Valdez Alaska Prospector, September 26, 1907

Valdez Alaska Prospector

September 26, 1907

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Issue date: Thursday, September 26, 1907

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Publication name: Valdez Alaska Prospector

Location: Valdez, Alaska

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Years available: 1904 - 1907

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Alaska Prospector, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1907, Valdez, Alaska V016 ALASKA PROSPECTOR Valdez Alaska, September 2fc, 190r. VALDEZ NEWS No 32 A aska Home Railway. Valdez To Interior Type-Noi-row eange 30 Ib, rails CousTructton-Thw raost speedy economical possible. and Pcwer-Electricity geueratecl by water falls. per mile of com- pleted road. each to be full paid and uuassessable. Direct ors-To be elected direct, by, majority of stockholders. the terminals Policy-Lowest possible freight rates i and fares. Object-Legitimate development, of Alaskan'rewourceB for Alaskans. Operation-ln the people's interests. No promotion shares. No bonds or other indebtedness. No high salaried officials Equal rights to all stockholders. No free passes or rebates. Hawkins Wont Talk f Seattle, .Sr-pt. 26 Engineer Hawkins, of the Copper River Northwestern road, arrived last night on the Yucatan. When in- tervied regarding the reported pur- Seattle Endorses Road i Cold Blooded Shooting i Seattle, Sept. Alaska! Home Railway proposition been presented to the people of this a crime it appears to bo. Tbe story as city in such a forcH-temanner that jtold by practically tbe f Kumn att cfntail ur'ftonnt they are beginning to invest heav- i Tbe more that is learned of the j o. in the Canyon yestetdtfy the i more cold blooded and unjustifiable in account I with a few minor exceptions. a It that the crew of Alaska j Home men consisted of Surveyors aud ily in the project. Last night f I A-IUU4C3 UI171J BUKVCVUfa meeting of tbe Chamber of Com-! ,aborera wbo Wfire to eetuWub of the Bruner road by the and the .removal of from Katalla, lie merce called 'o consider the camp in Keystone canyon, make a sor- j refused to either nffirm or deny raftUer, and it resulted in the Alas-' voy aud start W0lk on tbe for the t i r. i i 'road. Headed by Silperinteudenl the statements until after he hag trnnip rpppivinw ihi-1 j Ka reteiMng 1111 yens aud some of the foremen the tneii made his report to the company in j enthusiastic indomement of that started for the canyoo. It is HP nrlmit u j nu u i in order to get into tbe canycu to the eest. He did however admit, and tbe Chamber strongly pasg cver a gtretch the roBdWttjr befojue witnesses that it was a loss Ur2ed the citizens of Seattle to claimed by the Northwestern people Freight and passenger rates same to all. Utmost publicity in corporate affairs. Weekly public audit of all accounts. Books always open to inspection. Snppliw equipment purchased direct. All bilJj discounted by spot cash. Weekly publication of financial con- dition. Weekly publication of list of stock- holders No commissions on stock sales. No construction profits. No graft or incompetence tolerated. Of Alaska, by Alaska, for Alaska. A square deal to alt. HBNBY DJ RBTNOLDS, Trustee. Valdez. Alaska. Autr, 1907. of time and money attempting to discharge freight at Katalla. Seattle, police have received a tip that Covington and Burlison are traveling over- land through British Columbia. Boise, Sept. examina- tion of jurors yesterday revealed the fact that the sentiment of the community was mostly in favor of Borah. subscribe to its stock. I ttnd ll was at tbis Place that Kd- bin men bad constructed a barri- Seattle, Sept. Two men an- j cade with for their guns. T As tbe Party appronched, of Hasey's men, O'Neal, started to, a thejcoyote jonded with powder, but swering tbe description of Coving- l ton and Burlison boarded Santa Clara enroute for Katalla. j was grabbed by Morrisey and i i i j lese, weeping with rage. Hftsey, with- The authorities at Valdex have been advifed to watch for them. mit w-rulng of ing into the crovrd of laboring men who a t o were in the rear of the party, ile Sept. 2b- 1 Saratoga fiye anj dropped flw> arrived Veffenlay from Vui.Joz.and j Deputy marshals were sent oot aud the Edith left for that port in niBbt Hasey and Oiekson; afternoon. PROMPT flfr NEWSPAPER TIOH and QUALITY art Ihe icrw n ikirt wi ttif-OWL DRUG CO, We have just received a. large consignment of Stein, Block High-Grade Clothing: No -further comment is neeessary. Their name stands for qualityand style iutbe jail here. Tbe talaoue of tbe men aod a stack 30 rititw left at tte Guggenheim camp. Daring tho night the rifles ttaad agititif shots bfliog takeo at sooia of tbe Alaska wbo had tbe tsaoerity to walk oat onto tbe river flat below the can you The markmanship wag poor and be escaped. Or Boyle reports that the rietitns of yesterday's outrage are restikir quietly at the hospital The principal danger of the fatal, in tbnt i poisoning may in. Soft bul- lets Were need by tbe assassins and that makes the wounds more than would otherwise be the case Seattle, Sept. 26 In an inter- yesterday evening Rey- nolds said that tbe Home railway had complied with, evey respect, and thafr-ife bad been tbi> policy of the cora-pany not to antagonize the He1 tprixed the Phooting of ful men the M'ork. of 'Hawkins also in- ter vowed and Said that be was grently surprised to of trdi-.ble nt Valtlez, as he thought it would be all settled in the courts- He saul that the reason the Ciuggonheims were endeavor-- ing so hard to hold a right-of-way through the canyon was because' !bt y hud not decided whether to use- K.ntalla or for a teimi- nnl of their road, and they did not ivnt-it any opposition if' thw went to Valdez. Ahuska Drof To bnceos. for Cigars EWSPAJPER ;