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HOME BV WATER 1 Tincndous Demonstration Made in His Honor the last Day in the South. Hy C.tbic to the Daily Gateway N. u »>rl< .ms Oct., 1*7 At the fare a , demons*ration in honor of IV, si •n: \\ s. m it last ivteht the crowd t> >o ereat that the sp. akimr pro jit ii a’ tin city hail had to be l ln- IV. sitient V May in tin- city was irked thiMU|fliOtit hy unbounded eu* lU'i.'i'in and business was practically oandotted. To* tv.attcr a busy day of e iterrain •id at Magnolia, tli President etn . |-ked nn the cruiser West Virginia ‘.,r his return journey to the capital. No cotT* ‘O a ; >. tv on i mat'd und 'tops W ill he made, s) that the * . »Yu tit "id be out of t utti'ii wit It ! <e world tour days, and for the first in ItiMot;. dm < h;< f I.\*'cu iv«*; w !1 he oH American soil. Little Kock. Atk.. Oct. -7 The 'r. siih tu Y n .a ni ior. lu re Weiinestlay as marked l>y an ittim* tse crowd and i,»a! enthttsia-m. The city was deen :. Pi.ill fait*'*'. St Ut* s sclIMUM*' ohi ■ ills stat*1. Ferry and » larke. were i ti e r. ceptidn count, it tec. Ttiske.e,-. \la.. t'd.'Jd President , .■ .si 1: a t * sst u the students- of 'kei. ■ ■ tils', ti '. i'st< fil.iy . lie was tree iced hy Hook* r I. W ashinvtoi , W as Ivt'v' \ rd Wt! h t! eat cuthusijismM ’he I’r** s id * t delivered an address in a 11a‘Ii he ur^eu cotr**,:,'Ult,,'ts *•.! >. for. >e ii provene tit o. the nejjro race in cat ion and morals. He mihI both ,-i-"h"tdd ..in !.a: < s fur t he a*i vance-: <• mt . ai’d. vo*'. not it in a racial; > iiuiu ii;t b as law-abidhsjr Ameri niis. ! co;up. dr. utYd the coloreil »■■■ nr: d evidences of advancement kin- fo ti* on every hand in the > '. ■ 11 ■ s ’:•* sid. ait Y speech he re* Y\*< ( l»; i r -; * i *• of l .’>* '** M tide! i t s c;i I'.V _■ «’!*. sent ini' every i mitt try r: .. sc Ik*, *. • Many dist inyi- - .s|,ia. N.i.tt i>. lai while tu* u and thous ais ill 11 k people wa re present. Mobi . A a. *Vt. I’d I ’resilient ; v, it nr iv.-d her* safely at hoofi m.a ay an*. hF vi-.it wa* tin* occa ' ■- >>; A _!• a: *m tnot,-.; rat ion. l:t tin 'le t •• n l • ■ addressed a meetire* of .* at* v< i*fairs, who went • h i n th »U*i‘h th«• 'tat** anti acted *' h sescorts throujfh every town. Tin 1 *r*•':*l*■ ni"' 'pi i cii here dwelt ,'t.iy u'„>i ti virtu* - of the South d compliment, u i's w, mb* ful tlb* h'- iirui, * '|*ccia'.ly in all kind' of * * neat ion. I has been decided * hat the IV* 'i* .•nt wid return to Washington by ■ a■" ■ v, • n N**w t >!■ ■•arts. o.ETHODISTS ORGANIZE HERE seal Chui-Jh Society Completes Fcmal Government Tl or if an! :ation of the local Met ho st i!:>L*-o|».il church completed ui_;nt tile Methodist tent oh ..irth avenue. The church liejfins ith s. vcutetu tut-novrs and proha on* ts. Tin t* !!<»w i: .. oiUc.-fs wer appointed v:i i V ti in ;< d : ; festers. .! S. Morris, h. t!>r< w:i !i. F (. Hale: stewards. Mr> s. M. M. o «'is. .Mr<. K. U. Gray, s. Frldon. ’J*. .1. Ludlow: president j :nIi. s' A . S'iciiU' Mrs. S. M. Morris: mu, Her on ehu’vh music, Mrs. F . 11 ale. Mrs T. .1.Ludlow. Mts. F,. . Pedersen. \ t in* cl<isc o? t i” hurinrss session i h‘v. and Mrs. L. H Pedersen tendered i;i informal reception to the member Tho pastor and family Lave been in > -wai'd !'"■.'! iy three months, this t’inu' one of tiu- two new places occu h-d by the Methodist church this vear: a- utii. r place is Fairbanks, wherw ,u . .L Parsons, tin superintendent of n thodisi work mi Alaska, resides at • »vsont. Nome w ill be occupied next lie Clara, i wait t<> ask a qiu -a ion. She -This is s„ vakhAC U< l know, ml i eun‘t stand it am longer. The u*t is one of the lej's of your ehair is n iny foot, ami 1 was going to ask you f you wouhl kindly remove it. K. L. Whittemore failed to receive ius ho ,v ling allev equipment on the iiertha hut got a letter informing him hat the plant will he etit on the i 'ortland. Dr. Sleem has returned from a trip o the Matanuska. QUARREL BRINGS | DEATH TO ONE Marlin ttelch Slaps Auqust Nilson. who Goes into f it and Dies of Heart Disease. \ few minutes after an altercation with Martin Welch, railroad con tractor on the north side of Turnajrain Arm. in which the contractor slapped him in the fare, August Nilson died of in ai i disease it. ’ho camp at Rainbow rtaek, October I'd. It wa* first re ported that he had been violently as saulted hut a coroner's jury found that Ids death was from heart disease super induced by the excitement of the qua rrel. Welch. Or. C.rieve and several1 other men went to Sunrise, where1 Welch irave himself up tot 'ommissioner (fOodcll. The commissioner as ex-otlicio j coroner called a jury of six men and t.n \ testimony, then adjourned to Rainbow creek, where the body was i v'nwed. The jury returned a verdict that the man died of heart disease, re-j suit injf from excitement. The test imony before the coroner's; jury appeared to show that Nilson and another man had been brum'll! up from 1 Seattle by Mr. W elch at his expense: j that they asked for station work and; he toid t hem lie was not prepared to ”he them station work at the timej because of lack of adequate arrange-! ments, aud that they could not tnaUeJ anything that way: 'hat when they ha.i b» it there several days he insisted that they yo to work as laborers, and ili. tviusal of Nilson liroujyht on an a !;. i .-at ion: that Weleti twice slapped the man. w ho fell in a tit and expired a few minutes later. The surgeon of j the camp i« 'titl' d that Nilson undoubt | edly had heart disease Laborers from the camp have come to Siward asserting that Welch! knock' d ilie man down wit li t wo power ful blow s and th< n kicked him. This* is apparently disposed of by the state-j ment o> dames Wallae* of Sunrise, a member of the coroner's jury, who was j in Sew ard the past w eek. He says | i licit were no marks ol violence on the body or head of the dead man. Mr. Wallace said: “I went on the jury with a prejudice a-ain't Mr. Welch because be struck lie man. ami 1 'till think lie did wrong\ in th :. I never struck a man working ’ tor ini’ in my life. There i' no doubt in my mind but tin scrap with Mr. Welch caused the man’s death, but it ; was eleuri\ because ol the exeiten'eut. i and not any violence, for there was not :i mark on the body." 1 i ■■■ uni.-sinner (loodcll's record of t lie ; test i:.■ t ny and lindinty at t be cornu Vs inqiie-t held at Sunrise was received by Assistant l\ S. District Attorney i le. : from the hands of a niossentyor in Seward last \\ edm 'day. Mr. Welch testified that Nilson and a eotimanion had conn up from Seattle j ’ Ids expense and had been in camp ai.out live or six days: that the day j ; r< •editvj the trouble tliey asked him for ti si a’ion and he told them they; could not ma’u anything on a station became there was no powder' that! they would have to ‘_ro to work as labonyrs for a short time. Tic next morning the walTdiig bo.'s. 1 Hogan told Welch that the men re-1 fused to -to »o work. Welch went into, their iun . wli re Nilson \va> sitting on | a seat II. t.dd them they miK. go to! work and the otlier man went outside. Nilson said nothing and did not move | and Welch slapped him once on each side of tlie face. Nil-oil got tip and walked over to the bunk and laid upon it. face downward. Welch followed and -hook him. Nilson rose but fell U) on the ground a- it ir tit \\ rich tried ’o force water into the man’s mouth hut the teeth were set hard, He sent a man for Dr. Brieve and fol low. . himself. When lie got back with the surgeon. Nil-on was dead. y . s MeUilvery, a laborer and 1*. M. Benson, night watchman, corrobor ated Welch's testimony on tlie main points MeBilvery said his hack was turned part of the time hut he heard the slaps fifteen feet aw iv. I >r. t h-ieve testified t hat in his opinion tie man died of heart 'disease, induced bv excitement. He v^jd he found Nilson*.- arteries quite hard, showing an advanced stage of -chlorosis, and i that the day before he had observed an unhoalt bfnl pallor in Nilson’s face, indicating insufficient circulation of the . blood. 1 Tiie name- of the jurors were .1. C. Baxter, C. (’. Donovan. D. Kyle. James Wallace, A. Mcllheny, 13. Quelroto. The inquest was held October 20, the dav following Nilson’- death, i Nilson fame from Bellingham, W ash ington. He was about 4”» years old, six feet high, and weighed about 17o pounds, according to the finding. Assistant District Clegg, Deputy Marshal Wyhrant and Dr. C. II (lib buns started for Sunrise this morning to exhume Nilson's body and make a post-mortem examination. | HUNTER’S BODY EOUND (hist Kostki's Remains lie in Deep Crevice of Ice. At the bottom of a crevice in a "•lac ier near mile IT men found the body of ('.list Kostki, who disappeared from l camp September M with a <run to •fo i bear huntin'' and was never seen after ward alive. The hotly iv, -,o deep from the top of the ice that ii can only be reentered with a hook and a loivy rope, hut the men wht) sa w it say that it is nndonht redly the corpse of Kostki, w hom they , knew. < hi aeeotmt of I lie co'd tie re mains are well preserved. Kostki had recently hou^ht a jjun I ween lie went out one bright Sunday I morning from the camp which was j headquarters of the men who wi re j build in*; a roadway to the tunnel site’, j lie wore no coat, and alien he failed j to return it was not diliieult to yuesA i his fate. Search had been made for ! the remains lint tin* body was found by | accident. Fred (i. Hunt, of a survey ! iul!' party near there, brought in tin i new s. kostki was a yotinir Italian. Il< ! eatne up In re early in the spring and j was well liked. lie took an active part in tin1 athletic eontests in Seward tin- Fourth of July. He was about *JJ or l!4 years old. MAN DROWNS IN DAY \Y. D. Donovan loses life in Tide Water While Intoxicated. | \Y. D. Donovan walked into the • iy | ' last Wednesday night while iinox-j icated and was drowned while men I were ;miin■_ to hi> assistance, lie was dragged out a few minutes after he went into the water, and Dr. Apple white and .1. li. Darker of the hospital stall’worked over him for some time j lnit were unable to resuscitate him. ; A man who lives in a tent Hear by saw Donovan walk into the water, and | acre! king to Ids own statement started ' up town to notitiy the populace that a . man was drowning in the hay. He it j I also credit* I with the -:atem»*nt thas j ; he went home to yet Ida rubber boots to wade in and pull t he man out. When . Donovan's predicament became known j . several men hurried down to the water : front and pulled him out but it was too ' late to saw Ins bit*. A short time before Donovan was drowned WPliam Workman saw him on the beach, and no’icing that lie was, drunk tried to persuade him to go up I town but Donovan refused. Although I tin man was in a maudlin condition Workman supposed he was able to • j take care of himself and finally left him. j Donovan wan years old. He came : \ from San Francisco in August on the Yalencia and recently had been work-1 1 iny at camp 44 A short time ago a rock fell upon one of lus toes, crushing 1 it badly, and he came to town for treat-, ! ment. He had ii dres-'od at the hospi-j | tal each day and spt id the rest et the i time with the hoys on the booze right. I of way. Out on the line Donovan was known as “tiie governor." lie was an afl'able ; man and was well-liked. I* is reported that he had relatives of high standing j hi Sacramento. TO OFT RID OF BED BUGS lust Coax Them Oft’ the Couch and Then Haul it Away The Alaska (Juneau) Transcript ! credits Col. Sol. Hipinskv with a n< w scheme for getting rid of bed bugs. Here it is: ‘‘Sprinkle salt quite well over the couch, then place a pail of water five or six f'*et from the couch. After ’lie | bugs have eaten heartily of the salt 1 I they will all make for the pail of 1 water for a drink. While they are all at the pail get f-ing a drink pull the i couch away.” -— Extenuating fin umstance« “it was perfectly disgraceful of Mis. j I Wappington to be in such a hurry ! about getting married again. She 1 might at least, have waited a year." “But you must remember, my dear, tiiat she and the second gentleman had j been corresponding a long time before ■j the first one died " ,, | I, n, |M| | ,■■■■ - THE TEETH Keep them dean, it means good health and money saved. Cleansing Agents for the teeth an* trifles as to cost hut really very important when tin ir etr.rt is considered. ltrushes, Tooth Pastes and Powders Should lie selected with great care. The wrong kind will injure tin tenth. Wi* aVe special agents for Pasteurinc Tooth Wash and Paste ^COLEMAN HOUSE H. N. COKKMAN, Proprietdr Electric lights and Electric Bells in every room Rates from 50e to $2.50 per day Absolutely First-Class EXCELLENT (WFE IN CONN ECTION j S'*ward. Alu-ka SAW MURRAY AEEER MURDER George Sexton Remembers Meeting him at Seldovia on Steamer Dora Going West. That .John Murray or Moroira did not commit suicid'* after killing .Tim b'isk at Halibut bay last spring, but escaped from tin country is si theory which is prsictically t-.ablisl>id sis si fact by < ieorge Sexton, who says in -aw the man climb upon tl'.*- steam* r Dora from a small boat at Sel dovia the evening of Match H* produces In- diary to substantiate his statement. In the latter part of March Mr. Sex ton. tln*n deputy l . S. marshal, went to Seldovia to investigate tin* myster ious disappearance ml a man named Morrison. Ib* bad scversil men with him and at Seldovia arranged with the captain of the Dora to tow a little -loop in which hi- party had been cruising the Ini* t hay-, to Port Dick. The Dora was hound for Kodiak but tin* captain tow* d tin* sloop to Port Dick i and tl'eti went to S* Movisi. Mr. Sex-1 ton's diary shows that lie left Seldovia j ontln* Dora late in the evening of March L’b. Mr. Sexton remembers distinctly (hat shortly alter dark as lie was sitting- on tin* deck *>t the "learner a man rowed up alone in a small boat and came on hoard, ile ones not re member what the rower did with the boat but be noticed that the man was one whom lie had >een often ii Seward, ill* was short ami heavy set and wore j a heavy, dark mustache. This is the exact description of J Moreira. Mr. Sexton hud not thought of the occurrence even since the bisk murder cam*1 to light until yesterday when lie was in a group who were dis cussing tie* affair. When a descrip- j * ion of Moreira. or Murray as he was known here, was given Mr. Sexton was suddenly reminded of the man he s:\v, climb on the Dora at S**l do'\j';i. He says there is no mistake as to the identity. He saw little of Moreira on board between Seldovia and Por’ Dick, and the man undoubet cdly went on westward. TO BUILD PLUMBING SHOP MeNeiley & Mead Will Have New Quarters on Fifth Avenue W. A. MeNeiley and George Mead V ill build a new plumbing shop on the v ost side of Fifth avenue, directly east of Hichards' new store on Fourth. Men began clearing the ground ‘his morning. The structure will he 2t»x50 feet, two and one-half stories hggh Mr MeNeiley wiil live in the upper part. Additions will be made to the shop Equipment, of the than as soon as ! they move into the new building. Mr. MeNeiley has purchased two lots and tin* new building will lx? located on the south side of the tract. He will donate two 1* ot of ground on that side for an alley, the adjoining owner will also give two feet, and the correspond ing Fourth avenue owners will each give two feet. On this four-foot strip a sidewalk will he built from street to street. _____ Several small hoys frescoed the new schoolhouse with rotten eggs just, to ihow their attitude toward education. Seward Assay Office , Chemical Analyses and Assay Made Price List for Assaying Gold (>)' Silver. sl.,*»t) Gold ami Silver. si’.Of) Silver and Load. S-.00 < Iold, Silver and Lead si.uO ('opper. ’ I .r*(> (Iold and ('opper.... Sii.oO (Iold, Silver and ('op per. s:l.."o (Iold, Silver, I 'opper and Lead. Sl.t'd Prices for other metals and min eral on applicution. Gold and diver bullion refined, melted and assayed or pur chased. If. K. KLLSWOKTII.G. K. SiX INCH SNOW IN WASHINGTON linthreslied Grain Damaged, While Montana and Chicago Report Extreme Octobor Cold. Qv Cable to the Dally Gateway Spokane. <)ct. -•*> Six inches of snow covers all of Kastorn Washington, and gloat damage has resulted to ur threshed grain, of which there is a groat quantity. The weather is quite cold. Havre. Mont. Oet. lid The tlw-rmo meter went down to 0 below zero here Monday morning, and although tin temperature is rising slowly it is sti!1 ext> etnely cold. Chicago, Oct. 2d rnprecedentod. cold weather prevails in this city fot the time of year and much suffering has resulted to the poor, who were to tally unprepared. INCORPORATE NEW COMPANY Local Men to Engage in General Lumber and Fuel Business The Kenai Lumber «X Fuel Company has been incorporated under the laws of Alaska with headquarters at Sew ard. to engage in a general lumbei building material and fuel business George K. Dickinson. .1. J. McManus. K. It. Gray and other well known local men are the stockholders. Mr McManus went to Seattle on the ! lim tha to comple arrangements already partially made by wire for a large cargo of lumber and coal. He expects to have a complete stock here by De cember I. The company will handle all kinds of building material, including cement, plaster and shingles. The steamei Excelsior will bring a cargo for the company, sailing November 1 from Seattle. The Portland, sailing Nov ember 2d, will also bring a large ship ment, including 100 tons of lump coal Mi-. McManus will arrange in Seattle j for a regular supply of a'l stocks to be | handled by the company’.