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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 September 1903

San 7uan Island OutntiW of Count? S*At \\ .n . \ YAM Xl Chas. Gefger, of Victoria, is visiting ill Bailer's. S. V Boyce's thresher will comnot « irk the first of n»*xt .■<■> sk. Buchanan & Wright - thresher Is ex-! peeted over from Lope? thin week. Mian May Madden has gone to Se at, if, where she will attend high school. Mr*. Mathesius/of Oreas iylnnd, has been visiting with her ■ .'Hi; ter, Mrs. | Uliaa. Peterson. Mr*. I' Flyiin Ml Batui '-• .■ or $an Kriiiicisco after ■ year'a v.', I with her daughter, Mrs. '' Mrtdden _ Mrs. Henry [lam t«! v (l children have returned to Seattle af|er a visit with Mr. i [aunah'a parents here. Another fisherman has arrived nt the hnuift' ol Benjamin, whose surname is Hannah; horn Tuesday morning, and "all .- well." Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. Xi ''' enter tained a large number of friends nt dinner Sunday in ho'ior of their first wedding anniversary. The Corner store has just received a new supply of shoes. Men 1 at $1.75 and $2.25 and women's at $...

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. — 24 September 1903

Ok San Juan Islander VOL. XIII. 0 SOROS I & I % fei^V/ BmmmQ^U E cm NmmaM I * ••■»lf l €/lAi /¥•••• £ ii|S ""UNDERSKIRTS.... <: $1.50 <o £3.50 facfi | t^^^^^^^^X Choice Sample Lot < > ./•«# Rccoivod at 5 Churchiirs ji •• jt 4 ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦ ♦♦4^4-M- ♦♦♦♦♦ ♦tM ♦♦ ♦♦♦M♦ HM ♦ ♦ What You Pay I 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..we keep the Best at the Lowest Prices. ',: Leader in Dry Goods, Clothing^ Q[k ,|t . I IT". |VI £* CM " Shoes and Furnishing f~ m ir\. vJ id- IN O EL I^l X f»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ •♦♦♦ ♦♦ » ♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Do You Wear Pants? I have a new lot of the latest style. Going at prices that will astonish you. Come Early. • •V- ' : Shoes! Shoes! ; That wou't make you feel like kicking the maker or deafer . ; They would cost you $3 50 and $3.7; in Seattle, but you c...

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. — 24 September 1903

The San Juan Islandei O. 11. CIL.VKK. Fditor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS 01 THE DAT llri< I Summary of Less Important Though not tho Loss Interesting, Happenings of the Week, From All J'arw of the "World. Louisiana Kice crop is paid to be ex ceptionally largo this year. El Paao, Texas, has been chosen as tin' next meeting place of the National Irrigation Congress. Independent Democrats of New York city have en dor Bed the candidacy of Mayor Beth l-nw for a second term. Tho eub-coniuaittee of the royal jcom minion on Loudoa itreet tratlic to Study American street railway systems, sailed for New York Friday. ]srigadier General Baldwin, com manding the Department of the Colo ndo, In hiß annual report urges the re estahliHhment of the army canteen. The Governor of Missouri has offered a reward of $- r>oo for the apprehension of D. J. Kelly, alUged legislative agent of the baking powder trust. Kelly ia charged with bribery. It is reported that the San Francisco Call has changed hands...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 September 1903

TO ENFORCE LAW NOTICE GIVEN MASTERS OF SHIPS FROM FOREIGN PORTS. Officers of Immigration Bureau at port Townsend Issue Inetrnc- tions--Master to Be Held Re sponsible for Detention on Board of Sailors. Port Towneend, Sept. 21.—The sailor business in Port Townsend hae received what appears to be a body blow through the issuance of instructions from the immigration oureau to the local ship apents that hereafter the master* of craft arriving from foreign ports will be held responsible for the detention on board oi snch sailors as arrive. The law is not new, but has never been in forced before and will work a material hardship both on the mercan tile marine and the local immigration foices, for while there is no law to pre vent a sailor coming ashore who intends to at once reship and leave the coun try, if his intentions be otherwise he will have to be shadowed by the immi gration officials until his evident ambi tion to evade the law beomes apparent. He will then be arreeted and deporte...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 September 1903

pan jfuan Islander Till: ISI.ANOKK CO.. Publisher*. O, H. CUI.YHK Kditor aud Manager. Entered at the postoflleo in Friday Miritor as second class mail matter. !^7»7rr»pt>..u Price. - *'" r»° l>r Ye"r fbi Official Paper ot "San Joan Conaty. _■ Clubbing List »- To all subscribers paying one jreaj In advance (and arrears, If any) the follow i ■; namod publications arc offered, to-, gether with the [SL-ANDEIt, at the com bination prices quoted, vi/..: ISLANDER and S'-ntt'.e Post-Intelligencer, semi-weekly, $200 <, 'tie Times, weekly, - '-So KorthWrst HoiticaUurist - l-6° \. * York Tribune Farmer - • - ISo New York Tribune RevieW - J-So 'jNcw York Tribune, '.ri-weekly, • ■ ••*• Thrice'-a-Week N. V.Vorld, - - ■ 2-°° ,•„:, 1 . Blade, ..-•■•• X.60 I Detroit Free pri », •< Bi-weekly - - 200 s. !•". F.xaruiner, weekly, - ' - • -5° s. F. Itullctiu, Sunday edition, - - w» Chicago in:. r-Oo an, [weekly, • 2.1-, s:. Paul Pioneer Pi yu, weekly, - s-°° Montreal Family Herald and stay - ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 September 1903

$$ •■ ■■'; ■■■■.■ ■■■''/ ■■• I DENTIL WORK S s^ -.- ._ . ■ a May cost too much or be too cheap to P carry quality. We mate a moderate § charge for strictly first-class seryice; our % operations are as nearly painless asa per d feet equiPment and modern methods can 1 make them, and we guarantee the work * absolutely. I HIGH $ 7.00 1 GRADE 4£^ $8.50 I PLATES $10.00 i „.„.„..... - - ■ -•■■■ I Painless extracting .50 I Gold fillings $1.00 up I . Bridge work „ ...........$5.00 up I 22 pt. gold crowns, $5.00 $6.00 * £ EXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE I ' I IVHATCQM DENTAL | PARLORS *^ CI.O\ BLOCK I WHATCOM, WASHINGTON i;. F. HARPST Watchmaker and Jeweler PQSTOiF'ir'ICIG - BLD© GEO.S. WRIGHT, M. I). PHYSICIAN {AND SURGEON OFFICE AND RESIDENCE Spring Street, - - * Friday Harbor yXc APRON, M. d. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office hours at Friauy Harbor: Every Friday, from 9 a. 111. to 12 m. at 'the Bay View Hotel Headquarter, - - ROCHE HARBOR mTf. J. tan kirk special Practice Limited Eye, Ear, Nose and ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 September 1903

ipfHeContrsbandist; »| <t ** ~™ ' OF %>> >t i ° " —~ THF IS % #"^ I 'JP 9 ■ J! 8 TTH x^Cv One Life's Secret! a s% I — -$$ CHATTER I. It was Just niter tin' close of ■ some what suitiv spring <lay. when the Count l.nuis d'Artoil took his way along the lonely tad gloomy path leading through the vcrv heart <<( a deep forest lying t<» warda 111• > wuth <'f Prance, and noi far Ciuni tin' beautiful winding! <>f the Rhone. He vraa young certainly not more than five-and-twenty; of a Blight ami elegant figure, yet with nerves and sinews that liii-lit have well become many a one of itouter frame and broader shouldera; with a tine bead, a proud and noble brow, about which curled silken masses of ra ven hair; .lark, earnest hazel eyes, a ■lightly aquiline nose, and lips somewh.it compressed, shaded by a curling mons tache, ainl showing, at a glance, the ftrm nesa and decision of his character. Tho whole countenance, with its delicate, fine ly cut. yet noble f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 September 1903

The Itch Fiend That is Salt Rheum, or *Eczema—en-; {the outward manifestations of scrof-. nl'lt comes in itching, burning, oozing, , _ in j, an.l scaling patches, on the face. &l,h»nd«, legs or body. - It cannot be cured by outward apph ntioue—the blood must be rid of th( impurity to which it is due. [food's Sarsaparillc Hal cured the most persistent and difTi ult ca-es. Accept no substitute foi flood's substitute acts like it. bdiSTIPATTON »i hat* ««■• ** **5M »» a time withont • ernes* of **• *•*•"' not being able to m \im except by using; hot water Injection!. X!? n.ie eonttlpation for «ev«n yeart placed me In "'terrible co»*itto«; during tnat time I did eT • hirtf i heard of butneYer found any relief; snob err .mTtaw B ,tU 1 began nitng CASCABETB. I ". have trom o«e to three passages a day. a»d If I D . rich 1 we«l« gl»« 91O0JBO for each movement; II " lirlUti - ATLMEU L. HUNT, wf "^ JPv f* ATI lAff?Tl^ \3SSb. TRAD! ma«« »I«I»TBIUI>^^^/ i>iML«&nt. Palatable. Potent...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 September 1903

\ San Juan Island \ X Out sU« of County O«At C SAX JUAN TALLJBT Mr. Beigin is ported very ill. Lota of new good,! received at th« Corner store-Dry Good*, Shoss, etc. Mrs. If. M. Chines is visiting., her daughter, Mr*. Derrinberg, at Siduey, Ji. C. I. Katz came over from Port Town send Monday to look after his farms here. „ The Misses Wood, of Loge?, Jiave been visitliij; their brothsr,Chas, Wood, for several days. , . r Mr. and Mrs, A Sweeney rpent sev oral days during the \y«ek visiting Mr. and Mr*, O. Jt. Boycs. N , . Buchanan and , Wright's .thresher came over fr9m Lopes Monday and commenced work at Heidenreich'a Tuesday. P. Gorman and his nephew, H .Joe, \ who have been very ill with tyMtioid \ fever, are both getting along nicely and will soon be able to be out. School is to begin In Dist. No. 2 Oct. 5, with Mrs. C. W. Hammond as teach* er. I. K. Peterson has made the dis trict a present of a line new stove. The Corner store has just received a new supply of shoes. Men's at $1....

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

x^i/v wall IM<III JLOI<*I Ivivl vO L. XIII. LARGE INVOICE OF Staplo Dry Goods and Men's Furnishings Just Racei'••> dat Churchill's •' ; m am ■ u.ljl_ • • * jWhatYouPay f I For a thing is important, but what you get in J|J t return for your money is ten times more im- <• f portant. In all lines of merchandise the best costs more than the poorest. We don't keep *[ X the poorest, but we keep the Best at the * - ♦ Lowest Prices. \ 1* ♦ '; . . • ■■■I 4- —~~_ «* HK ♦ • ** ♦ Leader la Dry Goods, ClotUing, Q Jt ifNQF f Shoos and Furnishings I , r\ m VC*INV#C» IH 1 X ... ', ■J ■ „ .'; msm Do You Wear Pants? I have a new lot of the latest style. Going at prices that will astonish you. Come Early. Shoes! Shoes! That won't make you feel like kicking the maker or dealer They would cost you $3 50 and $3.73 in Seattle, but you can get 'eiu here for $3.00. G. B. DRIGGS CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY Is Prepared to Fill Orders for all kinds of Rough [and Dressed "^ I shingles lF^r at Lowest Ma...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 October 1903

The San Juan Islands! O. H. * I v I I. Kditor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. KEWSOFTHEDAY Briel Summary of Less Important Though not tho Ijcss Interesting, Happenings of tho Week, From All I'arts of the "World. Soufriore volcano is again active. Cardinal Gibbons has returned to Baltimore from Romo. The president haa approved the Ha waian bond \mmt of |1,229,100. Hanked Rrobbers held up a Burling ton expr«M car near St Jo6eph, Mo. The Wontern Union is uping girls to break a strike of messenger boya at Chicago. President Roosevelt has returned to Washington from his summer borne at Oyater Bay. Reports are again current that tho Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul road will build to the coast. A noond Ron has been born to (ien eral and Mrs. PoottOO. The second eon is to be called Frederick, Jr. Tho older eon was named for General Mac- Arthur, of Philippine fame. An investigation shows that babies are born at the rate of one every four minutes in the neighborboood of Hous ton Htroet and about one a m...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 October 1903

GIVEN A SURPRISE K( >G EDWARD TAKES HAND IN CABINET CRISIS. Said to Be Using His Power of Veto in a Very Unexpected Man ner and Will Kii'uso to Allow Any Unfit Man to Serve—Army Scandals to Be Probed. London, Sept. 25.—The political cri o j* lias taken on a phase which lends to the present situation a historical and constitutional importance of almost un precedentod in*ereßt. The king has In terfered, not unconstitutionally nor be yond tin 1 powers vested in the crown. bat in the exercise of his prerogative to mi extent never dreamed of in the Vic torian era. Premier Balfour'a continued presence a t Balmoral haa given rise to much cur mi?? ainl comment, but the Associated press is able to state definitely that it i t the king's determination not to aa sen t to the formation of a new cabinet unless entirely satisfied that its person nel and combination is such as to m eure the efficient carrying out of na tional affairs pending tae resumption o f parliament. For years prevoius cab...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 October 1903

San jfuan Islander tut. b..\>i)i;i; CO., rui»ii>ii<T». O. n. CUI.VKR Kditor and Manager. Entered at tho postoffleo in Friday Ilnr ii as second emm in "I matter; Bnbucrlpttsn l'rloo, - *l- r»O ..l' r v'"r The Official Paper oi SanJnanJkmnty. _, Clubbing l-.st =- To all subscribers paying one year in advance (and arrears, if any the Follow ug iiann>.l publications »re otFered, to (r.thor with the ISLANb!:K, at the e<>in bination prices quoted, \ i/..: ISI.ANPKK atld s ftttle Post-Intelligencer, semi-weekly, $?.oo Seattle Times, weekly, .... 1.81 Northwest Horticulturist .... 1.60 New York Tribune Farmer - - - t.Bo Ne« York Tribune Review - ... r.Bo ,\iu York Tribune, «ri ireeklyi - - *.t» Thrice-a-Week N. v. World, - - - 2.00 Toledo Blade, ■ l.«o Detroit Free Press, geml-werkly, - - 3.00 S F. Kxaminer, weekly, ... 8.5" S. I-. bulletin, Sunday eiiition, - - 2-<>" Chicago liitvr-oeean, weekly; - z.ij St. Paul Pioneer Press, weekly, - 00 Montreal Family Herald and...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 October 1903

"dsntal work i r===— ■ •■■•■- .. ",. r ;..~~ j May cost too much or be too cheap to I cany quality. We make a modeiate : charge for strictly first-class rice; our j operations are as nearly painless per j feet equipment and modern method* can \ make them, and we guarantee the work • absolutely. HIGH 17.00 I GRADE m&^ $8.50 ■ PLATES $10.00 ■ 5 Painless extracting $ .50 j Gold fillings $1.00 up - Bridge work $5.00 up i b ....... I 22 pt. gold crowns, $5.00 $6.00 j EXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE _ I WIIATCOM DENTAL j PARLORS ' -, '. CI.OVEU HLOCK . I WHATCOM; WASHINGTON WHATCOM, WASHINGTON IE. F. HARPST . i "5 Watchmaker, Jeweler and ; ; js ENGRAVER ■ ■ | 1^ Friday Harbor I UEO. S. WRIGHT, M. I). l'livsicTAN ;and surgeon- OFPXCS AND residing:; Spring Street, - - Irida/ Harbor vTj. CAPRON, m: D. I'HYSICIAN AND SURGEON Olflce liours at Friday Harljoi: Evrry h'riiiav, from 9 a. ra. to '2 m. ul 'the Bay View Hotl Headquarters, - - > RCCHB H.RBOK DR. F. jTYAN KIRK special Practice I,iini...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 October 1903

Ipfjie Contrabandist; jkr! <S OR _ ' OF fx< Sx =~ °R—~"—" ' THE f < I flnp \\\?\ Spßrßt' so^ Hn UilU LllO 0 UUUIUII FRANCE | >>| . x^/^^^s^v * < CHAPTER 11. It was, perhaps, at tlu> distance of half a league from the cottage of Ilutrli La monte that the Chateau Montauban Btonri. It was situated «>n a rocky and abrupi eminence, overlooking the valley below, when- a small village looked more like the miniature group of dolls' houses which children play with than the ordi nary babitations «>f ordinary men. while the stream that wound its way along at the t'<">t «ii' the hills was nothing more than a mere thread "f silver. On the nijrht ..f the attack <>n Count Louia there were two persona seated in the library of this chateau; the one ;i l.iily. with beautiful ana i ewhai strik- Ing features, a tall and graceful figure, nn<l ;i bearing :it once haughty and capti vatiug. Mademoiselle Montauban was n person <>f strong feelings, of «1«-« -t»...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 October 1903

Dragged'boivn Feeling In the loins. Nervousness, unrefreshing sleep, despon dency. . It is time you were doing something. The kidneys were anciently called the reins—in your" case they are holding the reins and driving you into serious trouble. Hood's SarsaparUla \cts with the most direct, beneficial effect on tlie kidneys. It contains the best and. safest substances for correcting and toning pse organs. BESTFKTIi »rm haven't a regular, healthy movement of thf bowels eTery day, you're Bick. or will be. Keep roui howels open. and be well. Force. In the shape o£ ilolent physic or pill poison. is dangerous. The moothest. easiest, most perfect way of keeping U* towels clear and cle&aU to tako IS WL "" fil CATHARTIC THAOI MARK REOISTIRED Pleasant. Palatable, Potent. Taste Good. Do Good Biver Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe. 10c, 600. Writ. for free samp.c, ami booklet on oealm. Address Sttrllng Rcmedj Company, CWcigo, BootrMl, KawSocb. 322: KEEP YOUB BLOOn CLF» THE SEATTLE AUCTION, FEED AND...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 October 1903

Orcas Xoland DOK BAI AM> Ol «..\ Jeff D. M »ore Iris i, - phone in oper ation at hi" Btore :«t <>!::». Mr. and Mrs. Q. N< ulverhavebeen -j.fiHii m: a few day ■ In Whatcona. lYtf*r Boderbom is- dryine a few prune* al G. N. Culver's. The heavy rams huve nearly spoiled thn « rop. Mi«s Palnier, of Lynden, opened Pfhooj last Monday in the I}oV Bay di-trict. She is boarding with the Missei Aikon. Mr. ai d Mr-. C. 8. Willis Mid Miss A. 11. AiUen want to .1. G. Chappell'a piacvon Lumml Island iaai Saturday in Bruce Willis' schooner Ailsa. Mi. Witlia brought back 15,000 Bhinglw. [ftronbled wHli a weak digestion try Qhamberlaln's Si.miaHi and Liver Tnl> lKs. They will do you good. Por unle by nil drugging and dealers in patont uiedlciues. ORCAS Conrad Boede is belpiug Geo. Meyer j)Hck apples. Guy Harris left Monday t" work for the Island Lime Co. MisN Mary Hammond \% attending JiiL'li School at BaiM Sound. The Neighborly club nipt Sunday. A danoe will be given the laet of Octo ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 October 1903

Cbe San Juzn Islander VOL. XIII. LARGE INVOICE OF Staple Dry Goods and ' Men's Furnishings Just Rocehed at , Churchill's ■ > -if . . <, + + +++++ ♦ ♦ ♦ f 4 ♦ ♦ ♦♦++++++40 ■»♦♦*♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦»♦♦♦•»♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦+♦ "*" , ' + j -/hat You Fa.y I i •, :■,. I ♦ For a thing is important, but what you get in 1 X return for yoiir money is ten times more im- *• ■♦■ portant. In all lines of merchandise the best J[ ♦ costs more than the poorest. We don't keep f/. X tho poorest, but we keep the Best at the <■ ♦ Lowest Prices. J; ♦ ■■'■ ■" ♦ ~~~- . i "*■ < ' «► ♦ Leader in Dry Goods, Clothing, P} . A ISTS^BCrWf X Shoes and Fiiniishiii^s jn ■ f"\. vl C- B^B Lll I t f ": L--"Luiij--'iL-jii"-"L"-rr-11-"^ **-- "■: "^ You Don't Heed I To Pay Extravajrant PrISM for Groceries. ■ There arc no bsttlT j?oods in the market tliau ; we sell, mid no prices —r€ reasonable. i With our superior brand of teas . : TIIO peoplo well roinnrk, Wegenorally "aim to pleue, ! ' And always "hit the mark." G. B. DEIGGS - '...

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

The San Juan Islandet O. U. riILVBR, Kd'tor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. M\SUJ< 1 TillS DAY BHel Summary of Ijpss Important Though not the Less Interesting, Happening* of the Week, Prom All farts of the "World, Rhode Inland Democrats have nomi nated L. C. F. darvin, of Cumberland, for governor. W. A. Gaston has been nominated by the Democratic convention for governor of Massachusetts. At tie annual meeting of the board of Uracton of the Oreogn Railroad and Navigation Company, at Portland, all the old director! were re-elected. Miss Marion Jones, daughter of for mer I uited States Senator Jone?, ol Nevada, was married to Robert Far qiihar, of New York city Sept. 89. Former Senator Jones gave the bride away. Harry K. Devereaux, mayor of Hpringfleld, IHh., has been indicted by the grand jury of Sauagmon county on rive eountl, charging malfeasance ill office in permitting the operation of gam hi ing houses, slot machines in fia loons and otl er places, and pool rooms. The wcreatry of the int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 October 1903

HIS MANIFESTO E \ - SECRETARY CHAMBERLAIN PUBLISHES A PAMPHLET In Which He States His Fiscal Pol fy.-Derides C Free Trade and De clares the Only Hope of the Em pire Is in Closer Touch With Colonies. London, Oct. s.—Former Colonial Secretary Chamberlain has published a manifesto forcibly enunciating the car dinal features of hie fiscal policy The aggressive attitude which Mr. Cham berlain adopts is certain to add much bitterness to a controversy that alrexdy ra^s with a vigor almost unequaled in the history of British politics. Mr. Chamberlain not only reiterates his belief that the federation of the empire depends upon fiscal retaliation, with its consequent taxes upon Eng land's food, but openly classes the out and-out Cobdenitee with the "little Knglanders," whom he derides with all the force of ridicule and argument, of which he is such a master. Hie four and a half pages of preface to the pamplhet iv which C. A. Vince, secretary to Mr. Chamberlain's tariff organization, summariz...

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