Fairbanks Daily Times

August 12, 1906

Issue date: Sunday, August 12, 1906
Pages available: 16
Previous edition: Saturday, August 11, 1906
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Fairbanks Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 12, 1906, Fairbanks, Alaska SUNDAY EDITION Tairbanks Daily times EIGHT PAGES VOLUME AUGUST NUMBER 82 DICTATOR FIRED AT BY HIS OWN TROOPS Grand Duke Nicholas While Review ing the Imperial Guards Barely Escapes Assassination Grand Duke but recently appointed was fired upon by his own troops He was re viewing the imperial guards today while they were at practice firing with blank He sud denly startled by a hissing bullet over his head and turning his horse hastily fled from the An investigation of the affair was and it was learned that sev eral of the guards had deliberately concealed ball cartridges with which they attempted the assassination of the grand The government is trying to keep the matter a but the czar is much wrought up over the affair since he has learned that there are revolutionists in the ranks of the imperial HOT SPELL REACHES j RUSSIAN GUNBOAT THE PACIFIC COAST FIRES ON BANDITS State Grain Inspector Thinks Wheat Many Chinese Pillagers on the Sun Crop of Washington Reduced 30 gari River Are Killed and a Large Per in Past Two Number Arra says j Dand of Cninese bandits found pil state grain that the hot spell of the past two j laging aiong the weeks has reduced the wheat crop reCently found and fired upon by a of this state at least 30 per beRussian gunboat and many of them low that of last Indications were The Cninese two weeks ago were that the nas taken the matter up and would be a j trouble between the two govern ments may result from the DOWIE HEARING Volivia has appealed to Zion to issue funding bonds for in order to save their industries from The matter will be considered next Dowie is reported to be very It is believed that he is nearing COMMANDER SHOT ADMIRAL VEXED AT TACOMA Asks Mayor Wright to Act in Regard to Insult Given Naval Officers at the Recent Elks9 Ball mutiny occurred here today and the commander of the fortress was shot dead by one of the officers of the i Goodrich before retiring from the command of the Pacific squadron yes terday wrote a letter to Mayor Wright of this In the letter he 5jrj complained that the petty officers from one of his vessels was refused 1 entrance to a public dance at the Elks iall because they wore the uni form of the He declares that such acttion was an insult to the entire navy and de mands that the offenders be made to publicly account for their action 1 or else he hopes that the naval offi cers will give Tacoma a wide berth DESECRATE THE OF THE TELLER Enraged Depositors of Looted Bank in Chicago Wreak Vengeance on a deposi tors of the Milwaukee Avenue lately looted by its enraged because they could not find the de faulting today wreaked out their vengeance on the dead body of the They gathered at the home of Frank the who committed suicide yes cursed the tore the funeral wreath from the door and scattered the flowers that had been sent by Police were called and arrested several of the deposi HE USES PLAN OF THE REPUDLICANS Democratic Chairman Calls Upon All Loyal Followers to Send in Their Dollars for a Campaign Fund MANY SOCIALISTS KILLED AT MOSCOW Had Refused to Return to Work and Held a Red Flag Demonstra tion in the Main Streets INDIAN BOYS ARE JOINING THE NAVY Grandson of Noted Chief Red Cloud Among the of Not ed Chieftain Are Well Among recent recruits to the navy from this place there have been sev eral graduates from the famous In dian school at Edward grandson of the noted Red is one of the Acid Poured on a A of which a man seventy years of was the is reported from Ontonagon Pierson was a homestead er who came into town two month He drank and while in a stupor from liquor some uniden tified person poured a quantity of acid upon him burning the man in a horrible Death mercifully relieved him from his Investigation by the police has as yet been unsuccessful in finding a cdew that would lead to the arrest of the person responsible for the fa Pierson has a daughter in New York Aug James chairman of the demo cratic congressional campaign com has adopted the dollar sub j scription plan from the i Letters have been sent out by hini to democratic newspapers of the United States that they not only contribute a dollar each but to ad vertise the plan and induce as many democrats as possible to send their He has also sent out a letter to jsome democrats asking for j subscriptions of a dollar to begin a fund now being here are not so satisfactory as the censor would have the outside world The socialists and laborers here have been holding meetings and re fuse to return to As a result most of the factories are Sev eral demonstrations occurred and the socialists marched with red The Cossacks had trouble in breaking up the meetings and many socialists were killed and WIRELESS WITHIN 600 MILES OF THE POLE IMPLICATED IN Blair has been arrested here by the It is believed that he is implicated in the robbery of worth of diamonds from a New York woman a month Blair declares that he is in nocent of the charge and that he can prove an He claims to be a groceryman travelling for his Attu island is the farthest westj Dick ward of the Aleutian islands and j formerly cashier of the South forms the western point of i Danver National has been con Attu island is over 900 miles nearer j victed of misappropriation of funds to than it is to San and has been sentenced to serve nine years in the Dollar Subscription EXTREME HEAT ON ATLANTIC WORST SPELL FOR YEARS RE SULTS IN MANY DEATHS AND POPULAR DEMOCRAT GIVEN EN THUSIASTIC RECEPTION BY AMERICANS IN MADE FALSE AFFIDAVIT IN HOMESTEAD ENTRY a government witness in the case of Edward charged with perjury in connection with the land fraud admitted on the of the federal court today that he made a false affidavit in his home stead entry and that he never lived on the place at Wellman Expects to Start on Voyage Next DANES by Wireless telegraph to has been opened from within 600 miles of the via Everything is progressing favorably at Camp The balloon house is un der Walter leader of the Wellraan hopes to start on his aeria voyage toward the pole by the middle of DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE IS SENT TO JAU INFANTS DYING BY SCORES ALL RALLY TO HIS STANDARD People That Are Able Flee to the Mountains and Closed Down at Crazed by ExGovernor Francis Says A Can Sidetrack Bryans Nomination and Election to the Presidency of the United t Plan Is Meeting With Big Success NEW ing in from every state in the velt plan of receiving subscripi many being sent by women and chil tions adopted by the republican conj gressional is meeting The committee is delighted at the with great receipts and declare that the plan is Four million dollars has been a much better one than assessing the has raised and subscriptions are still roll DUNLAP HATS PHYSICIAN BRINGS SUIT AGAINST BENNETT Hendricks has brought suit against Laura the widow of the millionaire theat rical manager for This amount he claims is due him for pro fessional services to Bennett the past two PRESIDENT OF LOOTED BANK GOING TO MEXICO FORT President Stensland of the looted Milwaukee Avenue Bank of Chicago was seen here He was recognized by several of his friends and said he was on his way to Mex NEW heat records of recent years have been broken by the hot spell now being endured on the Atlantic Reports of deaths and prostrations are coming in from many In fants in the crowded tenement por tion of this city are dying by Many people are unable to follow their regular vocation and are flee ing to the mountains and Reports of prostrations today be gan to reach the police and ambulances were kept busy respond ing to appeals for Thousands spent the night in the parks and on the nearby shore re Factories Shut ing to the extremely hot weather now general on the Atlantic many factories here are being shut Seven deaths and many pros trations occurred here today from the intense Crazed by NEW by the intense heat of the past few James Lupo today shoe and killed his wife and three children and then ended his own life by fir ing a bullet through his William Jen nings Bryan and his party have ar rived They were met by a party of Americans headed by former Governor Francis of He declined to discuss American but gave out an interview wherein he declared his interest in the new French law enforcing Sun day as a day of rest and making pro vision for a pension to aged working Cochran for NEW Burke j Cochrane has written a letter to the democratic central coirimittee where in he states that he will be proud i to have the honor of serving on the Bryan reception committee and if anything should occur to hinder his presence he wishes to express him self as in cordial sympathy with the movement to make Mr Bryan pres Francis Also in Francis of who is touring Eu rope in an interview today declared himself for In the cam paign of IS96 Francis was a gold democrat and refused to support the Nebraska He says that noth ing can sidetrack the nomination of Bryan and that he will be elected by the biggest majority ver givenj a candidate for I police have captured seventeen of the ring leaders of the Columbian revolution They are charged with con spiring with the Panama leaders to revolt against the United They all fought in the revolution of most of them as They had but recently arrived KANSAS a prominent physician of this place and a candi date for the democratic nomination to was sent to jail for three days He refused to reveal the whereabouts of his which the police are seeking to The dog is very vicious and recently bit a child belonging to one of his neigh Many Bets Placed 8 to 10 in Favor of Cole and Waskey various hotels in this city where Alaskans are have turned into min iature Cale and Waskey headquar Every boat from the North brings confirmation of the landslide for the miners There is considerable money up on the election with odds of 8 to 10 in favor of Cale and Judge Henry Mellen also has some good friends in the city and they are placing considerable money on him at the odds The hotel clerks and managers are holding the but it is not known just how much has been At two popular with Alas Hotel Northern and the Rain has been put up on Cale and SWIFTWATER IS ELis Attorney Declares That He Has Given All His money to His Wife attorney of Swiftwater Bill Gates today filed a reply to Gates complaint asking for to defend his ac ion for wherein he states that Gates wealth is not over He further declares that Swiftwater brought out from Alaska with him but that he had spent most of hat amount on his wife and that ie was new almost Swift water is still PERSON WON A big crowd at the hall in Cleary last evening witnessed a wrestling match between Person and Person won two out of three falls and was given the Both men were in good shape and handled themselves with All present declared it was one of the best matches ever pulled off in Alas The first fall went to Person at the end of a 24minute The second fall went to Jern in 12 min utes and the tnird fall to Person in 20 ;