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Fairbanks Times (Newspaper) - September 20, 1908, Fairbanks, Alaska 12 Pages Fairbanks Sunday times 12 Pages SEPTEMBER WHOLE NUMBER 758 STANDARD OIL FEE MAY BECOME NATIONAL 1 EAST OP ALLEGHENIES COUN TRY IS PERILOUSLY DRY IN ALL Hearst Industries Obliged tp Shut Down For a Time and Men Are Thrown Out of Their Power Greatly Repeats His Charges Against Senator Foraker Argues That the Taint Attaches to the Whole Republican and HIS THE WAS HOPELESSLY STRANDED ON A ALL mm Times Special Special The state of east of the Allegheny mountains is suffering the worst period of drought exper in his speech at the political rally of the Independence party in this read more letters from John Archbold to Senator Late this evening a denial was received from Governor Haskell declaring that there was a confusion of names and that it was another Haskell who was in the employ of the Standard Oil Gov ernor Haskell is treasurer of the Joseph Hearst claim Democratic campaign ed that the letters refuted the con tention of Foraker that his only city are silent on the but money to acquire the Ohio State the report comes apparently from Journal for the oil The good It is not how deal was The draft whether the withdrawal will was returned and the incident for be made on account of lack of harj mony between Taft and or j As to the suggested change in the whether the present program of the league of Republi connection with the Standard Oil company was confined to the inter ests of the company in Ohio that his connection had no relation in the memory of most whatever to federal the inhabitants of this part of the The streams are almost dry and forest fires are spreading un Industrial plants which depend upon water for power have been obliged to close down and many men have been thrown out of Some cities along the J eastern which depend upon water power for their lighting and electric are inconvenienced Lack of particularly in the country has become ser i Farmers are obliged to spend the day hauling instead of hauling vegetables to In tel the city of Shenandoah which has a pf population of water is be ing sold at eight cents a The weather department has promised relief within the next two The speaker read letters also ad dressed to Governor Charles of to show that the governor was formerly in the employ of the Standard Oil com over the connection between can clubs in New York city on jaker and Standard Oil is believed j Tuesday Senator Foraker says NEW re to be damaging to the Republican j that he knows The Ship Was Battered to Pieces and Is Now a Complete The Captain Rowed a Hundred Miles to Get Help tor port is on the streets of this city j that Senator Foraker would be ask ed to withdraw from the is understood that the person who of the league of Republican clubs I gard to the draft for which j supplied Hearst with the data relat of this city which will hold a large rally on Tuesday of next Sen ator Foraker was scheduled to ap was mentioned in the Archbold ing to Senator Foraker and his con ter and which Hearst used to show j with the Standard Oil com a mercenary connection between j was French who pear and speak on the same Foraker and the Standard j is associated with the New York form with Oil Senator Foraker says one of the Hearst syndi Republican headquarters in this that the draft was part purchase cate of message to only to be nored The fact he the Re publicans could not hope to at tract the young nor could they win back the independent vot ers in the It was a matter of common knowledge that the Re publican party is body and j by the great manufacturing The party shows its j feebleness to act against the by the fact that It Is passing laws against ADDITION WILL MAKE 74 instead of enforcing the t which now The speaker concluded by draw ing a parallel between the two par in which the Democratic party f was to be committed to re form whereas it was evi dent that the Republican party inj tended to stand IN ALL FOR THE DISTRICT OF i day of a tank of gasoline which was on a barge moored in the Mare I Island navy three persons j were killed and three officers were i badly One of the killed j was Chief Machinist May of the I submarine Of the other one has not been identified and the other has not been It was I not known until today that the third man was The ex I plosion caused a loss to buildings land to vessels in the vicinity EVIDENT THE FIRST THING IX amounting to THE MORNING PANIC HAD Times Special FANNING of the steamer who arrived on the island after having row ed in a small boat from Christmas tells a thrilling story of wreck and The Aeon was driven on the reef off Christmas is land and was stranded There were fifty persons but every one of them was brought safe ly to shore in small Four of the passengers were wives of of of the American fleet which has just left They were bound for Australia to meet their husbands The ship was battered to pieces on the reef and is now a total Enough was saved her to keep the castaways in some degree of Captain Down ing hopes to be able to persuade the steamship Manuka to go Christmas island to rescue the The Manuka runs between Can ada and Australia and is due to arrive at this port on BELIEVED CARNEGIE HALL IS FILLED TO THE DOORS AND THEN TARIFF THEME OF Asked the Audience Why the Re publican Party Had Ione Nothing When They Were in Control of Public IS TAKING THE This Is An Unfrequented Route j Through to the Philip lii Addition to There Are a Number of Mission Schools Main by the United States and Russian Church WITH SANTA Wireless Messages Were Via Sitka and Complete and Manipulators Thought They Saw in j Times Special Visit of Bryan a Chance to wire less station at Westport on the west Work on the Peoples Nerves and j coast Qf Play Upon Sensitive Times special Times Special SAN Times Special tion yesterday with Sitka and with Santa Communication j with the Santa Barbara station was maintained by relay through j The messages were complete and NEW the j The naval department has received Harlan of the bureau of word from Admiral in and since 1907 chief of mand of the fleet which is now on the way from Albany in Western Australia to Manila that the fleet would take the route through Lombok This passage is i Indians during the coming through the Sunda islands from wju bring the number of In Indian ocean into Java sea south of n the district Qf opening of the Stock Exchange this it was evident at once that i WOULD HAVE ALIGHTED SAFE LY HAD THERE BEEN 25 FEET It is an unfrequented but it is straight and is the route from Western Aus to the Philippine Times Special NEW tre mendous ovation greeted Bryan this afternoon when he arose to address the meeting in Carnegie The hall was packed to the doors and it is estimated that out in the streets there were persons who desired to hear the but who could not gain entrance to the The theme of Bryans speech was the tariff and the reactionary ten of the Republican party on that He asked why the Republican party had done nothing during all the years in which it has had absolute control of the machin ery of Why the par ty at the eleventh hour promises to revise the but not until after the election is He declared that the Republican party was not in sympathy with but that the were using pop for political If the Republican party was in sym pathy with he asked was it that Roosevelt fount the Alaska division of that there would be no panic during the says that the government will esj There seemed to be an un thirteen new schools for the among the traders that J the flurry of yesterday was the re sult of a deliberate plot on the part i of a pool of who saw a chance in the visit of Bryan to the of playing upon the ness of the people during the All stocks recovered during the j ka up to The number of natives now at NEW YORK STATE IS account of the prolonged the state of New York is threatened vast forest similar to those which devastated the Adirondacks ana the Catskills in In that year a number of woodsmen were caught in the fires and several lives were i tending government schools in Alas jka is about In addition to these there are a few mission the exact number of which is not Some of these are subsidized by the federal govern but a few are maintained by the officials of the Russian Greek RAIN DAMPENS OFFICE FOR Opens Acres of Mountains and Hills to the Times Special a but the recovery was marked proclamation of the a by weakness all along the It tract of partly in Ore i gon and partly in has Lieutenant Fell Into Bay While Try ing Ascent With plane Yesterday Was Gradually Righting is certain that outside traders will be timid for a while and probably reserved from entry and during the rest of the time of the political IN SEATTLE TO PREPARE A VILLAGE and will be used for the protection and the propagation of native Times Special General rains have been falling over the James McCleary Received Republi can Nomination For Times Special j who recently received tie Republican tor congress from the second district of Minne has resigned his position as Times Special steam ship Olympia arrived today from Among the passengers were 34 Eskimos who will construct the Eskimo village on the exposition grounds and who will inhabit the village during the northern part of the state and assistant pastmaster ports arrive from the fire stricken j a position he has held since districts that the fires have received i McCleary represented a decided Word arrived to day from Grand Marais that the rains had practically extinguished it necessary to send message after the flames in that part of the the second Minnesota district in con gress from 1893 to He is one of the most educators in the state of Four Hundred Soldiers and 395 Cholera Cases Are Times Special Times Special the result of an explosion yester Four hundred soldiers of the loca garrison have been stricken with Among 395 cases were reported today and 126 deaths record today shows that the ic of cholera in this city is reced ing There were only 2 new cases and six deaths from th Times Special Wright today gave an explanation of he cause of the accident yesterday and described his He s confident in the belief that had he machine been 25 feet higher above ground there would have been no damage or injuries either to the machine or to the He says that during the fall machine kept continually right ng itself and it would have entire ly adjusted itself to a normal po sition had there been 25 feet more of In that case the airship would have alighted gently without so much as a jar to the ing of the aeroplane accident yes in which Lieutenant Self ridge was a cousin of Lieu tenant Self ridge tells in a per interview today how the lieu tenant made an ascent in a flying kite a year When well in the kite and all and Lieutenant Self ridge was saved from death only because the kite landed in water in stead of on
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