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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 22 August 1895

VOL. :>. NO, 27. fHIi FIRST SUSPENSION jg Sc^ne in the English House oi Commons. I HE CENTRAL PIG UK E lM MtH('k I'poii Italfour, the Gov ,.iuihiil Leader, He Gave Har- Gov • Leader, He <iave Har rington the Lie Direct. London, August 17. —During the de , v opou the queen's speech to parlia ment, there was an exciting debate in , imu 'ions over the Irish question, ,rbieb resulted in the suspension of Dr. Turn't. Tanner first created quite a X n , by an attack upon Balfour, the lowrnineiit tier. Later he gave the v( 'i7'i:t to Timothy Harrington, and lii. sii-pvision followed. At this time Balfour was absent, and the Hon. l,. v j,h Chamberlain assumed the temporary leadership of the house, jjrhich presumptively belonged to Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, chancellor of ihe exchequer. Dr. Tanner's suspen .,,.ll lasts for one week. After the house of commons had re ,.,, nitiliil, its members were summon ,!t,, the house of lords, with the usual formalities, and the queen's speech was read...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 22 August 1895

The Islander ni-VKK BISOS., Publishers. Entered at the postofiiee In Fridaj Harbor m second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PBICB, $1.50 per year Strictly in advance. \i>vi:r:TisiN<; It A n>: Display standing ad«,fi.oo per inch pei month. [2ft cents per inch, -or week, sin >rle column measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, such as Wanted; For Sale, etc., 10 cent* per line for first insertion and 5 cents pel fine each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates, Ml communications to Tin: IsiJvxdkf must be signed with the name of to* writer, not necessarily for publication, but asa guarantee of eood faith. The Official Paper of Juan County. THURSDAY, AUGUST 22th, 1895. OIK FRUIT INTERESTS. Tu£ success which has attended the shipment of small fruits this year from Western Washington will doubtless re sult in giving a new and lasting impe tus to a branch of pomology which for a time seemed in danger of falling into "inocuous disuetude," as President ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 22 August 1895

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. r John H. McGraw I P?v^« ia nt Governor Frank 11. Lnee I"'' !,.' v of State James 11. Price | (.surer Ozro A. Bowen \ -w „iev General W C Jones | ■ t Piiblic instruction ('has. W. Bean i N'-r', ,' im i,ii*»ioner ...W T Forrest L*»J ( " i W. 11. Doolittle ! ro ngressmen • s . c. Hyde i John L Wilson senator* ( Watson C. Squire i SUPREME COURT. , «tiee T J Anders Chief •'»vtl< c- I R 0 Dunbar ] I P Hoyt Associate Justices, j c P Stiles | Elnion Scott COUXTY OFFICERS. „ !„,]<r,. J R Winn j pllpe?J r'lerk... Elijah H. Nash • ffiSSSr Fred C Harper iive J.L.Murray A. 11. Sliter A>l!; '". .: CM.Tucker Treasure! ( , L Carter „:cioners, \ 1. 11. Nichols Commissions , ( William Graham i v W. 11. Thacker J Att°' • "■' Newton Jones I' lU.; ■"""."... E W Harrison > M'^:'': A. P. Vaughn j §"IS Schools Rev. T.K Dyer £°P| „ Dr. Geo. S. Wright issioiierU S Court II D Allison . : THE : - San Juan County Bank —:of: — FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON, j • RESrON...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 22 August 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report Rr&fal Baking %J/€M powder ABSOLUTELY PURE AUTHORS AND WRITERS. Ki.l.i II ; i KK hi«l »■ i:»mini*«-«-«.t M I Telia <»f Some <'<»inri«leii«-«». Rider Haggard was feted recently at the Authors' Club, London. In the course of a response to a toast to his health, proposed by Sir Walter Besant, he said several things as to tbe profes sion of authorship that are worth re production. 141 hare been subjected to consider able attacks in my time, 1 may Bay very bitter attacks. For example. gentlemen, I remember ■ literary man writing to me, not merely accusing me of being the instigator of the crimes committed by another gentleman— .lack the Kipper—but of actually per petrating them. Criticism we expect; but, why, if a man write.-, a novel more , ,i- less successful, should he be accused of the crimes attributed, perhaps false ly, t» the Kipper? Another gentleman, who did not go quite so far as that,, stopped at plagiar...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 29 August 1895

\ I>|,. .">. NO. 28. SHE JURORS CHOSEN i Added to the List in Durrant Case. iHK HKDEMAKKS SAW 1-,1-riuii"" Is I.eu\ing No Stone , „1,11-urri, and Will Convict Our ,,,i if It Is Possible. ci-ui Francisco, August 24. — Warren liitt'i". a retired merchant, was se-; m] as tii« ninth juror at this morn ;.,\session t of the superior court, in I Jhe trial of Theodore Durraut for the j, junior of Blanche Lamont. Twenty-! tuo other iniremen were challenged: fur «iuse lid excused. Returns had lafii made today on 125 new venire- 1 DU , ni Tlih lumber of responses was j unusually large, and the opposing pjoiisi'l have great hopes of securing i time more jurors from the number. \li->>lutf]y nothing has been left un- j ,|, im to make the evidence against the 1 conclusive. Charles L. Hede uiark ami his wife have been visited I again by the prosecutors. They re- , pouted the remarkable story they re- • lated soon after Dun-ant's arrest. This :, rtury, so little thought of at the time, I...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 29 August 1895

CULVER i;i;<>>., Publishers. " Entered^atltSie post^lice in Friday Harbor as second class ■•■'■'•< niaitcjv j sunscnii'TioN ritui:. si.so per year.... .Strictly in advance. ; Apyi-:iITIM'I>G liiiJ>: Display «tamhnßs< I*. $1.00 per Ii per j month. cuts per inch, er week, sin- j p-le cckimn measurement. H ..„'.;... '•,:..- local*, and notices. BUClins Wanted, i-'-.l Sale, etc., 1" » >'■ « per line for lirsi insertion and 5 junts i « > \ fine each week thereafter. Lezai notices; at ctistoii mry lc^al Kites; Mi communications to Tin: Isi,ani>!:i: j must be signed with the name ot *»»* writer, not necessarily ■ i-iiiii ation, but asa guarani ffood faith. The OlTlGKil Paper of San Joan Cc THURSDAY, AU IST -.Dili. 18.%. | WIIZKE CORN IS KING. j Corn is kins hi [own and i Ilinols, nnd ; he holds mighty sway as well over the j greater part of Missouri, Southern Mm- j ii.-..-a and •■-'■ r.i Kansas him) Nc- | braska, and the kins: i- hi his glory in j all this vas...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 29 August 1895

""official DIUECTOKY. STATK OFFICERS. John 11. McGraw ffoivf rnf,::"' t ';ovenior Frank 11. Luce I'1'"1'1 v ,>:' State .lames 11. l'ri<-e Ozro A. Iwen S''1' '-\;enoral V? (' Jones V;i':;';''.\i,. [u<tnictioii < 'ha^. W. I'm an sul'! ' '.' ' ..nissioner W 'I 1 Forrest ii:ii '-'••■" i W. 11. DooliUle T ,,-i;iCi ] S. C. Hyde ro!l I John L Wilson .....;. :t -H ( Watson C. Squire M ri;i:.Mr: eouuT. , „;0 , T 3 Anders Ci:i'-t >''-s I It <» I) tin bur 1 .1 1" lloyt .csoc:.itc J»stices'] C I' Stiles s~ I mon Scott COITNTY ol 11(1. US. . , ;,.,. T It Winn ?-■'•'•;';.,.;:;:;;;;■. Klijah 11. N:isn i' '"; k .. '..,.,]■[ Fred C. Harper J>;;: "".;... .i. L. Murray Rfl>ro*c" wl , v 11. slU( ; r an-";; ;; U. M. Tucker '[:■''••"■ i;vl / <'. 1.. Carter . |(1 .. 01 . s ' " .1. 11. Nichols Co:« lIUsSI ' ' . \.' illisun < I rahain W. H. Thm^ker .'.';'"■.' ■••■■•• Newton Jones ;i :: 1' \V Harrison A-»^ s;"; A. P. Vaughn ;'■''■, 'J.'.;'■',:-. Itev. T. I . Dyer r.;;'|'. ' ' Dr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 29 August 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Poww.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Rcffal Baking bvStk Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE THE FIRST LOCOMOTIVE. It \\ »» llnill l>y Oli\«r K.variH, Who ( onli'n't The real inventwr of the locomotive tiun. never realized a cent from his invention. His name was Oliver Evans. He was born in Delaware in 1756 and spent all his life perfecting inventions which were destined to bring him nothing but more poverty. He was the original in ventor of the high pressure engine used iii locomotives, the only kind that could be employed to advantage in this form of transportation, but realized nothing for his idea. Hid application of the notion to both laud and water power was somewhat novel. In isol the municipality of Philadel phia called for bids for the dredging of the river and the cleaning of the docks. Kvans put in a bid lower than any of his competitors, and when it was ac cepted determined to build a steamboat to do the work. He fitted out a scow with a steam en gine, build...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 5 September 1895

VOL. :>. NO. 29. t W BE SAVED gawamore Still Remains in t he Same Position. ,-g l K s BROADSIDE TO THE SEA - „, Were Lost— Assistance on the \\t\ li"'"'1 San Francisco—The < „,iti>:««- Whs Wrong:. Or., August 31. —The ill tamer Bawnraore, which Wednesday in a fog two t ('ape Blanco, lies in c position as when she All vi the crew escaped to the hore in safety by means of small boats 8S the sea was quite calm last night, „,1 no difficulty in reaching • land. Captain Woodside and his crew are camped ou the the scene of the wreck, and fill remain there as long as there is Hf hupe of saving anything. j'j),. ship lies broadside to the sea, feet from shore. She has settled in the sand to the depth of ibout twelve feet, and the sand is fast piling up abont her. It is the general npiniou h< re that she will be com i iia about a week. The stumer is not leaking yet. An effort was made today to lighten but after throwing out thirty flour, the captain decided the attempt was useless....

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 5 September 1895

T helslander tILVKK 11KOS., Publishers. Entered at the poetofflee In Friday Harlior as second class mail matter. SUItSCKIPTION PKICi:, $1.50 per year Strictly in advance. adykktisim; batkss Display landingado, sLM per in. h per month, 25eents per inch, er week, sin • y\o <•■ luinn measurement. Reading bnanem locals, and notices, such m- Wanted, For Sale, et<-., I<> een v per line for first Insertion and •"> cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. ill communications to Tin: Isi.andkk must be signed with the name ot the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of Rood faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER sth, »««. LET JUSTICE BE HONE. San Juan county has been brought J into unenviable prominence within the past week hy the commission within its borders of one of the most atrocious crimes in the history of the state. Mr. Leone Lantermau, who had borne a most excellent reputation for int...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 5 September 1895

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATK OFFICERS. nor John H. McGraw - \tpn-nit Governor Frank 11. Luce KSarv of State James 11. Pri«'e ct^teTreasurer Ozro A. Bmven "'. frnev General W (' Jones et Public Instruction Chas. W. Btan !h,i Commissioner W T Forrest I-111' 1 l ( W. H. Doolittle Congressmen ] S- c . Hyde ( John I; Wilson Senators j "Watson C. Squire SUIMIKMK COURT. „ , rustiee • T J Anders Chief Justice ( Dunbar \ 4 . 1 1 P Hoyt ' Associate Justices, j c p stiles | Elinon Scott COUNTY OFFICKKB. B ... »r Judge JltWinn ,'.,1,.i1; Klijah 11. Nash 1 \ i...„.„„,-' Fred C. Harper ttive J.L.Murray A. 11. Sliter «SSSr- CM.Tucker Treasurei — ( \i. Carter rnmmissioners, < I. 11. Nichols Commissioners, | William Graham Attorney W. H.'Thacker •V „:,v Newton Jones s 4 h('1":;; i : X W Harrison V ot."ZZI A. P. Vaughn 3 „t of Schools l*ev. T. I-. Dyer f. '„!,• Dr. Gco. S. Wright Commissioner U S Court II D Allison : THE : San Juan County Bank —:of:— FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. RESPONSIBILITY, 850,000...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 5 September 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U.S. Gov»t Report ABSOLUTELY PURE THE MAYA WOMEN. THEY ARE INTELLIGENT, SWEET TEM- PERED AND BEAUTIFUL. 11l the Olden Times These Wire* of the First Owners of America Were the Mother* of a Courageous Race, and They Never Looked Into a Mirror. An unfamiliar word, but as old as the bilk almost, w this word Maya. Among the Brahmans it means illusion and is I lie name of the earth, the material world, which, according to the Brah manical doctrine, is nonexistent —an illusion. Maya Dcvi was the name of the beautiful mother of Buddha. Maya rathe feminine energy of Brahma and the mother of all the gods, even of Brahma himself. Any Greek dictionary informs ns that Maya is the good moth er of all gods and men. Iv Japan the goddess Maya is still worshiped. The beautiful Indian, poem "Rainayana" tella us about a great navigator named Maya, who in ages long gone by took forcible possession of the countries at the south of the Hindoostanee peninsula and ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 12 September 1895

Vi >!..:>. NO. 30. L\ ANARCHISrS WfHTK vi e d to Blow Up the Rothschild Bink. EXPLODE A BOMB \\ ;i» Olmerved, He Threw Hie ffonih Before He < niM Ignite It. Paris, Sept. 7. —M. Rothschild's; tanking h"»stt was the scene today of ] nother anarchistic attempt. At 3:20 j '•clock, a man entered the bank from ' the Hue Lii Fitte vestibule. A detec- j tive on guard saw the stranger trying! iHu the fuse of a bomb with a cig irittV. The ashes on the cigarette pre re]J te(l the ready ignition of the fuse, ,tkl t!:'1 man, seeing he was observed, I threw the ready ignition the carpeted iau, string he was observed, bomb upon the carpeted li'i,r. The weapon did not explode. The "i-!l was arrested. At the. police ! office he boldly avowed himself an an- [ archist. According to another account, when the uiiin was arrested, he was ascend- i in,' the first staircase leading to the: hanking office, and had lighted a j match. When he saw he had been de- I tected, he threw the bomb to the grou...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 12 September 1895

T helslanderj CULVER BKOS.. Publishers. Entered at tho postofiiee in Friday Harbor M second dan mail matter. i SUIISCKH'TION PRICK. J $1.50 per year Strictly in advance. | a—J .-l ax ii - = " : I AOVKKTISING K.V'I l'>: ■ Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per I snonth. 2.") cents per in.ii, er week, sin fle eclumn measurement. Reading business locals, and noti-cs. ; Bttchas Wanted,* For Hale, etc., 10 eel per line for fust insertion and •> cents per | line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tin: Island™ must be signed with the name oi the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of eood faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER »2th, IMS. THE NORTHWESTERN FUR. ! Our orehardists are now gathering their pears, plums, prunes and early apples and they ought by all means to have fine exhibits of these fruits at the New Whatcotu fair. The Isi.andki: j can assure it's readers that the big f...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 12 September 1895

OFFICIAL DIRECTOKY. STATK OKFICKHK. , rern or John H. McGraw PSnailt Governor Prank 11. Liice Kt"ryof state lames 11. Price ct^te Treasurer O/.ro A. ISowen bf 'v General W Clones ' t public Instruction (.'tias. W. Istan f«ml Coiiiniissioner..' W T Forrest I-11"1 j W. H. Doolittle Congressmen ~ ] S: c y(l( , John L Wilson Senators ~ I Watson ('. Squire I SUPRKMK COURT. „, . , rust ice TJ Anders Chief Justice ( !!() Dunbar | I V Ilovt Associate Justices, j c p sti |^ s | Elnion Scott COUNTY OKI'ICKKS. o,,nprior.Ti»ljfe I H Wiiiil ; *l S Clerk. KHjah 11. Nitsh f ;,..,;,,..r Fred C. Harper {""Je^ciiUitivc I. I- Murray V'!' . V. H. Slit, r I" ilt' '••■ C. M. Tucker I Treasure. | C. L. Carter jssioners, I •'• W. Nichols 10•"" I William Rraham „y W. ll.Thacker •. ;iv ' Nowton Jones ; >il" I,;." X W Harrison ' ; X"! evor"."! .' A. P. Vnnelin | M ,n t of Schools Hey. T. I. Dyer S,Jer Dr. Gen. S. Wright Commissioner I" H Court II I) Allison : -. — j :THE: San Juan County Bank :of:— FRIDAY ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 12 September 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report Rq\^| Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE WILL WOMAN EVER WOO? Opinions of Various Lifrary PeMOM on This Kuorinouisly Important Topic How to court the "advanced woman" is a subject that is discussed by one man and nrenl women in Mr. Jerome K. .It-ionics "Idler." The man opens j tiir ball and describes what he is pleased j to call the "development of theenianci- ; pated woman."' He goes back to the j early days when women were "spoil,'' | wbea "man went courting with a club," a form of courtship which inclined the j lady "to respect for her lord and mas- j ter, and t<> have a definite idea of hip superiority, physical and mental," and | this be finds the best way. Prom "spoil" woman passed to "chat- j teL" "More numerous, she became cheaper, I'and as a chattel "she was offered by bar guardian to the highest bidder.*' As the man's mind expanded I he began "to Bee matters in their true light," and "in his wisdom refused to \ l>a...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 19 September 1895

VOL. 5, N0.3. F.IIR. FINLAND FLUKE h lender Won the Three Races for the Cup. VRIR REFUSED TO START lt,f.nt the Finish Iselin Asked the j I iiiiiniittee for Instructions—None (.im-ii, and Defender Crossed. N«\v fork. Sept. 14. —The interna-1 tional series between Defender and ■ Valkyrie 111 for the America's cup is ended. <)n the whole it has been an i extraordinary series, and, while the re-! sult is satisfactory to the American I peopl<, two fit least of the contests which made up the match were not. j Defender woo in a clean race Satur ,l;i\: Tuesday last she crossed the line behind the English boat, but was j awarded the race on a foul. Today ►he had a walkover. And today'? oc- ! currence was all the more unfortunate, iii.t only because the great crowd had gathered to witness the struggle, but because the weather conditions were such as to lead many to suppose that, j of all days, Valkyrie would be in her! element. Lord Dunrayen said last night—and '' be s-tid it most empha...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 19 September 1895

Thelslander CULVER BUGS., Publishers. Entered at the poatoffice in Friday Harbor al* Second rfaSS mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION IMUCK, f 1.50 per your Stri.-tly in advance. ADVERTISING K.VTF>: Display standing ad*, $1.00 per inch per month. 25 cento per inch, er week, sin fle column measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, such as Wanted; For Sale, etc, 10 rents per Line for first insertion and 5 cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tin-: Islander must be signed with the name oi the writer, not necessarily lor publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th, IM6. SHALL HELP KE PROVIDED. Court will convene here on the third of October and a jury panel of twenty four has been called for the ninth. The Btraub case will of course be the most important on the docket. A strong effort will undobtedly be made by his counsel to secure a change of venue on the...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 19 September 1895

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. static omens. John 11. McGraw i; .° V Wuit"Governor Frank 11. Luce I'l' 111' 'of state James 11. Pri«>e *"'"' r ' r ' l-iucr, Ozro A. Bowen Ptt" SJ General W (J Jones Alt'" 'nhlic Instruction Chas. \V. Bian Bup!i i • imissioiier W T Forrest I."'' ( " f W. H. Doolittle Congressmen ] s . C. Hyde | John L Wilson Senators I Watson C. Squire SUPREME COURT. , fn «stice T J Anders Chief .T"s'l( c- , HO Dunbar J I PHoyt Associate Justices, j c P stiles 1 Xi moil Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. Ar i,i,].r(» J X Winn SlIl'°? i.rk"..". Elijah 11. Nash CoanV « ' . ed c Harper J''int ' ..ititivo Murray K'll'.r; nUlt ;... A. 11. Sliter A» lilt „;,.. CM. Tucker Treasure. " j C.L. Carter ,; innflra 1 I. 11. Nichols Commissioners, |.. wiiliam Graham lttnrne v w- - Tlmcker I •\ ttni r Newton Jones llprl11;:;: X W Harrison A. P. Vaughn ?nIS , ols'.:. Rev. T. Is Dyer ;.";„', Dr. Gco. S. Wright o!mniissi(,ner U « Court IT D Allison . : THE: San Juan County Bank —:of: — FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHI...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 19 September 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U.S. Gov't Report R£jy^jJ Baking kv££> Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE DR. ZAHM ON EVOLUTION. !«!* Liberal Views Have Created a Sensa tion lv the itoman Catholic Church. Her. Dr. .T. A. Zuhm, professor of physical Bcieooe at Notre Dame uuiver- sity, Indiana, has loug been noted fur his extreme liberalism oil the relations of sci ence to the teach ings of the Ro man Catholic church, but his recent lectures on evolution at the Catholic summer school in Platts burg created a decided sensation by reason by the novel and un orthodox opin- REV. l>n. ZAHM. ious advanced Conservatives are breathing hints of heresy, ami rumors of a possible church trial are freely cir culated. The doctor and his frieuds, however, profess to fear no such result. The following portion of the doctor's lecture is one to which exception has beau taken: "The evolution of the body of man fiom some inferior animal and the sub sequent endowment in this body by God lit" a rationa...

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