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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 January 1903

COUNTY BUSINESS ■ f (Continued froth First page) .1. \\\ Fritz, judge...... 4^l J. H. Home do , 4 .V D. 1. Guard, coroner's jury, Svanbcrg case 2 20 Tlios. Han set 1 j do ._ 2 *• A. Stoliktr, do : 2 20 Jus i" King, do ; *,-,...... 2 2r Oco. 8. Wright, coroner's fees, rime no*.. A 5.1.1 Lersiou,. janitor, -.. 10 ,v It. VV McGenry, furnished Win.Wills 300 1.. 11. Carter, office supplies ; ..... 1275 is and 1 Co , printing and office supplies. ia 70, l.clle. tiles and cabinets 55 c Advertising „ ............ 21900 I The following bill was allowed 011 tilt' institute fund: I-; }1; 111 Allen, expeir-'s of joint institute $ 15 00 The following bills were audited and allowed on,the load and bridge fund: W. 11. Mnvvdbky, chaiumaii on roads I 7 00 K. Miller, do, 500 .1. Hull, flagman 4 00 11. kircliolT, do 400 C. Clark, axeman 2 00 J W. I. Court, do , 4 00.. Geo. Vetter, liire of 'v«iu. 2 oQ'i K. 11. Mill< v, chainnvtn 5 en W. H. Mawdsley, d 0..-. 5 ooj G. 11. Williams, axeman „ 4 n.-j J....

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 January 1903

Cbe San luan Islander. VOL. XII. Do You Want Your Moneys Worth? : : : : : If so buy your Goodid of : : : : : CHURCHILL TERMS CASH IP. A. JENSEN ► (Successor to Martix A Ji-:xsi:n) t * ,^^^__^___, , _j-,_ + \ if General Merchandise & I : , | Higb€*t Trices Paid for Farm Produce and Lowest -* Trices Charged for all Kinds of Goods. ■♦ [iiissas- DRY GOODS STORE -6-J- 4 ilricrcxQ - Has just received I iK'icrcyQ ■■ ~ i,^/l I^^ a Fine New Line of Dry Goods and Shoes and the Shoes are Dry too and Will Keep Your Foot Dry. Try Them. . % Highest Market Prices Paid for Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Hides, Pelts and Produce of all kinds. RjjjgHßlK- MILL COMPANY ; 3 Is Prepared to Fill Orders for all kinds of Rough ami Dressed LUMBER I ... B^.i n- #-»" I FKUIT BOXES .rTui SHINGLES | \**# at LowosrMarkot Prices * west SOUm °Q "■ 1* WASHINGTON *A. GOULD. • *"* IV..- E««« GENEGo" San Juan County mm aug. wold"""" « • Bank § • <****«' AS3T. Cashier ~ Fre^Mei~^ vHATT A °R RKET Cash Paid for Hides and A...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 January 1903

The San Juan Islander O. H. Cl I.VKR. K«it»r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. SEWS OP THE DAY Br'rf Summary of liess Itn portant Though not the Less Interesting Happenings of the Week, Fiott All Parts of the World A. .1. McCandless has been elected mayor of Victoria, B. C Wells-Fargo and Pacific express com panies have formed a combine. Alaska is reported to have enjoyed, thai far, the warmest winter in her history. The senate committee on military affair* baa authorized a favorable re port on the general staff bill, which passed the boose a week ago. Tommy Kyan, the middleweight Champion, knocked out Bill}- Stift of Chicago in the fourth round of a ten round bout at Kansas City. A big placer strike has been made on Pedro creek, in the upper Tanana coun try, 200 miles from Circle. All the stream is stated to have been staked. The ftfflciftl timiresare that 4,714 per sons lout their lives and H3.112 houses were destroyed as a result of the recent earthquakes at Andijan, Russian Turke stan. M. Go...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 January 1903

House and Senate Committees Named president Scuith of the Henate and Speaker Hare of the House have named the various committees who will pass o n the bills presented to the legislature a t this session. The senate committees are: U'lieulture— Sharp, Stansill, Cornwall, Uarber, Van de Vunter, Hammer, Splawn. Appropriations— Hamilton, Baker, Corn will, Snail), Hasher, Hands, Ruth, Wilson Kinnear, Hammer, Earles. Hanka and Hanking—Smith, S. T. Rasher. MrKenney, Welch, Stewart, Warburton. '\lii iltray. Claims and Auditing—Welch, Hurley Craves, imvis, Smith, S. T. Commerce —Clapp, Baumeister, Hemrich. (.institution and Constitutional Revision __Graveß, Hurley, Garber, Welch, Welty, LeC'rone, Splawn. Ci.rporations Other than Municipal— Rands, Hurley, Crow, Reeer, Ruth, Clapp, Kinnear Palmer, Sumner. Counties and County Boundaries—Halley, llall«'tt. Sharp, Baker, Warburton, Palmer, gplawn. CongresslooaJ Districts—Moultray, Stan aell, lolinan. Rands, Ruth, Hamilton. Pal -1 Hkcs. Drains and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 January 1903

Ban jfuan Islander THK ISI.ANDEU CO., Publishers. O. H. CUI.VKR, Kditor and Manager. Entered at the postofllee in Friday Harbor as second clans mail matter Snh<rr»i»tlon Prl«i>. - St./iO Per Year The Official Paper ol San Juan County. _ Clubbing List *- To all subscribers paying one year In ; advance (and arrears, if any) the follow ng Mimed publications*' are offered, to gether with tin- IST, .VXD Ell, at the com bination ]>rice 3 quoted, \ iz.: [BLANDSR and ftvattlc Post-Intelligencer, semi-weekly, $2.00 Seattle Times, weekly, - - -• - 1.80 '■ Northwest Horticulturist - - ■ - 1.60 ■ New York Tribune Farmer ... 1.80 New York Tribune Review - - . - - 1.80 New York Tribune, ♦xi-weekly, ' - - 2.10 Thrice-a-Week N. Y. World, - . - - 2.0g , Toledo Blade, - - - - - - I* Detroit Free Press, semi-weekly, - - 2.60 S. P. Examiner, weekly, • - - - 2.50. S. F. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2.00 Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - 2.15 St. Paul Pioneer )'rcss, weekly, - - 2.00 Montreal Fa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 January 1903

notice; and summons In the Superior Court of the State of Wash ington, for San Juan County. SanJpi™n^ inmiiCiPal Cdrp°ration *""«» and of the State of Washington j :'.;'^-; '.:''. against i M- S. Norman, R. C. Anis, C. B. McNal v TtnL-nmi-n f. p. iw, .T,, oph „■„,•,. w.!! Unger, Chmrfe. pmS^SSS^SS^SSSt McSffin^R 1 ' ."H* B}Hl known, W. W. Maliory, Unknown. J.'fo vie KPH „,',, i " ***■& ,l ".T E, the hereinafter d«orlUd or ,l ; ,i, , , fr". „' L ."; "/ ».y''known, and all , U, the hereinafter described land? and SS p££Ay*^^L^ 1M a"d ! I The State of Washington to M. S. Norman It 0 \ m « nt» < t v ( , „ kn() wn, F. I*.'Dow; Joseph Hilton, W. II SnVbor —-' mmS 'V^ly. X"' ' Tn K to.» is the owner and ho der of one general certificate SidflllnquencyiinibS form, which was larawf by the County Treasurer of San Juan <• on tv \V-wl .«' . on and of the date of June 10, A. I). 1902, to Sid San Juan ( . ™ fir C . v I ' , and suitiol money, due and owing and delinquent for the delinque...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 January 1903

CHAPTER Xll— (Continued.) The end of September was approaching, and they were debating in their happy minds whether it would be more delight ful to go on to Italy or to return home, a word possessing an equal charm for both now, when their movements were decided by a letter from Mrs. Ellesmere: '".My Dear Tom—l have this morning received news of the death of poor Tom Nevil, of typhoid fever. The shock has been so terrible to poor Sir Thomas that it is feared he will not recover from it. He lias fallen into a state of apathy from which nothing can rouse him, and any day lie may die. Under the circumstances, you being the next heir, do you not think you ought to return to England? Poor Tom leaves two little girls, and I have ascertained that there is no expectation of an heir. You will, I know, feel very much for poor Mrs. Nevil. 1 think you should write to her; of course it is rather a deli cate position for you, but I am sure you will do the right thing. I shall not be able to recei...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 January 1903

A PASTOR HUP SAVED BY PE-RU-NA Rev. H. Stubenvoll, of Elkhorn, Wis., is pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran £t. Joiiii'h ciiurcij of that place. Rev. Stnbenvoll is the possessor of two bibles presented to him by Emperor William of Germany. Upon the fly leaf of one of the bibles tne emperor has written in his own handwriting a text. This honored pastor, in a recent letter to the Peruna Medicine Co., of Colubrnos, Ohio, saye concerning their famous catarrh remedy, Peruna: The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen: "I had hemorrhages of the lungs for a long time, and all de spaired of me. I took Peruna and was cured. It gave me strength and cour age, and made healthy, pure blood. It increased my weight, gave me a healthy color, and I feel well. It is the best medicine in the world. If every one kept Peruna in the house it would save many from death every year."— H. STUBENVOLL. Thousands of people have Catarrh • who would be surprised to know it, be- ' caupe it has been called s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 January 1903

FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Sickroom I'.elp*. TTivr modi happier this wcrld would,; be if we could always be wwll! But : days of Buffering will come, ai?d then \ affection asserts itself to the fullest ex tent in devising ways to diminish pain and increase comfort. There arc a number of facilities .for j the sickroom, the helpful ancj comfort , Increasing possibilities'of which uro far , out of proportion to their cost. It ■vvov.ld be well to have them in every household. Their possession means greater comfort, restfulness and clean liness should sickness come. • •* A Straight glass tube convenient for firing medicine may be bought for 5 | cents. This' is also useful in taking ( preparations' into which iron enters. j B« int glass tubes,'known us gruel tabes, ' through which liquid foods may be ad : . ministered, cost 10 cents each. Cups for feeding are of glass or por celain, plain' or decorated and In sev eral shapes.' The cups of daintily dec- j orated china have a handle at the side, n ■p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 January 1903

Ox San Jmn Islander, ~-t> ■■■.-- ■ *. - ■ ■ VOL. XII. Do You Want Your Moneys Worth? ' : : : . : If so buy your Goods of : : : : : CHURCHILL TERMS 1 CASH P. A. JENSEN! (Succ#bsor to Martin A Jensen) * a General Merchandise c | Highest Prices Paid for Farm Produce and Lowest' Prices Charged for all Kinds of Goods. i^= DRY GOODS STORE — *■"'•-. OricrcrQ - Has just Received... i-^I Iggb " a Fine New Line of dry Goods and Shoes and the Shoes are Dry too and Will Keep Your Feet Dry. Try Them. ,; ; ; Highest Market Prices Paid for Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Hides, Pelts and Produce of all kinds. ' : CHASE BROS- MHjCOMPANI Is Prepared to Fill Orders for M kinds of Rough and Dressed -SB. I SHINGLES FRUIT DOXES ir ™ 3H | |V| GLES .•• sp«'«kj at Lowest M arket Trices ;' < v /Vffl/»a nn d Mill at..v.» V WEST SOUND, < ~'\ WASHIMnua " " ~ ' ":« ... WWHWi J. A. GOULD, j ,:.••«»«•* L, 4M$ i ! gene q O ulT t San Juan County Discoumi : auo. woLr" • • Bank • • ..• ■&*** 1 Fresh Meatil7^^ y: ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 January 1903

The San Juan Islander O H. Ct'l.VElt. K4it«r. FRIDAY HARBOR VASH. SEWS OF THE DAY Brfef Summary of Ijcss lin x>rtan» Thongh nut the Less Ln^ef eating Happenings of the Week, Fioa All Parts of the WorUI Bqnador poits have been closed to VMwll from 6*n Francisco. Al. Neill mix! Billy Woodß fought a twenty round draw at Ims Angeles. The proposed million dollar POgdr factory at Black foot, Idaho, now soems assured. The Seventeenth Field Battery has left Fort Sam Houston, Teaxs, en route to the Philippines. Mayor Williams of Portland has ap pointed Charles H. Hunt chief of po lice, vice McLaoghlin, resigned. Alfred Beit, the financier, who has been seriously ill at Johannesburg, has left for England. He is convalescent. 11. W. Savage, recent purchaser and present owner of Dan Patch, the fa mous pacer, has insured the horse for $112,000. Westminster chapel, one of the beet known churches in London, has decided to invite Rev. Samuel G. Smith of St. Paul. Minn., to fill the pulpit. Yello...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 January 1903

UP WEST COAST NORTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY TO BUILD LINE. permiseion Asked of Congress to Cross the Quintault Reservation. New Koad Will Run from Gray's Harbor to Port Angeles—Plans Are Now Under Way. Seattle, Jan. 23—The Northern Pa- c jflc railroad has begun the belting of the Olympic peninsula from Hoquiam north, through tbe Quiniault Indian reservation, along the Coast in Jeffer son county and through the west ern portion of Clallam county to pome point, either Neah bay or Clallam bay, thence along the shores of the etrait of San Juan de Fuca to Port An "geles, thence continuing eastward along the shore line to a point, at the south ern extremity of Discover} bay, where it connects with the recently acquired j'ort Townsend Southern. This much in vouched for in an appli cation ma<le by the railroad company to the government for permission to cross the CJuiniault reservation which has just been made public in Seattle. It ie also a fact that the transconti nental line has had a fore...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 January 1903

San jfuan Islandct THE ISLANDEII CO.. Publishers! O. U. CUI.VHR, Kditor and Manager Entered at the poatofllce in Fridaj II irbor as second olaM mail matter. SnbuoTlptloii Price, - »1.50 Per Yejti fla Official Paper ot San Juan County. '_ Clubbing Li»t *- To all subscribers paying one year ii ailvaneo (and arrears, if any) the follow 11; aamed publication* are offered, to gather with the lsi,.VM)Kll. at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISLANDER and Settle Post-Intelligencer, -weekly, $*.« Seattle Times, weekly, .... i.So Northwest Horticulturist ... - 1.60 New York Tribune Farmer - - - 1.80 New York Tribune Review ... - i.So New York Tribune, «ri-weekly, - • 2.10 Tlirice-a-Week N. Y. World, • - - 2.00 Toledo Blade, .'-«••• "*•*> Detroit Free Press, semi-weekly, • • 20. S. I". Kxaininer, weekly, ... 25° S. K. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - a.o> Chtcago Inter-Ocean, weekly, • - 2.15 St. Paul Pioneer Pre»s, weekly, - • 200 Montreal Family Herald.aud Star - - - 2.00 Farm and Fi...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 January 1903

NOTICE AND SUMMONS In the Superior Court of the State of Wash ington, for San Juan County. P a" 7(a inUUiCiPal COrporati? within and of the State of Washington against \i S Xornmn, R. C. Ams, C, B. McNal.y, Unknown p p r»« t i. »».. -' M' "anger, Charles Berry. John Johnson, 'V• Sn 4 g RU " Uoi,V W' waiiffer, Charles Berry. John Johnson, John McOtn^in V i ' J a?? h IJ)VS known, W. W. Mallory, Unknown, j/Pow^F P Sin 11 L- S< Ur*J , Un persons unknown, if any, having or Haimii £'an intend hhuknown« '{Ul] !tll Sfuia hereinafter described land!and nSSgiIS^SStS^T^ ■" """ The State of Washington to M. S. Norman, R c Ana m \i'v m n ; t.«nwn V. P. Dow, Joseph Hilton, W. H Surfer m\i ':! rf 11.7' Un" X ie' Wright, Jacob BUuwaoger. Cn.rii^'Khn'johnSJfll^ I, 1*. 11™11- --g„ s. ,; ; :,y, Unknown, W. W. Mallory. Unknown J F vie F ?£n'T,','' Vnown, and nil person* unknown, if any, having or clumin«- u,'i.^ ri I. Kln and to the hereinafter deserted lands and Ld , ' S a '°' esl you and each o yo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 January 1903

CHAPTER XlV—(Continued.) It is tint noting, though :i good <I*-jil of 1t is temper; slie would nerer brinji In that sacred name for the sake of getting lier <>wii way. Hut the effect is magical 0:1 Tom; remorse stirs his heart; he re calls all the tender Injunction! of that dead mother about her darling, an<i his niil is broken like a reed at the remem brance. It is true he in till she has; Be 1b her defender, her support, her shield against trouble and sorrow; it is not for him to thwart and grlere her. She is dearer than ever, though her lover's first passion may have worn off; she shall be happy, cost what it may! He kneels beside her, he pours out every endearing word he knows upon her, he covers her hair, her throat—for her face Is averted from him —with kisses, he prom ises her that he will go and fetch little Tom to-morrow, and in due course June, half-triumphantly. but secretly a good deal ashamed of herself, is lying with her head on Tom's breast, his arms about...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 January 1903

Science jKVention Forty-five tons is the record weight ever pulled by a pair of horses. This was In the shape of bark loaded on a gleigb and pulled on ice. Dueling Is made a safe pastime by £>r. Devillers, of Paris, who has pro vided a kind of chalk bullet that leaves only a harmless mark where It hits. Persons threatened with cataract of the eye are cautioned by Dr. George Wherry against the use of sugar, opacity of the lens has been found to follow the administration of much sugar to fishes and certain other ani mals. Prof. D. J. Cunningham, of Dublin, In a recent lecture, described the inher ited nature of right-handedness in man. He also made sonftj very interesting statements about the location, in the brain, of the center of speech. In all right-handed persons this center Is on the left side of the brain. But in left handed persons the speech center is shifted to the other side, so that, as Prof. Cunningham says, "The ieft handed speak from the right brain." Recent experime...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 January 1903

~NVVVC>VVVWV\,VV-aA>VV-/VVVVV- i ( Orcao leland > lIOK HAY A." » Ol (JA Win. Km ell was aver from Whatcom last week. B. <'. Viereck cam home la-sl week for a short visit. Sam Robertson it building a new bouse on Ids place at Olg.t. N. IJ. l)avis has,bought the Tarbox place, nearOlga,, KK-acres, foYS3SO) Henry Branaugh returned to Olga last week for a short visit. 11. 0. Willis spent Sunday at East Sound with his sister, Mrs. 1., ii. Geoghegan. Bert Glenn ,was over last weok making afraiigeinoutg for logging out all the tim ber from Swaiison'.s place to Mountain lake. Im hit place at oig i. \. 15. pay is has bought the Tarbox >ia.-o, near ()ga,, 160 acres, foi $',W. Henry Branaugb returned to oiga last reek for s short visit. li. i. Willis spent Sunday at Kast Sound .*iih ins sister, Mrs. 1.. ... Qeoghegan. Berl Glenn wasovc- ins. week making rrangemetitf (br logging oui ail tbe tim er from Swanton's place to Mountain The most important topic of interest here just now ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 5 February 1903

--. . - < .. ' fc-'.-av. '*■-*-'■*''•* • j vj* Vpiy"!^ 1 JB.'Mi^'■ya*V?n»MiMßEnß>ijjßS^H3!^^l^M£aZlSjuS^LHfatil JHtfiSwjfcLni'MM3t-jia?ifiSt^^E^E3f^E vol. xni. Satisfaction. at any cost N. E. Churchill Pays the Top Notch . Prices for IButter . . . Kggs and Produce. '{&£) largest Store in San Juan County. Money %ck if You Want It? Of Course! But Somehow Our Customer; Would . . . Bathef Haye the Goods. Maybe the man whose dress you envy buys his clothing hero. It i» easy for you to make yourself an objact of envy also. There are bisrger clothing stores than this, but not in San JaM county, and there are none where you can get the same style and quality for Urn same low price. ....p. aTjensen.... Loader In DRY GOODS and CLOTHING ""^V*!! rVdTVO Has just received... *—** Ig^g^O a Fine New Line of Dry Goods and Shoes and the Shoes are Dry too and' Will Keep .Your Feet Dry. Try Them. Highest Market Prices Paid for Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Hides, Polts and Produce of all kinds. CHAS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 5 February 1903

The San Juan Islander O H. ( I I.VER, Idiur. FRIDAY HARBOR VASH. SEWS OF THE DAY Rrfef Summary of Less linj>ortant Though not the Less Interesting Happenings of the Week, In* All Part* of the World Htrr yon DelbttMck, honorary Prus sian minister of state, is dead. M. .luswrand, the Frftnch ambassa dor, has arrived at Wat-hington. The boon of representatives held a pension Sunday for the purpose of pay ing tribute to the memory of Senator .McMillan. Mgr. Peneeere, secretary of St. Pe ter's at Rome, fell down the stairs of his residence, fracturing his skull, and died instantly. President Diaz of Mexico, Saturday received the BOW generals cordially. He told tb«ll] that Mexico would wel come the Boer colonists. The sale of the art collection of Hen ry (i. Marquard, which has been in progress at New York for over a week, closed with a total ol $706,019. Sir George Gabriel Stokes, muster of Pembroke college, Cambridge, and for merly president of the Royal Society and of the British As...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 5 February 1903

NOIHING IN IT ALASK BOUNDARY COMMISSION Nor ERIOUSLY CONSIDERED Bounliry Line Not in Doubt as I •■;, as the Administration is Co i Tin-d — Commission May Un rth a Few Fact*, but No Seu<-iu< nt is Looked For. Watiington, Jan. 31.— Although a week !'• passed since the state depart men nnouuced that a joint commis sion wiild bo appointed for the purpose of takig up anew the question of the Alaska boundary, no fact has devel oped wiich could possibly be taken to indicat that this new V step will bring about settlement of this ancient dis pute. The joint high commission which Dok up this and other matters several •ear? ago did not even approach a settlement, and there is nothing in the preeot movement that gives prom ise of ay better success. The iew commission, consisting of three mimDers from each side, will al most certainly be deadlocked—that ib, if proper care is taken', to select firm and patriotic men on each side who rep resent public sentiment in the two countries. There i...

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