. Mr. Kaiser regards Kelliher as a town with a future and believes his venture will be found profit able from the beginning. The name of the publication has not yet been decided upon. It will not be the Kazoo, the Astonisher and Paralyzer nor the Bugle, however, and Mr. Kaiser says he will spare no effort to give the town a paper that will be a credit in every way and a substantial reflection of its thrift and prog ress. Takes Post Graduate Course. Dr. Morrison, accompanied by Mrs. Morrison, left this morning for Chicago, where he will take a post graduate course on diseases of the nose and throat at a Chi cago post graduate college of medicine. Dr. and Mrs. Mor rison will see the football game tomorrow and will immediately proceed to Chicago from the cities. They expect to be absent about six weeks. Dr. Morrison has been a resident of Bemidji for about three years and is one of the most successful practicing physicians in the city. He will make a specialty of diseases of the nose and. throat, and to this nd is taking the post graduate course at present. Opening of Bunting Season. The impression seems to pre-' vail in some quarters, according to Henry Buenther, the taxider mist, -that the open season for limiting big game begins next Sunday, Nov. 1. This is incor rect. The season is not open un til Nov. 10 and closos Nov. 30. Resident hunters are allowed to kill three deer, one male moose and one male caribou in the twen ty days and all hunters must be !_ equipped with the necessary li- (^jVv'hfv-na cense to hunt big game. Mr.! Buenther will go out as soon as the season is open and will spend a week or two in the woods in an effort to secure a specimen caribou for mounting purposes. All the Way From Crookston. Two couples of young people from Crookston were in police court this morning charged with disorderly conduct, and both paid lines amounting to $41 each. They had been in the city for several days and told several stories regarding the degree of relationship which they bore to oner another.- The police saw enough to warrant a charge of disorderly conduct and they were accordingly taken into custody. Opening Called Off. Mr. Wheelock finds the hall is unsafe at present and has de cided not to open the house until some repairs which will strength en the floor can be made. The hall is up stairs over the Teepee- Car of Apples. Car New York apples just re- sold at $3.25 per barrel while they last. Varieties Baldwins, Northern Spies, Greenings, etc. Call early and examine stock. 162 Subscribe for the Daily Pion eer now is the time. BENA HAS RIVALS Reservation Town Has \ewTown sites Platted on Either Side of It. County Commissioner Chris Burns, of Cass county, and one of the large lumbermen of this section was in the city last night. Mr. Burns is interested in the townsite of the new town of Bena on the Cass Lake reserva tion which is just now having its claims contested by two rival townsite companies. Mr. Burns has just returned from Bena and says everything there is pro gressing nicely. The town has everything in a business way which the townsite requires and is not worrying about its future. Mr. Burns says it is surely destined to be one of the best towns in this section of the country. Baggage Seized. Two young ladies who have re cently come to this city to live became involved in a dispute with a Bemidji lady who keeps a boarding house Wednesday over the payment of a board bill. The landlady said it should be one figure and the guests fixed an other. When they attempted to leave the house their baggage was replevined by Constable Hennessy and there was the hot time that only an indignant wo man can precipitate. The matter was finally satisfactorily adjusted without getting into court. The Northern Pacific saloon has made arrangements to re ceive the reports from the foot ball game tomorrow afternoon. Pull reports of all the plays will be given. Bailey & McDonald LWVYKltS Bemidji, /linn. Office: Miles Block D. H. FISK Attm'iif.v fiiMl I'onnsollorat haw Office over First National Bank Dr. Rowland Gilmore Physician sind Surgeon Office: Hiles Block & Torrance Collections City Real Estate Attorneys at Law of! E. F. Crawford I Attorney anil Counsellor at Law Office: Boston Block Dr. E. H. Marctim l-Miy.sjK.ui au Surgeon BEriiDJI, HINN. Dr. T. Tuomy DENTIST Office over Barker's Drug Store, Third St. Dr. E. H. Smith Phytifci.i.i.ti i'! Mirgeoji Office: Boston Block Office Phone, y Home Phone, 60 P. J. Russell Attorney s\t Law BEHIDJI. fllNN. W C. JONES Only paint shop between Dnluth and Crookston Paints Oils Glass Varnishes Kalsomines Brushes Fall Line Latest Wall Papers Joser.ii Harrington, H. LeBleu, Visiting Eaeles cordially invited NeW 4 i i 1 i i i i i i i i i Eight miles i i W. President W. Secretary TpoWi) of purjkley i i i of Blackduck, an important junction on the Minnesota International Rail- road HENR BUENTHER Naturalist and Anyone desiring a cheap lot in any part of Bemidji, call on JOHN F. GIBBONS Local Agent for the Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Company A Warjt Ad I N THE Daily and Weekly Pioneer will repay vou. Once taken, always taken O. E. Fraternal Order of Eagles, BemlnjJ Aerie No. 351. Meets every Sunday at 8 p. m Oilraore's Hall. i i north i Funkley will he the center of logging operations in North- ern Minnesota for years to come Destined to become the most important town north of Bemidji. Lots now selling rapidly: FISHER Funkley, Minn. (HoTey Junction). Taxidermist 208 Second St. Postofflce Box No. 666 BEMIDJI, MINN. BIRDS, WHOLE ANIMALS, FISH, FUR RUQS AND ROBES and GA.ME HEADS mounted to order and for sale. I carry at all times a good assortment of INDIAN RELICS and CURIOS. MR GARMENTS made to order, repaired and remodeled. FL'RS in season bought. 1 guarantee my work mothproof and tha most lifelike of any in the state MY WOKK IS EQUALLED BY FEW, EXCELLED BY NOJfSB A Deposit Required on All Work YOUR TRADE SOLICITED CHEAP LOTS BERT D. KECK ARC I TE.CT Plans and Specifications for All Kinds of Buildings, Brick B!ocks, Court Houses, Hotels, School Houses, Churches and Fine Residences CROOKSTON, MINNESOTA WILL, START A Class in Shorthand and Typewriting conducted at my home on TENTH STKEET. two doors west of Beltrami Avenue. November 1. Touch Typewriting and the Munson System of shorthand taught. Positions always open to graduates. Of Miss Olson, a recent graduate, Lang & Carter say: "The work of Miss Olson shows every evidence of careful instruction in both stenography and typewriting. Hours. 7 to i Kates: Shorthand alone, 1 per week shorthand and typewriting, 81.50 per week. Best of references. For three years instructor in Button's Business College, Crookston, Minn. Prof. P. J. Conway. OPER A HOUSE COMING! The Season's Best Attraction BROADHURST'S What Happened to Jones Saturday Eve., Of October Ol Presented by the Original East ern Company, Headed by MILLARD REID A I MURENA I DELMAR Don't miss seeing this Funni est of all Mirth-provoking Plays.