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   Fairbanks Daily News (Newspaper) - November 22, 1908, Fairbanks, Alaska                                Sunday Morning Edition Sunday MorniRf Edition WHOLE NUMBER NOVEMBER 190E MURDERER GETS COMMISSIONER REMOVED Disregards the Threat Against His in Case He Took Part in the Ceremonies at APPARENTLY UNCONCERNED Although He Was Closely Guarded to Pro test Hie From the Threaten ed Special to the is under stood that Commissioner Silver of is to be removed from office charges of graft having been made against and substantiation of the charges having been pre seated to the appointive The officials of the Third district are determined to clean up the district as far as lies within their and the removal of Silverman is only in line with ether removals made for cause within the past few months and with others which are now con b United Pwss the first time since the day of his cor onation the czar today walked the streets in following the hearse of the grand Duke who was in terred with all the pomp and ceremony to the burial of a member of the royal family of The czar marched afoot and was apparently un throughout the entire pro despite the fact that his life was threatened should he take any public part in the The action of the emperor was taken against the wishes of his closest ad But care was taken that a strong body guard accompanied him in order to protect him from any Lnltel 21 Portentous signs of war are again in the air the circles of the great nations of Europe and due to a forma announcement is sued by the Turkish government to day that Russia contemplates a grab of the empire without According to the bulletins issued the plan is to first seize Constan the capital of the and then distribute troops through out the coumry for purposes of con quest and Active mil itary preparations are being made 10 withstand the ambitious plans of the Russian and the foreign office is now in hurly com munication with the European ow prs desire to see the integrity of llic umpire flTMled Press SAN ley Ketchell and Billy Papke will end hard training for the fight scheduled for Thursday evening next and thereafter indulge in only the lightest kind of exercise necessary to keep them hard for the work in Betting on the fight at the pres ent even with plenty of money on deposit to back both One if the largest crowds in the history of the fighting game in this city is as both men being so evenly matched as to give promise of a fight which will delight the hearts of the foreign office alarmed the plans of Tiie Russian ministry and is in com munication with he rtvrysenlativts of the czar in Petersburg with a view to ascertain ng the causes lead ing up to the alarming reports re ceived with regard to the acquisition of Turkey by The fact that no representations in accord the reports rece ved have passettT between the two nations leads to assurance that the reports are riot so well founded as they might but Great Britain nevertheless prepared to resent any intrusion up on Turkish domain by Emperor Ni cholas until such time as m ami cable agreement as to cours1 to be pursued is entered into by the two RliEF TRIAL SIMPLE GABftST CRIMINAL DOCKET IS DISPOSE OE United Press NEW down river this aft ernoon and while approaching this city under a full head of the steamer with a full list of blew up in and causing the drowning of many others who are Fire broke out immediately and those who had not al ready been blown into the water were forced to jump from the burning The frightful accident has caused considerable excite ment in the city on account of the fact that the boilers of the Carter were known to be unsafe and should have been changed long A close investigation will be demanded to get at the responsible parties and the authorities demand that if the ship owners are culpable they be speedily pun urn J United Pro NEW grilling examina tion to secure muchwanted evidence the government attor neys find themselves checkmated the suit against the Standard Oil and are now contemplating criminal proceed ings against some member of the The government is placed in the peculiar position of wanting to make somebody a scapegoat and not knowing whom to start proceedings Trustbuster who hoped to bnng Rockefeller to the point of con fessing some of the inner secrets of the today acknowledged himself beaten in this The head of the Standard Oil parried the questions carefully and with the assistance of his counsel managed to keep his inquisitors in almost complete ignorance of the workings of the Special to The Pestriakoff was this morning sen tenced to life imprisonment by Judge Reid for the killing of er The crime was committed at and grew out of an Illicit love affair between the wife of the dead man and his Thq sentence will be served at McNeSVs island unless the government later de4 cides upon another place of finement for the convicted FANS Considerable Betting Being In dulged in by the Friends ot Both Abe Attell and Jimmy NO LOVE BETWEEN THEN And They Promise to Mix It When They Enter the Pins on Wednesday Night at LOS REELECTED NEW of the republican national campaign today issued his which shows that the railroads took but very little inter est in the campaign insofar as finan cial contributions to the election of Taft were The greater part of the entire list is made up of the names of the large mercantile concerns of the country which are interested in the tariff and from them came the greater part of the sinews of It is noted as interesting that Charles of a brother of the sub scribed thesum of to aid the cause of the younger member of his and that Andrew Carne gie wrote his check for the sum of to hep boost the republican party to Pierpont gan is down for and Presi dent Roosevelt spread his signature on a contributory check to the am ount of a personal gift to the The report was made public in compliance with a that the names of all contributors shoud be made known to the voters of the and a noteworthy fact in connection tnerewith is that Uie greater part of the total sum of the contributors came from men and firms of small means whose sole de sire was to see the perpetuation of LOS sion over the relative merits of Jimmv Welsh and Abe Attell has provoketT friends of both boys into placing some of the largest bets seen in this city n many long They fight on Thanks giving eve fcr the championship in their Plenty of money is available for the backing of both and many aets are being made on their respective Bad blood has existed between Welsh and Attell since the match was made owing to the caustic criticism the combatants have indulged in re garding each and one of the liveliest fights in months is looked for as a rrprts NEW one of tingreatest football games ever I Special to The j last case on Cue criminal docket of the court The Gom cleaningup I pers was today reelected president cf locket of the court of j the American Federation of but the turd division at this point tolone ballot being cast against Reid had before him the j Gompers received a great ovation up United Press SN Tho Ruef trial fcai dowr to n simple gabfprt between the the prosecution seeking tu delay matters until uch time a they may be able to avail sevps Cue advice and counsel of Speri1 uting Attorney is well on the road I recovery from the dangerous his wouldbe Jutipo wlio is trying tho lips fully demonstrate fart lifK is no reason for he charge oi prejudice made Irni lch a change of VOMIS was nsked and his being Ively impartial 01 all Jpoinis to him for ndimii of the third division at this s cleaned and it is pro1 bnble that ail the civil calendar will be of in the next two Judge Reid expects to have adjourned by that time and will linj mediately leave for ar1 riving in time to open the session called for December 21st at Fair recently convicted of seal j on the result cf the ballot becoming point the members of the federation Yesterdays mail consisted entirely of second class for the members of the federation j Kansas being the regeneration Each of the men found guilty of I being thoroughly in accord with the the Scottish The was thane were sentenced to pay j wise policy by which he has brought firie of ia default of which the organization to such a place of her and thev imst soend 300 dnys in the prominence in the affairs cf the naj may be expected jValdez ition England and Scotland interested throng crowded the James Duncan was elected first rice Nation arrives at hoi court room when the men were president of the federation and will have much to do with the shaping of its destinies during the time he will the republican party in power ia the United Harvard continuance of the prosperity of today defeated Yale by a score of 4 to In every point the game was most fiercely contested and was won on the merits of the men of Cam The Cardinals made thfir ony in the first half of the an1 after so were unable to make any appreciable inroads in the mag nificent defense put up by took every of the opeu I ings eft by their opponents though failing to I Over changed hands on i lv result f the and but few j persons of the present were j there without a financial interest in i their favorite j Todays game was the firsr won by i in which Yaie was their op j since when they defeated be men of New Haven by a score ot 12 to the country whch has marked the rule of the republicans since the ad vent of President McKinley into office in HATCHET Off TO SCOTLAND NEW Na tion was a passenger from this pert o Glasgow this tile art intention of the famous oil i prominently displayed ai the steame interesting news from points in when destination MORGAN TO BE HONORED GUEST United Press Pierpont Morgan has been invited to be the guest of honor of the associated com mercial bodies of Chicago on Decem ber 9th a big banquet having been that Many 01 her prominentfinanciers of the coun try are also and the affair promises to bo one of national import brought up for and Dis trict Attorney Crossley was the re cipient of a fiood of congratulations I occupy the upon the conclusion of the case i sixth Vicepresident whose which lie fought with such marked bold criticism of President Gompers HUility and with such successful re political policy had ranch to do with the turmoil attending the sessions of the was forced to de WILL BE EMPLOYED lltENEY PASSES DANGER MARK ACTIVITY ON cline it being the view IIVIII Things are humming out on Engijof both himself and President Gom pers that any policy advocated by either would not be acceptable to the following of the and in order to secure peace and harmony it was deemed best to give Gompers a i free hand in the the I affairs of the with a board of officers surrounding him upon whom he could rely for support in the many The man whose halo isnt on straight measures for the advancement of the liter creel these and quite tt little tcwn is springing up En it is will give a good account of itself before 1909 is many months There are signs that next teason will be the bannrr one in the history of the Tanana the for nearly all Mm n the cause c f labor initiated by surance of a continuance Nov cis according to a bulletin issued today by his is Uith the asj past the danger and has passed of the republican polices for the next four the Illinois Steel Company has decided tat resume its immense oyer Notice was giv the put em ployes of the who are at present out of again be given places on the of the en today just as scon as plant of the company can be into 12dOO of the old that point where there is any doubt as to his ultimate The bulletin states that his recovery is but a ques tion of and that with the ed mans splendid constitution he should be out and about in a very few The devil has been pinched for debt in He will probably concur with those who regard that town as a hales of a   

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