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   Fairbanks Times (Newspaper) - October 31, 1915, Fairbanks, Alaska                                OLUMEXII OCTOBER His Automobile Collides ith a Street Car In New Democratic party jwill meet in this city oh December at which time ft will be decided at what dty the next national convention shall be Seven days later the Repub lican committeemen will meet for the same WITH NEW Jess the champion heavyweight pugilist f of the and his Tom SI were badly bruised this afternoon when their automo bile crashed into a street Willard had announced that he was willing to fight anyone in the world who might be ft ered a worthy opponent in this city during Mardi Gras week J It is not known whether his juries will be serious enough to keep him out of the ring for y length of nor has the blame for the accident been Ir Friends State Positively Big Affair Is Slated for That LWtale there has as yet been no offi announcement of the of the president are certain wedding of Wilson and alt will take place on No at 6 in the evening at Gait motored Seattle Organization Intends to Build Twelve ment was made today that the Arctic club will immediately commence the work of building twelvestory club building on the site of the old Seattle The building will be modern in every respect and will cost five hundred thousand New York Democratic Com mitteeman Predicts The national commftteemen of the National Committees of Both Parties to Meet In SAN man Democratic na tional committeeman from New who is visiting the today stated in an interview that Woodrow Wilson would certainly be renominated by his party and that it was possible that James Hamilton senator from might be his running matev This is Oregon day at the ex Parade In Cincinnati Takes Hour and Half to Pass Given antiprohibitionists of the city pa raded here today and there was a tremendous The parade took one and onehalf hours to pass a given IN SEATJLE Reaches Elliott Bay City With His Prisoners Quite Safely the steam er arriving from the North this aft ernoon were William Ashbrook and wife and Marshal of Fair with Big Chena Operator Will Come In for Winter THE BEST SWEATER COATS IN TOWN SO IrtJU In town for the first time since Last Joe who has been prospecting in the Big ar rived in town He re ports that and Van Curler are coming in within a few days to make their purchases for the During the Van Curler had fairly good success and seemed to be pleased with the results of his Van Curler has not been in Fairbanks for three and dur ing her absence has seen but one She has worked win ter and assisting her hus band in developing their TO Hi PINSKA Successor to Saigenfc Fairbanks Dawson Fairbanksan Was Undergoing Treatment For Back from the States after some months spent away from Fairbanks in the hope of improving the con dition of his George an oldtimer of the has some interesting facts to tell regard ing his experience Ion the steamship which sank in Queen Char lotte Holmes is none the worse for his experience the although all of the passengers were more or less alarmed when the big steamship was Holmes eyes are much im proved and Outside was a success in every Formerly he was an operator on Goldstream and he Is giad to be back home once Sofia Announces That Juncture Has Been Effected Between Two Forces at Pirot and That Serbs Are Is Ordered to Pro ceed Immediately to the Serbian Bombardment on Galiipoli Penin sula Causes Turkish Trenches to Gave Naval Battle Between Turkish and Rus S sian Squadrons in Black Sea Is With the Result Not Yet Brit ish Mine Sweeper Is Sunk in Collision With i Loss of 155 and Vashon and and Not a Wheel Is Turned in Peabody While Services Are Being Objects to Interest He Took in the Case of Miss British troops that have been landed at Salokina have re ceived orders to depart immediately for the Serfeian front The position ofSerbia is getting to be more desperate the Serbs now retreating in a westerly It is claimed by the war officials that the entireBulgarian front has completed a June ture with the AustroGerman forces at southeast of There has been no further news received regarding the at except that the French troops recently landed are participating in The British auxiliary mine sweeper Hythe today collided with another British war ship off the Gallopoli peninsula and the former was According to the latest ad vices that have been received were 155 men killed as the result of the accident King George is resting easily but there is still some alarm felt regarding his General Joffre is paying his first visit to England since the outbseak of the wan He is being royally but spends most of his time in meeting members of the cabinet and the heads of the prominent departments connected with the war ser busy manufacturing town hushed al of its machinery this morning to a silent tribute to the 21 little girls who lost their lives in the par All of the stores the time the ON GALLIPOLI terrific bombardment by the Allies on the Gallipoli peninsula has had the effect of caving in many of the trenches occupied by the left wing of the Turkish There has been a great loss of lifebut the Turks have maintained their position in spite of the almost continuous artillery Oct to advices received here nine personswho were convicted of espionage on the 16th of the month were executed at the The news was received by way of NAVAL BATTLE IN BLACK advices received fom Bucharest say that the Turkish Goeben and Hamidieh have attacked the Russian Black sea squad The latter consists of three several cruisers and a number of tor pedo boat The result of the battle was unknown at the tinje the dispatch was J MAYBE Outposts of Villas Force Are in Touch Win Carranza Force Defending Border Town and Big Fight Is Expected Today or Are Momentarily ochial school were closed funeral services were in and practically all the people in town lined the streets as the cor tege passed on its way to file ceme New Premier Says Keynote of Endeavors Will Be Oct Briand today announced the press that it is not the intention of the new cabinet that there shall be any change in the war policy at this Their motto win be Vi tory and all their efforts will be bent toward attaining the highest ef ficiency in the fighting force at the front and its Seattle Pier Fire Is Still Bothering the Local f The local police are investigating rumors to the effect that an arson treat was responsible for the fires Expected for Thousand United States Troops Occupy Trenches when tte a Blne Pannel Within Few Feet of Prepared for Any thousand soldiers of the United States infantry are now occupying trenches within a few feet of the Mexican border and ready to interfere when the expected attack on the Carranza troops forming the garrison at Agua Prietas is made by the Villa It is expected that the battle wjll take place on Sunday or Reinforcements for the Carranza force probably will arrive late tonight The Villa army is slowly approaching and preparing for the conflict Several small skirmishes between outposts have already There are now more American troops on the border than for months past Twentytwo Americans from El for whom considerable anxiety had been crossed the border this afternoon at They had made two attempts to reach the being to avoid the to circle to the west the second Oct from along the border today state that all is quiet The patrol has been largely augmented and the greatest vigilance is being exercised to prevent YALE ELEVEN 6 Colgate College Boys De feat Sons of Eli by 15 to NEW The Yale eleven wag accorded one of the biggest surprises in its history when the Colgate team defeated it on the local gridiron by a score of 15 to Injuries kept several of the strongest men on the Yale team on the MICHIGAN AGGIES DEFEATED 20 TO 0 EAST Michigan Orphan Agricultural college defeated the Michigan Ag gies today in a fast football game by the score of 20 WHFTWORTH COLLEGE LOSES TO OF Univer sity ofWashington this afternoon defeated Wbitworth college by the score of 27 to Speed was the keynote of the the local boys having improved immensely in the past Stephen One of Oldest Dies of Heart Stephen formerly a widely known umpire in the National and later with the Americans and died here today sud denlyfrom heart NEW POSTMASTER FOR ANCHORAGE Fred Wood has been appointed postmaster at to succeed Hoyden who MADOO IS 52 YEARS OU TODAY of the Treasury MeAdoo will celebrate War Office Fails to Give Out Details of Damage govern ment arsenal at Woolwich was damaged to some extent during a recent Zeppelin The amount of damage done not been made the war office bulletin just admitting the fact that bombs were dropped and some damage PRINCETON WINS FROM WILLIAMS liner was the estimated loss being A million Public Have Shown Keen Desire to Patronize the In a good fast this afternoon the Princeton Tigers defeated WD1 iams college by a score of to ARE LEAVING FOR FAIRBANKS MONDAY followj ing persons will leave on Monday on the steamer Admiral going For the first time since the pub lic library was on Septem ber the librarian made a report which will be interesting not only to the members of the Civic which Is in charge of the but to the general public as The report is as follows With the close of this week the Thomas Memorial library completes the first full calendar month of the as it was opened to the public September Although it is yet too early for many people to be at the readingroom has been well pat ronized from the not a day having passed when it was not oc cupiedby eager The mag azines and periodicals from the Out as well as the three home pa are closely read by who fully appreciate the privilege thus as well as the comfortable surroundings provided by the Civic An increasing number are avail ing themselves of the privilege of taking out books by paying the small sum of a Fiction 195 voumes having been drawn since the library together with 60 volumes of non divided among liter sociology and There is an increasing demand uptodate works on mining and and it is to be hoped that authoritative material on these subjects can be made available in the near son was yesterday to and Casper V who was in re his fiftysecond Fairbanks by way of Cordova Vlft w It X Oct The state department toK t day had nothing to say garding the charges that hate been preferred by Germany against Brand caii ambassador to It X ia understood that the German It government has suggested he be transferred to X where the seat of the Belgian government supposed to be X Whftlock has gotten X X in disfavor with the German t t government because of the X terest he displayed in the eaWt X of Miss executed mjjt X Brussels by the Germans a ft Admiral Line Purchases Two Vessels to Be Put On Alaska Admiral line has purchased the freighters Rutland and Ogdensfaurg and will place them shortly on the Alaska The Steamship conr pany will rename the freighters Bennington and recently Juneau and Sir Charles Tupper Dies in England at the Age of Sir Charles Canadas Grand Old died in England today at the ad vanced age of Fourteen consecu tive times he was returned as mem ber of parliament for his native Nova and he represented it for For many years he was commissioner for Canada in and in 1886 he was prime of the Dominion of From 1896 to 1900 he was leader of the since which time be has retired from active participation in Will Build Two 450Ton Blast Furnaces at esn tract has been closed with a local inn for the erection at of two 450ton blast fur The it is will be commenced in the near fu A Have Lifted Some froiit Italian Ocfc thieves are at work in several ings at the exposition Italian building losing several able prizes formerly of banks tas been elected that mother and son are dofof camp of ing   

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