Cloaks Ladies' Ready-to
Millinery Warner Rust
W mix paints to order. Jones
C. E. Albrandt was at Farley
on business last night.
Just received a car load of the
finest apples you ever sa w. I,
Short mill wood for sale. $2
per load, delivered. Crookston
Mrs. John Graham went to
Blackduck last night for a short
visit with friends.
A mug of hot beef tea, choco
late or lemonade will do you
good. A Peterson's parlors.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Browne
left yesterday for Duluth. From
Duluth they will take a trip
through the- range country and
The fire department was called
out at 6 o'clock last night by a
chimney fire at the residence of
Win. Kline, in the vicinity of the
electric lisrht plant.
Changes come to all. Some
are pleasantsome otherwise,
'''ark's Lung Balsam will stop
coughthe change is pleas
thereby making a pleasant
MILES BRICK BLOCK, BEVIIDJI, MINN.
Malaga Grapes, per pound
Fancy Sliced Peaches orCream
Saratoga Chips, per Package
W have a complete line of
Heinze's Bottled Pickles and
They are the best.
Subscribe for the Pioneer.
A car load of the best winter
varieties of New York apples.
Peterson's fruit store.
W put this here because you'll
see it. Mark's Lung Balsam
will cure your cough or cold.
The Crookston mill force arej
being paid off today and tonight
promises to be a very busy night
Spend the long evenings pleas
antly reading good literature.
The latest and most varied lines
at Peterson's news department.
P. McGarry was in the city
from Walker last night. Mr.
McGarry is looking after busi
ness interests at Solway today.
W are having numerous en
quiries for improved ci ty prop
ertv. List vours with us, Moore jNebish
& Wiedrick, Markhaoi Hotel
B'lk. Phone 212.
T. J*. Miller, the employment
agent, yesterday shipped sixty
men to Blackduck and Ten strike
to work in the various lumber
camps in that vicinity.
Gov. Herreid, of South Dakota,
who has been hunting in the
vicinity of Blackduck passed
through the city this morning
returning to his.home at Huron.
The governor's party did not
have as successful a hunt as they
The 4-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Warner was quite
seriously injured this morning
by falling against an iron bed.
The little fellow sustained bad
bruises about the forehead, and
was for a time unconscious.
Rev. Clark has been conduct
ing special meetings at Backus
this week. They have been large
ly attended and productive of
results. Last night Mr. Clark
and Rev. Irons went to Kelliher
to arrange some matters in con-"
nection with the construction of
the new Congregational church
at that point.
A New Shipment
Waists and Skirts
in all the newest and
most desirable styles.
I. W Langaard, of Blackduck,
was in the ci ty last night.
W will exchange farm or ci ty
property for a- team. Lang &
have still a large selec
tion of the most attractive
styles in Ladies' and Children's
Coats and Furs at a big dis
fore it is brok
en I doesn't
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r\ r\ IV IS CIY
Fresh oysters,celery and pars
ley at Peterson's.
Call on A. E. Winter the load
ing jeweler for up-to-date goods.
Next door to First National
Why buy the second best when
the best costs no mor e? Mark's
Lung Balsam is the host for
Fred Kie s, the well known
cruiser, started this morning for
the Little Marais country with a
party of five land seekers.
The Modern Samaritans held
their regular weekly meeting last
night. Several applications for
membership were considered.
Let us look after your rental
property. W have more de
mands for houses to rent than
we can supply. Moore & Wied
Archie Higgins, bookeep er at
ne of tha Thief River Lumber
Company's camps, was in the
city last night on his way to
Members of the military com
pany are requested to bear in
mind that there will be a drill
meeting at the city hall next
A marriage license was issued
at the court house this afternoon
to Minnie King and Gilbert Beau
deau. Both .are residents of
C. C. Folkers, the jeweler, who
is spending the hunting season
on his claim near Lake Itasca,
writes that he has been success
ful in killin^r~Tr~tiTfe~lTrrge_black
There are a large number of
laboring men in the city at pres
en t, more than for some time
jjast and the orders which the
various employment offices have
are nearly all filled.
Work on the Bemidji club sa
loon, which will be conducted by
Charles Campbell, is progressing
very satisfactorily and the place
will be ready for business in
about three weeks.
There will "be a meeting of mu
sicians at the city hall tonight
for the purpose of getting a band
together to play at the football
.1 game tomorrow. Every musician
this store that
now one of the
many things is
our new line of
cordially invited to
The dance given by the football
cat^always^fmat team last night proved a very
successful and enjoyable event.
Music was furnished by the
band orchestra and a program
that lasted until after midnight
E. R. Farley, Dick White, Mel
Thurston, Howard Bailey and
Walter McDnald went to Bena
interested in the town
worthy of ad-|
i a tion has site at that point, and went down
ever been to learn something of recent de
shown in town, ve
some of the I
daintiestthings Morrissey and a crew of
in holiday gifts, (plumbers from Crookston ar
S ee the line be-.
to admire. schoov house at oncep.a They wil-l oerh
513 THIRD STREET before returning.
commence work on put
in the heating pla nt at the
aul and reir theheat
ing plant at the Crookston
Bart Stafford returned yester
day from his hunting trip.
Mrs. E Horton of Park Rap
ids arrived in the city last night
for a visit with relatives.
Nicely furnished room to let.
Very comfortable for winter
Malzahn black. Mrs. Hendricks.
One dollar and twenty-five
cents per bushel box best fancy
apples. Sample free at Peter
F. S. George, the government
lumber sealer, leaves tomorrow
for a trip fo the Sandy Kiver
You have a right to the best!
that can bo had for your money.!
Mark's Lung Balsam is the best
C.-C. Bovvoa. the ..Crookstonj
painter, has ju st completed two
very handsome signs on the front'
windows of Clyde Bacon's popu
Harold Horton of Park Rapids
accompanied his mother to Be-.
midji last nigh t. will bo em
ployed on a government survey
near Farley this winter.
Lake Bemidji has begun to
freeze up. Yesterday ice had
formed to a distance of twenty
feet from the east, shore and this
morning it was frozen some dis
tance out from both shores.
Dr. A. D. Larson, of Herman,
Minn., is in the ci ty with a party
of friends. They will look the
country over in this vicinity and
also hope to get some deer be
fore they return home next
L. L. Matheny, proprietor of
the Third street billiard hall, will
organi ze a billiard club and there
will be a series of matches in the
near future. Prizes will be of
fered for the three most success
INTRODUCED BY DICK.
Resolution to, Investigate Suffrage In
Washington, Nov. 14.Representa-
tive Dick of Ohio has Introduced a
suffrage resolution which, after recit
ing the law affecting suffrage and al
luding to the curtailment of the suff
rage privilege in "certain states,"
"Resolved, That the matter be re
ferred to the committee on elections
of the president, vice president and
representatives in congress, whose
duty it shall he and who shall have
full and ample power to investigate
and inquire into the validity of the
election laws of the several states and
the manner of their enforoon7ent7~an7I"
whether the right, to vofe at any elec
tion for the choice of electors for pres
ident and vice president of the United
States, representatives in congress or
the members of the legislature of any
state is denied to the male inhabitants
of any of the states, being twenty-one
-year-sof'age,and- a... oil izenofthe
United States except for participation
in the rebellion or other crimes."
"OPEN SHOP" DISCUSSION.
I Federation of Labor Touches Book
binder Miller's Case.
Boston, Nov. 14.President Rooso
velt's name and his action in the so
called Miller open shop case were
brought before the convention of the
American Federation of Labor during
the day, when several delegates ad
versely criticized his decision not to
discriminate against nonunion labor
in federal employment. The question
came before tho convention from the
committee on resolutions in the way
of a report that a resolution on the
"open shop" issue be refered to the
committee of the executive council.
The substance of the resolution was
that the "open shop," whether under
private or government control, "can
not be recognized by organized labor."
The resolution was recommitted to
the committee from which it orig
A resolution was adopted urging
that the government construct all Its
ships in government yards on the
ground that such a policy was fairer
WILL BE SATISFACTORY.
Reply of the Porte to Demands of the
Constantinople, Nov. 14.Tewfik
Pasha, the foreign mlnistpr, called on
the Austrian and Russian ambassa
dors and notified them that the porte's
reply to the latest note of the two
powers on the subject of reforms in
Macedonia would speedily be present
ed and that it would be satisfactory.
This is in accordance with the views
of the grand vizier, who opposed the
previous rejection of the reform
scheme and. consequently, was threat
ened with the deprivation of his of
fice. His position now is secure.
AFFECTS TEN THOUSAND MEN.
Lockout of Building Trades at Pitts
Pittsburg, Nov. 14.Officials of the
Building Exchange league have an
nounced that the lockout of all the
building trades in the city affiliated
with the Building Trades council will
go into effect at once and will con
tinue Indefinitely unless all sympa
thetic Btrikes are called off.
About 10,000 men will be affected.
Rev. Smith is conducting a
series of special meetings ai
Blackduck this we?k
Rev, M. Peterson, pastor of
tho Baptist church at Grookston,
was the guest oj Bgv. Broom
field Thursday of this week, re
turning from a deer hunting trip I
in tho vicinity of Laporte.
assisting special meetings.
The Catholic ladies will give a
card party in the Forester's hall
over Gilinour's drugstore Tues
ay evening, November 17. Re
freshments will be served and an
admission of 1*.") cuts will be
charged. Everybody cordially
invited to attend.
Big Coal Mine on Fire.
ShamokJn, Pa,, Nov. 14.A fierce
Are is racing in the No. S vein of the
Enterprise colliery. The fire started
from an unknown cause. The colliery
is ownod by W. II Coiiriell & Co. of
Rrranton and employs f0 men and
bovs. The employes are fighting tho
BRIEF BITS OF NEWS.
Professor Friedlander of tho Llob
nitz Berlin gymnasium is dead.
The healing of Emperor William's
wound, due to the recent operation, is
An explosion of natural gas at
Marion, Ind., wrecked tho home of
Benjamin Bight and badly Injured tho
five occupants. I
Dr. Joseph Willis, a wealthy and
eccentric manufacturer, committed
suicide at Alamo. Ind., by firing a
bullet. Into his forehead.
General Hamilton B. Dox, for thirty
oight years cashier of tho Hibernian
hank of Chicago, Is dead. General
Dox was eighty-four years of age and
in point of service as well as in years
was probably'the oldest hank oHIoial
In the United States.
There will be Sabbath school TO KKXT Kive elegantly fur-
at the usual hour at St. Philips, nishod and heated single rooms
Catholic church tomorrow.
Kev. McHonry, pastor at large, oak bed with beddin g, Wheeler
of the Adams IVosbvterv. will I and Wilson sewing machine!
occupy the pulpit a t' the First I l"l""v ''1- gell rami aver ue.
Presbyterian church tomorrowFO SALK- UnlYaio overcoat.
morning and evening, ivov. Me V. C. Koikees.
Lepd is at Hendrura this week.|pojj SALE Fine quarter se c
tion hortheitst of Blackduck,
,",oi),ooo pirn?, spruce and taiua
rac, besides?**! vast Quantity of
hirdwo nl such as birch, elm,
etc. Soil is black loam, clay
subsoil, very little swamp. Ap
ply at Pioneer oilice address
C. VV. Nevbory, Crookston,
The ladies of St. Philips church
and the various committees as well 16-iueh wood. Wos Wriarht.
are very busy arranging for the
doming Catholic church fair. It
will be undertaken on a very
large scale and will be one of the
biggest events of tin* kind ever
held in this section of the conn
"The First Petition of the Pis
ciples Prayer" will be-the-subject
Of the Sunday morning service at
the Baptist church at 11 o'clock
tomorrow. There will be Sun
day school immediately following
the preaching service. There
will be the usual Young People's
meeting led by J. Crouch, and
preaching services at 7:45.
Rev. Hendry x, representing
the American Sunday School
Unio n, is a recent, addition to the
pastors of Bemidji. Mr. llon
dryx will have headquarters in
this city in Sunday school mis
sionary work. lie is the first
Sunday school missionary in this
section. Mr. Hendryx is a re
tired Methodist minister, and
has been in this line of work for
some time. Jriis family
pected to arrive soon.
Sympathy for Chicago Strikers.
Boston", Nov. 14.TJio American
Federation of Labor has passed a res
olullon ox-lH'fHsiiiKHi^-Roorlwishes ~rt
the convention to tho striking street
railway men in Chicago and hopes for
their success and for an early settle
ment. The .secretary was instructed
to notify the Chicago men of the ac
tion by telegraph.
Advertisement.* Inserted under thi*
heading for one cent a word each In
sertion, advance noadverti.*ement
accented for lens than fifteen cents
gerit lemon water closet and
hut and cold water in connec
tion on same floor. E. .1. Willits.
\)U KKNF Two furnished
rooms oyer Hippie's place.
FOR RENT Five robin house.
Inquire of William Blocker at
the Btrtrt-linsf Works.
FQR SALEOne iron and ne
S .\LF. Short mill wood. $2
per lead,delivered. Gro kstou
I juniber Company.
FOR SALli-Tvo lhousand cords of
IXSi'KK your buildings in the
(iermania Insurance Co. of
Lang & Garter,
J\ KFXT N-ce furnished room.
"Inquire at Severson-s Dry
O TRADE Two teams, har
nesswagon and sleighs for
cordwobd. W'es Wright, City
VYAXTFI.) (lood girl for general
housework. Mrs. A. T. Wheel
WANTfCl) A position by singl e,
young-uiaii, for the winter. In
side worU preferred, Can give
best of recoiiimendation. Ad
dress Box 171, !emidji Minn.
YVANTED Purchasers for old
papers. Ten cents a hundred.
WANTKI) To till your wants.
Nothing does it like a Fioneir
W AN ri-ll) Trade painting I
paper hangings et for :i got
horse, ^i Irss than ItlOO
pounds. W. Jones.
WANTED Lady agents, best
selling .skin food made 00 per
cent cosiMiTisstoli: agentsTTnrke-
s7 to SI:! a day. Send 5U cuts
lor full size box and terms.
Yates Miinufact iiriiii Co.,I Ind-
I have a relinquishment which
contains a lot of valuable land
with .$!,0O! worth of improve
ments. Can be bought at once
for a small fraction of the value
of the improvements.
One Acre Lot $22V
5 0 Foot Lots $7.r
E E! REE!
For i limited time, commencing FRIDAY, we will give
away, free, crystal stand lamps, assorted shapes and i ecora-
tions, line Moral and figured designs on tinted background:
all colors fired and warranted permanentchimney doeor-
ated, to match, given FREE with every 5De pound can of
Superior Baking Powder, guaranteed its leavening strength
to be superior to anything upon the market at like vvalue.
contai ns the very best quality of phosphate, double refined
anhydrous alum, bicarbonate soda and corn starch guar-
anteed entirely free from Rochel le salt s, ammonia, etc., and
to comply With the laws of any state in the union. W guar-
antee every caH to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
The Fair Variety Cash Store
304 Third Street West.
5 0 Foot lot and Small House
50x330 Foot Lot $150. $10 Down,
$10 Per Month.
Four Room House $000 Easy
Houses to Rent.
E. J. VILLUS
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