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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 April 1903

Orcas Island I AST *•<>! v D Mr. ifatiseii went to Seattle Monday. .las. Iptte was a visitor to tl.e county »oat Monday. Postmaster visited the coun ty seat Monday. Ja«. Fry lias sold hi* house and lot to an eastern man. John King has bought the Dow place, on the nortli shore. The recent, rains are making good Mature, which is much needed. ! .Mrs. Luther Sutherland and. Mrs. Donahue returned Monday from ft visit ii Seattle. Mi. and Mrs. John Sutherland, of Seattle, are here and expect to remain during the summer. The Odd Fellow* 1 annual ball «as civiirlast Friday evening and was very largely attended. Surveyor Vaughn and J. W. Fritz. .(" West Sound, were surveying at l'ort Stanley Hie first of the week. Qtl le '» niimhvr of. young people at iided ." tlie. Normal entertainment at Iftday Harbor Saturday evening. A. logging camp la to be operated on ,U. Auid'* place, near here. The log -pVs expect to 'put in' two to three JlllliOil feet. The directors of this school district! ir...

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. — 7 May 1903

'"''""* "" 'r ' ' **■ ',* '" "* * *.•--. ■" .. '' ' **' "" - * -*•-•*...-' J-. - ■.. >L •-»»•.»■-. .- rf " t -■--'■* * ».,.....,... -j. ■ - " * ' ' "■ ' ' .' VOL. XIII. Satisfaction at any cost j[ | Wall Paper I $ Direct from Eastern Mills. < 4 I Finest Grades and Hand" * i somest Designs Ever Seen. f J in San Juan County/Prices" i j Low,, * 5 I N. E. Churchill | d ■ (£o(3)'- • w i ;!.'»■* v •* «^r •/ • ''? 0 ) ■! I ••'•" IIMM '' ' • -I.Ml'l £ j Largest Store in San Juan J I County. J !~^ V ~ r ~~ ~ < £*+ +>+♦++♦ 4*4444 ♦ +M»H-M>+4» IHHf»»l 4444+444 H»4+' 110 to 331-3 per cent 1 I—, I—.1 —. _— : —___ . I X Discount on 600 Pairs of Men's, Women's I f and Children's SJtOGS- lines—Must . | be sold to make room for new, stock. *'„ ♦ ? . _ ... . i* > BARGAIN^ in Clothing— Suits for $10.00 that caunot jjj ♦ be duplicated for the money in the state. V ! P. A. JENSEN! : 1 ■ Hi i3UL\\JUL\ + ■^♦♦•♦•^-♦-♦♦♦♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦'♦♦♦^♦^•^♦♦M ♦'♦♦♦♦♦< ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ i ri i n m fti r¥^w»...

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. — 7 May 1903

The San Juan Islander O. ■. Itl.lll. Bdtt«r. FRIDAY HARBOR VASH. SEWS Of THE DAY Brief Summary of I*— lua^ortao* Though not thm LeM Interu*Umg Happ*Bf»ff* of the We«k f Ft©» All Paras of tk« IT orl<* Emperor William has prorogued the reicbstag. The lowa Republican *>tat« conven tion will be held at Dei Moines Jul/ 1. William Armstrong, a farmer near Corvallie, Or., was gored to death by a mad bull. England has dispatched a large fleet to the Orient, fearing trouble in Man- j churia. The Western Union Telegraph com pany threatens to withdraw from Butte on account of labor troubles there. Parti Da Chaillu, the French author and explorer, who was stricken with paralysis at St. Petersburg Wednesday, is dead. Admiral Dewey has flailed from Washington for Cape Henry, where he will inspect and review the North At lantic fleet. The transport Logan has arrived at San Francisco from Manila with the First regiment of infantry and a squad ron of the Sixth art'llery. Private letters receiv...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 May 1903

FLOOD IN YUKON RATERS SWEEPING DOWN BO- NANZA CREEK. Rnsb of Waters Destroying Dumps an d Machinery — Many Road houses lnnndated-Plood Caused by Fast Melting Snow and Ice from Eldorado Gusher. Seattle, May 4.—A special to the Post Intelligencer from Dawnon says: The most destructive flood in the his tory of the North is now sweeping down Bonanza creek, flooding the cute opened for gunimor work, inundating road housea along the way, creeping into piles of pay dirt heaped up from the winter's work, and Bpreading devasta tion in itf Path for man T milea. Expensive machinery and equipment, costing thousands of dollars to get into the north country, are in danger of be ing destroyed completely by the rush o f waters, and the injury to sluices and the disarrangement of dumps will run into bit? money. So sudden has been the destruction and so unusual the cause, that the miners and claim own ere ar« partially stuaned and are una ble to calculate their losses. Tlie hSod i" caused by the fast...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 May 1903

C\:n ~}mn Islander TIIK lUtAMDCM CO., PublUlnrn. O. 'I CnuVKK, . ..BdttOt and Manager. ..• ,| , r ..,i nt ••>,. postofllcd in Friday I! ir> , r a* ■ nutria** mail matter. «,,',«rrlpHon JVi,-... - «1 '.O Per \,m Vp, Official Paper el San Joan County. _i Clubbtn.7 Lit *- To nil Rubimri em myitig one year in advance (and aVr&uvi if *ny) the follow i).' named puMI ■ "• ' ■ ■■■•" offered, to-- K ,.i!irr with tho IsnA.KDEfi, at the com binnlion prii-ps qiK-u<!. viz.: ISI.ANMKK run? Seattle 1 •-! Intelli <-• » I™*l v" ' '■'>• Jj.oo Seattle Times, weekly, ■."."* K<io •:■ ,1 |h«rr«l Horticulturist - .«•!.•» New York Tribune Fiercer - ■ - i.ho New York Tribune Re*je'w - - - - 1.80 N,-.v York Tribune, Tine, My, - - 2.10 Tnrk^a-Weck'N. Y. Wo.-id, ■ - - a.oo Toledo Ula<!<-, ------ 1.60 Detroit Free Press, Kmtyvtckly, " - 200 B, I- Kxaminer, weekly, - ■ " 2 -5° S. I". Bulletin, Sunday tiH'.ion P - " 2.00 gineago Intel Ocean, weekly, • - »-'5 St. I'iinl Pioneer ITww, we...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 May 1903

Local and personal j High and low rubbar/Tennis shoes at Fowle's. - A .•. >" ' v Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. £. H. Nash, Sunday, May 3, a girl.. The Islander and the Seattle Daily Star one year for only $3: Don'i forget Dr. Mather lecture next Wednesday evening, May 13. Free. '• . *- ■ The Ladies' Guild will meet next Tuesday with Mrs. Geo. Dightnian. T. W. Spencer, of Thatcher, spent Sunday with hi* family in Fairhayen. Robt. Keiirr, of Roche Harbor, made 0! h- of his occasional visits to the coun ty seat tiiis week. ♦ photo mount*, any size, at the j Islander office. Mounts, for stamp picture* five cents a dozen. ♦ A new Columbia Bar-Lock type waiter, of the latest design arrived yes terday for use in the offices of the treas urer, clerk and sheriff. ♦— C!i:\*e Bros. Mill Company, of West Sound, is furnishing the lumber for the new school house in district No. 2 work upon which begins today. .♦ . L. B. Carter rued Monday from a business trip to Seattle and Tacomu. He haa been confine...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 May 1903

I CAPTAIN JIM'S COURTSHIP | 'y jtjtjtjt By A. E. RICE, Portland. ».*j» g On a December night, in the car y seventies, two men wore leisurely walking up Tenth ■treat, above Mor rison, in the city of Portland A drtule, or mist, was falling, but the temperature being mild nnd as they were practically, 'natives." hav j-.g livod noar to sixteen years in the ■■Wol. fool State." the men felt no in convenience and therefore, paid no at tention to the moisture. As these men play an important part in the rtory. we shall Introduce them. Captain Jim Snieots. orginally from Missouri, was about sixty years of ago and unmarried. Through steadiness and attention to duty he had risen from dock-hand of ■ river Steamer to be eantain and had accumulated considerable of a for- He was a tall man with stooping Shoulders nnd apparently a little l-imc In both knees, for his walk had a shuf fling rickety motion. Thin face, very red cheeks thin, grey, pointed chin Whiskers, small brown eyes, oershad owed li.v...

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

peculiar To Itself In what it is and what it docs— taining the best blood-purifying, alterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical and per manent cures of all humors and all eruptions, relieving weak, tired, languid feelings, and building up the whole system—is true only of Hood's Sarsaparllla No other medicine acts like it; no other medicine has done so much r«al, substantial good, no other medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost. "I v** troubled with scrofula and cam* near warns mr eyesight. For four months I could not see to do anything. After takinr two bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I could see to walk, axd -»aen I had taken eight bottles 1 toulJ ace as well as •T«r." Susn A. Hairs ,o,,, Withers. N.C. Hood's Sarsaparllla promises to cure and keeps th» promise. It manes no difference *r«utr proof to the contrary is offered, the Ameri can people will always believe and maintain that Raleigh once lived la Virginia, that Putnam crawled Into a de...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 May 1903

j; Orcas Island !; DOB HAY AM) OLGA Mr. and Mrs. L. L Berens, of What com, visited L. Savage last week. • AiUhony Ohlert lias the foundation laid for his new store building at Doe Bay* Misses RettM and Olive Newhall spent last Thursday at Alderbrook farm. Alt x Green moved back to his home, Dear Cbas. Carlson's, from Whatcom last week. . . , Mr«, 8. J. Craft came over from Wliutcoin last- Friday and returned Saturday. kiJ . . Miss 1011 a Moore returned the fust of the week from a lew days' visit to Whatcoin. .Sun Moore bus bought the timber from the T C. Morrow ami Jeff Moore places and will start logging at once. The steamer I'urituu brought an 85 -lior.se power donkey.engine for Taster l!ro». last Thursday and towed back four sections of logs. (Thoroughbred Shropshire ram lambs •it sale. For prices addross Oscar V JJrown, Island, Wash. v ; ~ .s WKBTKKN OBCAI NOTCS , Mr. Smaby went tip-Sound on busi ness Sat unlay. ; Several of our farmers have been en larging their strawberry patc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 May 1903

Che San Jmn Islander V.4■■-:.-:. .'""'''.' ■ -«i^ •'■ • ,' VOL. XITI. J Satisfaction at any cost .| Wall Paper f Direct from Eastern Mills. ! I Kinest Grades arid Hand- m i somest Designs Ever Seen I \ in San Juan County. Prices - J J Low. . , :j.'] N. E. Churchill } * Largest Store in San Juan *j { County. ! \ __: _. :— t & ++++++++1 +»+»»»♦ ++++++++.f4» ttt»t4tt4 ♦+++♦♦♦■♦ tttttttt 110 to 331-3 per cent * n in n^—^——————^^——^Mi •♦ X Discount on 600 Pairs of Men's, "Women's t and Children's Shods--broken lines—Must + be sold to make room for new stock. > . ._ . . . 4- BARGAINS In Clothing— Suits for $10.00 that caunot ♦ be duplicated for the money in the state. ! P, A. JENSEN ++++++++ ♦♦♦♦♦■♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦++♦»♦+ ♦ ♦ M M 4 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ M t ♦ ♦ ♦ M ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ IP ME SHOES You should own and wear an lone Shoe —one of the best made; unexcelled at the price for quality of material, workmanship and style. Price $3.00, no moro, no less. Fine assort ment just received. Gm B. Driggs i> .... ,;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 May 1903

The San Juan Islander O. n I'H.TIK, Kdit..r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. JfEWSOPTHEDAT Brfcf Summary of Ijess Important Though not the Less Interesting Happenings of the Week, Pro* All Part* of the Worl* Bubonic plague is reported at Callao, Peru. Stiitc owned railroads in Australia an' tied op t>y a strike. The cruiser Tsooma will »>e launched at San Frani-iwo May 21. The Tugmens' strike at BostoD has completely tied up trallic in that har bor. BeoedietiM monks entertained the kaiaer and King Victor Kmanuel of Italy. Hamilton King, of Michigan, has been appointed [Jnited States minister to Orafmiiis Cole, ex-congressman and ex-chief justice of the Wiscwmsin su preme court, in dead, aged 83 jears. An explosion of the boiler in the Ore gon Lumber company's mill at Viento, Or., injured live persons, two fatally. Testimony at a legislative investiga tion show that patient! in the Kansas insane asylum were given the water cure when refractory. Bon. David Mills* jofttoe of the su preme COO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 May 1903

BCSSIA RETIRES OCCUPATION OF NEWCHWANQ WAS BRIEF. NeWB of the Evacuation Said to Give Great Relief at Washing ton ...Obviates Present Necessity for Any Joint Action by United States, Great Britain and Japan. Washington, May U.—The state de partment has received irom Minister Conger confirmation of the As sociated Pi ess dispatch from I'eking that tbe Russians reentered {fewchwtng and then retired. The re ceipt ot this advice late in the day brought relief to a strained situation, an a it was decided by the department that there was no longer ocas'on for ac tion even diplomatically at this stage. Count Cassini, in the course of this talk with Secretary Hay, earnestly im pree?ed upon the secretary bis convic tion that the Russian government bad lived up to itH agreements, and in view of these representations Secretary Hay did not hesitate to uissipate tbeimpres -B ion that might have existed that there remained any need for diplomatic action relative to Manchuria by the United states,...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 May 1903

San >an Islander THE tSLANOBM CO., PublUher*. 10. H. CUI.VJiR, . .Kditor aud Manager. Ktitored at the |»osi..ilir. ill Friday Harbor as second clans mail mutter. I „-...■.i;.ti»<i rri<«>. - 81-™ »>r v '»r fie Oleili Paper ol San Joan County. _ Clubbing List ... To nil subscribers paying one year, in advance (and arrears, If any) the follow nc Mimed publications arc offered, to- Beth, r with the ISLANDER, at the com bination pi i '■- quoted, viz,: Will- »ml V» v. ,■•• rost-liit>llis<n«r, 8-in weekly, f*.oo I Northwi-st Horticulturist - - ■ - - - - 1.60 ,\ i Iliu. -! lli>rt:i llltlirlSt - Ifio New York Tribune Farmer - ' - - i.«o New York Tribune Review .■-••- 1.80 New York Tribune, «ri-weekly, - ■ 2.10 rim.- . a, . N. v. World, - * - - *.«> Toledo Blade, - - - - • - 1.60 Detroit Free PreM »eml-weekljr, - - 00 S. I. Hxaniiner, weekly, ■ • ' ■ *-5° S. I". ill, tin Sunday edition, - ' - 2.00 111. Igo 1 ''it Ocean, weekly, - - ' US St. cml Pi mrcr Press weekly,...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 May 1903

I fcocaWnd personal j r H!e h»nd low rubber Tennis shoos at .• peter Lawson, Jr., wedt to What coui Mon day- „ \\ ;. A . could was in town from Se" tttiethitwetH. _ rone Delineators and Designers at l!] J'lsi,AXi)Kitoftice. V John Broder went to Seattle on a liJ .;.' ie , IJ trip Tuesday. The ISLANDER and the Seattle Daily Starone year for only ir lv .e-t:ows and heiferi for sale. Good toek.- Ro bt. Cainee, Argyle, Wash; Born to Mr. and Mrs. Win. Jones, Wednesday morning, May 13, a boy. Dr. Wright and ,' daughter Louise spent , portion of last week in Seattle. Wai. F>wle and family moved this sstr^ to their new home on Argyle avenue- ,v « yew things in Bamboo Furniture at Fowle's. 4 ' Mr. and Mrs. Win. Munro and Mrs. Derrinberg were over from Sidney, B. 1., Sunday. —-4 I Mrs. Laurence tucker left yesterday |or ,[,. Pleasant, 8.C., to visit her mother, Mrs. T. M. Lee. 4 . ,'i • ■ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bellv.ue have bought the VVansbqrough place, on Aruyie avenue, opposite L. C. Lar ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 May 1903

I CAPTAIN JIM'S COURTSHIP 1 By A. E. RICE, Portland j*j.*j* fi (Continued from I»st \Yct'k.) When Annie abruptly left Captain Jim »he proceeded to the sewing room just off the parlor, and there found Nan and Kitty Comers. « young friend of Annie's, talking together. "I shall faint, I'm sure," said Annie joining them. "Did be squeeze you?" queried Nan. "No, but he tried to kiss me," re plied Annie. "He's got a heap of money, Paid Nan. "and he ain't a sort that lavishes endearments upon any female either. It's my opinion he's gone a little soft on you, for which consideration a meeting half way might be of some benefit to a lone woman with three children." "Do you think he is in earnest?' questioned Annie. "Try him." remarked Kitty, as if she anticipated some fun. "Would you. if you were In my place." said Annie smiling. "Of course I would," promptly re plied Nan. "Maybe I will." said Annie, "if only for the fun of it." "Do." exclaimed Kitty. At this juncture. Barbara, Annie's twelve-...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 May 1903

Eruptions Dry, moist, scaly tetter, all form* o f eczema or salt rheum, pimples and other cutaneous eruptions pro ceed from humors, either inherited, or acquired through defective di gestion and assimilation. To treat these eruptions with drying medicines is dangerous. The thing to do is to take Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Which thoroughly cleanse the blood, expelling all humors and building up the whole system. They cure Hood's Sarsaparilla permanently cured J. G Hlnes, Pranks. 111., of eczema, from which he had suffered for some time; and Miss Alvina Wolter. Box 212, Aleona. Wis.. of pim ples on her face and back and chafed skin on Lr body, by which she had been great]? troubled There are more testimonials in f»vor of Hood's than can be published. Hood's Saraaparllla promises to cure and keeps the promise. Lo, the poor Indian, having been; deprived of lands and hunting grounds,; and made to cut his hair, must now} give up his native cognomen. As ruled! by the Indian Bureau, Youn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 May 1903

j Orcas Island jl |M»K HAY AM) OI.»J\ Win. Vieivek was in Wliatcom last act k. Mr-. c S. W.I i* "'pent part °f 1;lM week in Whateom. Mi— A H. Aiken ipelll la»l Sunday With Ml and Mr-. <'• S. Willis. Sam Robertson left la-t Saturday for southern Alaska i" work in a cannery. Lewis Him. formerly of Olga, is at Long Beach, California, near Los An geles. The steamer* will soon be able to land at the Oka wharf. There was quite a crew working on it last week. Ed Nelson lit* his trap •'fishing", now. He report- a few "springs" in the spiller, but not in paying numbers yet. Tommy Robertson leaves tomorrow (Friday) for (inbi'le Island, B. C. He has a good position as tool sharpener at jo il wages at the company's mine. IV/.icr Bros, are building a new house at their camp. Albert Soder-J bom Is also building liters and expects Ills family from Whuteom this Week. The White Crest Company's driver Mogul pulled into Doe Bay last Satur day and is driving a trap on the Pater- Liutiter location, i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 May 1903

Cbe San Jmr\ Islander VOL. XIII. P Satisfaction at any cost I | Wall Paper t | Direct from Eastern Mills. 5 i Finest Grades and Hand- 4 i sonr^est Designs Ever Seen 5 \ in San Juan County. Prices i r Low. 2 j N. E. Churchill | f /• * i # — r- -^ „- j . $ t Largest Store in San Juan J| i County. • 5 L —~^—~~ j +.» +♦♦♦♦♦♦» »+♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦+ ♦♦+• ♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ f ♦♦♦♦ H♦♦♦♦♦♦.»♦♦♦♦ f ~- ' i I What You Pay ii * • ;• ""■ 4 For a thing is important, but what you get in '.. ■f return for your money is ten times more imf 'I portant, la all lines of merchandise the best ',1 + costs more than the poorest. We don't keep «' ♦ the poorest, but we keep the Best at the ' *; X Lowest Prices* i > •' v ♦ ■*■ • „_-■ _ _. __ i . _ ji _ i _ . ■" . ----- ■--•■■--. 7 '-' -.-T 1-." . • <- ♦ ••> • . •" ♦ Leader in Dry Goods, Clothing, n A I(T |V| CET M I J Shoes and Furnishings V- /A# lILN WC- I + ++++++++++++ + + ♦♦♦♦♦♦ +++>+♦«+++»+♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Ism Mir SHOES You should own and wear an lon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 May 1903

The San Juan Islander o. h nivm. «dit«r. FRIDAY HARBOR VA3H. NEWS OF THE DAY Brfef Summary of I*M luajwrtaat Though not the Lew Interesting. Happenings of the Week, Frost All Parts of the Worl4 Richard Henry Stoddard, the poet, is dead. Pisafltroim foreHt fires are racing near Latroba, I'a. Fifty people were killed in a labor riot at Valparaiso. Rival order? of monks in Brazil are engaged in internicine war. Floods *t Jacksonville, Kla., have dOM nearly half a million dollars dani ■§•■ Shamrock 111 will sail for America May 30, accompanied by the old chal lenger. Four masked:men"entered a saloon at Helper, Utah, and helped themselves tO $2,000. Great Britain hap lm«d an embargo ajfiiinnt the importation of South Amer ican cattle. The national convention <^f the Or der of Railway Conductors is in cession at Pittsburg. Insurance companies of Illinois have been enjoii ed for violating the new Ht.it«- inpnrance law. The Commonwealth, Kngland's great est battleship, has been launched ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 May 1903

TROUBLE SETTLED THERE WILL BE NO STRIKE ON GREAT NORTHERN. Agreement Satisfactory to Both (Sides Has Been Signed Trai nmen Get An Increase In Wages an d Modify Demands in Regard to Running Double-Headers, q t Paul, May 15.—The threatened strike of the trainmen of the Great Northern railroad has been averted and an agreement satisfactory to both sides has been signed. The trainmen are granted an increase of wages averaging 15 per cent. Th« yfcrdmen get three cents an hour more, and new men are given an increase after one year's service. The men mod ified their demands regarding double headers to a degree satisfactory to the company. In the settlement both sides made concessions, although on the face of the terms of compromise, as stated by A. E. Garretson, the assistant grand conductor of the Order of Railway Con ductors, who with Mr. Newman, of the Brotherhood of Railway trainmen, has conducted the negotiations, the men have somewhat the better of it. They are granted an increase of...

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