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THE ALASKA PRIISPECTIIR
Vol 4 ALASKA PROSPECTOR Valdez Alaska, December 26. 1907. VALDEZ NEWS No 45 -- ! jr i nt le The Prospector] Alffum, Manchuria, Dec. 20—A, i company of Chinese soldiers mutinied, killing their officers and pillaging the village of Tstisinkhan. An artillery . , ccmpany was dispatched to capture the recalcitrants, and a battle ensued. The mutineers finally surrendered, but not until half of their number was killed._ Criticizes Adjournment Washington, D. C., Dec. 2G—Rep resentative Gaines of Texas is criti cizing the action of congress in ad journing for the holidays. He says it should have remained in session and gone after Wall street and throttled the thieves there, forcing them to disgorge the money of honest men which they now hold with impunity. Alaska Boy To Front West Point, Dec. 26—Dan Pullen, the Alaska cadet at West Point, has boon selected to captain the foetba’l team of the military academy. Strikes Rubber Bed face ma, Dec. 26—In b .ring a w 11 t ebcard of public werks struck a nbher bed 330 feet below the earth’s surface. w snoot not rtt m By Cable to The Prospector] Seattle, Dec. 23—Michael Davis, representing the Federation of Miners of the Tanana district, says the Tan ana strike is not settled. He urges miners to keep away from that dis tinct, saying there are already two thousand idle men there. He intends to bill all the coast towns to this effect. Democrats Organize Club Seattle, Dec. 21— Alaska Democrats in this city held a meeting yesterday, and organized a Democratic club. The meeting was culled to order by I George Stanley of Nome. Frank 11. Waskey of Norn *, Alaska’s first dele gate ia co.igre3i, waj electel presi dent, and J dm W. Troy, formerly editor of the Skugway Alaskan, was chosen se< ret iry. A < immittce w is app anted to f jrmulat 1 rales andregi: lati ns fer the guidane * of tl e org m ization. An- ther meeting will short ly Le hold, at which time the holding o" a dc maeratie convention will <•- me 1 up for eonsiderition. Ccpncrs Are Dow New York, Dee. 23— 'opper ofTcr in .•< are li jh at th r m a id a qui r ter. 1 mmm By t'abl** to The Proxp^etor] Seattle, Dee. 28—A fifty-mile :• :i honr gale occurod hero Christmas eve, extinguishing the electric lights. The stores lost th >u -amds of dollar, in Christmas trade as a result of the darkness. Saratoga In Seattle Seattle, Dec. 2(5—Steamer Saratoga arrived here last night. Owing to stormy weather she failed t > step at Katalla and when off Vancouver island the • lements hecam t so fierce that the vessel was comp lied t i 1\\ to until the wind and wave • vi’> ided. Hoyt Gets Appointment Seattle, I)ce. 2U—Henry II yt, for merly district atlemey of the :'.•••> v.d division, with hcadq la *1 ra at N< 1 has been appointed at rr.e -t’e.urai of l’orto Itico, and le.\ l a ■- . 1 > assume the duti m of .!i 1 tHi ». Wants Longer Term Washington, D. IK". 2*3 S na tor Cuiloin lias i ltroduc. d a bill 01 the senate, ir.erea dug :i.t* t m • f tl e president and via’-peed lent t> 1 . it stead of four years, a id ,.r h M l a seei i d t *rru f>/r t'i * oe u 1 a mm judge s Tr Cable lu The l“ro9|>eetor] New York, D ee. 21—.Ju ;iee Ilarlan. »f tin* United St it j supreme court, was the guest of 1. tv>rat a banqtu't given by the Kentucky club of this city, hi tin* course of a sp« e •!» res p aiding t > a toast, the learned jus tice said the fu.utv of the countn was bright, notwithstanding the con stant wailing < f pessimists to the contrary. Kaiser Compliments Burns Pehn it , IV \ 2*1—-Ton my hums, the pugilist, l as iviolved a lett* i* from Kaiser Will; dm of (Lrmany, congratulating him noon the show ing math in his li .lit \vi h the English navy man, M ir, vhiih'oeouircd in London r ■ o..t!y, Th ■ iC:ii?<i*r wit n ■■,(' ! tin- fight div -od incognito. Communication Shut Off < , In •. g;i -S;, jrnu hiv ‘ r t . if c m v. nd ji iii iti all diiections. >'o *h\v Yi :1c \vi v i. row i.i opera tion. Visits Mother s Grave (.'irelr.rati, ! ■ < . 2(5 he rotary Taft v*. '. tie,. . o I is n.t tlu l* Tin s da Mia died during his s«jii:n hr .ad a d la 1 <1 i:; the ccn e t r; h rr*. PROMPT ATTENTION and QUALITY are the words on w ich wa rJj ~ CAVL DRUG CO. HIGH GRADE GROCERIES HILL’S BROS. TEAS AND COFFEES PREFERRED STOCK CAN GOODS HEINZ PICKLES & PRESERVES CROSS & BLACWELLS’ REL ISHES, ;tea garden PRESERVES We have made an addition to our Grocery Department which we would like you to try— HAZELWOOD GUARANTEE BUTTER A. L. LEVY & CO.