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Don’t Forget The Firemen’s Mask Ball/McKinley Hall, Saturday Evening
Vo1 6 Valdez Alaska, March 14, 1907. No. 4 L ~ .... mhh n .—- -- ---- KISSING DOWIE NO CURE Invalids Kiss Hem of His Garments But In Vain Chicago, March 14—Hundreds of sick are visiting the bier of Dowic, believing that by kissing the hem of his garments they will he cured of their maladies. one woman who succeeded in kissing Ids garments tried to walk later and rolled down a flight of stairs, injuring herself seriously. Lloyd ILll was an arrival from •Juneau this morning, lit* will re main here until after court ad journs, and then do some work around the Sound. Title To Menach Litigation Over Ellamar Mine Settled In Supreme Court Olympia, March 14 — The su preme court has affirmed the decis ion of the King county court re garding the disposition of the Kl lamar mine, vesting the title in J. D Meenach and tve Eilamar Mining Co. F. C. Lawrence, who In ought the suit, alleged that there was fraud conmeied with the sale of the mine before development, to Meenach, and was trying* to have t ho sale sot aside. I Washington, March 14—Cortel | you announces that the govern ment will not call for the $20,000* | 000 now deposited in the banks of ♦bo country until September. The' money is due in March, but to! allow wall street to collect their large outstanding loans six months more will be given them. _ i I l\ S. (■ommissioner John Lyons! i is expected to arrive on the North* i i western. |;_ . ■■ Exclusively For Sale By WILL VISIT ALEUTIANS California Professor Com i ing To Inspect Volcanos Seattle, March 14—The receipt of news from Valdez that the vol cano on the island of Akutan was active and that Unalaska had suffered an earthquake shock, has aroused considerable interest among scientific men and Prot. Smith, of the Stanford university announces that lie will proceed to Alaska soon to make a thorough 'investigation of all volcanoes along j the western coast. Washington, March 14—Ar rangements have been made for a congressional junketing party which will visit the Sandwich is land during June. The party will he headed by Hawaiian delegate Kalaniaole. Congressman Hepburn and Lloyd Hamilton. The trip will he made in the interest of trade relations with the United States. San b ran cisco, March 14—Four of the jurors in the Uuef case have been drawn and the east* postponed until next Monday. The applica tion for a change of venue has been denied and Judge Ihu ne will trv the case. Louisville. March 11—There i> now a prospect of a setternent of the street car strike which has tied up the city lines for several days. Strikers and the bosses arc* now holding a meeting for the purpose of effecting a compromise. Pittsburg, March II—Western Pennsylvania is having a con tin , ual downpour of heavy rains which ! cause the rivers to rise rapidly all over that section. The town of Dunbar is under six feet of water, and the submersion of thousand* of tunes of tortile bottom lands i- ■ tea red. The .lea nic went from here t<* Orca and was to return today to unload some coal for Ft. Liscum.