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HAY ENGLISH EX-SOLDIER KIDNAPPED BY DETECTIVE* New York, May 8—Because ol his romance with with Mary, daugh ter of Senator Culbertson of Texas Alec R. Robertson, who wan one ol the first Englishmen to enter the world war, was kidnapped and or derer to leave the country. The English Embassy has taken up the matter with the State Depart ment. objecting to the manner in which Robertson was kidnapped. They assert that Robertson was at tacked by Burn.s detectives who posed as Federal agents. ADDITIONAL APPOINTMENTS FOR THE ALASKA AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE Seattle, May 8—Archie M. Trues dale has been named Professor of mathematics and Earl R. Pilgram was named Professor of Mining En gineering on the faculty of the Alaska Agricultural College School of Mines. Miss Lari Borell of Spokane was named Secretary to President Bunnell, she will also serve as the College Accountant. Truesdale and Pilgrim are both graduates of the University of Wash SUES FORMER HUSBAND FOR BREACH OF PROMISE St. Louis, May 8—Charging that he broke his promise to marry her again, Anna Hudgins has brought suit against her divorced husband, Dr. Swekosky a dentist. Anna claims $25,000 as a balm for her broken heart thru his breach of promise. WU PEI FU DEMANDS INDEMNITY FROM CHANG TSO LIN Peking, May 8—Wu Pei Fu to night is the recognized master of China. One of his first official acts was to demand an indemnity of $28,000,000 from Chang Tso Lin for payment of his troops and reim bursement to Chinese who were in jured by the movements of various troops in this, the short lived civil war of China. SEATTLE HEAD OP ABSTRACT COMPANY DIES Seattle, May 8—E. 8. Osborne, head of the Osborne Company, is dead. The Osborne Company Is a Pioneer Abstract Company of this PRESIDENT EXPECTS TO VISIT PORTLAND Washington. May 8—President Harding today told a delegation from Portland be hoped to visit the Oregon city, late in the summer. Hie visit !e contingent upon his ability to carry oat his plans to make a trip to Alaska. APPEAL TO RUSSIANS TO ACCEPT MEMORANDUM Genoa, May 8th—Premier Lloyd George and Foreign Minister Chan aer of Italy, today addressed a strong appeal to the Russian repre »entatires at the Economic Confer ence. In this appeal the Russians were urged to accept the Allied Memorandum in its main points and it was promised that Russia would receive an International loan, with the understanding that the lending countries would thus pro vide funds for the reconstruction o( FRESH OUTBREAK AGAINST WU PEI FU—AMERICANS ARE THREATENED Shanghai. May 8—Americans at Chi Kung Shan are in peril as the result of fresh outbreaks against General Wu Pei Fu. WIDELY KNOWN STEAMSHIP MEN DROWN IN PACIFIC San Francisco. May 8—John U. Hanlfy rnd A. Christensen, two widely known steamship men and directors In the Olympia Club and Captain Peter Anderson the yacht ing pilot, were drowned sometime Saturday night when their yacht, in which they were pleasure yachting from San Sallto to San Mateo, cap sized. the yacht in which the par MISSISSIPPI FLOOD VICTIMS IN LOUISIANA New Orleans, May 8— Seventj thousand are homeless In Mississip pi and Louisana as~a result of thf unprecedented high water and flood conditions prevailing thruout th< Mississippi valley and water shed ty were sailing belonged to Hanlfy I KKN(1I DELEGATES PREDICT RUSSIANS WILL BOLT Genoa. May 8—According to an announcement emanating from the French delegation. It in predicted that the Russian delegation will bolt the conference. AGED POLITICALASPIRANT FILES AGAIN Toledo. May 8—Isaac R. Her v.'ood, 87 years old and a former member of the House, has filed again for nomination in the Demo cratic primaries. SIBERIAN AND ALASKAN TRADING VESSELS PREPARE TO LEAVE Seattle. May 8—Olaf Swenson and Company have purchased a 70 foot diesel power boat, the Blue Sea, and will dispatch her on May 20th with trading supplies to the Kolyma river. Their power schooner, the Chukotsh, Captain R. H. Weeding, sails today for Natalia Bay. Kam Thr- Carlisle Packing Company have chartered the Admiral line steamer, the Curaco, for a cannery tender and will dispatch her to Her enden Bay this coming week. American legation is THREATENED BY BOM GISTS Sofia. Bulgaria, May 8 Threats have been received at the American L-gation here to blow up the build ing unless the United States brings about the release of Sacco and Van setti. Communists. Sacco and Van setti are now under conviction for murder in the State of Massachu ROYAL PAIR WITH SUITE ERA YE FOR BELGIUM London, May 8—King George and Queen Mary, with their suite which includes General Haig and Admiral Betty, left today for Belgium. The royal party will be the guests of King Albert and Queen Elizabeth for an unstated period. TUESDAY (TELEGRAPHIC) SNAKE RIVER HARBOR CONTRACT AWARDER _ I According to n telegram received j by Chaa D. Jones, of the Alaska] Road Commission, trom Ool Stees-*, j tho Snake River Dredging Contra t] has been awarded to J. J. Keenan. Mr. Keenan bid $2.14 percu. yd. ; It is understood that a suction; dredge will be employed to do the| SUCCESSFUL MAYORALTY CANDIDATE FILES EXPENSE ACCOUNT Seattle, May 9—J. Brown, sue-1 cessfnl mayoralty candidate in the; recent city election, has filed bis campaign expense Hat or statement I with the city council. la this, statement Brown shows an expen dlture of $3,663.00. which ia a small amount considering the opposition attitude. Brown’s election showed; that his supposed radical tenden cies met with the approval of a vast, majority of Seattleites. Kt' KLUX KLAN MEMBERS BARRED FROM THE MASONIC AFFILIATION San Francisco, May 9—A letter has been sent directing that mem bers of the Ku Klux Klan be denied admittance into the Masonic order in California^and the Hawaiian Is This order was sent to all mem bers of the Masonic order in Cali fornia and the Hawaiian Islands by Dr. Samuel B. Burks, Grand Mas ter of the California jurisdiction of the Masonic Lodge. AMERICAN RIGHTS TO BE PROTECTED HOLY LAND Seattle, May 9—An agreement has been reached between the Brit ish government mandatory, the gov ernment in power in Palestine and the United States. This agreement concerns the rights, privileges and protection of Americans and their property in the Holy Land. financier leaves estate VALUED TEN MILLION New York, May 9—Henry Davi son, prominent financier and part ner of Morgan who died last Satur day,. following an operation for tumor, leaves an estate valued at ten million dollars. MAUXATi; DIES AHOARD I'ASHKNOKK TRAIN Now York. May 9—While aboard an Atlantic City train John H. Pat terson, cash register magnate, was suddenly taken sick and died before relief could be obtained. WOODROW WILSON URGES DEFEAT OF SEN. REED St. Louis, May 9—Showing his chagrin over attacks made upon his attitude in the Peace Conference, Woodrow Wilson takes measures to bring about the defeat of Senator Reed of Missouri. Referring to Reed as a Marplot, former President Wilson, in a letter to former Governor Stephens, asks that all possible means bq employed to defeat the senior Senator from Missouri. Wilson asserts that de feat of Reed must be accomplished to redeem the reputation of the democratic party. GERMANS AND RUSSIANS URGED TO COOPERATE ON MEMORANDUM Genoa, May 9—Lloyd George has succeeded in inducing the Germans to cooperate with Russian leaders and has urged them to prepare an answer to be submitted to the Con ference demands. This coopera tion toward a solution of the pro blem would give further time for negotiations without definitely re jecting the submitted memorandum. MOB ACTION RESULTS RANGERS BEING CALLED INTO ACTION Kirvin. Texas. May 9—Two de tachments of Texas Rangers were rushed to Kirvin yesterday to be present in case further disturbances occur. They were called out by state authorities following: another outbreak of race disturbances which occurred after Frederick Green had been lynched. Green is the fourth negro to die by mob action since the murder of Eula Ausley. SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR PARTICIPATION IN DISTURBANCES Moscow. May 9—Eight priests and two laymen, one of whom was a woman, were sentenced to death here.-' The charges preferred against them consists of having op posed the recognition of the church treasurer and for alleged participa tion in various disturbances GAY ENGLISH WAR VETERAN A PIKER FORTUNE HUNTER Washington. May 9—A. E. Rob-, ertaon. the reputed British war hero, j proved himself n typical fortune j hunter and for that reason his mar- j riage to Miss Culbertson was op posed by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cnlbertson discov•! ered plans for the eloperaeut in! which the bride was asked to fur-i nish $1,000.00 expense money and as a consequence Senator and Mrs. \ Culbertson forbid the marriage ofj their daughter. Mary Alexander, to] A. E. Robertson. Robertson Arrives In Washington i to Protest Kidnapping. Washington. May 9.—Alexander E. Robertson. British war veteran, arrived here today to lay before the British Ambasay his charges of kid-j napping against three private de tectives. who he alleges attempted to force his deportation from Texas , and the United States. Robertson claims that the only reason for his desired deportation ^ is that his affection for the daugh«; ter of Senator Culbertson was ob j jected to by her parents. WAR VETERAN DISABILITY PAYMENTS FOR STATE OF W ASHINGTON Washington. May 9th—Records placed before the various depart ments here disclose that the State of Washington has paid out the sum of four hundred and eighty thous and dollars to its worlds war veter ans. These payments were made only to disabled members of the service. FIRST AMERICAN MINISTER TO HUNGARY ARRIVES POST Budapest. May 9—Theodore Bran tano of Chicago, American minister to Hungary, arrived today. Bran tano is the first minister accredited to Hungary since the establishment of the new Hungarian government. GIRL KILLED IN FIRE WORKS EXPLOSION Seattle. May 9—Nora Bailey. 17 years old, was killed when an ex plosion occurred in a local fire works factory. RUSSIAN REPLY TO MEMORANDUM NOT QUITE READ1 Genoa, May 9—Tchltcherin, heat of the political forces of the Sovie government, and one of the mow brilliant political minds in th< world, has informed Lloyd Georgi that the Russian Reply to the Allied memorandum will not be ready be fore tomorrow at the earliest. NEW PREMIER APPOINTED (CHINESE GOVERNMENT WU PEI FI Peking. May 9—The victory ol Wu Pei Fu over the forces of Chanr Tao Lin has resulted in a new Chin eso government being set np. Wang Shih, a brilliant Chinese statesman, has been appointed Pram ier of the new government of Wu WEDNESDAY (TELEGRAPHIC) LARGE PARISIAN THEATRE BURNS TO GROUND Paris. May 9th—The Casoin De Paris, largest theatre in France.was today burned to the ground. In this theatre many pror.jinent Ameri cans were appearing among the more prominent Americans was in cluded Pearl White. ULSTER DISTURBANCES CON TINUE THEIR VIOLENCE London. May 9—Continuing their internecine warfare Ulster consta l»lp'~ and Irish Republican army in surgents indulged in another battle which occurred today at Clady Don egal*'. Several were killed on both DAILY NEWSPAPER DESTROYED RY FIRE lies Moines. May 9—Fire today completely destroyed the eutire plant of the Pea Moines Daily News. The News is the largest daily paper in the state of Iowa, excepting the Omaha Daily Dee. FORMER ALASKAN HELD FOR RETRIAL MURDER CASH Spokane. May 9—Azalia Wick sell will again stand trial for the murder of Harold B. Paryer of the United States Signal Service ia Al FKPERAL OFFICIALS CHARGED WITH PAYING BONUS FOR CONVICTIONS Seattle. May 10—Judge Neterer yesterday afternoou abruptly baited p trial Ln the Federal court, and directed that, the Grand Jury begin to make investigations. It had come to the knowledge of Judge Neteror that City and County Federal Officials wer* being charged with paying a bonus' ror convictions under the prohibition laws GENOA CONFERENCE WILL NOT INFLUENCE IT. 8. ATHTinDE Washington. May 10—America will not be influenced in its dealings with Russia by any action of the Genoa Conference nor by any Euro pean country. It was emphatically declared at the White House yes terday that regardless of the sue cess or failure of the Genoa Confer ence this government will not dev iate from the principle originally laid down as a basis for the resump tion" of relations with Russia. STUDENTS KILLED OX COLLEGE CAMPUS, OKLAHOMA Stillwater. Okta.. May 1ft—Beck ham Cobb. 23 year old Birmingham. Alabama student at the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical college was shot and killed on the college campus. Earl E.'Cordon, 25 year old student from Miami. Oklahoma, was also shot and killed. PRINCE OF WALES TO RECEIVE VALUABLE PRESENT JAPAN Osaka, May 10—When the Prince of Wales arrives here on his con templated visit he will be presented with a valuable token of respect. The gift will be a beautiful decor ated lacquered cabinet, representing the ten years work of master Jap anese carvers. WOOD TO REMAIN ACTIVE GOVERNOR BALANCE YEAR Manila, May 10—General Wood, according to an announcement made by him yesterday, will remain Gov ernor of the Philippine Islands un til the end of nineteen twenty two. It is not known what will be hli plans after retiring front the gover norship. I’OLH'KMAN ADMITS KNOW I.KIHSK OF STOCKROOM LOCATION—SEATTLE Seattle. May 10—F. L. Troublj admitted before Superior Judge Hall, yesterday, that he had located the store room of the Diamond Rub her Company, on Kin*? Street. Iasi March twenty second. At this tinu Troubly was a member of the local Police Department and cave out his information with the result that the Rubber Company’s Store .'•com wan looted. Trirbly wlil be tentencel nett Friday fcy the Superior court | STABLE OF WEALTHY HORSEMEN BURNS MANY VALUABLE RACERS Lexington. Ky., May 10—Twenty eight thoroughbreds, valued at a quarter of a million dollars, burned to death in a fire which destroyed the racing stable owned "by former United States Senator Johnson. N. Camden and J. C. Milan. Both owners are prominent breeders of racing stock at the Lexington race tracks. a passenger and will come North to take charge of the Nome Toast Guard Station . DETECTIVE DIES FKOM I'NEIMOM I Seattle. May 10—City detective Meyer Petser, well known member of the Seattle force, died yesterday from pneumonia. Ti llICHER1X AN\OUNCES FURTHER RELAY MEMORANDUM Genoa. May 10—According to an announcement made by Tchicherin this afternoon, the Russian reply to the Allied Memorandum, which was expected today, must undergo still further alterations before ready for presentation. ENRAGED CITIZENS ATTEMPT TO LYNCH PRINCIPAL Bowling Green. Ohio, May 15—| Demanding that Otto P. Tracy, a, former Walbridge Ohio school prin cipal. be lynched, enraged citizen's today stormed the home of Winn. Stein When the crowd began shooting out the windows Stein call-, ed the sheriff's office for assistance j and the crowd dispersed Tracy was recently indicted on j serious charges preferred by liar-: entn of s'-hool children under hi3 RESUMPTION DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS BETWEEN PKRU-CHILI LIKELY Washington. May 10— The first; step toward the resumption of diplo-, matic relations between Chili and j Peru, in settlement of their contro-; versy over Tacna Arica. which was ■ begun twelve years ago was today, Peruvian Ambassador Senor Pezetj called on Senor Mathieu, the Chilian j Ambassador, and both went together to the State Department to confer with Secretary of State Hughes. >H ST RECOMPENSE V S FOR DESTROYED ZEPPELINS Paris, May 10—The Council of Americans today announced its de cision that Germany must recom pense the United States in the amount of three quarters million dollars. This recompense is for Zeppelins destroyed and not deliv ered in compliances with the treaty of Versailles. CUTTER REAR SAILS FOR NOME LATTER PART OF WEEK Seattle. May 10—The Cutter Bear will sail at the end of the week for Nome by the way of Dutch Harbor. Captain Thomas A. Ross will be RIG FIRE IX VICTORIA DESTROYS CITY DOCK Victoria, May 11—Fire yesterday destroyed the Arcade Block. Five firemen were injured and the pro perty loss will reach half a million The N.rnie Nugget delivered by car rier or mailed. Per Month 11.00 TELEPHONE YOUR SUBSCRIPTION FOR THE BULLETIN Prosure your Oil Prospecting blanks at the Nugget Office. New est and up-to-date forms. To J. W. Gallop, Alice Savage, J. W. Morris, Annie Hendrik. J. In sals, L. II. Adams, jour heirs and legal representatives. You and each of you are hereby notified that the undersigned as re owner therein has expended the auai of one hundred dollars for *»ach of the years 1912, 1913. 1914. 1915, 1916, 1920. 1921. and one and one half dollars for each of the years 1917. 1918 and 1919, in labor and Improvements on and for the bene fit of the 17. S. ASSOCIATION', placer mining claim situated on the Niuk luk River, about one-half mile above the town of Council, in the Council City Recording District, Alaska. (Notice of location whereof is re corded iu Volume 24 of Locations, at page 207 of the records of said listricti, in the performance of the annual labor required by Section 224 Revised Statute.; of the I'nited States, and supplemental legislation in order to hold said claim. Aad you are severally required to contribute your proportion of such expenditure, according to your sev eral interest* in said claim »o the un dersigned uwowner with you therein within ninety days after the service of this notice on you by the pobtt cation thereof, or yonr internet In said claim will become forfaited antf vest In the undersigned as provided by the sakl statute. W. K. TAYLOR, Publish—Feb. 18.23, March 4,11,It. 25.April l.l.IB,22,29. May 6.13.1923 noth*; of KORnwrurns To J. W. Gallop. J. W. Morrto, J. tags I. \nnie Hendrik. Bdwajf Tuft and Geo. Pendwrgast. soar heirs and legal representatives: You aid seek at you are he re (tv notified that the wderuigaed as oa ewner therein, has expended the sum of one baadeed doUere for each at the yearn. 1913. 1914. 101B. 1910. 1929. 1921. and one and one-half dollars for each of the years 1917, 1918 and 1919 in labor and improve ments on and for the benefit of the SEATTLE ASSOCIATION, plater mining elbiin situated on the bOuk luk River uhout t&ree-qoorter* at a mile above the town of Council, In the Council Ctty Reeoafilng District. Alaska, (notice of location who roof is recorded fn Volume 2d, at Loca tions. at pane 17, of the records of said district) in tbe performance of the annual labor required by Section 2324 Revised fits to tea of the United States, and supplemental legislation in order to held said claim. And yen aw severally required to contribute year proportion of euefe expenditure, according to your sev eral Interests In saM claim to the un dersigned soowner with you thereim within ninety days after the wrvhe of this notice on yes by the publi cation thereof, or your interest Is mid claim will become forfeited and vest in the undersigned as provided bv the said statute. W. K. TAYLOR. Co-ownen. Publish—Peb. 18.25, March 4,11.19. 25,April 1.8,15,32,29. May 6.13,1928 NOTICE OF FOKrKITl'KIi To James Brannen and Jame« P. Eliasen (or James Ellison), your heirs and legal representatives: You and each of you are hereby no tilled that the undersigned has ex pended the sum of one hundred dol lars, each year, during the yearn 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916 and 1920, in labor and improvements on anil for the benefit of the BIG THRER GRUPE PLACER MINING CLAIM in the Cape Nome Mining and Re cording District, Alaska, (notice of location of which is recorded in Book 190 at page 263, of the records of the said District) in the perform ance of the annual labor required by Section 2324, Revised Statutes of the United States, and supple mental legislation, in order to hold said claim. And you are hereby required to contribute your proportion of such expenditure as your interest may ap pear as eoowner in said claim to the undersigned, within ninety days af ter the service op yotyof this notice by publication, or your interest In said claim will become forfeited and vest in the undersigned as coowner i therein, as provided by said statute. CHARLIE JANNSHN, Co-owner. i Publish—March 18,26, April 1.8,16, ; 22,29. May 6,13,20,27 and June | 3, 10, 1922.