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that here at Juneau 130 additional
gold hunters took passage. -We now
carry the largest number of gold
miners that have taken passage on
one vessel since the days of the first
rush to the Klondike.
NEWSPAPER WAGON DRIVERS
WITHDRAW FROM A. F. OF L.
Newspaper Delivery Wagon Driv
ers' Union No. 706, which seems to
have fallen completely under the
domination of William Randolph
Hearst, has withdrawn from the Chi
cago Federation of Labor, according
to Albert Spencer, Its business agent.
The drivers took this action be
cause the Chicago Federation of
Labor refused to kick out Delegate
William Kennedy " of the drivers at
the command of Hearst.
The drivers presented a resolution
to the federation some weeks ago
asking that the Hearst papers be
taken from the unfair list. Naturally
the resolution was beaten.
The man who put up the strongest
fight against the resolution was Wil
liam Kennedy. Since then all the
Hearst, forces have been out to get
Kennedy's scalp. Having failed in
this, Hearst appears to have induced
the drivers to sulk and withdraw
from the federation.
The drivers also say they will show
their excellent trades union spirit by
helping distribute Simon O'Donnell's
edition of Examiner.
GLYNN TAKES CHARGE OF NEW
Albany, N. Y., Aug. 21. When
Lieut.-Gov. Glynn, as acting gover
nor, took charge of the new execu
tive chamber on the third floor of the
capitol building today, capitol guides
pointed with pride to New York's two
executive chambers, and explained
that "New York Is the only state in
the union having two governors."
Downstairs in the old executive
chamber Sulzer works early and late
and receives visitors cordially. He
also receives all mail addressed to
the governor of New York. Govern
ment regulations provide for its de
livery at the "executive offices" and
Glynn's lawyers refused to allow his'
friends to initiate proceedings for a
change, apparently fearing that such
action would give the governor a '
chance to test Glynn'ts title in the
TO DO $1,000,000 WORTH OF
WORK IN A SINGLE DAY
Jefferson City, Mo., Aug. 21.
$1,000,000 worth of work will have
been done on the roads of old Mis
souri before the sun goes down to
night. More than a quarter of a mil
lion Missoiirians awoke this morning
with burned arms and calloused
hands, but followed the lead of their
governor back to the roads for a sec
ond day's work.
Everywhere throughout the state
the women have proved as enthus
iastic workers as the men and thou
sands served appetizing meals to
their men folks along the route of
Poet Here's where I love to come
and woo the muse.
Summer Girl Then I'm glad you
woo the muse instead of me. This
place is too exposed to opera glasses
from the hotel piazza.