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VQL 8 VALDEZ, ALASKA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1813. NO. 283.
II CENTURY Ann WILSON Many Leaders of Old Republican Machine Said to Be Favor ing Roosevelt. New York, Sept. 22—The Cen tury Magazine, just issued, con tains an article denouncing the oni political parties,; and des cribes President Wilson’s new freedom an iograndiloquent and rhetoric. The tariff measure, jusl passed, the article states, is merely a “red herring.” Philadelphia, Sept. 22—Sena tor Penrose, former Senator Crane, William Barnes, Jr., and other Republican leaders favor Roosevelt for the .Republican nomination in laid. The lead ers of the oK" Republican ma chine have been won over by the article which appears in the Cen tury Magazine denouncing Taft, the democratic administration, President Wilson and Senator La Toilette. The announcement of Barnes, who defeated Roosevelt in the state of New York, that the colonel was the logical candidate of the party is taken to indicate that the leaders of the republican machine realize that there is no hope of perpetuating itself, and are prepared In make peace with the progressives. The announce ment that the Century contained I he article has caused increased orders from newsdealers in every j state and has been the subject of j editorials in all the city dailies. GENERAL MILES 1 TO BE CANDIDATE | War Hero Has ficcc^ted domina tion of Republicans to Suc ceed Wilder. Hlchbiirg. Mass.. Kept. Cciieral .Nelson \. .Miles, lias bi.cn ollereii and lias accepted Iti«. Republican iioniinaI ion for congressman fit I be Ihird dis t riel. Til,. election of the general is almost a cerlainty as file dis I riel, has always been republican. The election is lo lili I lie vacan cy caused by I he deal It of Con gressman W ilder, republican,who was elecled by l-.bilj voles. The Democrats polled 9,71- and the Progressive Republicans .7,-87. Many of the Progressives are op posed to placing « candidate in the Held to oppose I lie general. V' «d Daughter of President Wilson Suffering From Attack f of Appendicitis. Washington, I). C., Sept. 22.— .Miss Mary Wilson, second daugh ter of President Wilson, is very seriously ill and I lie family phy sician and other doctors are in constant attendance at her bed side. She was operated upon yesterday for appendicitis, the operation proving unsuccessful. Fine watch and Jewelry lepnir ing, all work guaranteed. II. V. Herndon, with Owl Drug Co. f t Strikers Fail to Obey Orders of Police to Disperse and Fight Follows. Dublin, Sept. 22.—Another strike riot took place here yes terday in which more than ten thousand strikers participated. The mob refused to _ disperse when ordered to do so by the po lice and were charged by ta squadron of two hundred police men. The strikers stood their ground and a pitched battle followed in the streets which resulted in forty-two of the strikers being sent to the hospitals with brok en heads. The police did not escape and seven of them arc also in the hospital suffering from wounds. The mol) had arm ed themselves with every con ceivable kind of missle. The au llioi'ities have posted notices I hat in future the olticors will be in structed to shoot to kill when dispersing mobs. Joe Olson returned from a duck hunt with 2i ducks yester day. JAP JINGOES VERY ACTIVE Publication of Memoirs of Dead Statesmen Stopped By the Police. Tokio, Sepl. -'-.--Tlie puhliea limi n|' Lin* memoirs ol Huron ilawashi, which is hein;: publish 'd in many of lln1 leading news papers. lias inllamed I lie jingoes and Hie police have ordered Ihe papers io suspend Ihe publica tions. The memoirs of Ihe liar on deal willi lln; diplomatic re 1*1 ions of Japan willi .other •nuntries and do not reflect cred il upon Ihe Japanese diplomats. PAYS penalty Assassin's gullet Ends Life of Man Who Murdered the I President. i • Mieholan, Mexico, Sept. 22.— Lieut. Cardenas, who was alleg ed to have been the man who shot and killed President Made- , yo, was assassinated here last , night. Cardenas was in charge of the detachment under whose care Madero was placed after his arrest and nas been credited with having killed the president in cold blood, while acting under the orders of President Huerta. The assassin disappeared. boatIapsiS ONEBROWNED Seattle. Wash., Sept. 22.— A rowboat cansized oh Lake Washington last night and before assistance /could reach the occupants of the boat was drown ed. « HADLEY MINE LITIGATION ENDS 1 The British Columbia Company Will Develop Property Near Ketchikan. _ ! A dd|al has just been closed wh<y*eby the Granby Consolidat ed Mining, Smelting & Power company, Ltd., have taken over the Hadley properties which hajve been lied up in the bankruptcy courts for several years past. The company will begin the de velopment of these properties in the spring and get them in shape to ship ore to the 2,000 ton smej tor at Granby Inlet, B. C. The smeller, 120 miles from Ketchi kan. will be blown in early in the coming year. In addition to I heir property on Goose Bay, and these secured al lladley, the company hold a large limestone quarry j>n itlie British side of Portland canal from which the intention is to ship about two hundred tons of rock per day for fluxing purpos es. Since its organization in I til I this company has been very successful in (he (reduction of low grade ores. EIGHTY THOUSAND VIEW THE BODY British Flag Draped With Ameri can at Request of Dead May or’s Family. .New York, Sepl. — Ivigli!; 111<• 11-o>i• I person's viewed I lie bo dy of .Mayor (layiior while il was lying in slate in I he eily hall Sunday. The jnd'iin was draped willi the American and British Hags. II is lint customary lo witness foreign Hags being used to drape the dead of any hut foreign of ficials hul the exception was made at the requests of the members of the mayor’s family in appreciation of the sympathy shown them by British govern ment while I he body was lying in slate at Liverpool. I )ainly comedies al I lie Orpli oum lonighl. Change tomorrow. OFFICIAL FIGURES OF SAGE FORTUNE Result of Lawsuit Shows Wall Street Miser Left Fortune of $64,000,000. New York, Sept. 22.—For the first time since the death of Rus sel Sage official tigui-es have been published giving the extent of the fortune h(ft J>y the Wall Street miser. As the result of a lawsuit, which has just been set tled, the llgures show that his fortune at the time1 of his death amounted to $04,000,0(10. The entire fortune was left to Mrs. Sage. It consisted of the best stocks and bonds and show ed the precaution which tjm mis er had used to protect hrs in vestments all of which were gilt-edged and'negotiable at any time. Fresli eastern oysters at the Valdez Cafe. tf I POLICE GUARDING DOWAGER QEN Appearance of Daughter of Mili tant 8uffragette in 8weden Re garded With Suspicion. Copenhagen, Sept. 2L’.--The police are shadowing Sylvia Pankhurst, daughter of the En glish militant suffragette, as they fear she has designs against the life of the Dowager Queen Alexandra. Thel police profess to have re ceived information that the m-ili lants.are preparing to startle the world and have taken every precaution to guard the life of the queen mother while she is in this country. The appearance of the English suffragette here, where the Dowager Alexandra is paying a visit, is believed to be part of a scheme to make her a sacrifice to convince the British cabinet that they will stop at no thing to gain their ends. Miss Pankhurst has often been quot ed as saying that the women of England would have to resort to the taking of life as well as the destruction of properly before the British government could be for ced to recognize their rights. -| ENRAGED NEGRO ! FIRES INTO CROWD Police Rush Him to Jail to Keep Mob of Whites From Lynch ing Him. Detl'oil, Sepi. Colored' 1111111 w ho was ejeelej from a street ear for l<• r« jnu hir aUen I ions upon 'some while women drew a re\ol\er and opened liie on tile crowd. The ear wa crowded and three of the 1 >u 1 i• T look eifeet. One of I lie woumleii will die Imt the o| tiers will re-j cover. ; The negro attempted in escape ! hut was captured by the police | who rushed him to hcadipiurtcrs I in an auto to keep him from be- ! ing lynched. A moh gathered in i from of I lie jail and demanded.! file surrender of Ihc prisoner but; were persuaded by the police to j disperse. _____ — . - _ __ 1 I ' ! • HUNDRED FEET I Have Narrow Escape When Ma chine Turns Turtle During e Exhibition Flight. Ktairipes, France, Sept. 22.— Farman, and wife, the daring aeronauts, suffered a mishap while giving an exhibition here ycfeterda.v which might have proved fatal for both. Their ma chine went out of commission while at an altitude of one hun dred feet but by clever manipu lation was ikept from turning turtle until near the ground. Farman was only slightly in jured and bis wife is in the hos pital suffering from a fractured arm. The machine was badly wrecked lint wri 11 lie repaired. For Sale. One (wo H. P. and one 10 If. P. electric motor in good condition. Brosius & Noon, Seward. -0 21 MEETING TONIGHT AT MOOSE HALL Citizens Realize Quick Action is Necessary to Prepare For Best Results. A meeting will be held in Moose Hall tonight to consider ways and means of investigating the j new diggings near the head of the Tasnuna river and the best route to reach them. The' meet ing will be held at 9 o’clock in order that those who attend the council meeting or go to the show may be present. The matter is one in which every citizen of Valdez should be interested and as many as possible should at tend. Those who have called I tie meeting want every- man who lias been in that district to come out and give what information he possesses. Several men in town have received news concerning the new camp from friends and will make it known. The strike is only 70 miles from Valdez and ciuliek 'and intelligent action is necessary iif Valdez is to get in on the ground floor in going af ter the business of the new camp. WEDDING BELLS NOT FOR THEM Papa Peary Says That His Daugh ter is Not Engaged to <3e Married. i'uWland. Maine, Sept. < lniiiiiianiier Peary lias denied I lie !••• | ii i r| Ilia! his daughter i> in ina i-1;\ l.iiiiialcl .McMillan, who Wit- a meinher of liw parly when lie leached tile IHiclll pole. lie says I here is no engagement he hvcen I lie young people ami I he announcement of iheir coining marriage was made wilhunl tin conscnl i ■ I' a ny of I lie pa rl ies eoiieerned. HEAVY BOND WAS FORFEITED Seldovia Merchant Fails to Ap pear In Violation of Game Law Case. _ . \ Seward, Sept. - -.—Th*‘ term of federal court opened here this morticing at 1(1 o’clock, Judge Brown presiding. The first case called wavs that of J. A. Herbert!), charged with violation of the game laws, llerberth failed to answer his name and his bond of #900 was ordered forfeited hv the court. He is engaged in th» general merchandise business iu Seldovia and will he arrested if he is in Hie country. destroyeFsends TUG TO BOTTOM I ;- : . Bi'idegporl. Sept. —A torpe do boat destroyer collided will) . « lug in the harbor last night resulting in the lug being sent lo (lie bottom. Three of the rrew of Hie lug were drowned. i LAND DRAWINGS BEGIN TUESDAY Forty Thousand Persons Have Registered Hoping to Draw Home in Montana. Glasgow, Mont., Sept. 22.--The drawings for the Fort Peck lands will take place1 here next Tuesday. The city of tents has outgrown all expectations and provisions of the government to care for the land-seekers have proved inadequate. Forty thous and have registered and as each person must be present to answer to their name when called the colotyy is being increased with the arrival of every train. People from every slate in the union are among the number who hope to draw one of the home steads. It is estimated that the owner of the first name to be drawn will have on opportunity to sell his rights for >115,OOP. The Fort Peek is the last great .reservation to bat thrown ope'n by (he government. There arc others which may be allotted at some time in the future but they will be much smaller. Each person who registered has been given a ticket and will have to present il in person to qualify, but in case the owner does not appear he will not be barred from receiving omi of the allotments, he simply falls to the bottom of the list. New fall coals ami pattern lints pisl rcreixi-«1 on the Northwest ern al Harvey's Toggery. NARROW ESCAPE Left Hanging One Hundred Feet Above Ground When Scaffold Gives Away. 11 a 111111 • 11 < I. Iml.. Sepl. .''J.--While two men were working on a .scaf fold one hundred fed in 111■ • air 1he framework col|»psetl and fell Hi the ground. One of the men was falnlh injured Iml I li<* oth er had a miraculous escape, al though he hung in space for sev eral hours lie lore. Iieillg rescued. W hen Ihe sealfold eollapsdl he was llmiwii against Ihe wall and his coal eaughl on a spike which projected. The wildest excite ment prevailed as many futile elforls were made to release the. man from his uneoml'orlahle po sition. lie was finally rescued by firemen who succeeded in get ting a rope around him and haul ing him to the roof. SECRETARY LANE IS MUG Will Rest Another Week At Cali fornia Health Resort Before Resuming Work. Berkeley, Cal.. Sept, -’d—Sec retary Franklin K. Cane', of the Department of the Interior, who suffered a collapse from overwork is improving in nrallli. lie left for Monterey yesterday where he will spend a week resting before again taking up the duties of his cllic e. The Prospector for job work.