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Vol 6 Valdez Alaska, May 2, 1907. No. ll HEAVY HOME TRAFFIC Seattle, May 2—The freight fur Nome is accumulating h< re in such quantities that the steamships have refused to accept any more until after the first sailings. Every vessel for the north will be loaded to the guards with freight and pas sengers. Seattle, Mav 2—The ITiitd Stales boundary survey j arty sailed for Alaska on the Humboldt. They will land in the vicinity of G'aeier hay. Charleston, \Y. Ya., May '2— Fourteen dead miners have been uncovered in tin' debris at the Stuart mine. As far as kno\ n these are all who were killed by the reet nt explosion. New L ices it Ladies’ Bazaar. irri JKM rr ZBZKC'&imauaaKZZSLmUBKi TO INVESTIGATE \ RAUL S Seattle. May '1—Special agent? have arrived here to start an in vestigation 01 tiie repertt t land frauds in the stale of \V -iiing!"; . Honey will j>«« ec He am e < s j tin y uncover, loo—veh- in-trnc-j tioii' o the agent are no t«> sparej am in* who is yuiitv, re.. .:.»i» - ~ o'; the position occupied l<\ the ofi’t i - dor. . i • San Francisco, May 2—After liu unions decided to ao ;-|>t tin- Oak land scale oi wayes tor street ear men. tin* companies refused to to adopt that seale and a trike is mw imminent. The nun held another lonjr session last ni•_nt considering the matter and an or er for tie* members to sU.p work is ex in-.■»( ! a! any ! ime IT 3LV a ", .11*. S -nreAg- VA'r.ut OBfiOEMITSUl ezrai HONOR JAP O'-FiCBL Seattle, Mav 2—(ion. kurok . one of the h< roe of tlu* hue w: 1 with Hus-in, Lieut. (i« n. Kigotdi and i - other oftieers of the Ja) ; I - (*se anov arrived ie ir at noon, ei * route to Jamestown, to r* pres* it tlieir government at ’ he i >;positn o (Jen. MeArtl ur aid -mAf, free « Frisco, was here to nor’ the otli cot*, hv order of the president The Japanese party was given a tronieudr.on- ovuth u at >in* whait and then escorted to the eity i> prn ate ea rriages. Now York, M t v 2—i In strim * *rr:’plmr who sold the Harriiuaii j letter which lias created such a furne in the pnlit cal world, had a preliminary hearing \ lay a ml has been held o\ t* to the era ml jurv. ztr^.13®?<aanrJ c tT »-:«k u C&r COPYRIGHT — j 30 5. l-iAtioURGE: 1 BROS & CO - That's whrt you have | a right to expect in the | clothes yen buy. I Cur suits combine all of | these. Tet us show you | sene of the new arrivals, # «p & ’Js* Boise, M y 2—Attorney Barrow v!. > wilt have eh.tr: e of t! -• pros* i'll*; >n ii> tie- Mover, ! lay wood id IN ttihone east . arrived last d id. All of the a".orneys will , j-t a 11 \' to uo to t I I a 1 M a \ fhll. The prisoners !mve issoeii a state* met ‘ : ’t lives vt It and the gov t rnor > t (’o oi ado are eudeavming to h, i \ e them eotivieled. Fueling is r nning 1 igh loealiv, and pnh* 1.v■ me"tin;s ie held datlv ^ ester* 1 ,v ?>iMH) assembled earn ing ban n I* inseri'oed ‘‘undesirable citi / Mi ” Th v - mg the Marseillaise and waved red flags and passed r-st lotions praising Moyer and 1 *ettIbone, an t sneaking of lloo-e* vi It as the watch dog of the copi es. Tin I'i'owa w.is or letdv nd the anthoii ns made no at ei,)[»f to Mitel n re \\ it h t bent. Mav 1—Santa ( lara |\u V i it'/, at nine last ni::lit , :■n ui* ; 14 ;• 1'"<•:)u' ! - ‘.or \ al ; /. ; ii i if interior \',..-iiii."n n. May - .lam J 1 ,-vi.ol i . an intimate friend of ’. *• -i 11 ■ • t Iv > .~r\\ It an 1 who ae <■<I hi- •, a! agent in the It i ■ tin'. • 1. ! t ion ha -eir letters i 1 ul of thr rejinhlit an oluhs iroiighou' tin* ei -unify asking hit the rentiinent is regarding :<*.im-veil 1 aiming for an >th< r rm. B. 1; miore. M:iV. —lilt* c« mem ii i!if tiou'tl taniily iw he...ming more bitter daily. He teetives. in tin* employ of < louM lia\e been grilling b’ol. Samuel Ihivseo, tin theatrical manager in : u* endeavor to soilin' an ad mis* -;i>!: n «m him that he was the 11:,11ou law husband oj K itherim* 'lemmotts before site married no' gi• t .on Id . N v. York, May 1 Mi/.n«*r ad mits '.hat his wile has secured a divorce. II mo tie- ease has been t ; d bi t'or a referee and a decision iven. No contest w.is made bv :dm although he denied t be charges • t erueitv p eVrre I by bis wile. Hie dagger purtv of scientists will leave Seattle on the Santa illura et.rou‘e to bnaiasha, where thev will take a schooner to Attn. 1’hev will spend the season inves tigating the volcanic phenomena - of the Aleutians.