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Fairbanks Weekly News Miner, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1921, Fairbanks, Alaska AND THC WEEKLY ALASKA CITIZEN VOLUME NO I FAIRBANKS, AT.AHKA "TUUAY, JUNE IT, 1921 NO-W WHENTHESDNSHINES LABOR IS D.S. WILL ON US AT MIDNIGHT AT WORK NOT JOIN Tne of the iiidmgu: Suii Maj -IsL, at Fait bauka, under the auspices oi the .Native sous and LMughtei 01 tbe Golden. N urtb Aiutu ana dDettea D> the men and ei --a i. eat, to utotOid.te DLNVER June API-The' WASHINGTON D C, June 16 f A.mencau Federation of Labor now has been learned author! n here has passed a reso tativelv that the I nited States does 1 i on all ne upon he T mteJ not contemplate panclpating m the te ena e 10 ndopt LaFoller e deliberations of the Council of the b II proudlng for a fede al InvfS League of Nations which convenes at i i gation of the Nationwide 1 )ck Switzerland tomorrow to -onr of the seamen discush the question of mandates The resolution declares that "A. Vnerican participation is conaid i i x-ombmanon of European and An en ered unnecessary, since the United car ship have bwn 1 States and Japan hare undertaken THERFSARICK STILL LEFT IN THE OLD TOWN thwarting American people in ue m t, aunt iiue and to V -11 lu ilji.-1-Uiio aiiieJJ-ilc, t tu Ida .-.jpn.mi.jj il L tiuo. uae oi A las LA, ihe oi Alaska inri Jm tiuu is in il, and work tnd tor L ifi Ndtivg Sons aud Daughters aie be the and tne ioia ui uor in the jeaio hit tcmiCe Of the Women Dunliaiii baa charge of the autj parade aLd L a Vrt> O Gar i of tje daiue jf the ives that nighv, ilrs Llegs of the sports ot the dav Mrs e Ctbe refreshments and all the men are working on which partakes of success oi day -iiter the parade, or at t.-ere viiii be saoru dnd novelty prizes far Adults wni ir legitimate desire ami purpoae in the orerieas "be convention also a reso on calling for a congress iona] eegitation of tbe Southern cotton 25c to IM tbe A ith ciuUrttu free. Before the Mil be He feaat at Hail for ti.e cmldren, will also be omenov. good and b> the u dei people to some extent- --uu oi the of Jie Midnigh sun g'v en bv tie e bon0 aau Daughters supeni ed bj the Pioneer Women f Mrs- Jack O'Gara chairman of cooimiitee The a settlement of the mandate question over the Island of Tap tiro direct negotiations Just aomDg ourselves, we always knew thai the makings of a live cown still remained in u was oulj necessar} to 'touch Old iimerb to bring cheat thru, we J j was uij xuiu iiiej- utiug in, seat iuone> u> jester i ouacb i line ior iAjs Jtuy OLO, rat tut, we must toru CITY DADS WERE BUSY the 'Festival of the -iUt, which is Sun, of tiie bone and Daughters of uoiden Thei is who -eitle Alaska oMem, the who will do the work of uj c-hiiife- up the finest celebration Then alwaya behind the fellow who will do but it is such a thantteM job that a feller doesa t care to tackle it if he can avoid it- ThoM ho are giving the least or notbiflC ire during the working time fivmg town asking he feller who is stirring things up d ing it 'vhat ne will make out of it and criticising everything does and as there 1ft nothing bat and annoyance ij the job if t j 1 to get a tnaa comnu'ttte to tacnle a celebration. However by keeping tbeir naznee out of It fo or three men are gomp into tbis Fourth celebration and are WRECKED dance w H >tart 10 p m, when al! he 1 Native Sons ihe Diufah ers are off the job for da the admi sion pnce Jean Bunneli been elected "Queen of Court of the and her angeMaeed highbinders OMAHA June -F v and S
made available to the street committee for the purpose i AlUlTHEPREPJUiE ACCIDENT 'CONTRACT TO ARGUE LEWIS June ID On tJ e adMce f tome Geneiai jjaugher Pit iden ng es te dai Annulled he ar D part tne cent icti paced tbe eJ bta c- ernes', Companv fo d tfO ai t irptus bar pss 1 Pres aent action in annul hn_ the con wa-% taken n tne grondi, hat contract e the cr tnnal code prohibiting pirticipa in Government- officers and em in such transactions T( Jui e iA.P he t, r UJ ,ia been DC t e L nited xates and i n settleti ent o the n endJ g be ween them f- -1 are the Manda e t e iland of the irnm qjestion alien land legisla i J he return of Shantung F the that have been but wWcb are no For the Fourth of July the town rnt.rp and there s to mg the city's on its toes thia morning Alet other one albeit a safe and The health committee recommend us a cbecrv foi JSn o'-e this Fourth td o the council tSat the 6th avenuejand others have volunteered finan Make to lo ish vhich has been A backing and to stand behind brate m Fairbanks srurce of trouble to the health com r itree be opened for the dumping of clean refuse It Is the plan of tbe cotrmittee to have the sloug i partialh filled with ine refuse and then covered with soil in order to, eliminate ona oi the town s threatening nuisances The ucual bills were read and communications acted upon A reso lution aimed to check tbe aotomo-1 OVERTH, BATTLERS DIVIDE WORKING June Th r i -lOldiers were ne" i jo o can n iireteen T a w ill at entr T e of Camp ONE OF THE INJURED DIES Pr the hirieen injured died m ies anrt maximum fine m a pr h-> nc been to The new ordinance n n- aa hospital tcmobiles follows bile of open mufflers UAitilN'U L> L Jane ib dnving tbru town or whenj Ai L the tai are running while parked1 1 eiij uf III ioia uti drawn up and pacsed and t u uoublf oua alao decided that tbe Kej FL IC.LI uesr t concerning speeding within the L0n following a brief c.. eer as n limits shall henceforth be rigid! ieaiclc0r admitted the Hi i ofi enforced The speed limit is Wfe m 187t> m u j enteieJ ubhc ife as a membei of ve U uoia Ceneral A sembl as clecL 1 to t-te a.ad ed 1 ar li IS s t e ted to co g e s ami n e ber f Jie oOtL and 1 r again in a rt n ember of the L S e a e a id r t un 10 ORDINANCES NO 240 June I r ti h miners ve te %oted on o re r for a e It to e u of s ng the Kx, f iambe of Commerce aa I ared fh t con trrl e bu a exemplified b> re Packer Ton rol Bill ia a nn ent ol s r h of Socialism Tbe Senator attacked the whjlo n' Government control tfiat it would be a tragic failure "Three balls" veiled the umpire charce to soak it stouter t he excited pawnbroker's tc the batsman RECEIVED SEA The members of the scho 1 board ever tbe interests of the s idmg and supplemetiLins b pioposed schot I gvmnasium n micJ i 1 oi INO 196 f the To are out thix for i fiaa c t f i r nl c -VI as' a anl f i o her o u HI nor -to! P i po es ng it torn down and mcned ardj r f1" TI 1 M enal passing and tbej f VM) COLNCIl OP o rg rf t c new holdng a OF FAIRBANKS u Fo cf Jih dm P m the' rkat Sect on 1 of Ordinance 196s or Saturcla-v night July 2nd be and ihe is hereby amende1 The "wil1 be brought to as follows and the t T-1H bm for t 10 ecticn 1 That it shall be un U LAM It t June ei a le s c i i (.1 1 it u neu irainicg in s mon i r tlie t rospects 01 contmu int. ne g ma until ihe ndup 1 t i iitji n parrng partflert a stre c s h C KPENT1ER WILL APPEAR SHOR- TIME BEFORE FIGHT M June irptn pr w 11 remain aT h lie c-mr iQtil G" V'our'- i e f -b o ng to the arena h automobile Ttr- n hp i ieo h t tnts n aniger 11 direc c bat ;il fn m tne Frenchma" corne he e f1 t. ublira i at e as vhe en o it be o f r n f "N s i OFFICE c e F Dea1 recen ed a rr ie tie postoffice th nr" ing him that the nml e todav d knowing that the mono for any person persons com h cago for the Gimnasum fo- Younger Fair or corporation to run or opp banks ate in Town of Fa i banks aaj ss t f e who paid Kokom i creek a isit this week returned; last evening Mr Golfrev is ed m mining ground oa Kokomo and has had a partv prospecting hold inga since early this DEATH BY FIRE CALGARY June 14 J J Rut ledge and four burned to dea h when f de- ed vome near Tn nisfail ss Ce Jia No-ton sdio l vootisavt engine motor car truck icr at Xa armed m F-t.ii Ttin obile motorcycle or other ve- on the n fiom tbe c e H le p apelled or b% laa is l lene motne bv iite "nal CGTI came in from tne States last ft bust on and emitting loud explosive T to accept tbe Cnatinika sounds without stirh engine i( is returning to her home arJ car truck automobile r "wi'l make the trip to the Cb P steel Miss Norton will Cor tbre exhatut tbtraof' I'ealv on t CANADA OBJECTS VICTORIA, June
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