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Daily prospector bulletin. (Valdez, Alaska) 1905-1911, November 14, 1907, Image 5

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Snow in Minneapolis
Minneapolis, Nov. 1C—Four inches
uf snow f?H hare this ni rr ing.
Barcelona, Nov. 12—An earthquake
caused a landslide frcm a mountain
n,ar Valccmbro, threatening the
t >wn with destruction. The inhabi
tant arc d.' -ing the town.
Juneau, Nov. U>—AH kind ot fences
ae being construc ted for the organi
zation of the republican territorial
convention to assemble here t< mor
r ,w. Judge Wickerah an of Fair
banks, O. P. Hubbard and Fra ;k E.
Voungs of Valdez and Fv; illk L. Bal
laine, of Sewaid, arc being mentioned
aa delegates t > the republican na
tional convention from the Third
judicial division. Judge Shackleford
of Juneau ia a candidate f« r the na
tional convention from the First *ii
trict, and is also being urged for
national committeeman. Fermi s and
Rvan will be chosen from the Second
district. Sol. Ripirsky of Haines will
probably he temp rnry chairman, ami
a man from either Skagway or Ke‘< 1 -
ikan will be permanent chairman.
It is now conceded that the dele
gates from Skagway and K< t hikan
will split over the question t-f lu me
■ ovemment. The resolmi n direct* d
at Gov. Hoggatt will depeml upon a
caucus of the delegates from the
Second and Third ciivisi, r.s. dm i«»
arrive on the Humboldt i night. It
is acknowledged that b> in the
balance of power and can ovgmize
the convention as they derive. It is
also conceded that the ten it-a ialisls
will have over one hundred < m «>f a
total of one hundre 1 and fi t..- dero
gates. , .
The western delegates arrived neiv
, n the steamer Portland est* rda\.
Leroy T«-zi**i'. the well Known alba
m-y of Fairbanks, and who indulges in
tlie mining game as a sure i-'iie. re
cently passed through Valdez on Ids
way to the republican convention.
While here, he took an option on cop
per property on Fidalgo bay. the scene
of some very encouraging strikes dur
ing the past sumu.ei .
Tozi >r Lad scarcely time to Lave the
little bunch of whiskers which had
accumulated on his chin removed and
to don his glad raimen*. before h s
float sailed, but during his tew hours'
s*Hy here he became infected with
copperitus, a form of malady nat;v - to
this place, and simply Lad to tak’1 a
little chance on a c «| I"*1 piospect.
He became interested in the 1 little
property, which is considered a veiw
favorable surface showing.
New goods on every boat at <h.|den
Rule
Notice
Now is the time for you to buy your
Millinery and Ladies’ Furnishing?, as
Mi?? OMand of the Elite Millinery
'tore, is closing out her entile stock at
Cost
t cattle, Nov. 13—The bark Scrv a
liny i total wreck on Kodiak island,
c* is • n the shore by a tremendous
s or:n. Three sailors were washed
overboard and dr wned. The vessel
bad a earg > of canned salmon from
one < f tlu* near by canneries, and
much of this will be lost.
i'lii? l>oat brought ii? a beautiful
l’lie of lingerie Waist?. Fall a!i>l in
»pect them at thetiolden Rule.
II i\ e you neon t ho»e pretty IVi .-iau
.-ilk head .»earfs at the (tohlen Rule
%Eptone—For d it diuff.
Don't miss the Moving l*i -tores
at 1 lie M ontana tonight.
Alaska
|
ome
Restaurant
Best
Place in City
to Board
i
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[ Alaska Bottling Company
i Incorporated
HENRY W. MAILLARD, General Manager
Valdez, Alaska _
HIGH-GRADE SODAS AND MINERAL WATERS
n. ei It is especially in tended for a cold weather
Try our hinpftP Ale beverage and Will brace and warm you up
better than anything Orders for the Interior prompt and
^ quality lower in price than any „l,,a,nal,le lr„m tin ..ntsi.lu J
L ARCHIBALD ji (OLD STORAdf
At tlie iti»|>rMrtcti “> Kt'.vsioiie ■■ M
HAY and GRAIN
FOR SALE
IMiuN h lo
9\—imz •uL tia* " a11
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Bowling Tilleys, Billiards and Fcol
Cigars and Ccbacco
Phonographs, B-cords and Supplies
The Horseshoe
horse;
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Valdez
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Cafe in uirnutton
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PK1NCK WILLIAM "<>l Nl>
MINKIIS’ I'NION N.*.
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NOTICE
.ts i must have the room for my
la rue fall lin-» of C’lothinu. Furnishinu
doods, Hoots ami Shoes. I i 1 -ell my
stork of < Wore. ies at aim ue red net ion.
W ill sell (iohlelt date i'• th'v this week
at .‘to rents per pound.
J. E. Wolf
wELLiiiflir
COAL
FOESALL
Hv(’. K. Hr.NNKM., Ouit tt Co’s ofliet*
Phono ”J<>
Seattle, Nov. 13—The heavi >t fog
known here in years occurred last
night and this mi ruing.
Seattle, Nov. hi—Stc unship Indian
apolis run down the launch of tie
revenue cutter Exploit r last night in
a dense fog in Sea tie harbt r. 15. ats
were lowered and s \ of the eight oc
eupants of the- laii'hv.ile rescued,
lint the* engineer, lieu ry, and the
cook of the cutt r v < n- drov i ed.
Washington, 1*. .. Nov. 12—'.he
trial of Sirs. Bradley, charg*. d with
killing Judge IJu wn in Fa t Lake
City last spring, will l> gin Wodnes
dav. I'h* w< ni l:i <• >n* inn ally w,**j s
and kisses the picture < f Bn wn
which she hat in h< r cell. . b© presi
dent will prevent the nausdating de
tails of the case from being made j
public, as they were in the* i haw
trial.
Seattle, Nov. hi—Thomas Noyes
and Fred Myers, prominent mining
men of Candle creek, in the N< me
district, will loav here in pee- in her
for Nome. They will g<> <»vi r the
Valdez trail.
New York, Nov. 13—The o j>pc*r
1 market is slow at thirteen and a half.
i
tavern Lunch
i\oont and Buffet
Dinners and
Parties a Specialty
CURLEY & C3AINE. Props.
II It I .KM H H. W. I’.XMKR
VA'BEZ TRANSFER GO.
General T rucking and
Freighting to all Parts of
the Interior ^ j*>
Olllce McKinley
Near Broadway I’hone <’»0
U WATKKMA.V ' \v. HARRINflTOV
Waterman 8c Harrington
YALDKZ. ALASKA
Mining Engineers
ASSAY OFFICE
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Copper.... . 1
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Colil mid Copper . .. To*
Copier. Xiit
I ■ I ' vr. i ‘op: or r od l.e i I 4 '■»
Cold ii: d Silver I inplrc »
II .ill . 4 'I*
xilpitor. .v t>-ndiiuni. Tin, I’lnif mini,
Ouli kClv r. / i. . N u kid. ColiMll,
Ciiroiniiiin, >n* rt.ii*
■ tml iiii-1 .id : :,4 - i! (tlinr 10 >m
Mill u-t* 115 to IS*
Ore miMlvuiii... .. flOundup
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Mutual Commercial Co.
Freighting Wrecking
Marine Contracting
I). E. MOitRIS, Manager
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