Fairbanks Daily Times

August 15, 1906

Issue date: Wednesday, August 15, 1906
Pages available: 8
Previous edition: Tuesday, August 14, 1906
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Pages 1 - 8 of the Fairbanks Daily Times August 15, 1906.

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Fairbanks Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 15, 1906, Fairbanks, Alaska Fairbanks Daily Cimes VOLUME I AUGUST NUMBER 85 REBATE CASES STRONG PRESSURE BROUGHT TO BEAR ON RAILROAD OFFI CIALS BY BEEN OFFERED IMMUNITY If They Will Tell What They Know Concerning Secret Rebate Ar rangements by Oil Trust With the Railroad LANDSLIDE FOR WASKEY AND GALE IN THIRD DIVISION Several Precincts Go Solid for Miners Murane Gets Most of the Will Have Over TWo Thousand Majority Hurrah for Tom Cale Hurrah for Frank Waskey Nothing but dynamite could beat them a hurrah for the men that lo cal officials of the various railroads here have received information from the government that the railroads will be given immunity on the rebate investigation if the officials will tes tify against the Standard Oil Com pany in the cases now If the officials decide to turn states evidence and give the Stand ard Oil grafts away Rockefeller and Rogers are both apt to be behind prison bars before the year The corporation officials are great ly excited over the affair and refuse to be The president of the Chicago Alton admitted that he had heard it reported that the government j greatest gold fields that Uncle Sam stood pat and kept a Not since man first gained the right to vote has there ever been re corded such a landslide as took place in the Third division It really was a shame to see the slaughter the candidates from the party conventions got in this Nothing remains now but for Nome to show its Third divisions will be unknown for some time so far as the inte rior is There are a few canneries in the Cooks inlet country which will possibly turn in a few votes but they will not effect the re unless some of the candidates who want to see an honest election vote the cans and the iron And it was the quietest election that has ever been held in any coun Everything passed off lovely on the creeks and in All day long the men came string ing into the city There was there for a few but I have been here for two Guess thatll hold wont it Quite a number of the men took the challenging in good while especially the re sented the damned impertinence of that chechacco as they called either one of the Judge who represented got the men in line aroused by the persistence with which he asked questions not necessary to a proper The men became very angry and threatened him with seeing which several per sons caught the judge by the arm If Nome has stood with Tanana as j the business man who had but a Tanana has stood with Nome there moment to who came in all will be two gentlemen from Alaska lout of cast his ballot and waving the men escorted in congress who will come from There was the man from WILL NEVER BE SHAH OF PERSIA PROMISED GEE i TAIN REFORMS ONLY T0 STAVE OFF PEOPLE AT MERCY OF RULER Subjects Desire a Constitutional Mon archy and Asked That a Parlia ment Be to Revolt if Nothing Was thought he was within his but had perhaps gone too At the time of the occurrence he was not challenging and was some distance away talking to a number of As usual there was a big rush for the doer as soon as the polls had Men who had put off voting until the last minute came up with a dull thud at the closed I am robbed out of my and a lot of such talk could be heard by the fel lows who came in The Times office was a regular bu reau of information all the phone not being idle for ten minutes at any sian officials claiming to understand the situation declare that the shah of Persia will never fulfill the prom lately made to his They assert that the promise of a parlia ment and a constitutional monarchy was made only to avert The revolutionary party in Persia is be coming stronger all the time and it was to quiet them that the shah made his would take such action but declined to tell the source of his has in per capita purchasing If why not production and It seems that Oklahoma succeeded With 25 precincts to hear from in finally in getting rid of its statehoo TO PREVENT The state board of health in its annual port just that laws be passed by the legislature to hibit kissing thruout the This step is urged to prevent particularly which Cale is sure to get ma and his party very few he Iwill leave the Yukon river with over With majority to nigger with the help from Nome and the little vote he will get in Southeastern Gales election is There was never any doubt about Thats why the vote was so light People felt so assured of the victory that they took no means to get to the polling It will possibly be a week before the news comes in from Koyukuk so that the complete returns of the the creeks who slouched in and in answer to a By young I hev been here nigh unto ten There was no mistaking these pio They were proud of the fact that they had been in the country a him out of the polling Tom Cale sat among the men in Qp TTTTATTHY the hall chatting pleasantly with HOUSE OF NEGROES WANT RACE PROBLEM ADJUSTED everyone and incidently keeping an eye on the men who were He seemed to know every one and every one knew I know he was with me three years PITTSBUSGES Valet of Alexander Peacock to Be Negroes in convention have issued an appeal to the white citizens of Amer asking them to strive to adjust the race problem in this They headed their An ap peal to good number of years and they let j ago on he would tell Judge her fly when it came to talk about and the latter would at jof a sensation was created here to length of residence in j once withdraw his I aint a I lived I It was altogether a pleasant day ELECTION RETURNS AS FAR AS j WIN fill FORD M 2 i t tc o c i C 6C i C O ii 5 Ii t M C C 1 o SENATOR BAILEY WAS INSULTING Became Enraged and Ordered News paper Reporter Out of His Office and Attempts to Assault Him FORT Senator Bailey is up in arms against all news and magazine A reporter called on him today and sought an interview in regard to a recent attack made on Bailey by Hearst in a New York He refused to see the reporter aad in a rage Get out of here You cant interview Your dirty paper and the press generally has vil ified my You are no gentleman to make such a remark to answered the For a reply Bailey made a rush at the reporter and would have as saulted him if friends had not re strained the Mike of shot and killed William Douglas last Both were pioneer min ing men of that OUNLAP KATS NEW RAILROAD COMPANY FORMED IN THE EAST Has a Capital of Have the Shortest Possible Routes Between New Pittsburg and railroad company has new been formed here with a capital of Joseph formerly president of the Wabash is behind the pro The road when be a strong competitor of the Penn sylvania Several old lines will be bought over and several new ones built to enable the road to have the shortest route between Pittsburg and New Eagle Rampart City Valdez Upper Cleary Middle Cleary Lower Cleary Gilmore Fox Gulch Graehl Golden Dome Upper Fairbanks Lower Fairbanks Lower Goldstm Chena Vault Ester Fort Gibbon Fairbanks 10 77 76 SI 290 273 6 66 31 29 10 S 15 12 176 98 71 223 68 124 94 30 832 Grand 87 3 i 96 176 98 71 65 i 119 9 i 3 30 i M i 41 1 19 S2s 12 51 2733 11 175 day over the report of a robbery yes terday at the home of Alexander formerly a prominent offi cial of the Carnegie Steel The it is was ally ransacked and jewelry and other j valuables aggregating many ands of dollars Frederick a trusted valet of has disappeared and an information charging him with the larcenv has been 1 NEW PARTY IN jfc flt municipal ownership party has up headquarters and is preparing to make a strong fight in the city They advocate issuing bonds to buy the street after the plan of Tom Johnson in Following are the precincts to the during dull moments the men participating in repartee and jokes about the result of the i I Both Judge Hellenthal and Judge Markham were the butt of many of these joshes taking them in good When seen after the episode at the city Judge Hellenthal said perhaps he did go too but he j had been antagonized by a challenge heard from Glen Minook Koyukuk Koyukuk Koyukuk Koyukuk Circle Miller Woodchopper Nation Chicken Fort Little OLD SHELLGAME GETS SCORCHING Special Agent Churchill Lays Bare the Big Steal in Reindeer Industry Conducted by Missionary made on a Mellen He said he j would make no kick as it was evident j the who were in the I and could see what was going thought they were being While his acts may have justified I them in this opinion he said he i Womans Confession Causes Sensation In Los Angeles LOS trial of Arilla Scheck is now before the court at this Scheck was put on the witness stand She declared that she loved Ernest who is charged with aid ing her in the murder of her hus and confessed that they commit ted the The case is very sensational and such a number of people was present that the doors of the court room were broken down by the crowd as it surged forward to hear the womans She stated as a reason for the crime that she wanted her husbaml out nt the way so she could marry Stackpole and she also wanted the insurance carried by the mur dered Special Agent Churchills special re port has been given out for publica at the request of President put in most of last summer inspecting conditions in He especially investigat ed the manner in which the reindeer industry was being carried on by Sheldon He declares that the reindeer are of no use whatever in Alaska for transportation but were valuable as He criticizes Sheldon Jackson for his slack methods of handling the in and his Jackson draw ing two big one from the government for conducting the rain deer business and another from the Presbyterian board of missions as superintendent of missions in He charges Jackson with donating a large number of the government reindeer to school and church offi cials and that all his affairs both for church and government have been carried on in a highhanded In his report with regard to Wil liam the superintendent of schools in he states that Kelly is honest in his endeavors and that his character is above but he was negligent in his especially in behalf of the native schools and that the position de mands a more uptodate energetic In summing up the reindeer sit uation he says that he is unable to explain some things done by the mission A man by the name of Jasberg was carried on the rolls in the reindeer service and drew his pay from the govern ment He Churchill tried his best to find in what capac ity the man was employed but was unable to find that he ever did any In giving the government deer to members of the Presbyterian mission Jackson did something that was un explainable and in describ ing calles notorious Iowa Democrats Settle differences have been settled by the democrats in state convention at this Shot His While disputing over some personal Ferriman shot his Great enthusiasm prevails in brother through the nose Both favor Bryan as the next national standard are prominent business men of this ;