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Divine Don't Like Fla?
New York, July 1—Bishop Tur ner of the African Methodist chinch conference, declares that he despises the American flag ou ac count of the lynching* that are tol erated in this oountry. He urg^s the negroes to all move to Africa again, if they wish to maintain their race in existence. New York, July I—Ex-Gover nor Carter, of Hawaii, in an inter view last night said that Japan would fight the United States at the drop of the hat: He says they ltave their army and navy thor oughly equipped and everything in readiness for war at a moments notice. High Grade Ore. An assay made of ere taken from tbe face of the tunnel on the property of the Knights Island Copper Mining Co. •hows a total valne per ton of 895 50. This tunnel is on the Drier bay prop erty of the above mentioned company and the ore was secured 13 feet from the surface where they now have a vein of eighteen Inches of solid ore of tbe same character. Waterman A Harring ton report that this is the highest assay made yet in their office of any ore from the Prince William Sound district. The assay shows 81.62 in silver, and 2132 per cent copper, or £*3.81. Joe Dieringer left for the ieftand yes terday, taking with him six more men to work on the mine. A sample ship ment was made from this property on the Portland, and as soon as a tram van be installed, regular shipments will be made. John Hays Hammond, the mining engineer of New York, says the Chicago Tribune, receives a t*alai$’ aggregating $800,000 a year, which is more money than any otfeer man ever received for his personal services. Men make mil lions on investments or by manipula tions or speculations, but Hammond is the only man in the world who is paid so nearly a million a 70ar for professional advice. MILK and CREAM from FRESH COWS Deliveries daily. Bix Quarts for a dollar. Valdez Dairy & Poultry Farm, Two Blocks West Good Samari tau Hospital. James Fish Sr. 189 Manager. < OMI’ANIES incorporated, »ay State; expert work; fair char*es; stocks and bond issued bandied East, Canada ut Europe. BRlTLSH AM. FINANCE CO., Ltd., 482 Jordan eve. Son Francisco. Probate Notice. IN THE PROBATE COUKT FORTHE VALDEZ PRECINCT, TERRITORY OK ALASKA. BEFORE WON. JOHN •'LYONS, COlf- • MI3SIONER AND EX-OFFICIO JUDGE OF PROBATE. In the Matter of the Estate f •of Louis Brown, Deceased. 4 Notice is hereby given by the sttdersigned adm uistrttor of the estate-of Louis Brown* Deceased, to the creditors of and All persons having claims against tlie said deceased, to exhibit them with the ^necessary vouchers within six months after the first publication of this notice to the said admirtlsttAtJr. at the Clerks office in the Court liouet*, Hi Die Town of Valdes, Tcrritorv of AlaskA-thb •tame ’being the place for theTransactionof the buslines of Aaid estate. Dated this 9th day of April, 1907. K'nite BraVtsW. Administrator of the'AStMe ol Louis Brown Deceased, •Under letters testamentary, with Will annexed. Date of first publication. June 18th 19tT7 4>*te of last.publication, -July llthj1997. The management of the combined steamship agencies and wharf at Sew ard has been given to Tom Baubury. who will also be local agent for the Alaska Central road. Sash Doors, Monldings, Screen Doors, etc. at Chas. Crawford’s place on the dock. "Die new hotel, which is being con structed by the Reynoids-Alaska Com pany at Horseshoe bay, is nearly completed and a swell affair is being planned tor the formal opening of the place. ** >laska baffles science,** says F. C, Miles who has spent much of bis life in that country. “I have known scien tist to go into that country with the most plausible theories ia the world, but they went out of it with none of them left. “It ts impossible for them to explain the fra««cicondition<of the ground for* a distance of 28 feet down into the, earth or to account for the lading1 thereof giant mastodons wed mam-' moths. I hace seen ivory tusks taken out from thecromid that measured 30j feet and the skulls of these animals were bigger than a M-s hilling pot. “There ure impressions of terns to bt found that shew the vegetoMeu to; have been a hundred feet high. “Among all these evidences of uui-! raal life, however, there is odt flhej sign of the existence of nan. What1 amases me Is the way so called ucien-j tists approach Alaska They assume to have explanations for everything in nature; but when they get up into Alaska and see the wonders of the earth there and are interrogated by the, practical miners who have lived there1 for years all their ideas vr i !■ ><vd they disclose the fact that they it., y knew nothing.’*—Washington l’o* — Information is wanted a» to Hie whereabouts of N. W. Powers, iu-t heard from t^nee and « half years ago in Eagle city. He was well known in that section, being one of the old timers. Any inf< unation will be greatly appreciated by his wife. Mrs. N. W. Powers, Idaho Springs Colo rado, Box 211. A lot of the leading citizens of li tn part are in trouble. They signed a petition to the grand jury in behalf of a half breed Indian named Jiirpei. charged with criminal assault on an Indian woman, and Judge 'Guunism caused their arrest for attempting to influence a grand jury So many of the ‘‘leading Citizens” of the camp were arrested that there wen* none left to sign bonds, and gold dust to the amount of $500 each for t!i»se taken 111 to custody was deposited. The with drawal of so much from the virculat iug medium of the ’cn p on short notice is said to have deinmalHped bus ir»OB8. The ’latest accounts indicate that the arrested men will be let (>fF easy-. The money deposited for barfl ha? F»een returned to the \ 3fiss Adelaid Hausn-in of Seattle Svbs awarded the $500 j i we .‘or the de sign of an Otteial e. b oin for tie A laska-Yukon-Pacific ex position. The Idea is expressed by three graceful Yemtfle figures, Seattle for the Pacific <Coadt on the right Welcoming tlhe <Ori •ent and bdlfting* teComcftfve, emWem •of transooutiueutal commerce, with Sorest and mountains in the back igrdtind; Alaska to the north, holding Igold nuggets in her hands, with the northern lifAt, mountains, -and the great Yukon m the Sin- distance; and tbeOrieut In the WWft, extending in her hand an dtwan totftt- fetwara -Se attto. 1 T*‘*8a£!L“„nd Ma" A Town to Itself. Blacksmith Shop, Station. aKaMMaaa ate., etc. Wortman’s Roadhouse FOOT OF SUMMIT, TWENTY MILES FROM VALDEZ Accommodation for 40 horses. Warm dog houses £ FULL STOCK OF GENERAL 3URRUE8 FREKiH riWi Oi,nl rirtcd for from Valdes to th« .**mn»ult Pontius Magnuson Prop. Ptai igan Drop Roadhouse Mrs. E. DOTY, Proprietor Best accommodations betmeen Fairbanks and Valder. AH kinds of provisions, a« well as horse and dog feed for sale, fined aooaromodatMMm for horses and dogs. Freighting contracted—Passengers and freight trans ported over tl>c summit. First-Class Bar la Connect ion. 30 Miles From Valdez The Teikhell Roadhouse 48 Miles From Valdez On Government Trail. Best rtf aooonumwlations for man mod boast. Kresh Meat *Nnays cm hand. Horse and Do« Feed All the latent mijrnwnjefits. FRIVATE ROOMS, Mrs. Ed. Wood, Proprietor. TOOT ROADHOUSE 80 Miles from Valdes at Junction of Fairbanks and Naina Trails* £ First Class Accommodations ft ? Man or Beast € COMPLETE OUTFITS FOR PROSPECTORS 1' \Y and GRAIN - Freighting done to any part of Interior. Dig contracts a specialty. DRY CREEK ROADHOUSE L G atid G. B. W)RER, Prcpietors. 5IS MILES ON FAIRBANKS FROM VAliDKZ AND EAGLE TRAILS Our Home Roadhouse 1B9 F^Rom Valdez On tire new VALDBZ-FAIRBANKS Trail 40 miles north of Gulkana. Mrs. L* M* HICKS, Proprietor Wl-rres, Liquors Bnd Cigars. The Senate, T, 9V. £088 * «Os Fnt»