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VOL. 4 SEWARD, ALASKA, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10, 1908 NO. 50
THEY ABE AFTER PETER'S SCALP His Subjects Insist That Sover eign Must Declare War or Abdicate Throne. By Cable to The Dally Gateway. London, Oct. 10—In spite of the warnings issued by the heads of other European governments, the people of Servia continue to demand the resigna tion of the cabinet and the abdication of King Peter unless he declares war against Austria. This morning all European countries are in a feverish condition over the possibilities of war, and the whole situation is up in the ! air. Now Back Harriman B" Cable to Tbe Dally Gateway. New York, Oct. 10—The Rothschilds have withdrawn their support from Belmont and have become tbe backers of Harriman. Palace Grill Opens Tomorrow’ \V. P. Henry will open his new grill room in connection with the Palace tomorrow afternoon. Everything will be arranged to meet the convenience of the ladies anjl gentlemen who wish to get a first class dinner. * Notice of Application for U. 5. Patent. No. 07. U. S. Land Office. Juueau. Alaska. July 8. 1908. Notice is hereby given that Louis Green baum, whose i*>st office address is San Francis* co. California, by C. a. Fletcher, his attorney in fact, has made application for a United States Patent for the Empire Lode, being Mineral Sur vey No. 291. and situated in the Unga Mining District, Alaska, aud more particularly des cribed us follows: Beginning at corner No. 1, at intersection of N. E. end line and lode line identical with cor ner No. 5 of survey No. 290. mouth of tunnel No. 1 bears south 74deL'. 43 min. west 555 feet, mouth of tunnel No. 2 bears south 67 deg. 30 min. west 850 feet, mouth of tunnel No. 3 bears south 66 deg. 13 min. west 890 feet, whence U. S. Mineral Monument No. 2 hears south 11 deg. 50 min. west 241 feet distant; thence south 47 deg. 30 min. east 300 feet to corner No. 2. identical with corner No. 2 of survey No. 290; thence south 56 deg. 30 min. west 1300 feet to corner No. 3; thence north 47 deg. 30 min. west 115 feet cross creek 300 feet to corner no. 4 at intersection of lode line : 500 feet cross small creek 600 feet to corner | no. 5; thence north 56 deg. 30 min. east 1500 feet to corner no. 6 identical with corner no. 6 of survey no. 290: thence south 47 deg. 30 min. i east 300 feet to corner no. 1. the place of begin-! ning. Area. 20.04 acres. Magnetic variation, 20 deg. 30 min, east. The notice of location of said Empire Lode is of record in the office of the Recorder of the Unga Mining district at Unga Island. Alaska, in Mining Record A. at page *J9. The adjoining claims are as follows; On the northeast, the Little Joker claim, Louis Green baum claimant, survey No. 290; on the south west tue Alaska Mine, Louis Greenbaum, claim- j ant. and on all other sides there is vacant ground. Any and all persons claiming adversely the mining ground, vein, lode or premises, or any portion thereof so described, surveyed, platted and applied for. are hereby notified that unless their adverse claims are duly tiled according to law and the regulations thereunder, within the time prescribed by law. with the Register and Receiver of the United States Land Office at Juneau. Alaska, they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. JOHN W. DUDLEY. Register. It is hereby ordered that the forego- j lng notice be published for the statutory period in tbe Seward Gateway, a daily newspaper printed at Seward, Alaska. JOHN W. DUDLEY, Register. Date of first publication, July 29,1908. G. 0. P. BACKED BY THE SHEKELS Andrew Carnegie and Mrs. Sage Will Make Money Talk in Republican Campaign. jy Cable to The Dally Gateway. New York, Oct. 10—Andrew Carne gie and Mrs. Russell Sage are both backing the republicans in the presi dential and gubernatorial campaigns. Mrs. Sage was back of Governor Hughes in his anti-gambling light, and now both Mrs. Sage and the canny Scotchman are giving their support to the republican party. Whole Village F-rozen Stiff Seattle—Frozen stiff and evidently a long time dead, a whole village of Eskimo were found on the Siberian coast by a party of Indians who went in a canoe last June to see their comrades, to discover what experiences they Liad gone through during the Winter. Their provisions were completely ex hausted, and in their famished condi tion they had eaten the walrus skin covers from their houses and had ac tually begun to devour the clothing that covered them. Indians in Alaska Schools San Francisco—Harlan Updegraff, Un’ted States inspector of schools in Alaska, is authority for the statement that the federal government will es tablish thirteen new schools for Indians in the territory, making a to tal of seventy-four. About 2,500 In dian children are enrolled in the schools and a special effort is made to instruct them in industrial, sanitary and hygenic courses. . - Steamer Santa Clara The Santa Clara arrived about 3 o’clock this morning, and sailed two hours later for Seldovia. Receiver Goodwin of the Alaska Central was | among the passengers for Seward. The Santa Clara is due to arrive | here from Seldovia sometime tomor- j row evening. SEWARD SltAMERS Santa Clara; due in port tomorrow. Yucatan; sailed from Seattle 8th. Dora; sailed for Unalaska 18th. Portland; in Seattle. Pennsylvania; sailed for Seattle 4th. Bertha; sailed for Seattle 7th. Meet me at the Branch * You can get anything in the drug line at the Seward Drug Co. Confectionery. We have the best. Seward Drug Co. * Wall paper at Hofman’s HEARST DRAWS A BIG CROWD The New Party Gets a Hearing Mingled With Standard Oil, Cheers and Hisses. nv Cable to The Dally Gateway. San Francisco, Oct. 10—An immense crowd attended the Hearst-Hisgen meeting held here last nijrht. Hearst was well supplied with literature in the shape of Standard Oil letters. The crowd did not all express ap proval. Some cheered, and some hiss ed and <rave evidence of enthusiasm weakened by an overdose of Standard Oil. Repeopling of utaly Rome—Italian emigration to the United States is still decreasing. Dur ing the month of August only 4,262 emigrants left Italy for America, while 20,582 returned home. The number of Italian emigrants to North and South America from Janu ary 1 to August 31 was 81,115, while in the same period 203,449 returned to their native land. Of this number 104, 445 came back from the Uhited States. First Sheath Skirt A few months ago the fashion world was startled by the introduction of the sheath gown in Paris. This gay city sets the fashion for the rest of the world, but in the case of the sheath skirt they were centuries behind the times. This sensational gown was worn by our ancient female ancestors who lived on the island of Crete over 4,000 years ago. Recent excavations on this island have resulted in unearthing a number of statuettes which show the general style of dress worn by the ladies of that period.—The Star. Methodist Services Preaching by the pastor at 11 o’clock in the morning, and 7:30 o’clock in the evening. Sunday school following morning service. Everybody iuvited to all the services. L. H. Pedersen, pastor. DAILY WEATHER HtPORT Temperature at 2 p m.43 Maximum since midnight.43 Minimum since midnight.37 Barometer at 2 p. m...;.29.59 Rain. Good things to eat at Brown & Hawkins— Swift’s “Premium” bacon and hams and strictly fresh ranch eggs. _ * Take your Sunday dinner at the Palace Grill. • * Meet me at the Branch. * NAVY OFFICER GETS SENTENCE Son of Fighting Bob Courtmar tialed but Will Not Be Dis Missed From Service. By Cable to The Daily Gateway. Manila, Oct. 10—The son of Rear Admiral Robley D. Evans has been found guilty of conduct unbecoming an officer of the United States navy by the court-martial, and sentence will be passed upon him. What that sentence will be is not stated, but it is given out that it will not go so far as to in clude dismissal from service. Quite a City Honolulu has 170 miles of city streets; 20 miles of electric street rail way, on which 50 cars are regularly operated; two electric light plants; one petroleum gas plant with capacity of one half million cubic feet per day: and a telephone service with 1575 sub scribers. At Eight-Thirty Tonight The Baseball club expects a big crowd at the dance tonight and have planned a little surprise for all who are there promptly at 8:30 o’clock. You can’t afford to miss it. Come Early. * Window Shades at Hofraan’s. * SOLDIER'S ADDITIONAL H. A. ENTRY NO. 390 In the United States Land office. Juneau, Alaska, Feb. 28,1908. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Northwestern Fisheries Company, assignee of Mary Rollins, being entitled to the benefits of Sec. 2306 of the Revised Statutes of the United States granting additional lands to soldiers and sailors who served in the War o? the Rebellion, has made application to th*s office to make proof and entry under an Act of congress approved May 14, 1898, for the lands embraced in U. S. Survey No. 390, in the Dis trict of Alaska, described as follow’s: Beginning at cor. No. 1 a point at ordinary high water mark on the left bank of Kvichak river at the junction of said Kvichak river and Graveyard Slough, from whence cor. No. 4 Sur, 540 bears N. 28 Degrees 05 minutes E. 20 chs.; Peak of Sugar Loaf mountain bears N. 84 degrees 14 minutes E.; thence meandering high water mark on left bank of Kvichak river up stream, 1st course N. 58 degrees 20 minutes W. 1.80 chs.; thence 2nd course, N. 76 degrees 39 minutes W. 9.20 chs,; thence 3rd course, N. 41 degrees 30 minutes W. 6.50 chs,; thence 4th course. N. 8 degrees 15 minutes W, 2.50 chs. to cor. No. 2; thence N. 47 degrees 5 minutes E. 4.06 chs. to cor. No. 3, from whence Cor. No. 3 Sur. 72 bears N. 2 degrees 56 minutes W. 20.84 chs.; thence S. 42 degrees 45 minutes E. 17.90 chs, to cor. No. 1, the place of beginning Va riation at all corners 23 degrees 10 minutes East. Area 6.94 acres. As additional to Mary Rollins’ original home stead entrv No. 1785, at Bonneville, Mo., made May 30, 1865. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said lands are required to tile an ad verse claim in this office during the period of publication of this notice, or wnthin thirty days thereafter, otherwise proof and entry of said lands will be made by said Northwestern Fisheries Company, applicant. JOHN W. DUDLEY, Register. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the forego ing Notice be published for the full period of 60 days in the Daily Gateway, a daily newspa per published at the town of Seward and Dis trict of Alaska, which is hereby designated as the newspaper pubMshed nearest the land Hpcpri hP(4 John W. Dudley, Register. Date of first publication. October 3. 1908. Date of last publication. December 14,1908.