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Fairbanks Daily News Miner (Newspaper) - August 3, 1912, Fairbanks, Alaska AUGUST Of Your attention Is callsd to the Bank Money and Drafts fay this There no better er way for money orders are cheaper than those of the Express Company or ere any and If lost or stolen a duplicate Issued at once tedious delay necessitated by the Red methods to duplicate of other account opened with often save you erable trouble when a dispute arises over the payment THIS BANK IS UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE UNITED STATES Classified Advertisements work of any kind around a hotel can do any thing Apply NewsMiner ALASKA NATIVES by girl in private hotel or restaurant Apply NewsMiner In his book on Wallace Gilpatrick says of that republics for mer chief executive The next mo ment President Diaz His presence was extremely commanding but His countenance was handsome and rath er his complexion fresh and his eyes dark at that His handshake was firm and and his hand warm and denoting perfect Such Is Contention of Federal Bishop ATTENTION The Tanana Club ex tends a cordial invitation to all members of the Ma sonic fraternity to attend a smoker at the Club rooms Saturday evening at oclock in honor of the visiting Walter for three years Tederal school teacher at i Mountain 200 miles from I ibp niomh of the Yukon who is now leaving government does not agree with Bishop Rowe that the natives of Alaska are perishing and the only hope for them is federal In years to come Doth Indians and Eskimo will be a better and stronger said Wherever government educational I work has great good has been and as fast as appropri atlons can made the work is being To put all the na lives of Alaska reservations would be a fatal To attempt to herd or remove the natives at all without consulting the tribal chiefs is n i These chiefs j are not They and their for bears have lived much longer in Alaska than any and it must be remembered they are reasonable and their Interests I deserve Governments Work From three years experience at j Mountain and from many talks and investigations of the work am convinced that the bureau of education to doing el most the only practical for the welfare of these The missions their and they haye to a great measure failed the bureau of education is now talcing Its and while the work is only it will ulti mately Wllh all respect to the sincere mission workers of I find this fault with their work The young men and women they turn out from schools and missions are not fitted to go back to en vironment and cope with the They have been they are and they are mor but the problem of their exist ence has not been Reindeer Natives reindeer will be the salva lyiplNTOSH A KUBON PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS ALASKA WHITE PASS YUKON ROUTE Winter Stage Service In the winter when navigation Is trains will tinue running between Skagway and and Fre4ght Service wil be maintained by a Equipped Stage Line between Wnitehorse and For information relative to freight and telegraphic apply to any agent of the or to TRAFFIC and Gen Agent the Eskimo and the natives of and Southwestern Al The boys start as They quit their fouryear term each with a herd of from forty to fifty In that time they have learned how to care for the and they have lived an outdoor life that makes them physically hard as The reindeer provide these own ers with clothing and an In come in My four aprentices had altogether a cash Income of J350 last After tbe first year the boys are allowed to sell from their The vital need of the Alaskan na tive today is the means and the edu cation to provide for himself and fam ily out of the resources of the That is what the government is glv ing They Deceive an Xbe jjy an Burned A Special Venire for NotesrChances for Not a Poor Mans May Go to the Prom the Idltarod Pioneer of July 13th and 20th the following inter esting items hare been clipped Earthquake In District Last Saturday night about 10 learn of the Chrtetlan They are taught cleanliness and sanlta best of they learn how to for Natives Not The I are not an Immoral The same is true I of all the Alaskan na What immorality and was 1 and from a very small percentage of the I found in Alaska among tbe white citizens some o the finest men 1 have ever Bui there is a small class of men who were drawn to rhe North by tbe hope of getting rich men of dog cache thieves sellers of illicit whisky to the na For what debauchery there the natives we may thank this class of But I cannot agree with Bishop Rowe that the natives are fast go ing to the They are not a dying and thanks to the work of the department of education thes are poing to be an independent peo A Richmond woman has in her employ a colored cook who has man aged to break nearly every variety of article that the household con The mistress patience reach ed its limit when she discovered that the servitor had broken the thermometer that hung on the house sighed the lady of tbe house In a most way ypuve managed to Tweak even the havent you The maid replied in a tone equally resigned tway and4 goir well have to take weather Just as comes shant Nineteen New Direct Branch Offices of the Remington Typewriter Company have been opened since the consolidation of the Mon arch and Smith Premier Sales Organizations of America on March And this is only the first step in the great expansion program of the new Remington Expansion is the aim and object of the consolidation not a mere This consolidation has brought together a selling organization incomparably stronger than any the typewriter world has ever This greater organization insures a more complete and thorough distribution of the highest efficiency of sales and the most complete and far reachuig service ever provided to users of the writing Remington Typewriter Company Incorporated New York and Everywhere Sfj oclock this district was visited by another earthquake and although no damage several people felt decidedly uneasy for a Distinct shocks and tremblers were experienced over Iditarod at Flat and on various parts of the When the eart tables chairs and beds moved from thel accustomed bouses rocttec dogs bowled and men and women rushed into die On the other some residents peace fully slumberevl and others continues about their all unconsclou that tbe quake bad come and gone Tbe shocks lasted all the way from 30 seconds to 30 accordini to the imagination of the the former figure Is the one mos generally it was quite long On Sunday reports came in from Old Woman and other point on tbe lower Yukon regording sim liar disturbances in the neigjiborhooc of those so upheaval seem to have been One result of the earthquake seems to have been a general clearing o the which bad been heavy and oppressive for severa and on Tuesday there were showers of muchneeded Pritchard Residence Burned Last Monday evening a fire broke out in the rear of the Pritchard residence on Black and con slderable damage to property result although the house was Deputy Marshal After Deputy Marshal Kelday left George town last week for the lower Kus whither he goes to sub poena native and other witnesses in the Nelson murder The witnesses should be here in a Special Venire for Grand Jury The special venire drawn for tbe grand jury in place of those who had left tbe district consisted of the following Sam Archie Mitch Fred George Ira William Lockhart and Frans Gordon Bettles Has a Gordon Bettles a very ccni fortable home on the according to Fred He haj a well built nicely and anl a very fine gar Gordon has broken into the canning business and is pm ting up salmon in great He uses empty milk placing two end to end and Joining them togeth Bettles has also been pros pecting for quartz and when Fred Labelie came out was waiting to go up the Quartz at the Head of Tbe prediction frequently made In these columns that the day was not far distant when quartz mining would receive a large measure of attention from tbe miners of this district seems about to be During the week it has become known that Roosevelt and Marks have discovered and staked a gotdbearing ledge 40 inches wide on Rag at the head of Tbe quartz is said to be of a bluish color and free mill and the discovery is believed to be of considerable importance to this section of Placed in Last Tuesday evening the Iditarod Traction company tried out one of their 45 horsepower and the round trip to Flat city being accom plished without it was de cided to place the cars in commis Wednesday morning the first trip with a load of freight was Six tons of miscellaneous stuff con stituted the and tbe motors bandied it with the greatest Some little trouble was encountered n the but this was due to the load not being evenly which caused the wheels of the motor to slip on the As soon as sand was applied this was and on fu ure trips the motors will be better prepared to meet the The sixton load would have taken five or six mules under old aye em of i from the Innoko Charley Pinkstone got bade from new strike on the Innoko Wed He says that he saw more old there than at any other camp it same stage of and he believes it will make who returned last Sun will remain here until Fred comes t which is ex pected to be In about 30 It paid tfcat threeand pans j can be obtained on the bars owfns orado and there Is a great deal of good looking float in that district Returns from There are about twenty men en gaged In prospecting in the neigh borhood of Colorado creek and its according to John KIo came in and about more camped at Flor ence who has taken two las on Cripple a little be low says the country looks promising for the small amount of prospecting He ciaimu in have got as high 60 pans on Cripple with an average of from 2 to 3 and heard of one tencent pan being Will Ship Clothing to Sam of Isaacs received a telegram from his brothr Isadore during the instructing him to ship all unsold goods to Chicago by tbe last boat leaving Bayles will proceed forwlth to carry out these imperative He then close out the firms busineiss in this camp and go out over the Sam is looking forward to the lat ter event with considerable Goes Outside for who has been confined to the emergency hospital at Flat for the past is leaving for the Saasda was hit just above the eye by a flying piece of and his eye was badly Now tbe wound Is getting the other eye Is becoming He is going Outside to consult a and may have to go to Miss Gertie Kennels Miss Gertie who is in terested in ground on in the Nome has received word from the laymen that has been placed to her credit in the as her share of the last Miss Kehnel will leave fo Nome at an early Reinhard Effinger Badly Reinhard a miner working for Strandberg met with a bad accident last Tuesday morning and now lies at the emer gency hospital in a critical condi Effinger was at work when the sling of the ginpole the wire recoiling and wrapping itself around his His spine was badly injured and some ribs broken Effinger is now doing as well as and is being well care for at the hospital Fortunately he possesses a hospital Mining Seyler who have been working for some months past on Chicken are reported to have struck good pay at the head o the The ground is said to range from 20 to 40 feet Jones Brett is had a good cleanup Tuesday Caribou Bill expects to clean his flume on tbe lower works or he Dark Sweeney ground this and he looks for very good Ball Band Rubber Boots and Shoes HAVE ARRIVED ALL SIZES ALL HEIGHTS Northern Commercial Company DEPARTMENT uont on tnis Io Conspiracy Against the Ed1 One day liill made ison Ranchs New Lubin the mistake of showing some money Selig Birds of a j one of his anil the hardfought argument which the money was handed ENERGY USED BY j OVer to the TYPEWRITER GIRLJ said Bill Wes square and I want a Make The girl who is a type1 jt jea B0 you wont be after me writer may be compared with the ndividual in a stokehold who is j And here the shoveling coal into a hungry exhiUteil to Dls The stoker may be credited with I M1 whom May handling one ton of coal an I IIlen know these or eight tons of coal a naUeas corpus ami mix vom the weight of his Adding i the shovel to his pounds of an he exiends about jxunds j of For each key struck of the type writer there is an expenditure of something over three ounces of en or say one pound to the aver A fair operator will average words an or in eight hours pounds of To throw over the carriage for each new line re quires on an average three jounds of Twelve thousand words will make a thousand so there are pounds of energy to be added to the making iwunds of energy compares pretty well with the stok ers all things A really fast operator would push the expenditure of energy up to pounds or Harpers When Bill Squared Down in a southeast Kansas town lives a rather simpleminded youth by the name of Bill whose facility in contracting small debts at the local stores is only equaled j by his success in evading SEATTLE SHORT LINE ViA CHITINA AMD COPPER RIVER ROUTE Connecting at Cordova with vessels of the ALASKA STEAMSHIP The new government road from Willow Creek Is In ftna TRY THE ROUTE And youll use it Fairbanks All operators on the hillsides were I compelled to close down entirely early this and unless plen tiful rains come the whole o FTat creeOc will be temporarily put out of Long Shorty of Alder creek is reported to have struck good pay on the Montana which s owned by Baird Cameron the freight took a party to the head o Slate creek Tuesday The are going to chop and havf a large contract to George Kilroy came into Idit arod with a cleanup ifrom the Up grade association during the week Shortage of water compelled the lay men on the Upgrade to rock their Max Lohbrunner reports the find ng of antimony and other rarieties of quartz float in tbe sluice boxes of the hillside Charley Linn was looking forward o a good cleanup this AVIATOR ALOICKTHORNfS Local Fill the n termissions Between MINER ANYWHERE PER MON state pro convention of the new third I after a very stormy ominated State Senator Frank last the candidate for Oth er selections for state offices will be made to to supply as the the manager will move uown onto the where is plenty of but no ps will be taken to do this until the money is in HANDLE I DALYS FUNERAL Deputy Marshal Charles this af Teceived word from the Ju nean lodge of fo the effect hat Jr iiot tosjjncjedby the to Fairbanks IStks Besides an Interesting Dick ries of amateur si audience Ight at his pi ;
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