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Alaska Prospector, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1907, Valdez, Alaska THE ALASKA V016 ALASKA PROSPECTOR Valdez Alaska, October VALDEZ NEWS No 33 PLATFORM Alaska Home Railway. ValcJea To Interior Type-Nanow aauge 30 Ib. lails Consti uction-The tuost speedy and economical possible. generated by wa'er falls per mile of com- pleted road, each to be full paia and unasae.-sable. Dneetors-To be elected direct majority of stockholders. by Pohcy-L.ov.ebt possible freight tates and fares. development of Alaskan' ros-ources for Aluskuns. Operufion-In thw people's interests No promotion shmes No bonds ur other indebtedness. No high fcularitt] oJlictal.s tlqual rights to ali No free 01 leli.ites Freight and passenger rates same to all. Utmost publjcity in eoiporaie affairs Are Preparing For War New York, Oct. 2 In ao inter- view at the Army and Navy Club, Admiral Coghlan said that he wab positive that the Japanese are straining every resource in pre- paration for a conflict wilh the United States. He said ihe mob- olization of the fleet on the Pacific if- a wise move, and that it wouh: be much cheaper to spend on new battleships, than to have bix mouths war with .Input. Seattle, Oct 2 Congrexsrmu, purchased a half in- Weekly public audit of ail aecouuts. J terest, in the Antimon mines on Books open to inspection. Supplies and equipment puichaeed i the Kuskokwim direct All billd discounted by spot cash. Weekly publication of financial con- dition. Weo'clv publication of list of stock- holders No com missions on stock bales, No construction profits No graft or incompetence tolerated. Of Alaska, by Alaska, for Alaska. A square deal to all HENRY REYNOLDS. Trustee. Alaska. 13ih. 1907. At present ti it- entire supply of this metal is im- ported from the Onent and from Mexico to the United States by the Guggenheims, who control the entire production of antimony, amounting to near per year. Cruisers To Start Soonj J. Ham For Governor New York, Oct. cruiser.- Washingtun and are now coaling at Hampton roads. They will start for the Pacific October 8th. Chicago, Oct. The democrats of this section t are urging Jatms Hamilton Lewis to run as j nor Dunne. I Victoria, Oct. 2 On account ot London, Oct. British ad- niralty denies tin- report lh.it y to reestablish n at Esquimalt. They th( wrecking of vestels on tie '.skt-eui river which were taking pplu to northern British Col- a. uuibia, that district is going to be iy vcrv shot t of food winter. Ap- tlie British fleet in the Pacific is j oeals foi supplies are aln-adj' corn- not to be increased New York, Oct. 2 Rcpresenta- of Belmunt, Rvar, Rockefeller rm-L JaFt niijht, and :ip pointid Joe Fanning, a partner of Tom Taggart, the well ki.- wn In- duinn house man, to go on a .speech making tnK> out the through .tciesi of Davi1- R i-, they are booming lor the di'iiorinlic candi- date for PROMPT ATTENTION and QUALITY are the words on we rdj DRUG CO. We have just received a large consignment of Stein, Block CD'S. High-Grade Clothing No further comment is necessary. Their name stands for quality an dstyle fiom the inhabitants. H.ivana, Oct. Ma- inpued oideri- to bin troops to kilj, capture or drive into the every revolutionist in Cuba. San Francisco. Oct. .isserts that the United Railroad responsible for his kidnapping, and he demands that the tne road be inJicted. San Francisco, Oct. 8 -hooner Oregon was caught by an earthquake off Eureka Saturday and narrowly escaped being wrecked. The boat was tossed about and neatly capsiied. Oct. terrific stoim has but-n raging for the past few lays on the Atlantic ocean. The fleet of which was oft Cape Cod bay was only saved from being washed by using the ground tackle. The refrigerator boat Glacier, collided with the Deb- Moines. inflicting serious injuries on the latter. On the battleship Illinois Lieut. Poyer was thrown .tgainst a hatch and died soon tiler, and a seaman on the Minne- sota was wabhtd overboard. The atorm i.s the worst ever experienced ilong the coabt. Boise, Oct. Borah trial is developing into a furce. and it is exp vhat the court, will take the matter out of the hands of the jury today. The prosecution is now attempting to establish Boiah's connection with the Stuenenberg. murder. Shanghai, Oct. is an- nounced that all of the American missionaries escaped from Kanchowfu boxers vduring the recent outbreak, but the French? Italian and Catholic missionaries were killed and their minions des- troyed. Price vs Wilson Boxing Mutch Sat- urduy uigut. Twenty rounds. Don't .VIit.8 It. You will get your ruoueyV worth.
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