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

Lopez loland LOPKZ Oair Work- ami little son have re turned from .Seattle. Mr. ami Mrs. ButtM are li« vie from San Juan island. Mm. N"orton and little il'iuirhter, of Anacortea, »r« itoppiiiK a» I'l- "v* cott's. Austin Andrews lefl Monday of. tlim week for Port Huron, Mich. Harvey Boardsloy l»ft for hfa old home at Elysiun, Minn., Monday. If ra. Wak«feld t o\ Deer rjlmrUor, is visiting at ta« home of Vi. und Mrs*. Paine, Mrs. Ben Lichjanberg (jarae home from San Juan Satunlav, In r iatiicr, Mi. Buckley, accompanying her. [ftroubled will, h weak rtl»«Htion try Chauilwrluin'H Mlf>iiinc*li nd Liver Tab lets. They w ill do >'■"'• •-"" '• ' <"' >ll(J by mII drugginta and dealers iv patent !n> dicim 8. PORT si AM XV James tfackwell Im working in Ana* fortes. Qeorge Coffell iias returned from Anaeortes. Mm. Hackwell and Nettie Brown ntade ■ trip to Aua«ori« i lasi week. Miss Nettie Brown );•- viKttiug her bister, Mrs. Andrews, n1 Wwt Sound. E. .1. i ivis relumed fn»iii .Arca...

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. — 29 October 1903

THE SAN JUAN ISLANDER VOL. XIII. 'laHqe inwqwe of -— ■ . - -—*- - Sta&ie Dry Goods and j| i Mew's Furnishings y Just Recah*'d at GBsupchiii's I ;Ladies Will Find, j THK LATEST CREATIONS IN' - X ... Waist Patterns... i Flannel and Mercerized. '/, \ ... Dress Flannels ... :: Choice Colon, „, I ... New Prints ... I ► " ]:,- Handsome and Serviceable—at . . '/, I Leader M Dry «o*K ri«|]il»|r, | £■ PMj Q> E" J& J ' C^ ; - Shod suid Fr.r.iisliinirs V tL» 5i \i <J &— ■ W* * ■i pi ■■■■, n. M |,| _xA'a*j '^ j^-j, _,_ „,, , ii i imiii " '" r ' „,..- .„■ ..,■.-.,..., ..-.—■ i........».—.- ■: | [You Don't Heed • ] To Pay Extravagant Prfces for GrowrJw, I j There are m better goods in tlio market than \ j we 11, and no prices sjore reasonable. , I I . With onr sttperlor brand of teas 5 The peoplo.woll remtrUi ! We generally "aim to please," [ / And always "hit the mark. 1 I . . . G. 8.. DRIGGS \ ;••■• L— ■ ~ ...V/^,.-..V-.,..-. lu^TW s^ """ , k "CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY" is Prep...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 October 1903

The San Juan Islandei <>. 11. <TI.VKK. K«l!tor. FRIDAY HAR BOR WASH. NEWS Oi 1 THE DAY P.rit-I Summary of liPM linpwrtam Thongb not the Ijchs Intereattna:, Happenings of the Week, From All i'arts of he World. The biennial convoutinn ot the I'ni reraalisi charcb ie in Bemioa at Wash inglon. F. <;. Bigelow of Milwaukee, has been elected president of the National Banker's Apsuciation. The Minneapolis Cold Storage Com pany has failed with $400,000 liabili ties and half that amount of apseta. The Oregon Railroad A: Navigation Company has installed i complete din ing tar service on all through trains from Tort land ea.st. The war department hap authorized th<- construction of a guard bonse on the Tartar Wall at Peking, China, for ilie uf«' nf tlu> soldiers etationed in that city, as a legation guard. A. T. Johnson, pod of a well known pioneer crpitalist of Portland, has been sentenced to BVB yean in the peniten tiary for 'highway robbery. Johnson confessed that he, accom...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 October 1903

SHIELDED GRAFT SENATORS MIXED UP IN WEST- ERN LAND SCANDALS. \ot Accused of Instigating Frands but It Is Said They Have Sought to Shield the Crafters-Develop ments Expected to Be of Highly Sensational Nature. Washington, Oct. 26.—The interior department has now for the first time officially admitted the truth of the re ports of gigantic land frauds in Wash ington, Oregon and California. It is stated that the report of the special in vestigation is aWit ready. The devel opments will cause a greater sensation than has been supposed. The land in volved is millions of acres in extent and the value of the timber is enor mous. It is known that the names of several senators and representatives are associ ated with the scandals, not as having directly instiigated the frauds, * but as having Bought to shield the land graft ers from justice. If some of the indict inentß against the guilty persons are brought in the District of Columbia, as in likely to be the case, developments are expected t...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 October 1903

6an 3fuan Islander t IK I9LANDHU CO.. Publl»h»r«. O. H. C.'I.VKK, Hd\t >: nin'. Mauagcr. Kilt • V'l :'.i , •■,• poslotfico in b'riday H I-'. >-.is . mil clws iuail matter. PtlKcriiiSlnrr Price, - CU.ao'Pcr'.Venr Tj3 Official Paper ol San Jatn County. _* CU,*bblniJ List m- To all subsoril >rx pn.vi : on« year in n lvahre (iin«l »rrr>i«r«, if iiuv) the follow ii- ; Miimo.l publications are oirorwl, to e thor >.vii!i the is\. AXi»i-:>;, .i; the com- I , i itioti prices quotodi viz.: i •i.ay;'!;;; nnd « itiic I'wiit tiitcUigcuccr, »emi-weekly, |3.00 I •-. - - ■ " '•' Kurtluvest Horticulturist .... i.r« New York'.Tribiiiic. Farmer - • - '-8o j ;.> a Yiv'k rrih"H'J Kn'inv • - - • I.So j Ijw York i"ril^un-.\ »ri-wcekly, - ■ '•"» T ire( a V\rk N. V. World, - - - 2-"° To'.cdo [Jin Ie, ------ -'■r><> I' tr.iit Hrec RresSj semi-weekly, - - -•"" P. F. Kxaniitier, ■■■•.- - ■ - ?-£° r inn i:-i>.\y, o< ■;■• i- R -•'• '"■■ Of the ninety ineiiibir/of the L'uited &...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 October 1903

j DENTAL WORE I **■ ft i!v May cost too much or be too cheap to ,|. \ carry quality. We*-make a moderate | r=i c i, ar ge for strictly first-class service;' our ; | t operations arc as nearly puinl. ssa»i\ per •£ « f . ct equipment and modern methods can X * ni.tk*-" them) and we guarautee the \.ork 2 i S aiiwlitely. " . "I tt'/itt .©7 An jjj. • iiilju 0> l-wUi || i • I'.iinl«s9 extracting 5 .oO , |- ;; Gold fillings' ..........SI.OO up | I' nridge"work .....$5.00 up ■ Hridge work $5.00 up I r- 2-2 pt.uold crowns, $5.00 $6.00 | " _____ . | H ~~C^~~p: * r J;. < .'. « J- EXAMINATION FRKE OFCaAKGE I % I V/EUTCOM DENTAL \ k * PARLOUS ; 1 * ' I ;■»: CLOVEB BLOCK Pf ;"; WHATCOM, WASHINGTON i] < I |E. F. HARPST | 5 VVatchmaker, Jeweler and g; £N£R. AVER, 1=: I Friday Htirtor I - ■ .npfffHM WjftfflWttJQlWt -.VHMMfI tiilC.S. WRIGHT, M.D. i :, VSICTAN 5-\ XI) SI EON ; OFFICB AND KKSID.tNCK vrni!' -„,. t, - - I'ndcy,Harbor V.J. lAPUON, M. D. V I f YSIA N AN I) wtrRGKOK o..ir hour* at ...

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

j The Contrabandist; M\ HJLiie'sSecret! ±| CHAPTER VI. A month passed. Louis had Intended to leave the rhateiaa nt the expiration of ii month. I; went by, but still he lingered; and, as lie had no pressing business else where, he s.ii'l t.i himself that the sum mer might wear away well here as in places where he might not like so well to stay. Su he was in no hurry to depart. Time passed very pleasantly at the chateau. A great portion <>f li i» days was jms-.'il Indoors, In the society of his nu de and liis beautiful couain Helen; and the remainder was spent in the open air. in the pursuit of liis favorite amuse ments. Louis was as fond »f sketching ii-. erer, and nearly every morning he might have been scon roving about the neighborhood in search of food for his pencil, as we have already seen him, re turning at noon, to display to Mademoi selle Montauban the result of liis labor; though, on the first occasion of this kind, it must be allowed that the exhibition of his sketch...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 October 1903

Scrofula jt B commonly inherited. pew are entirely free from ft, pale, weak, puny children art ifllu ted with it in nine cases out of ten, and many adulta suffer from it. Common indications are bunches in ♦he neck, abscesses, cutaneous erup tions, inflamed eyelids, sore ears, ri ts, catarrh, wasting, and general debility. feed's Sarsaparllla and Pills •radicate it, positively and absolute ly This statement is based on the thousands of permanent cures the6e pediciuei have wrought. « Mv daughter had scrofula, with eleveu lores on her neck and about her ears. Hood'a Sarsaparilla was highly recommended and Ke took it and was cured. She is now in |0O j healtH." Mrs. J. H. Jokes, Parkex City. Ind. Hood's 6araaparilla promises to cure and keeps the promise. EAD ACHE •■loth iht wife and myself hsnre been mliiK CASCARETS and they are the best .■".<• we have ever bad In the house. Last see. my wife was frantio with headache for nvpiUvii sue tried some of CASCARETS, md they rellered the pai...

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

Lopez XaUnd RICHARDSON Will Hanwni has r.nnily returned I to iii> iiome at Ceujerville. Mr-. Gertrude Hodgson ami «on ' Ki-mk were iv Soiiltlfu few days last j I-M.iie Buchanan was hurl quiti; '■ »d --1; wiiile wbrkingon the thresliin iwa chine ■ few di\ •■■:"■ .„. • : Miss May S.»veiiey, of Kri'A'.y -ilnr- j hor, viMtf.i her emisin, M|t» Nellie J Sweeney, the pas( nek. . . The R .v;< 1 £Coij£hbora gay? a play j al ,d social Wednesday cv.-jiui:.. nf last j w-ek which was a success Bnnncially] ttnd socially. The receipts were $40. j MrsThos. 1 i »ton waa very pk*ns ttiitly surprised la>l Friday i»v« iiinif by her friends nnd i-.-lMtivcs. Khe was Lhe ; recipient of several beautiful presents}/! Theodore Haraldson and Mis* Ffan- i nth M. Hans »n were marrWd ye'ateM ,1 v i.Wedn. - lay at .the home of the i,,. | t ,'fl pareutM Mr. and Mrs. F. Hau- S'l'l . TheWhonl has --:,••',■ I in ver • nicelj wMli an ci rollnu'Mi ■■: -•.'. Till) pupils in both room* art' very much Interested ...

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

Ox San Jmn Islander VOL. XIII. LARGE INVOICE OF * Staple Dry Goods and Men's Furnishings Just Received at t Ghgar®hiil's t^» ♦♦++♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ *fHHH4O +^^++^M"»4"H"f+++>++<H-+- Ladies Will Find \ £2l _-:/----^= -.ir=~ _= =^=—- ■ . I THE LATEST CREATIONS IN * h... Waist Patterns : Flannel and Moreen * ... Dress Flannels L . A : Choice Colors. ... New Prints ... : Handsome and Serviceable—at « Leader in Dry Goods, Clothing, IFWQFN ? Q • ; Shoes and Furnishings ULi)9 W L I^l **J ; Ton Don r f Heed To Pay Extravagant Trices for Groceries. There arc m better goods in the market than we soil, and no prices more reasonable. With our superior brand of teas The people well romirk, We generally "aim to please," And always "hit the mark." G. B. DRIGGS CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY Is Prepared to Fill Orders for all kinds of Rough land Dressed LUMBER ,35.1 SHINGLES_| s at Lowest Market Prices WEST SOUND; ° fflce *'- M'U at WASHINGTON Tourist and Bay View Hotels W. H. McCRARY. Proprietor Leading Ho...

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

The San Juan Islander O H. CI'LVER, Editor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE UAf Brlel Summary of l*eaa Ini«>ortam Though not the IjCSB Interesting, Happenings of the "Week, Prom All X'arts of he "World. Federal Judge Morris M. E?tee, of the Honolulu district, is dead. The general conference of the I'ni verealist church has chosen Minneap olis for the meeting place in 15*05. The works of the JohnionjForge Com pany, at Wilmington, D«l.i have been destroyed by lire. Lose, $126,000. Capt. Coulson, in conimand of the revenue cutter Hugh McCallocb, largest of the revenue fleet for teveral years, has been retired. A thousand canners at the Union stock yards, Chicago, have sjrmk on UOAOnt of the refasai of a demand foj h 16 per ceat increase in wages. The Berlin Tage'ilatt reports that the lierman steamship August, with a car go of Naptha aboard. bM been destroy ed bj lire in th,> mid-Atlt»ntk'. Twenty persons perished. Lord (ioshen is to he elected to the chancellorship of Oxford uni...

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

■ABSORBED" CASH CHARGES MADE AGAINST MOR- GAN AND SCHWAB. Kep°rt °* Reoeiveil James Smith, jr., Filed With Federal Judge Kirkpatrick Accuses Morgan and fichwab, and Recommends That They Be Assessed. Xew York, Nov. 2.— J. Pierpont Morgan, Charles M. Schwab, Col. J. J. Mi Cook aud other apostles of "mod ern" financial methods are arraigned severely by Receiver James Smith, Jr., in hii report of the United States Ship building Company's affairs, which has been completed for filing with United States Circuit Judge Kirpatrick in Trenton. Receiver Smith states that Charles M. Schwab, J. Pierpont Morgan, Her man Satterlee, Morgan's son-in-law, and several vendors or controlling own ers for constituent companies received bomls and stock for which no equiva lent was ever paid the United States Shipbuilding Company. His report charges that Schwab and Morgan alone received $20,000,000 preferred and common stock, for which they abso lutely rendered no equivalent. He strongly recommends that all...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 5 November 1903

San jfuan Islander Till. I3L.ANDKH CO.. PttWi«her». O. H. CULVER, ISultor •'uul Mr.nnßer.. r-Eiitored at the postofflee in Friday Harbor .is second class nir»il matter. ... . art ri\ I»»,.. Viinv Subscription I';lr<-, - !*l"'° ' " _'j'" Tiie Official Paper ot San inJJwnty. _ Clu'bKng Ua» - To all suhs.fr-1.(•!■•< paying oho year in : ndvnnee (and nrrcars, if. tmy) »''« allow- ! ii- li.r.n ■! publications aro offered, t»» --p-th.r \> ili'. tho ISIiANOKK, at the con ";",-;::;y;;S ;r""' viz-: PcatHe rost-Intellivr^nctr, semi-weekly, «?.oo . . - i i - etrkly X- I^Kianiintr.^ekly, -,- - - 2.;0 h. K. ru^clin. SMU.lay o! .:■>„, - - 2.00 C!uo.i;.« Inter-Ocean, weekly, . • a.T.s }-,l. r.mi Pioneer l'rcssi, weekly '■ 2.00 Montreal Family Herald and Star S^^^ ' ■"" " " ' I. 1 'i -- : ' C.»iH«»l :■: - ■ - fl.lo llaiivi 1). Mn.lrlV.itlc. - ... t'■ Csiitury Matrazitic, - - •'' • • - 4-S.s Correspondence and other communi cations intended for publication in Ihe Isr,ANDi:i{ should reach...

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

;' DEHTAL_gQRgI 1 May cost too much or be too Cheap to > I c irry quality. We make a m derate I t c3'iri:e for strictly first-class service; oui jg £ operations are as nearly painlessrsa per |8 jo. / ct equipment ami modern methods can M <* ...ke •, m. and we guarantee the work ■ luuiy. * I GRAPE .s{§t& § 7.00 | | PLATES 'SHSr $10.00 | \ painless extracting..... $ .50 g \ Gold fillings £1.00 up I I Bridge work $5.00 up s| * m gold crowns, ?5.00 $6.00 i * "" & > k.X vMINATION FREE OF CHARGE * | V/HATCO3I DENTAL I | I'AULORS ' I '? CLOVER BLOCK ; : WHATCOM, WASHINGTON. | i ■ ** „, ll4 ,.i«,«fni«Wfftrt«ii>Vti <c\AMNMiy»2£ |E. F. HARFSY. „ I :? Watchmaker* Jeweler and |. i en^_R ave"P : y . I Friday Harbor I (10. S. WRIGHT, M. D. PHYSICIAN {AND SURGEON OP PICS AND RESIDKNCE Spring Street, - - 1-riday Harbor CAPROS, m. d. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office hour* at Friday Harbor: Every Friday, from 9 a. m. to }2 111, at , 'the Hay View Hotel Headquarters, - - ROCHi', HAR...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 5 November 1903

The Contrabandist; I s^v THE lie Life's Secret! *£* :; ullo LIIDO OPUIuli [[france CHATTER Vll.— (Continued.* \ few days after the first rial! <>r Rob in h« came again to »'«'' cottage. This time ba announced to Hugh and Rom thai he had obtained work at the farm oi tntoine 1.-hrmi. the first place at which he bad applied. It is n lle*i to Hay th.it both were glad to hear of his pno'l fortune. It was .it suns.'t when Robin came. He h,,,l come immediately on finishing his day's work, nnd Hngh inrited him to stay with tix-iii an hour or two. This Invi tation Robin was nothing loth t<> accept; fur it wai ;:ivcn with a degw f ("'>r' diality that wai rare with Hngh; and whether the beantjr and shy grace of younji Rose had any Influence in Robin's decision to remain, we leave others to judge. At all events, when be bad star ed perhaps two hours, and was taking his departure, Hugh Invited him to repeat the visit. And Robin answered, «111 i*-11 > i "You are very good, monsi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 5 November 1903

Peculiar To Itself In what it is and what it does—con taining the best blood-purifying, alterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical and per nuinent 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 real, substantial good, no other medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost. " I was troubled with scrofula and came near losing my eyesight. For four months I could not see to do anything. After taking two bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I could see to walk, and Then I had taken eight bottles 1 could see as well as ever." Susie A. Haiks ton, Withers. N. C. Mood's Sarsaparilla promises to cl. c and keeps the premise. Sour Stomach ••After I —'«»• Induced to try CASOA* 111 ill, I will never be without tbem Id tb« house. Mr liter was In a Terr bad shape, and my head acbed aDd I had stomaoti tro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 5 November 1903

Lopez Island RICHARDSON Mr and Mrs. Bert Butts entertained company from Anaoortee last week. Mrs. Flint, of Tort Townsend, is visiting at the home of Mrs. Wm, Gra bam. Miss Fannie Warner made a trip home to Seattle last week, returning Monday. Joseph Lkrauia'is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilson. Mr, Larama is a cyi-lery dealer in Everett. Preparations are being made for a : union Congregational Christinas enter- j lainment at the Woodmen hall. ', A number of new pupils will enter the grammar department of our school j soon. With them the eighth grade j will number fourteen. The "Maestoso Literary Society'? held its tint meeting Oct. 30, at tic- ! school house. rl he meeting was not | open to visitors, but hereafter the meet lugs will be open to all. <}uite a lot of fall grain is being sown on the island. Fain ers in this locality have begun their full plowing. Wm. Wilson intends building a new house this winter. ThoH. Graham has a force of men cutting cord-wood. Arthur Davi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 November 1903

'■■■", VOL. XIII. 11 LARGE INVOSQE OF j i --=^=^=^—1 —-— — '^—--^^jz , : Staple Dry Goods I j f | i Men's Furnishings <> ' ' Just Received at | j C§32ii*sMM?S : *; ** ■ ' ' ■ ' '■ ! ; •>■•>•»•♦>+♦♦+■» ♦♦♦♦♦♦+♦♦> f ♦ ♦ ♦♦>• -H~f »++■»♦++♦+++.+■ + ♦♦♦♦♦♦ +■»♦♦ ■^ ' •" . '• 1_ - . t + .adies Will Find. I ♦ THE LATEST CKKATIOXS IN T f Waist Patterns... f ♦ ■ : =7== :=::-— .' - ♦ Flannel and Mercerized. ** I ... Dress Flannels ... :: ♦ Choice Colors, ** I ... New Prints ... t t . —•-»- — ■ i — „ •f . Handsoire and Serviceable—at *; ivV-_.j"" t- Leader In Dry (.'nods. Clothing", I SP" BVI O C !\I ' <£^ X Shot's mill Furnishing \J L=, §xl O 3-. 3 l O ' You Don't Heed ..; I i To Pay Extravagant Prices for Groceries. ■ There are no better goods in Ilie market than '■-■ „.;: I We soil, and no prices more reasonable. I I' i j With our superior brand of Iqaa .< The people well ronrirk, • V j We generally "aim to please," ! j And always "hit tho mark." | G. B. DBIGGS ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 November 1903

The San Juan Islander O. H. (I I.VEX, Kdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE MY Uriel Summary of Liens Immortal* Though not the Liess Interesting, Happenings of the Week, From All Tarts of the World. The wreck of an iron phip, thought poatibly to be the Kritieh Warship Condor, has been found off Vancouver [•land. Edward 1.. Fielder, a well known repident of Seattle, diet! mddenly at Nome ()etol>er 1!» of heart disease. Fe leaves a wife and two children. The board of conciliation appointed by the anthracite strike commission, has rebuked threo companies which have not been obeying the awards of the commission. During a meeting of scientific (socie ties in the Atheneum at Mula, in the province of Murcia, Spain, the build* injz collapsed, killing several persons and injuring twenty iatally. Mail advices from Japan report that the Nippon Ynten Kaiwha line is com pleting a new 7,800 ton mail steamer, to )'.v called the Tanyo Mam. for ad dition to the American line. The decision of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 November 1903

TAMMANY WINS B ICi PLURALITY FOR TICKET IN GREATER NEW YORK. Estimated That McClellan Will Have a Plurality of Over Sixty Thousand—Herrick Defeats Tom Johnson in Ohio- Republicans AI no Have Leg! slvture- -Beck ham Reelected Governor of Ken tncky>-Republicans Win in New Jersey and Democrats in Rhode Island. New York, Nov. 4.—After a remark able campaign, in which there were united against him nearly all the newß papers and practically every minister of religion in this city, George B. McClel lan. son of the civil war general, is elected the third mayor of Greater New York over Seth Low, fusionst, the pres ent mayor, by a pluralty of 1,414. Richard M. Grout was elected comp troller and Charles V. Fornes president of the board of aldermen. The two men were on the fusion ticket and were en dorsed by Tammany whereupon the fn gionitta took their names from the bal lota and nominated other candidates. It wan the nomination of Grout and Foruea by Tammany that caused Hugh McLangblin, the...

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