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NEWS OF THE WORLD TOR PAST WEEK
SEES VICTORY i IN NEW YORK If van Says Result Was Winning; for Democrats and Augurs \A ell for IPOS. By Cable to Tbt* Daily Gateway. Lincoln. Nek. Nov. 10 William j Jennings Bryan sa\s the result of the New York state election is a victory j for the democrats and tha’ Hughes •lection is without glory to himself or' kis jvirtv because In* warn thiough the j knifing'of bis opp- nent hy democrat*, j The election of the remainder of the' democratic ticket, says Bryan, indi «;ites the growing strength >t the party. Mr. Brvai says i‘resident Koosrvvit I kas no cause to re i>ic« over the New York result, and in predicts victory . for the democracy in the national^ heh' iii l"'1" Sound Shingle Mills Close S, at: . . Nov ’.2 \ shing'e mil > i • 1 *ug* i sound were forc'd t»» "hm down Stuuroay evening* on account of ih. car shortage, li .«• impossible to; • ei cars to t.'i ev. ii a small fraction <>! the orders the -mils have ready. The J Hill |in*s ;it«* held responsible anti - • ■ 1 system. Clark and Schwab Hobnob Los Angeles. Nov 12 Senator flark of Montana and Charles M. Schwab, the ex-steel magnate, met in j fhe Nevada dese’t Saturday and rode ♦ogether to Los \ugeles over thej Clark railroad. Both are largely in terested in Nevada mines and they dis missed business relations. Try to Swindle Banks New Orleans, Nov. 12 Three swind lers attempted to swindle banks here1 •n a large scale and several prominent men are believed to be implicated in the game. Kred Deibel Jr., an attor ney, is charged with forging a check on the New York Exchange National Bank for *47,000. THROWS SCARE INTO RIG ONES m% Cable to Tbe Dally Gateway. Paris, Nov. 12 C'ount (.’astellane’s .counsel demand the right to examine persons who submit testimony favor able to the countess in her divorce auit. concerning their own relations to both count and countess. Many prominent families are aghast at the possible results and are insisting that the Castellan** muddle be closed up as quietly and quickly as possible. Indications now point to the proba bility that a settlement will be made upon the basis of payment of the oount’s debts by the countess and her family • the tloulds of New York) and an agreement of separation that will not reflect upon the count. Jeffries ■'lakes Remarks Los Angel* >, Nov. 12 Jim Jeffries j calls the graduates of the California amateur boxing association a hunch of dubs. When asked whether lie in tends to re-enter the ring he said he I could >ee uo opponent which would make it worth while. Haakon and Maud Visit Eingland j London. Nov. 13 King Haakon of Norway, Queen Maud and the baby crown prince, daf. arrived in London jesterda> evening. They received many salutes and a series of festiviti* s ha- been arranged in their honor. Tney are making a state visit to King Edward and Queen Alexandra, whose third daughter Queen Maud is. .Saratoga and Portland Sail Seattle. Nov. 12 Steamer Saratoga sailed Saturday evening and the Port land Sunday evening for Seward. Criticises Railroad Commissions Seattle. Nov. 12 \V. H. McDoel. president of the “Monon” route, says the interstate commerce commission never did enforce the law- for the regulation of railroad traffic, and it they laid done so would have done away as a general thing with rebates. He asserts also that state railroad commissions are usually made up of politicians with axes to grind. Letter Breathes Slaughter Seattle, Nov. 13 An anonymous let ter wa> received today by Prosecuting , Attorney Mackintosh threatening j death to him and all his assistants, and to William Constantine, wife and daughter, if Constantine is not prose cuted for shooting his son-in-law. Jesse M. Hall. 1 UNION PRINTERS CUT DOWN DUES Success of Long Light-Hour Light Enables Them to Reduce Assessments. By Cable to The Dally Gateway. Chicago. Nov. 12 Typographical unions throughout the l nitcd States voted to reduce the per capita tax. or regular assessment upon members for the general fund of the association, from .7 per cent to .•> per cent of tv member’s earnings. This is the result of t he successful light for an eight hour day ami a general increase in printers’ wages. The trainmen’s union has finally achieved success in its demand for in* created pay. the compensation of train men having gone up 4 cents an hour. The advance benefits 45,000 men and the extra pay will cost the railroads; $0,000,000 a year. TWO KILLED BY ENGINE WRECK By Cable to The Dally Gateway. San .le-o, Nov, 12 I wo men were | killed ami one fatally injured, while many passengers were badly cut as the result of the explosion of the boiler of; tile engine of the Southern Pacific Sunset express train, east bound from San Francisco to New Orleans at Sar gent station last night. Several tramps were riding under the cars and it i> believed that they were killed, as the explosion tore up the track under almost the entire train. The station was blown to pieces as well a> the track for a considerable distance and the cars were badly shat tered. The dead are Engineer Gil lespie, and Signal Construction Fore man Goodfeller, who was riding on the engine. The fireman will probably die. __ Harriman Gobbles the B. & 0. New York, Nov. 12—K. H. Harriman obtained control of the Baltimore Ohio railroad by stock purchases today. Causes Arrest of Harry Struve Seattle. Nov. 13 — Charging that 1’apt. Harry Struve assaulted him on the last trip down from Nome of the steamer Indiana. Purser G. S. Kop pitz of the vessel, today caused Struve's arrest. The case is to be i tried before U. S. Commissioner Bow- j man. Struve says Koppitz was drunk and insulted him. City of Seattle on Hospital List Seattle, Nov. 13 Steamer City of Seattle has been taken off the Lynn ranul run and laid up at Lagle Harbor for repairs on account of the damage die suffered when she ground near Victoria last month. Refuse Segalos Medal Seattle, Nov. 13- The Carnegie hero; fund commission refused to honor .1 ohu Segalos. the Greek hero of the Valen cia wreck who made live attempts to swim ashore with a life line through the tremendous breakers, because he ; afterward exhibited himself in 10-cent j theaters iu this city and others on the i coast. Ten medals were struck for Sega 1 os | here and presented by different organ izations in recognition of In', courage, ; and the action of the Carnegie com-, mission causes much surprise and ad verse comment. REPORT THAT CATLIN IS DESTROYED BY STORM Portland, Ore., Nov*. 1** It is re-j jHirted here today that the town of1 Catlin, opposite Kelso on the Cowlitz river, w a- completely washed away last night bv a Hood resulting from a heavy rainstorm. Spokane to Fight Railroads Spokane. Nov. 13 Citizens have raised $1;».000 to make a tight before the interstate commerce commission to abolish the alleged discrimination in railroad rates against this city. Proposes Auto Stages in Alaska Seattle. Nov. 13—T. B. Straven, who operates an automobile stage line in Nevada, i> in Seattle. Be is figuring on an auto stage line in Alaska over the Valdez-Fairbanks trail and is en thusiastic over the possibilities. He says if the trail can be kept fairly smooth an auto can be made to run ( over it successfully. He will go to Portland in a day or two to arrange for the construction of an auto which he believes will meet requirements for the purpose. PRESIDENT NOW ON CANAE ZONE -. .. Starts Immediately After Arrival | In Panama on Tour of Inspection. By Cable to Tbe Daily Gateway. Colon, Nov. lf> Till* Inst trip of a ' president of tin* United States outside j the waters immediately adjacent, to! the boundaries of the country practi cally terminated yesterday afternoon . when tin* battleship Louisiana convey ing the party of President Roosevelt, i 'convoyed by the cruisers Tennessee! and Washington, dropped anchor in j the harbor of Colon ahead of schedule time. Because of the early arrival of I the party neither President Amador of Panama nor President Shouts of the ' American canal commission was on the wharf to welcome the president of ■ the ITnited Status. They arrived soon afterward. President Roosevelt said that his j party Inula pleasant voyage all the way. He started on a tour of inspec tion of the canal work this morning. Ho announced that he will make a >pccial study of tie* labor question, 'flu* problem of Jamaican labor, which hus been troublesome from the start, interests him great ly. Starts Across Isthmus Colon, Nov. Iti President Roosevelt, accompanied by President Amador of Panama and a party of canal and Panama officials, are now in the inter ior, inspecting .the progress of canal work. They stopped yesterday at Gatlin, Bohio and other places along the route where work is in active operation. The presidential party will go through to Panama, on the Pacific side of the isthmus, and will he gone several days. The exact date of their return is uncertain but the president intends to sail from Colon in time to reach Washington before Thanksgiv ing Day. STANDARD OIL TRIED TO BRIDE By Cable to Tbe Dally Gateway. Findlay, O., Nov. 14—The grand jury is taking testimony upon the charge that attempts were made to bribe the petit jury in the recent trial of the Standard Oil Company in the prosecution of that corporation for alleged violations of the Valentine anti-trust law. The utmost secrecy prevails and it is claimed by the prosecution that the charges will be investigated thor oughly. All the jurors and several other witnesses have been called to testify. A verdict of guilty was returned in the case after long deliberation, and the company was fined $*’>000 by Judge Banker. _ __ (irand Reception for Peary New York, Nov. 13 -Scientific and patriotic organizations are preparing to give a grand reception to Lieut. [Vary on his return from his explora tion voyage to the Arctic in which he approached nearer the pole than any of his predecessors. Chicago Nabobs Visit Seattle Seattle, Nov. 14 Mrs. Potter Pal mer, Mrs. lionore Palmer, Princess C’antacuzene. granddaughter of Gen. Grant, and Potter Palmer Jr. are in Seattle, after a tour through Canada i to the Pacific coast. They will return to Chicago from here. Jeanie Reaches Seattle Seattle, Nov. 14 Steamer Jeanie i arrived today from Seward and way ports on the inside passage. Bad Negro Kills Several Asheville. M. Nov. 14 Will Har ris, a negro desperado long wanted for ! several crimes, walked into town today , and as he came down a street he fired at two houses. A little later he met j two negros and without any provoca : tion shot both, killing one and wound ing the other. (.’apt. Page of the city police force and Patrolmen Blackstock and Bailey went after Harris and a tight ensued in which both patrolmen were killed and (’apt. Page wounded. The negro escaped into the country i and a posse is in pursuit of him. To Lay Cable to Ketchikan Seattle, Nov. 10—The cableship | Burnside sailed last night for Alaska ! to lay the cable extension to Ketchi | # kan and other points on the inside passage. Dawsonites have nicknamed the Guggenheiras, the “Gobbleheims.” Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaft'ncr iff Marx IMPORTANT These cuts represent the H. , S.& Mm Steinblock, and Ad ler & Son’s CLOTHES EOR MEN They are made from actual photographs and represent the goods just as they will look on ycu. They are as good as the best and better than the rest. We would consider it a favor if you would call around and try one on. They are distinctly not of the hand-me-down § variety. i THE CLOTHIER DR. C. T. DAGGETT DENTIST Rooms 2. 3 and 4 A. B. DRUG BUILDING SEW ABD - - ALASKA DR. C. L. HALE DENTIST Over Brown .V Hawkins' store SEWABD - * - ALASKA CECIL H. CLEGG A TTO R N E V - A T - L A VV Fourth Avenue, - Seward. Aka. j L. V. RAY ATTORN KYAT LAW Shawhan Bid, Washington St. FRANK H.LASCY U. S. MINERAL and LAND Surveyor for the District of Alaska, and NOTARY PUBLIC Addres1 Soldovia, Cook Inlet, Alaska, or care Mail Asrent, Steamer Dora SAMUEL M. GRAFF ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Next to Bank of Seward SEWARD. - • ALASKA | C. S. HUBBELL Civil Knyineor U. S. Deputy Land and Mineral Surveyor Coleman House Seward ARCTIC BROTHERHOOD S1WAI1D CAMT NO. 21 Moots every Saturday oven ill'-' at 8:30 in Brotherhood rooms in Commerce building. G. Nokdykk .1. J. McManus, Arctic Recorder. Arctic Chief. Seward Water & Power Company JOHN. A. NELSON. Manager Office -Third and Washington streets t — Notice to Co-Owners. To K. B. Rogers, and to all |x-rsons having any interest in the placer claims hereinafter described, under said E. B. Rogers, and to all whom it may concern: You and each of you are hereby notified that the undersigned, Martha Smith, and G. D. Hitchcock, co-owners with K. It. Rogers in ten certain placer claims culled the Fred Smith Group, situated on Lynx creek all lying con tiguous to each other, in Kenai precinct. Alaska, have during the year 1904 expended the sum of one thousand dollars iu work and labor in the development and improvement of said placer claims: and also during the year 190T> expended t he sum of one thousand dollars in work and labor in the development and im provement of said placer claims. That of your proportion of said expenditure, towtt. the sum of one thousand dollars for said years 1SXU and 1905, there remains unpaid the sum of nine hundred dollars. And you and each of you arc hereby further notified that if within ninety days after this notice by publication, you fail to contribute the remainder of your proportion, towit. the sum of nine hundred dollars, being one-half of the whole amount so expended, less one hundred dollar paid b.v you. your in terest in above described ten claims will be come the property of the undersigned co-own ers, under section twenty-three hundred and twenty-four of the Revised Statutes of the United States. Dated Kenai precinct. Alaska. September 1st. 1906. MARTHA SMITH. G. D. HITCHCOCK. Co-owners as aforesaid. Address: Room.’>13 Mutual Life Building. Seattle. Washington. Date of tlrst publication September 1st. 1906. Date of last publication Decemebr 1st, 1906. !■■■ I ■■■ I. .■■ I — 1 ... W— .■ ■■■■ 11 ■—■■■■■ .. THE ALASKA TRANSFER” CHRISTIENSEN &. LAUBNER BROS.. Proprietors Pianos and Safes Moved Spccial attcntioi to city Trade , — . Give us your orders tor Coal & Wood General Forwarders phone ma,n s.*.*,*...... TINNING PLUMBING HARDWARE Guns, Ammunition, Mechanics’ Tools, Cutlery. Miner’s Conveying Hose and Tents STOVES AND RANGES GRANITE AND TINWARE jt ■■■■ Fourth Ave.. Seward. Alaska • ** ■ Prompt attention given mail orders The Washington Trust Co, Corner First Avenue and Madison street, Seattle, Wash. Invites Business by Mail or Express. Pays Interest on all Accounts PAID CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $525,000 Northwestern Steamship Company CARRYING U. S. MAIL AND EXPRESS Seattle - Seward Route - Outside Passage O» CARA A Sails from Seattle Nov. X: returning sails Otl. OAnAl UVjA from Seward Nov. is Str. NORTHWESTERN Str. PENNSYLVANIA Cfr “|UH)\" Sails from Seward nth of each month for Unalaska. Duteh Harbor. ^11. UUH/Y and way ports. Keturninir leaves Seward about 28th of each month. For transportation, berth reservations, freiirht rates etc. T? T C'T'TF I7C call on Airent. Seward. Alaska, -L“ *• ^ 1 J. F. TROWBRIDGE, Gen-l Mgr. E. G. McMICKEN, G. P. and T. Act. SEATTLE. WASH. GENERAL OFFICES] 702 FIRST AVE.. SEATTLE. ^ALASKA COAST CO. \\ Carrying 1. S. Mail—Alaska-Pacific Express VIA INSIDE PASSAGE To Seattle and Juneau Stmrs Portland and Bertha Sailings from Seward 8th and 23rd of each month. Sailings from Seattle 10th and 25th of each month. Sailing Dates Subject to Change Without Notice For Further Information Apply to ALASKA COAST CO. — BROWN & HAWKINS 94 Yesler, Seattle._Agents-Seward. “OLYMPIA’’ The beer of beers “It’s The Water.” OLYMPIA BREWING CO., C. S. ROBISON. Manager Seattle Office 106 Jackson St.