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•Valdez and Fairbanks Men to Be Elected Delegates From Third. By Cable to The Prospector] Juneau, Nov. 13 — The ‘delegate: from Valdez, Seward, Seldovia arc Cordova met last night to cmnisidci the names of Frank K. Youngs, O. l\ 1 Hubbard and F. L. Ballaino as del - gates to the republican nation il con vention. Ballaine later withdrew at j a candidate and it now seems' pn b able that Youngs and \\ ickcrsharr will bo named from the i bird district. All delegates are now here, road} for the convention which c« rvenot to-morrow at- two o'clock. The citi zens will give a dance to-night i:. I honor of the delegates and a par.} < f young ladies from Honolulu who are visiting here. Chicago Gets Cold Chicago, Nov. 14—Chicago received $1,0(0,000 in gold Oda-. In con e quence the clearing house has (it ferred the issuance of c^rL-iiieaies, a d it will i rob ably be unnecessary ; issue them. Foul Cr ime Laid at Door of N egro and Lynching Bee Is Threatened. By Up Mi* to 'l l r 1 rosportor] Vancouver, >-o\\ 14—The bodv of % Clementine Kahn, the seven-year old daughU i* of ( ap‘ain Xahu, was ft and in a gn up < !' bi-kt s to-day, the skull nnrbiol ukI Cm ab lemon eat with a knife. - ho b dy gave evidence of i having b -on on ra v 1, and a negro who has *:. pp rod is charged with the shocking- i -ime. .ho little girl war miss «! !i*t m b» m < n Saturday kis!, and a vig. r ;:s rv art h was made for h r \ b n feaiil\ . 'arc hers came upon the maim* vi b im partially cov ered \vi h bin ’t. ho citizens threat en lo lyr *h tb • human monster when found. Will Fight to Tcath Norfolk, Ya., Nov. M—The conven tion i f the' 1*V deration of L .her passed a res k :i n i > raise funds with which t > fi&hi t the death the National Ah* soei ti n o Manufacturers. It is laimed [ a* hitt r is antagonistic to labor. Man Who Assaulted Captain O’Brien and Jailer Austin Loses His Reason. Hy <’nl»lc to Tlio Prospector] McNeills Island, Nov. 1!—Joe Car boni, a prisoner at the penitentiary , is violently insane. He refuses food and has been eating the blankets of his bed. He will bo transferred to the Ntitii nal asylum fertile insane f« r treatment, Carboni is serving a ten year sentence for assaulting with a dangerous weapon Captain O’Brien of the slean hip Oregon at Valdez and Jailer An din of the Valdez jail. llarriniaii Refuses To Answer New York, Nov. 1!—IFarriman stands c>n his constitutienal rights in refusing to answer questions at hear ing o» the Interstate Commerce Ccm mission, claiming that the ai swe s might incriminate him. Bt Michael Included Washington, I). (\, Nov. It— 'irier Engineer McKenzie of the Ik rd « j army fortifications, includes an aj> propriation of $150,000 t'« r the con struction of a canal at St. Michael. John Rosene Succeeded by W. A. Rust, President Taco ma Sme’ter Co. By ( able h> Ti »> Pros; cc(.>i ] New York, Nov. 1:—At a meeting of stockholders of the Northwestern Steamship Company and allied inter ests, held yesterday, John Roscne was deposed as president, and W. R. Rust, was elected in his stead. Rust is president of the Tactma Smelter ( ompany, a Guggenheim eonoerr.. ilu- refusal of Roscne to co-< ite rate with the executive committee of tl e company caused a friction v. hh the Gupgenheim interests. J hr Rose: e, W. T. I'er i? p, Geo. T. Williams and others org i i e the Noit-h western Strain shin Company in 1000 in Seattle. They chart rod r s' earner—the old Centennial- ai d pnt her on the Nome run, m ildi.g five round tripe during Mi at \ e rr, *,] «f them highly piv fdablm JP sene \\i s the first president of the com cm and ret aired 1 b"t prsh b n until the pres er.l lime. IN* was roe*:g*ni;.ed ns the ! • ling ' ■ r i the ( nterprise, v hich h::s i row;. . m pr;n Heady nothing to an immense e< rp>.ration, ( wring and rp» rating steamship lii.< s to Nome and Southern Alaska. PROMPT AT PENT ION and QUALITY ara t is wofds cn whhh vn paly --OWL DRUG CO. " No need ot it, lor we have a splendid line of Btankota Mt nniiifiip'^hlao to chocse from. ICUlflSj l*) 0113111UI One Blanket in particular we call special attention to: a full it 'a ' / i 7 Grey, all wool double blanket (worth more money) at $6.50; others up to $15.00. Comfortables from $2.00 to $6.00. Sheets and Pillow Cases. Sheet Blankets, Pillows, Bed Spreads.