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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 August 1903

I 4 CELERY VARIETIES. (toidrn Self BlnnchlniC nnd Giant lMorni—nefootd and >ierlt». i shall hereafter prow only the (Johl fti Pelf Blanching celery for summer mid fall use, says a New York ,'anl. n cr In Country Gentleman. Tho.^yiiito rfurne is easier to prow, less ln!>le to bll rht but the quality is much inferior to the Golden Self Blanching. 1 would never eat the White Plume tpysplf^ and Uk) customers will nut buy it after I GIANT PASCAL CXIiBKT. [Three feel high, ;is the two foot rule in dicates.] have sold the Golden Self Blanching. The stalks arc shorter, thicker, and when rightly grown, with plenty of manure and water, it is very crisp] tender and has the flavor which makes such winter varieties as the <;i;;ut Pas pa] s.i good. There is no better celery than the Giant Pasca.l when well grown and blanched, ;nici any celery ie to be desired that approaches it in fla vor. 1 have been able to blanch the Golden Self Blanching with boards to it beautiful golden yellow and ...

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. — 20 August 1903

Cbe San Jmr\ Islander VOL. XIII. SATISFACTION AT ANY COST |$k Soposis mmA-I ....QUEEN.... .^m^^^M "a"uNDERSKIRTS"" $1.50 to $3.50 Each Choice Sample Lot Just Received at Churchill's Largest Store in San Juan County IWhat You Pay ♦ X For a thing is important, but what you get in ♦ returu for your mouey is ten times more im- X portant. Iv all lines of merchandise the best X costs more than the poorest. We don't keep ♦ the poorest, but we keep the Best at the X Lowest Prices* X ♦ Loader in Dry Goods, Clothing, Q A J CIVI C F IVI ; Shoes and Furnishings V ■ r\m %3 !lL IIW C* IM ♦ _* - liA . AAA^^^^. Tea arid Coffee We can sell you as nice a tea as most people care to drink for 45c a pound. If you want some thing fancy we have it at GOc. We have coffee from 15c to 40c and can surely suit both your taste aud your pocket book. G. B. Driggs CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY • Is Prepared to Fill Orders for all kinds of Rough and Dressed iinyix ZZTTTtLM *%t r— FRUIT BOXES .uiK I SHINGLES f= s at Lowe...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 August 1903

The San Juan Islandei O. " ('(LVIX, rdUor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Brief »nmm»rr »f tsrmm Important Though not the !>»•• Interesting. SlappcialMT* •' tfce Wee*. rr«M» All l>u«i •€ the WorM. The next meeting of the Internation al Typographical union will be held at st. Louis. Wi ilam D. English, the well known California buainesa man and Demo cratic politician, is dead. Thr«-e masked men held np a saloon and gambling botwa in Baker City, dr.. and eecnred f.HiO in cash. Two men were killed an<' another fa tallf injured in a battle between tramps *ho were riding on a freight train in Montana. I>r. E. F. Adams., who has figured in Seattle courts in • criminal prosecu tions, is under arrest at San I'ram \nc.o on a charge of obtianlng money under false pietenses. E. K. Johnson, bookkeeper for the Commercial Banking Company, of Dv- I tab, Minn., has been arreHted on a warrant charging him with the embez zlement of $45,000 of the bank's money Tlie report of the Kansa...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 August 1903

DAMAGE IS GREAT HI RRICANE IN WEST INDIES VE*Y DISASTROUS. >lany Are Killed and Injured and Thousands Left Without Home or Shelter—Property Damage in Jamaica Estimated at Ten Mil lion Dollars. Kingston, Jamaica, Aug. 14.—The effects of the hurricane on the island o f Jamaica were greater than at first be lieved. Port Antonio, on the north coast, was comletely overwhelmed. Only six houses were left standing there. The United Fruit Company's wharves, offices, hotel and plantation W ere utterly demolished. Five of the compAny'l steamers, including the Du noid and Brighton, were driven aehore, but are lying in easy positions. Port Port Maria, another town on the north coast, also suffered similarly. The coaat is strewn with wreckage of local eailiug veesels. It is feared that the loss of life has been heavy, thirty fatalities having al ready been reported, principally among seamen. The entire eastern end of the island has been devastated. Villages have been wiped out and public build...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 August 1903

Ban Juan Islander 1111-: |sl,ANl>Klt CO.. Publisher*. O. H. CITr.VKR, Hditor »ad Manager. _J ; - ----- ■-^-■;- :___ .:_' ' Knt'i-.'.] ;1 , i:,,' posioittoe in Friday H irhorassiHJoinlcl.isj' "' '•'' mnttcr. j ß Wrt,.tlnn rrire, - Wt.SO Per T«»r Sie!o|cjal Paper ot San Juan County. Clubbing List To all mil we Ml era p'uyi|iß one year in ji(lvniK-o'(an(l nrieVirs, if miy) «li" follow njr iiaine.l piiblioiition'a are offered, to t4hrrwith the [SLANDEIt.a| the com bination - quoted, viz.: ISI.AM'I an.l Seattle pJst-lntelliHeucer, semi-weekly, $?-oo Seattle Times, weekly, - - - - '- So Northwest HorlicuHurist ----- J- 60 New York Tribune I arraer ■ - - i-So New York Tribune Review ♦ ■ - i-So Now York Tribune, •ri-weckly, - - *•<" Th*ri«a-Wcck N. V. World, - - - 5-» Toledci BUd« '- ' - - - - " ''*' Detroit ii- I'resg, mi-weekly, - - 200 S. F. RMtniner, weekly, - ■ ■ 2 -5° S. K. Bulletin'; Sunday edition, - - *•«> Clnc.iKo liiler-Oee;i:i, weekly, • »-»5 St. Paul pi mi. 1 Press, we...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 August 1903

i'IgMTAL worn :■ Mnv co st too much or be tcjo cheap to <& | .7 quality. We make a moderate 8 » l Je for strictly first-class service; bur 5?, > ppratious are as nearly painless asa per, » ' ' ( ; °P equ ipment and modem methods can ■ » «tr them, and we guarantee the work $ I HIGH BT.M- j I PLATES $10.00 I * " . • 5& f. painless extracting $ .50 | ? QoidfiHingi ; $1-00 up I I Bridg ework ....$5.09 up | 122 pt. gold crowns, $5.00 $6.00 | J ES vMIN'ATION FREE OF C!IARGK|^ IWHATCOM DENTAL ! I PARLORS I fr CLOVER BLOCK % ' WHATCOM, WASHINGTON 1 j ' .' ■ r> i:. F. HARPST Vatclimaker and Jeweler I'OSTOFFICK - BLDQ- [iiiKS. WRIGHT, M.D. PHYSICIAN JAND surgeon OI'FICB AND RESIDENCE ipring street, - - Friday Harbor ,J. (APRON, M.D. IIYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office hours at Friday Harbor: Evrry Friday, from 9 a. m. to 12 m. at the Hay View Hotel M -junrtf r». - ' - ROCHE IJVttBOK iii!7\ J. VAN kirk special Practice Limited !jrc, Ear, Nose and Throat CLOVER H1,1f., WHATCOM !.MSCOT...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 August 1903

NLY A FARMER'S DAUGHTER. CHAPTER XV.— (Continued.) Within .1 few weeks of the clone of the Reason a wry beautiful Frenchwoman came to London, and was received at once into the best society. Her story was a strange one, and one that excited a great deal of interest. She had been married at fifteen to a I-' lonian prince, many years older than herself, and of dissolute character. A.l first he had loved her passionately; then, as he found it impossible to overcome her coldness and indifference, he had come to dislike and treat her with harshness, lie had taken her away to Russia very young, very friendless, and intensely unhappy. There he bad neglected her. She had two chil dren hoys; and all her love seemed bound up in them. Then they died; the cold of Russia killed them, and she al most died of the grief. The physician at St. Petersburg insist ed that she should, return at once to Paris. "It is Ihe only way to save her life," he said to her husband. So after three years' weary absenc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 August 1903

~~iIVER AND KIDNEYS Tt i* highly important that these or pil should properly perform their When they don't, what lameness of , pjde and back, what yellowness of I' yjiin, what constipation, bad taste n the month, sick headache, pimples Jnd blotches, and loss of courage, tell th \'great alterative and.tonic \ neat alterative and tonic flood's Sarsaparllla rivea these organs vigor and tone for the proper performance of their func tion?, and cures all their ordinary ail ments. Take it. -Jc^i Chßinpl«in l"otatoe«. Cook one tablespoonful of butter and O ne t< aspoonful of flour in a saucepan, nd «dd cold boiled potatoes In some what thick slices. Mix well with a cul !ful of stock gravy or milk, and peiyoii with salt and pepper. Stew all together for a few minutes, then re* D]OVP from the fire a*hd add the yolk f one egff beaten with one teaspoon ful of lemon juice and a little cold va ter. Stir for a few minutes, pour li: n hot dish, and serve with chopped parsley. This way of cooking...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 August 1903

Orcao Island I>OK HAY AND OLGA Mr. Poiser is slashing for Clay Cun ningham. Si Davis is working on one of the Sen tile boats. , J. 11. Sunn-den has gone to the llr.ts to work ai harvesting. Mrs. T. C. Morrow attended | til}? ex amination at Friday Harbor last week. Anthony took 15<X\appJe boxes Id James Tulloch's at East Sound last week. Lane A: Moore are hauling out a boom of white fir logs for Spencer's null on I'.l.tkeiy. Mr. M«t/.!er has bought out Larkin I Savage. Mr. Savage has not decided 1 where he will go. Clarence Sluyter returned last Mon day to hi* work at Izette's camp on | Fidalgo island as cook. Miss Loretta N'ewhall was a passen« j ger'oii the Buckeye last Saturday for a ; lew days' visit In Whatconi. B. F. White went to Whatcom last Saturday on business. He took his little girl to (lie circus as well. W. N. Prindle, F. B. Fogg, Jonie and Joseph Eieddiok returned from a ' trip to the Olympic.'? last week. They report a most enjoyable time. WKSr SOUND ■. I Tin-r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 August 1903

Cbe San Juan Islander "... ' -. y ~ t at p*^ _^r "^1 '^^i ■ Hv lotxni. SATISFACTION AT ANY COST \\ .—--- ; — —— <; <$$$ SOPOSIS <4ESiff\ ii in f f •" rm mi Ml All m&mmlg IP t, it. N,mmm \ m^^^ ""UNDERSKIRrs-" „ ....... ~~ j[ Choice Sample Lot ;' Just Received at j! < Churchill's jj j! Largest Store in San Juan County <► '_ J HHHHHWH4M ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ 4 ♦ What You Pay • •■■:! For a thing is important, but what you get in - return for your money, is ten times more im- ♦ portant. In all lines of merchandise) the best ** costs more than the poorest. We don't keep * - the poorest, but wo keep the Best at the •- Lowest Prices* X ' _^ \• ■ i Leader In Dry Goods, Clothing rj A ]C"MO JT M I Shoes and Fiiriiishinsfs f"^. M. OLl^WLil^| +i+4 .^^^ >^4>4^4-f>4^>4O4-4-H'4-f4-H^4^^-4-4^^ *m>M**M«> w,**>i'**w**m ■■ i mmw* ■i«hi...». ■ rmm* tw Do You Wear Pants? I have a new lot of the latest style. Going at prices that will astonish you. Come E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 August 1903

The San Juan Islandet O. H. CIXTIK, Vdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Brief limmtrj »f I"*" Important Though not th« Lie«« Inter««tt«c. ■lappeatßS* of th» Week, rr«« All rwM of tfc* Worl*. The Hatninet <V lle< la directors have declared a dividend of $10 per kbare. Pope Pius X has givf:> $20,000 to be distributed among the pour of Home. General Miles is puugnpted as? a Dem ocratic candidate for governor of Massa chusetts. Xronblc »i paid to be brewing between the whfekf tJiiPt and the independent d'stillerp. BecaQM pome white m^n got into his watermelon patch an Alabama negro phot and wounded nine ol them. Forty people wer«- drowned l>y the collapse of the upper deck of a passen ger steamer on Lake Tykojarwi, Fin land. The brig G W. Inrin narrowly et caped destruction from tire shortly »fter starting from San Francisco for Pnget sound. Mount Vesuvius ip still in a state of active eruption, bnt it is believed the flow of lava will not reach any of the settlement...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 August 1903

VETERANS MABCH TEN THOUSAND IN SAN FRAN- CISCO PARADE. for Many of Them the Last Time They Will Be Seen in the Line. Illinois and lowa Have Very Large Delegations in the Line of March. San Francieo, Aug. 21.—Ten thou sand survivors ot the civil war passed in review yesterday, marching to the marttal tunes that inspired tnem to en deavor forty years ago. Above th« na. tional colors borne by every marcher proudly floated torn and tattered battle rla^. These, # witb empty sleeves and limping gait were eloquent reminders ol the sorrow and gloy of war. Unlike the parade of the previous day, with the quick marching time of youth, yes terJay's procession was the meased and gtesdv tread of age. As the different division! passed along waves oi senti ment passed over the marchers and f j,ectatorß. There were many still vig orai in line, but they waited for the weaker comrades and the column halt ed often on its two mile course. "It's my last march," said many a grizzly veteran, ac be started ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 August 1903

San 3uan Islander TIIK WLAHOEH CO., riil,li:!i»Tß. o. 11. CULVKRi ■ Editor mi<l Manager.| " Kntored at the p ■ ito '■■• in Friday Harbor as „..-. mii t claw mail matter. S,ll.Hnli.li..ii 1.-,-, - mUSO ivr Yfiir The Official Paper ol San Juan County. _ CU'bbirq List - To all subscribers paying one year in ndvanco (and arrears, i, any) the follow iig named publications an- offered, i<> jjuthcr with ill- :S!.ANI)i:K, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISLANDHK and St.iitk- rost-iiiu-lliironctr, semi-vreckiyi f?.oo Seattle Times,'weekly, ... - I.SO : Northwest Horticulturist - - - - I( M New Verk Tribune Farmer - ■ ■ J-^0 New Vo'rk Tribune Review .... 1.80 :.i-u York Tribune, ».ri-weekly, - ■ *»io ihii.ia-W.-k sM. Woi IJ, - - - •'■' ■ Ttilcdo Blade, . .... I-6? Detroit Free Press] Bemi-weckly, - - 2.00 ;■>. !•'. Kxaminer, weekly, ... 2.50 • l". Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2-00 Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - 2-15 Si. Paul Pioneer Vre*», weekly, - *•<*> Montreal ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 August 1903

v >&sESSSßamßmmmasßmssai9 1 DENTAL WORK! «tf _——- " g .-* t» May cost too much or be too cheap to 1 & carry quality. We make a moderate 1 V charge for strictly first-class service- our ( ii , ration* are as nearly painless as a per S '*"■ feet ■ ,iipment and modern methods can S> ' make them, and we guarantee the work ,* absolutely. I * HIGH J^^ $ 7.00 I \ GRADE imp)* 8.50 I g PLATES $10.00 1 X Painless extracting $ .50 fe p Gold fi11ing5......: $1.00 up I W. Bridge work... ...$5.00 up I g22 pi. gold crowns, $5.00 $6.00 § h EX.VMINATIOX FIJEE OF CnARGEfI EXAMINATION FREE OF CHAROEf* N M y „. , g 7 WIIATC DENTAL I | PARLORS • I |2 CLOVER BLOCK ... H whatcom, WASHINGTON | i E. K. ?IARPST # | Watchmaker and Jeweler ,5 J* I'OSTOFFICE - J3LX3CJ 0 < 1 GEO. S. WRIGHT, M. D. PHYSICIAN SURGEON OFFICE AND RESIDENCE Spring Street, - - Friday Harbor vTjTcAPROX, M. D. •PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office hours at Friauy Harbor: Kvrry Friday, from 9 h. in. to 12 m. at. the Bay view Hote...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 August 1903

NLY A* FARMER'S CHAPTER XVII. \ irert before the theatricals the Prin cess Z«?Hkoff, Lady Dora's old-time friend, arrived at the Court. Lady Dora was charmed to have her friend with her again. Coming every day to rehearse with Lady Dora, Winifred saw, with the ter rible Instinct Of jealousy, that the pale, beautiful, languid French woman loved the master of Haaell Court She watch ed them narrowly, not seeming to see them, and yel painfully cons.'ions of <-v ery word that passed between then* Bhfl fancied, and perhaps it w.is not only fan cy, that the old tenderness Mr. Hastings had shown for her was creeping Into his manner to tie Princess Zelikoff. He was always at her side now wh< n she role. When slie sang or when she »at apart frotn the rest of the company. Sometimes Winifred, stung with jealousy, would try the power of her old fascinations upon hint. She spoke to him in the low, soft roloe he would have given half be pos nessed to hear in the time that was past; she looke...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 August 1903

A Bad Stomach leg enetbe eefulneee and nanrs tht k,»ppb>«" of life. [t« B a weak stomach, a stomaoh that •a not properly perform its functions. 1 \mong »ts symptoms are distress • f.-r eating, nausea between meals, Mirtborn, belching, vomiting, flatu len-7 and "ervoUß headache. [food's Sarsaparilfd lure* a Dad etoma indigestion anc 1 Ivt-pep^'*l' an<* I*ie cure *8 PerDQanent. ' \r<e;>t no pubt-titote. Onion Gruel. put some onions to cook in cold water, let them boil for live minutes, then throw away the liquor and boil t]iem again In fresh water. When quite tender, drain thoroughly and squeeze t l]f. onions in a cloth to express the juice. Tress all through a hair sieve, warm up the pulp in a saucepan with butter, pepper and salt; add a little m ilk and let it reduce over the fire till It is the thickness you like. This story of wholesale desertions from the American fleet when it was a t Kiel makes rather unpleasant read ing. If true- ** BDOWS tuat service in the navy i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 August 1903

Lopez Island LOPKZ Mrs. Paine is home from' Whatconi. Mrs. C. T. Butler, son and daughter have returned from Seattle. Mrs. Frank Mann and daughter and „..,;,, of Port Townsend, are vjaiUnjc Mrs c. T. Butler and other friend^ on liOJtOZ. The Ladies' Aid met (Saturday, after noon with Mrs. J. P. Paine, whose oommodious home, though taxed to its full capacity, was equal to the ooa«ion. AliotJl forty were present, among them several visitors, viz: Mr. and Mr«. KhocUey and Mrs. Keeney, VVlmtooiu; Mm, Monfore, Dakota: Mrs. Mann, r«.ii Towiiseiiil; Mrs. Fliuk, Seattle. The work hour was spent In sewing, j afler which Mrs. I'aino served an e.\-, „.■!,.Hi lunch and ail enjoyed an hour uf social intercourse. The culinary de nartinciit of Mrs. Paine's homo ha.s air «n via I reputation and Mr. Paine in a j _;ood waiter. The next meeting will bl« with Mrs. Thornton, in two week*, j i'he Ladiesj' Aid, besides doing much ! good work, furnishes much social life! far the members and friends. PORT ST...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 September 1903

\^l/v VJilll JUilll JL&Ulllvlvl VOL. XIII. SATISFACTION AT ANY c6sT & Soros is JBM I ....QUEEN.... Bt i^ ■••■ Of m mm m J$L Br ... r U N D E *SK,*TS..... $1.50 to $3.50 Each Choice Sample Lot Just Received at Churchill's LARGEST Store in San Juan County +»<,♦+■♦♦♦♦♦+♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦•+♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦ t ♦+♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦+ iWhat You Pay I ▼ For a thing is important, but what you get in X return for your money is ten times more im 7 «* X portaut. In all lines of merchandise the best ' * f costs more than the poorest. We don't keep X the poorest, but wo keep the Best at the •-;; ♦ Lowest Prices* <> •♦■ ■ .. i . ~^ • . 4 + + -<► ♦ ) e:\dcr In Dry Goods, Clothing, DA Ip"M CC" l\l ♦ X Shoes and Furnishings I ■ r\m wEm I WC- I ■♦■ 1 . »Bi' . •'. - iaMfijiW T Do You Wear Pants? I have a new lot of the latest Btyle. Going at prices that will astonish you. Come Early. Shoes! Shoes! That wou't luake you feel like kicking the maker or dealer They would ontt you $3 50 uud $3.75 in Sea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 September 1903

The San Juan Islandei O. II ({'I.TIB, WHor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY •riof ««mm»ry it Ij+— Import»ai Thunfh not Um> !*•• Imter«atiim. SUpp«wta«« of the Week, fi ■« All r*rtt mi t^e WorM. The tMate left by Mrs. J. <*. Blame hap been appraieed at $2,000,000. The American Bar association is in annual convention at Hot Spring, Va. "".A cloadbunt at Council Bluffs. lowa, hap done an immense amount of dam age. Charles 11. Flint announces that be is forming a combine of box board fac tories. The Hock Inland freight houses at Chicago have been destroyed by tire. The IbM is half a million. I Over 300 Chinese were drowned dur ing a cloudburst near Che Fa, China. The property loss will reach many mil lions. Frasvr river eauners want the Cana dian government to order a closed eea •oo for salmon, owing to the poor run of fockeyes this eeason. Wayne McCloud, aged -•'. years, a copy reader on a San Francisco paper, shot and killed himself while walking with his fiance at Bereley, ...

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

BOUNDARY LINE ALASKA COMMISSION READY COR FIRST MEETING. Whole ControVersy, It Is Said, Turns Upon the Efforts of Canada to Se cure an Outlet to the Sea--- Amer ican* Representatives Will Resist This Contention. London, Aug. 30.—Secretary of War; Elibu Root, ex-Secretary of State John Foster, Hannis Taylor anu Judge John j If. Dickinson arrived at Liverpool on! the Celtic today for the meetings of the Alaskan boundary commission,j which will open in London September! 3 They were received at Liverpool by Mr. Pethrick, assistant United States dispatch agent, on behalf of the American embassy. The party | came directly to London, and on their; arrival they were met by Secretary j Carter of the United States embassy, j Mr. Root registered at the Hyde park hotel, while ,the other members of the party established themselves at the Carlton hotel. The Canadian com missioners also are here. United States Ambassador Choate j has arranged to give a dinner in honor of Secretary Root, at which a...

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