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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 March 1903

Local Ncwe Srtcfe Kodak or Camera supplier at Fowl C*. J««eptl Swrency lIM 170 cords of v» ( >o(i on his wliarf here. The school hnu>e lii district No. 22 irM completed last week. 4 The Ladies! Guild will meet next Tuesday with Mrs. Tlft. 4 The Santa Juanitu Club will meet with Mr*. l)enni-oii Saturday after noon. Photo mount*, any size, at the ISIiANDEB offlee. Mounts for stump picture live cenlH h dozen. The Rnclif Harl-or Lime Company's piledriver drove Hie piles for the new \varb«K.H vvharl" Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Den toll left Monday for their home in Walla Wally county after a week's visit wirh L B. and 0. 1,. Carter and their famine*. Mr. and Mrs Ja*. Prankiaiid re tun ed Friday from S.-attle after sev .-ill weeks 1 absenne. They are both elnd to gel back t« the islands. Miss Diuhtman jroe« to Taconia to day on a business trip and on Recount of her absence the primary department of the pubic school is dismissed until Monday. School district No. 6 (East Sound)...

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. — 2 April 1903

Cbc San Islander VOL. XIII. Satisfaction at any cost Choice Hams and Bacon and Latest and Finest Canned Goods Just Re ceived N. E. Churchill Largest Store in San Juan County. New Goods j Men's, Youths^ and Boys' Clothing, at Cheapest Prices. . ; ; Fine Line of Ladles' Wrappers, $i.oo to $1.50. • j; Carpets, Art Squares and Matting." Most Complete <; Stock of Dry Goods, Shoes and Groceries. ' ;; Prices Guaranteed as cheap as or cheaper than the * . game goods can be purchased elsewhere. v * - PA. JENSEN ♦+++++ ♦♦»♦♦♦»♦4 4♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ C^T J/^^Xi^C^ A Big Shipment \^JIJLV^/Jl!<V3 Just Received .. «> Shots for Men, Shoos for Ladies, Shoes for Boys and Girls- All Kinds. All First-class ; And all Prices Low. Come Early j ,— ; i Highest Prices Paid for T^\"CP T S~^\ (~^ tTjA I HIDES, pelts & pkoducb JL-X ST\- ■*- V_XvJ CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY Is Preparod to Fill Orders for all kinds of Rough and Pressed, BOXES I OLJIIVI^I C"C I FRUIT BOXES of all kinds...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 April 1903

The San Juan Islander o. n rn.TK, ■IHw. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. SEWS OF THE DAT Brief Summary of I*aa Important Though not the Lieaa eating Happening* of the Week, Fionf AH Part* of the World Mayor Williams of Portland has just celebrated his eightieth birthday. The German consul at Caiupano, Venezuela. Herr Mezger, accidentally killed himself. Managua reports claim the Nicar agua government is getting the better of the revolutionists. judge Lacombe, la the United States circuit court, denied the appli cation of Win taker Wright for I,ail. According to hotel records and rail way authorities, San Francisco is en joying the greatest influx of Kastern visitors of a».y winter in her history. Cassimiro Ciecone, the aged Italian who was thought to be a principal in the alleged gigantic insurance frauds recently perpreti ated at New York, is dead. The entire Bulgarian cabinet has re signed owing to the inability to find anyono who will accept the portfolio of war unless the cabinet agreed to t...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 April 1903

TO REFUND BONDS SECRETARY SHAW ISSUES A CIR CULAR. One Hundred Millions o| the Issue of l»O8 and the Pour Per Cent Loan of 1907 to Be Galled In and Exchanged for the New Two per Cent*. Washington, March 28. —The secre tary of the treasury today published a circular announcing that on and after April 1, 1903, he will receive for re funding, under authority of section 2 of the act of March 14, 1900, to an amount not exceeding $100,000,000, bonds of the 3 per cent, loan of 1908 and the 4 per cent, funded loan of 1907. They may be surrendered at prices yielding to the investor an in come of 2V4 per cent, per annum, and the new twos will be issued in ex change at a premium of 2 per cent. Accrued interest on both old and new bonds will be calculated to date of ex change. There are now outstanding about $97,000,000 of 3 per cent, bonds and $233,000,000 fours of 1907 which are affected by the circular issued today. There are also outstanding about $446, --000,000 of the 2 per cent consols o...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 April 1903

San jfuan Islander TIIK IS-ASbjSil CO., l'iil>H»l»« r». O. 11 a'I.VKK, Editor and Manager Entered at the postofuVo in Fridaj llarbor as second cla*t mail matter. S«il».crl|UWm I'-..--, _- »:.30 IVrV«nr The Official Paper ol San Juan County. _. Clubbing List c- To all subscribers paying one year In advance [an I arrears, If any) the follow no naniH publications are offered, to t i,.r with the ISI.A S r>.KR. at »M com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISLANDS*, and fVarl?. iv«i Inulligencer, serai-weekly, Js.oo Seattle Times weekly, •" - - - i.So Northwest Horticulturist • - - ■ *•&> New YorK Tribuiu; Farmer - - - i-8o New York Tribune Review •.''■." - - I>B° New York Tribune, 'rt weekly • - 2.10 Tiric.-H-Wcxk N. V. World, - ' - - 2.00 Toledo Blade, - - ' ' .' ' x' 6° Detroit Kree Press, semi-weekly, - - a.oo S. V. Kxaniincr. weekly, - ■ - 2-51' S. H. Bulletin, Sunday edition, • - 2<> Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - 21 st I'aul Pioneer I'resn, weekly, ■ - «•« Montre...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 April 1903

fcocal and personal |; ~J^lakorCtmiera supplies at Fowle's. Will Ross and Joe Gore went to Fair haven Monday, /y-. j: t. '. N\ The IsIanJDKR and the Seattle Doily Star one year for only $3. "" if * 'j .'• '.' George Fowler is now engineer of tlie steamer Arthur G. and is living at Anacortes. '•'," , I'lioto mount*, any size, i ; at the Islander office. Mounts- for stamp picture* five cents a dozen. P. A. Jensen is adding to his large gtoefcsome iiiiMof good.s never before earned here. See his advertisement on first page- ■ < : Mrs. Alex Hall and children went to Fairhave'n Tuesday, where they will ;i<le. Mr.'Hall is in business there and doing well. ■," The strike of the Seattle street rail* way employes has been declared off, an agreement having been reached to sub mit to arbitration the questions in dis- P lllf'- ♦ |'„r Sale Gasoline engines, ma rine and stationary. New and second hand. All sizes and makes. Send for free cataloguesi—R. W. Jamiccoh, 716 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 April 1903

Tige's Vindication ©m; October morning the village of Alden, which lies on the western slopes of the Adiron dack Mountains, was thrown into a state of much excitement The tinest iheep in the village, a small flock of South.lowns, owned by Squire Fenton, hud been slaughtered daring the night. In ■ few days they were to have been taken to the county seat, there to be exhibited at the anual fair. Every inhabitant of Alden took an Interest Id the beautiful creatures, and was wire they would have been award the premium. The squire was naturally much in censed, and offered I reward of fifty dollars to the one who should trace and kill the dogs that had wrought such devastation. It was known there had been trouble between the squire and Joe Kinney, a hunter who lived on the outskirts of the village. The winter before Joe had been tried and Imprisoned for the Illegal killing of deer, and at that time he bad vowed to get even with Mr. Fenton, who made the complaint against him. Joe owned sev...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 April 1903

An ideal Woman's Medicine. So says Mrs. Josie Irwta, ol 325 So. College St., Nashville, Term., oi Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Sever in the history of medicine ha* the demand for one particular remedy for female diseases equalled that at tained by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and never during the lifetime of this wonderful medicine has the demand for it been so preat as it is to-day. From the Atlantic to the Pacific, and throughout the length and breadth of this great continent come the glad tidings of woman's sufferings relieved by it, and thousands upon thousands of letters are pouring in from grateful women saying that it will and posi tively does cure the worst forms of female complaints, Mrs. Pinkham invites all wo men who are puzzled about their health to write her at Lynn, Mass., for advice. Such corre» spondence is seen by women uul j t and no charge is made. The Weather Always Comes. "You don't always announce the weather accurately, do you?" said the m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 April 1903

Lopes Island LOPKS Mrs Ireland came home from What com last week. Pete Landon has been allowed a pen sion of |6 a IDOnth. John K-Miumith went to Whateom Friday, where he will work this wm nier. There is to be ■ very Inleretlliif Batter program ai the Congregational churcli Sunday, April \'2. The Chun cannery has been rujhed with work of late. They received 15i> Backs i>l clama 11 * - first ol last wtek. O. I. hticl E I. Brims have rented the J. L. Davis place at Richardson for a year and will take possession this work. Mr- Taylor has told her property at Lop./, and will g«i to Wbatcom t<> make her home with her h >m. Mr. Prankland, of Friday Harbor, is the purchaser. The teaeherand pupils of school dis trict No. 19 will give an tntertainmeul on Friday evening, April ."{, to raise llioney to gH :t bell for the school lionsc. Everybody is asked to come andenjov the program and lielpagood camte. Morse Ildw. Co., Winchester, Marlin rilli-s .in.i sliot nuns; send lor price...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 April 1903

*^ jmt ' HS * * > TC^ *? i43X «m*> i^r^m^tif^^M ' * • *•%« Hm ' ' * '' v *-' V^l Cbe San Juan Istandef VOL. XIII. Satisfaction at any cost Choice Hams and Bacon and Latest and Kinest Canned Goods Just Re ceived N. E. Churchill Largest Store in San Juan County. \ New Goods ♦ Men's, Youths.' and Boys' Clothing, at Cheapest Prices. + Fine Line of Ladies' Wrappers, $1.00 to $1.30. £ Carpets*, Art Squares and Matting. Most Complete ;£ Stock of Dry Goods Shoes and Groceries* 4- 'TV •:' ' ' • -♦- ——.-« - ■ — • 4. Prices Guaranteed hi cheap as or cheaper than the ■£ same goods can be purchased elsewhere. I P. A. JENSEN i&ME SHOES i. , — ■— , M*>""! ■ - ' You should own and wear an lone ShoO^obo of the best made; unexcelled at the price for quality of material, workmanship and style. Price $3mOO, no more, no less. Fine assort ment just received. G. B. DMggs >■■ l \ rtvt-% **^m-\ ■■•-•—- - — - — — !■■■« m wii wrniT^^nVT*^"^"^**T^*"***** "IJSE BROS- MILL COMPANY Is Prepared' to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 April 1903

Science Invention The i.oxel method «'f propelling bal ,oons, proposed by Dr T. D. Cook* of tii. British Aeronautical Institute, i» M imitation of that of asbe*. Ti.ese anlmali propel themselves In a wavy U,, b j Ibeu* oftaliandhead,aarok« of the tall from side to side, foiong the b d.v forward, and the head CJlTO terbalanclng the tendency to veer from a dinei course. Two propellera, 0n.. --on each side, would be placed near the rear end of the navigable balloon, with a rudder at the forward end. Al ternate motion of the propellers would give pn^ivss in a wavy line with less resistance than would be encountered in a duvet line, and the rudder would prei nit turning aside. Both in Prance and Germany wagons and omnibuses run i>y electric trolley. wires are now In al least two places, at Konlgsteln, Germany, and be*ween Fontaineblea and Bamots, France. The plan differs from that of ordinary trol lej oars mainly In the absence of rails carrying the wheels of the vehicles, The wag. ns...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 April 1903

Catarrh Invites Consumption It weakens the delicate lung tissues, deranges the digestive organs, and breaks down the general health. It often causes headache and dizzi ness, impairs the taste, smell and hearing, and affects the voice. Being a constitutional disease it re quires a constitutional remedy. Hood's Sarsaparilla Radically and permanently cures ca tarrh of the nose, throat, stomach, bowels, and more delicate organs. Read the testimonials. Xo substitute for Hood's acts like good's. Be sure to get Hood's. " I was troubled with catarrh 20 years. seeing statements of cures by Hood's Sar saparilla resolved to try it. Four bottles tntirely cured me." William Shkrmaw, 1030 6th St., Milwaukee, Wis. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps the promise. Helpful Hubby. Wife—l wiah you would let me know whftt Hort of a dinner to have tonight. Husband —That's a good idea. Well, I Hhall either not be home at all. or else 1 phall bring three or friends with me. —Life. Train was a "T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 April 1903

Can jfuan Islander THE I9LANOKH <<•-. ruMI-li«TH. O. M. CCI.VKR >*litor Md M«"r Entered at tl»c |Wofflot> in Frida M irlxjrasioconifciftssu'a'l In*uer' . , ..rri,.li«n IVi..-. j »t.50 IVr V«m- Tie Official Paper o! Saa Ibio Count} ... CUibMnS C«at - Tn nil unlwr • • ,•■■■■•• year it j,.l- ■:in..». ,:in.J If unv) »»*n '"''■ „.r Hnmeil piihH«'»itioiis "■ ' ' '■'"'• t« i ij,thcr>iUi Hi- ISLAND!*:::, m. Hie com ])' iitinn prices quoted, y\r..i ISLANDRR ■!«! p-ottle l'<.st-lntt!li«ii^-cr. sc,m|weckly, ?'-'' j p i'lle Tunes, weekly, ■ ; - - '• 8 ( ; , thwrst ilufii.MiHinist ; - - ' i-^ N w York Tribune Karnii" ■ • • '•" : >••■ v Yoik Trihune Kevi.v. - - - "' > \ a- York Tribune, 'n\v.»l.ly, • »•» r. ■„ .w.k N. v Worl-1, - - ■ 2.0 ; T.-' ,lo Biad ---•-■ " Li-oil Krcc l'rr«s. semi weekly, - - '■& S. I-'. Kxamiuer, weekly, - - 2-.' S. I". Bull n. Sunday edition, ; - 2 " Chtcngo Intel "< ran, weekly, ■ - »•'.' S' Paul pi ■ ■ ■■: Press, weekly, ■ - 2-°' Montreal ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 April 1903

kocal *«<i pcreonat < '^K^lak or Camera supplies at Fowle's. White field seed peas at P. A. Jensen's, Dr. Uaker is at Jloche Harbor this week. Tl , e Lndip» Guild met Tuesday with Mr .,;:.L. Carter The I«i,.\ni>ki{ and the Seattle Daily gtar one year for only $3." T l,e Santa Jiiiiniia Club will meet itli Mrs. Fowle Saturday a/teruoon. r|ias< Thacker and fanuJy have , 111)Vl .',| into the lioiibe adjoining the i ink. . .' . "T F D. Cunniiißliam; who recently „,'ieil at lvist Sound, is now purser of ■ , e steamer Buckeye. 1 Ml , \V. .1. R^ed returned Jo her borne ;lt Whatcom Monday after a few ,] IV s' v »it with Mrs. Monnett. Mr. and Mrs J. A. Gould returned tl , Seattle Monday after a short visit with their son and his family here. — —4 [;,,. Lydia Thompson is again on the geattlc-VVliatCom route, and the nier tn tg smile ouce more—she burns wood. ♦ \|, Con tiers leaves today for his l.nmc near Eati Claire, Wisconsin, V ! lir ,. busineia interests require his »Jfcj Uuti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 April 1903

The San Juan Islander O M. H l-VE*. Bdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS Oi 1 THEM! Brief Summary of Lew Impo.tnnt, Though not the Xjcsb iKiereaticg, Happening* of the Weei, From 111 Parts of the World. The detth of Clara Morris, the fa liioiiH active, is expected wion. Jeffrie* and Uorbett will %ht before tiic Yoeemite ctab at Ban Francisco. Joe Wallace and Billy Woods fought twenty roundels to a draw at Los An geles. The bubonic plague has reappeared in some parts of Egypt. Cholera cane* are reported at Alexandria. William M. Harritnan, brother of X H. Harriman, died at the Plan hotel, New York, Friday. He waa49 yearn old Tom Traoey and Joe (Jans hare been matched to appear before the Pastime club at Portland in a 20-roond go May 16. At San I'raiK inco, tV jury in the raw of Walter N. Dimmick, accused of Htt'iiiiii^ |30,000 from the United Rtatet mint, baa retorned a verdict of guilty. Pietro Maacagni, 1 1 1«- composer, Hailed for Europe Thursday. Among the other passenger! on l-» Sav...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 April 1903

WAS NEAR DEFEAT fIO vERRM ENT ONLY SAVED BY OUTSIDE VOTES. Bomors of the Dissolution of Par haroent at the Close of the Pres nt Session'-- Conseavatives Go Before the Country on Extension of Social Government in Ireland. London, April 4.—The correspondent f the Daily Chronicle at Dublin claims to have the authority of a member of ♦he'preeent government for the state ment that the government intends to dissolve parliament at the end of the pr egent session, the general elections being in lhe autumn. The leading p ]ank in the Conservative platform at j ne elections, affirms the correspondent, ff ill be an enormous extension of the local government in Ireland, providing for the establishment of a legislative council, which will have control of the Irish police. It is understood, further asserts the correspondent, that the colo nial secretary, Mr Chamberlain, warm ly supports the government's project, and that the economies Mr. Wyndham promised in connection with the Irish land bill lar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 April 1903

Lopes Island i. 0r../. A few of the tanners have began their spring plowing. . Mrs. Thornton and daughter Eva are visiting Mrs. Walmd at Fairhaven. James Make, Sr., returned Friday from Seattle, a Htipatiivd by Mrs. James Blake,; Jr . who had been there for some weeks visiting relatives. The entertainment given by the school Friday evening was a success in rv, i way :uhl Mi« Allyn is to he con ratulHti I 011 th- way she trained the pupils. KASI i H HKIIVICii. The following program of Easter beryices will be rendered at the Con- Kretcational oliurcli of Lopez island Uk.-xi Suiiuhv: Organ Vtiluntary- MOI«rla" • Mis. M. A. Kfiuuiutli 'PraiseW< I" Congregation l >r „,.,. Pastor Prayor • -1*1"1 Tin- liells nt leister xweetly peal— "Christ in risen" ('ll"il U*mn Pastor .li.v ..i the Morning Ulioir A ,i, ll( , ss Pastor t (ii.Mi.'i> I'An.l,oil.' Pastorale" ....Mrs. M. A. Helntnuth „ Vividiis of Victory Choii Rpcitatioii r" Kth*l Bruns isinging—"Slioi.t : irJoy"..Sunday School Kxei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 April 1903

Cbe San HKITi Islander VOL. XIII. Satisfaction at any cost Choice Hams and Baqon and Latent and Finest Canned Goods Just I^e* ceived N. E. Churchill L,arges,t Store in San Juan County. 10 to 331-3 per cent j '. Discount on 600 Pairs of Men's, Wqmen's J; • and Children's ShOßS—hrokon lines— -" be sold to make room for new stock. ;; BARGAINS in Clothing -M en's Suits for $10.00 that cannot - ■ be duplicated for the money in the state. \ P. A. jensen:; l fH HH♦♦f♦♦ H♦♦♦ ♦ + t ♦♦♦•♦ +♦ »♦ t ♦♦♦♦♦♦ MH♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ IQNE SHOJES • You should own and wear an tone Shoe —one of the best made; unexcelled at the price for quality of material, workmanship and style. Price $3,00, no more, no less. Fine assort ment just received. -, G. B. Driggs _.... ■ . _^^^^^^j CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY T^^^***^^T*~ ***™*^TTT~ ~^^ r I-, ** Is Prepared to Fill Orders for all kinds of Hough and Dressed LTJ3S£BJE-R, BOXES I CUIM^I ETC I FRUIT BOXES Of all kinds Ori 1 lIVaLLO * Specialty at Lowest Market Prices Offi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 April 1903

The San Juan Islander O. B. niTIl, «ditor. rRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS Oi 1 THE PAY ftrli l' Summary of Less Impo.cant, Though not the TLchb Interesting, Happenings of tho Wcci, Praia 111 Parts of the World. The Itrike of Chicago tanners ban ended. Dwtght Benson, arti.-t ami journal ist, and formerly United States consul jrciittiil to Hawaii, in dead at Koine, ajjed 66 yearn. Major General Davit, in command of the division of the Philippines, lias is ■aed an order directing that no troops be allowed to Und at Manila until they have been vaccinated. The carpenters' strike at Vancouver, 8.C., is over. The settlement of dif ferencei by arbitration baa been agreed upon. :m<! tin- workmen have returned to building all over the city. A dispatch from Manila states that Governor Tuft, who baa been lying ill for several weeks, baa gone to Gengunt, a mountain resort two days from Ma nila. The physiciana report was that a two weeks stay tbert would enable the governor to recover. The. Turf, Fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 April 1903

SBATTLE-EVEBETT NE W INTERURBAN TO BE RUN NING BY FALL. Cbic«K° Backer of the Enterprise NoW in Seattle and Says That Work on the New tine Will Be gin Very Soon and Will Be Poshed Rapidly-Rails En Route Seattle. April 13.—Within sixty . t j ie wor k of construction on the •ntVurban line between Seattle and Fverett will have been started, and be fore fall trains will be running over t!,e new electric road between the two The franchise for the line, which has been secured by Fred E. Sander, ot Se attle, and in whose name there are now pending before the city councils of Se attle and Everett applications for ter minals in both cities, is the property of Jamse E Mac Murray, of Chicago, formerly a director of the American Wire «!t Steel company, of Chicago, now a large stockholder in the United states Steel Company, or the steel trust, who is now in the city. Mr. Mac Murray stated that Mr. San der had eecured the franchise and made application for those now pending in bi H behalf and tha...

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