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   Fairbanks Evening News (Newspaper) - November 7, 1906, Fairbanks, Alaska                                COATS up BROS. CO. Phone 78 FAIRBANKS EVENING NEWS. VOL II. FAIRBANKS. ALASKA. WEDNESDAY. NOVKMUKR 7. 100C. No.'180. BEN WE SAY NG IN JEWELRY nplete stock in Fairbanks. See our rer Deposit Ware class store in the States. ;rs in Fairbanks that handle it. te line. YOU WANT UP-TO-DATE GOODS MUST GO TO :weler of the North itch by our Chronometer, the timepiece in Fairbanks. Feel Good warm underwear this have an immense stock ibles, so there's no ex- shivering. Commercial Co. sts in Outfitting to be donatod. so that all of the pro- ceeds may bo turned over to Mr. Beach. liven! COUGHS AND COLDS. Buy the genuine White Pine and Tar only, at Anderson's Drug Store. B.'s held urday 111 be who in on st 20 Inju- been since. blc to et ie rt- d ev- Ith is Closing out entire slock of ladies' and children's wear, going at prices or before quoted in Fairbanks. Call and got >ours at Miss J. m's. Second avenue. Several teams left for tho upper Tanana country this uiorulng. dls- tributlng feed along the trail. FOR dogs. Enquire 3d Shoe Store, next Gordon's. roll of bills. Finder return to this office and receive a liberal reward. half-shepherd dog nam- ed Dick Finder notify Wjs. Daven- port. Xeu office. s. FOR horse and har- ness. Inquire Mrs. Marshall, Judge old rebldence. t___ is Flyiiig se cold days. Is it full of it? Better fill up now. PAY YOU TO SEE CHON please at Right Prices. of Rubber Boots-FREE h Your Outfit. it Wholesale Outfitter tHON'S Phone 135 JMEWSFAFERi "State elections were held yesterday in the following states: Alabama (California Colorado Connecticut k Delaware Florida Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Maryland Michigan Minnesota Missouri Nebraska Nevada New Jersey New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Wisconsin Massachusetts New Hampshire Pennsylvania Wyoming For congressmen, supreme court judges, legislative and county For congressmen from the territories Arizona. Hawaii, Porto Rico (Special to NEW YORK. NOT. 7. -Tho Tarn- many Independent Judiciary ticket hi elected with the exception of Otto Rosa 1 sky. a republican, who will be one ot tfie next Judges of the ieooral sessions. WASHINGTON, 'D. Noy. Congressman "WadswoTtt. for many chairman of the JIDUBO mlttce oil Vgrfcultare. was for re-olectlon yesterday In the Tblr- ty-fourth Nfjw York district The vote In this district was and the congressional dldate vent through wtth the candi- date for Rorernor. NEW: YORK; NOV. eeo out- sldo'dlfllricts missing. Hughes' plnral- lly in the Blato of Now York la With GO districts mlsslpK In the city of New Yorkt Hearst's plurality IB 000 Indicating that Hughes will be elected byiTpluralltr of about Hearst Is not at nil downcast by (be Defeat .but rather JooXs Upon it as a KlorlouR victory. In of tho fact that he had'to combnt nor only the machinery of tho dominant ty. but also, the corporate Interest of tho state. H.o that the- flpht acalnst the" will bo continaed by hfni. as a leader. If agreeable to tho peopll-. iuid If not. as a worker In the ranks of party. NEW YORK. New York, tbo state that holds ihf balance of political had tron- blcs of Its own this campaign 'HearstlsnT was the principal trouble. For years Hearst has been working his newspapers on the lines of rank demagoguery, playing lo'ttfe galleries to catch the pennies ot the and the uneducated. While hlu pa- pens have doubtless done considera- ble KOOd, they have aa surely done more barm, for they acuk to gain their point by vituperation, and fio to the extreme In every way. One result of jjollcy the organic' Uon in Now York, Chicago and San Francisco of what is termed the In- dependence league, with Hoamt as the father of the movement and the i candidate and boss of the party, j Especially In Now York haa the In-' dependence league grown In strength. with tho result thnt Hearst or mated Its strength and became ex- coedlogly saucy to tho democratic, party, of which he has alwavs bfon i a member The Independence Icauuc tho first to hold its contention In Now York, getting togeiher In Now York clly on September 1 and naming a full mate ticket, with IK-arnt at tho head The ticket was as follows: SEMI SKATTLK. l to llic N-wa i DespHi- Ctl' u.Mlhy of the reiiubllciiiiK. who   of .mil I lie suit- of Washington. Tin-} elected llic-lr three con- cumllilatrs for tho su- pi'-iiM- tiMich of .1 hit; ma- JorfU of llielr It candidates ami all the cotintx ofRcora thtoughoni the wtate. The congresKloiial jnd Judiciary tic. ro (hroURh bv .1 pluratltv of ,it.out For the in Grorfio Cottcrlll. doroocrat. prob- iblv Joseph Lyonn. who was strongly urgtd upon the by S  uiwn which to tbo leg- Irtlatitre art the> had In 1904. 7 In the SEATTLE. Xov throughout the star >CKlerda> was light. returns show lhat It Id within SO JUT cont of what It very Incom- not was HEW PICTTTEE HE. AND HES, W. E. EEAESI AOT two >o.irH and but very little .Interest was In unv ot thu j larce cities republicans were gen SON. (Continued on Page Six.) Chenalii County. MONTKSANO, Nov. entlru republican ticket this county, with the exception of the candidate for justice of tbo peace, was elected. CLARKE COUNTY. VANCOUVER. Nov. entire republican state and connty ticket was elected by about tbe same ma- jority the ticket had In 1904. Whatcom County. BELI.INGHAM. Nov. plete returnH ttbow the state ticket was elected In couni> by a largo majority. Tho curry the county ticket sure, with the exception of An- drow the candidate for slierltl. H Is probable that Larry Flanagan, the democratic candidate. Is elected It IH Impossible- to tell >et whether or not J. W. Romalne, whose namo was placed on tho ticket for tho legislature In Ihc place ot thut of J. Noethu. charged Ith ombezzk'- i rueiit of campaign funds, has boon erally successful, the personal popu-1 Xoolhu-K larlty of cenaln dates occaalonal offlco. Returns show this morning that by democratic candl carried them Into name caused u split In the republi- can party and It Is posylbk- thut (Continued on Page Two "A- i -NEW YORK, Nov. Randolph Hearst, the defeated candidate of the democrats and the independent party for governor of the state of New York, states in an offi- cial interview given out today that if the people are decided they want the republican party in power he is satisfied. He "declares, however, that he has not yet given up the fight for the principles enunciated in his campaign, but will continue the fight as long as he lives, in office, where he can.de. the most good, if possible, but otherwise as a worker in the ranks of his party. He declared he did not enter the contest on peronal grounds, but in order to champion the rights of the people. He is not sorry for the defeat for any personal sense of unsat- isfied-ambitions, but because of the fact that it prevents him doing many acts officially which could not help but redound to the benefit of the common people against their enemies, the trusts. Despite the energetic fight waged againt Hearst in Brooklyn by the democratic leader, State Senator McCarren, Wearst carried that borough by a plurality of at least In all the large cities of the state, Hearst defeated Hughes by good majorities and not a single one was carried by the republican candidate. It was the small towns and the farming communities of the state which carried Hughes through to victory. Buffalo, Rochester, Utica, Troy, Elmira, Rome, Little Falls and Johnstown, all manufacturing centers, and formerly strongly republican in political sentiment, were carried by Hearst! Great interest was taken in the judiciary ticket, which was named by a committee composed of Alton B. Parker, Joseph H. Choate and other notable lawyers of the state. All of them were defeated by the Tammany, independent and fusion candiates for the offices. The democratic ticket inhlew York state ran ahead of Hearst, and there is nothing definite regarding the figures on subordinate officers of the state. Both parties are claiming the election of their candidates from lieutenant-governor down. Indications are that the legislature will show but little change, although Tammany and the independents appear to have gained a few seats. State Senator Grady of Tammany was elected to succeed himself against "Eight Hour" Thomas Rock, who had been conceded by all parties to be a sure winner. State Chairman Woodruff stated this morning that he knew all along that his party had lost the labor vote, and though everything possible had been done to recover it. the efforts, of the campaign committee had been of no avail. Hughes said this morning that he was satisfied he was elected, and the figures denoted there was no question of it. He said that his feelings were not of alarm now, but of responsibility. A year ago it was Richmond borough which defeated Hearst for the mayoralty, and Brooklyn which gave him his biggest vote, but this year it is entirely the reverse. (Special to TUe FARGO, N. D, Nov. Hanna ot the North Dakota Ropubll- dSfc.- can. state concedes the defeat of Governor Searles, tho Re- publican candidate for reflection, by 1 a majority of Bnrko, the Dem- ocratlc candidate carrying tbe day. ut it ue eeuun utuiv than a mile Into tho air a reservoir of ether attached to a parachute. This, being released at the highest point, floats gently back to earth, the condensation being caused by toe evaporation ot tho ether. It Is said to be decidedly efficacious even where there IB scarcely a trace of cloud. a soft pink or pale green, with whtto canton flannel woven In for a velvety border at each end. Ono must see to appreciate the beauty of a white can- ton flannel rag carpet. A rag style rug which Is delightful Is woven of Singapore lattice. This Is n curtain drapery, a lattice-like fabric, as Its name Implies. It comes In pleasant, soft, dnll shades, and wuuwif. The Only One In His Clast. Mrs. don't send Reggie to a public school because he Is so unlike other boys. He has a private tutor of his own. Sir. see. Your boy la ,aa you might say. In a Clara by himself. York Herald. glucd'on it and scaled. Through a lit- tle silt In the coffin other Is Intro- duced. Ho fasts for practce two days before beginning his exhibition and then re- mains in his coflln for eight days and eight nights. At tho end of this period he has always lost exactly eight pounds, and after a fortnight's rest he bcdnft again. No. 181. SIBIL Art Impels Many sn to Encourage i Italy to Satisfy ngings, Millionaire Art Col- re Said to Pay Men ie Churches of Italy Valuble Works. i That Church Au- Are Sometimes to Take tna Mon- )eliver the Goods. is charged that Uloimlrea collectors or unable to buy works ot in cburchcs, uro cngag- x-s a! skillful burglars, objects wanted, uo In which this has In that oC tho bas-relief llobbla, ono of the most which has rom the Church of St, la. near Florence. Sov- s, who sixjnl some days .offered fabulous sums ellcf. The offers were 0 canon of tho church, s not for sale, and it is 1 to bell national works Igners. bus been stolen the Am- argcd with having hired The Americans havo dls- one or two places It Is t the church authorities, c large sum offered, se- work and gave out that CONTESTS HTIDN terill Beat Him Out State Senate in Se- a Majority of One ne Vote. for a' Recount and 3 the Matter to the nate if His Petition (lowed, d to The Newi.) Nov. returns show that George Cot- to tbo state senate for h district, ID Seattle, by only one vote. An county central notice on. the au- rtlcularly careful In the r iho ballots In this dts-- bavo evidence shoving s elected by a safe ID tbe demand for says ho will take tho stale senate unlesa tho vcd. Two-Thirds of the i. as Yet, but Indi- r'e That Those Are B Figures. to The Nov. two- vote In tho stato of as yet In. Hughes' In all probability be iccordlng to tho most cs so far in. offices except the gov- in doubt, but tho re- received Indicate that Independent candidate xt llouumant-govomor. tlcally unanimous, only one proclnct being registered against the proposi- tion. In This year alone between 000 and worth of motor cars will bo manufactured In Great Motoring- Illustrated. ON NOTE. vs. Ensor and Griffith, wniiam H. Hlmes and Alphonso Mor- eney Is the tide of the latest case fllod In tho office of Clerk-Ed. Stler this afternoon. The Fairbanks Banking company, l lirough Cashier R. c. Wood, seeks to recover the sum ot J1.028 with Interest at the rate of 12 per cent per annum from the date ot maturity of tho note, which was September 16. INEWSPAPERif   

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