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Fairbanks Daily News-Miner (Newspaper) - January 10, 1913, Fairbanks, Alaska a f T vW iit i T 7 TENTH Js WOMEN DEMOCRATS COMMISSION Republicans Allegation That the Alaska Railroad Commission pointed for Political Pur Seems to Have Foundation in for No Report Therefrom Is Forthcoming This the Alaska Railroad ap pointed by President Tatt before elec tion to visit Alaska vand determine the proper route for a government railway in that territory and wheth er it is advisable to build such a was the creation of politics is evidenced by fact that the report which wsa to have been rendered before Christ will not be even handed to con gress the 1st of and that there is no probability of its even being considered by congress while the present administration Is in The railroad commission returned to this city on but found Uhe great interest in a government owned railroad In Alaska had sud denly died during their The present administration was suffering from the shock of Its and the new administration while assuming shape had not arrived at the govern If AH That Country From Silis tria North to the Black Sea Will Do for the One Non BLACKMAIL OF WARS Roumania Kept Out of the Fight and Must Be Largely Rewarded for in the He Gets a Year for York NEW the gambling banker of thli was today sentenced to a years imprison ment for Democratic which is among she many Spreckels are each to one the property left by their Army Appropriation Is Heady to Submit to Con gress by tiie Committee physician Will Having It in REDUCTIONS NUMEROUS A Million Dollars Less Than Was Granted the Last Which Is Economy That Will Hurt particulars of Roumanias demands as her price for remaining neutral in the Turko Balkan war are today made Roumania demands the cessation of and all the territory north of there to Kavarna on the Black Roumania will immediately proceed to armed occupation of Uhat Women Democrats Assembled in Convention in Washing ton Pull Verbal Hair and Throw Verbal JUST HIKE REAL WOMEN Rockefellers the Real His Frisk Ml Physique to Cause of REFUSE TO Desires the of the Victories of Others and Will Start Collecting S NOT IN WAITERS UNION f lamp Which Remained Neu tral Into the Fight Just When ItWill Have Fight All Ion government has decided to im mediately assume the armed occupa tion of that portion of the territory which it claims from Bulgaria as the Drice for neutrality dur T todays I hope of the Republicans re the fuming velt declares fully against the posal of Frank a Roose Theodore Roosevelt Declines With Scorn to Accept the Proposition of Frank for a Consolidation of the Two Branches of the Republican Party Into One Perfectly Good Party for and all the hope Shere Is seems to come from the success of the Pro velt supporter and to Republican the Progressive Republican Local newspapers ascribe to Roose party and the Straight Republican j velt the victory gained over another Ke publican candidate for the Roosevelt takes the ground that reform or it is All of the Regular Republican and if he cannot be the of any combination he will not com but will pin his hopes to new the army is under General McClernand was placed the retired ing the and will move in before the peace conference has brought about a division of the property in HE MAY SHAMMING No Rockefeller Cares to Ap pear Before a Committee and Tell All He Knows About Matters of army com appropriations is ready be j mUtee is investigating the submitted to congress by the commoney trust has ordered a prominent it in The to meet William Rockefeller are a million Lt Miami and examine him to leis than those of last and his and whether he carry with them no new can before committee to proposed to buy ground at without danger to his tege Park for an army Indian Appropriations Act Passed Mouse This Will Reach the EIGHT MILLIONS FOR THEM Is Due the Robbed Ab But the Politicians Get of It Every dian appropriation carrying with it care of Indians In the United passed the house Sons of Sugar Need Man Hen jy Cooper of the federal this morning handed down a decision reversing the decision of the California supreme and which makes possible reopening of the Spreckels will that Politics for Women Is Not th Weekly Sewing Society o the Ladies Auxiliary Bac in Wo mens Democratic League in tlon here today elected Stephen as president for the en suing after a spirited debate upon Question as to whether she had really been for that position by the lie being freely passed during the heat of the retiring president who was defeated for has issued a state ment in she says that her de feat was accomplished upon the and and that she does not Care be passed over by such a narrowminded set of women as are in session here in of the DAMAGE RUNS IN MILLIONS million dollars worth of damage has been done by the floods of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers in the Ohio valley during the past few and more damage will be done before the Conference Between All Gen eral Officers and Bureau Chiefs Began Wednesday in Washington CONSIDER REORGANIZATION General McClernand Was Re tired December After Long and Competent Serv ice in Regular con ference between all the general cers of the army and the bureau chiefs began here after The entire reorganization of Missouri Congressman Asks Investigation to Show Him That Two Judges Are SHOULD DO THE WORK Kansas Are Both Supposed to Have Judges Who Are Not on the Square All the Borland of Mississippi to ay presented a resolution in the ouse of representatives asking in into the conduct of Federal John Pollock of and Arba VanValkenburg ot Mis Somebody Did Something There Accord ing to did something to somebody at some time in career given an Indeterminate from one to five the Phone 103 Phone 103 INVESTIGATE THE QUALITY We have NORWEGIAN MACKEREL Their relatives are still swimming in the Nothing equal to them to be found on North 25 and SO HOUSE New York Banker Demon strates That a Bank Can Make Money Without Steal ing From Its MORE MONEY IN WORKING By Keeping Open for Forty nine Years a New York City Bank Made Eighty Millions of Real the committee which ia investigating the money the George Fisher eminent financier and president of the First National Bank of New York testified today that since its establishment to 1883 the bank of which he is has made a net profit of RELATION TO MEXICO The rebel forces surprised and utterly destroy the federal garrison at and have razed the town and ranch buildings for miles are on is In conference today and questions the welfare ot the coming point to expect n The one secret Into As Is not in custody cannot public
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