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Mr. and Mrs. W. N\ Putnam of Dear Cove, Kachemak bay, were outgoing passengers on the steamer Admiral Evans yesterday. They are enroute to San Francisco on business conne.ted with their fox farm, which is located i n a portion of the former hoidi .ps c ? the defunct Finnish colony. C. W. Thatcher, who has been wire less operator at the government sta tion at Kodiak for the past year, ar rived at Seward on the Santa Ana yes terday morning, on his way to Mare Island station. He has been succeed ed by C. Parker of San Francisco, who came up on the Alameda. George Madsen has received a let ter from Some saying that Orrin Rank, brother of Ira Rank of the U. S. Trading Company, of that city, has been drowned with six natives on a trading boat somewhere in the Arctic. Mrs. H. X. Xuzum left for the out side yesterday morning. She went so quietly that only very few friends j were aware that she intended to go at ; all. Even on the night before leaving ' she appeared at the Moses musicale and once more gave the people the chance to listen to her fine voice. The concert on Saturday was very ! pleasant and \ery successful. Those, taking part were Mrs. Nuzum, Mrs. Me Near, Mrs. Ellsworth, Mrs. Sawyer, and Messrs Moses and Brownell. At! j of them were good. The city council will meet this even-1 ing. Only three more Mondays re main in the time of the life of the present council. The election board j may not be chosen until the meeting immediately preceding the election as the ordinance says the board need not be chosen before that time. John Gilpatrick arrived yesterday from Kenai. He says there are about ninety children there ami not a sign of a school. He believes other condi tions over there should be looked into by the governme#t. The trail sadly lacks snow. ~. . ~ The largest assortment of Wall Paper in Alaska. Brown & Hawkins. “Quality First." Tickets for the March 1«th masq uerade are a dollar for men and fifty j cents for ladies. WENT ON EVANS. The following: went out on the Evans yesterday: W. K. Martin, Mrs. H. X. Xuzum, J. H. Howster, Christy Oleson, Ralph Wil Vs* 'Void, E. Norris, T. Matsuo, S. X. Jackson and J. Larsen. Long; distance telephone booth at j The Branch. Long distance telephone uooth at The Branch. Meet me at The Branch. PACIFIC ALASKA NAVIGATION CO. “The Admiral Line" STEAMERS SAIL FROM SEATTLE 10 A. M. 5th, 15th, 25th of Each Month for SOUTHEASTERN AND SOUTHWESTERN ALASKA PORTS bailing of 15th calls Illiamna anti Kodiak. All Vessels call at Knik anchorage During Open Reason -CALIFORNIA Seattle to San Francisco, every Wednesday and Sunday, connecting with Steamers Yale and Harvard for Southern California Points. Right reserved to change steamers and sailing dates without notice. RICHARD J. RING WOOD. Manager. WAYNE BLUE, Local Agent. CREOSOTED PILING Free from attack by toredos or decay; cost no more TO DRIVE. A CREOSOTED PILE dock or bridge is a per manent structure. The saving from the use of creosoted material is enormous, as compared with the untreated. No expense, inconvenience or loss of business due to frequent renewals of toredo eateu and decayed material. Write for information and prices, PACIFIC CREOSOIING COMPANY LARGEST IN THE WORLD 910 WHITE BLDG. SEATTLE. WASH. L. BARGAINS ON OUR LIST TODAY Income Business Property in Heart of the City Many Nice Vacant Business and Residence Lots Several Residences Four New Cabins BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES A SPECIALTY If You Want to Buy or Sell, Come ami See Us ALASKA LAND & DEVELOPMENT COMPANY,me. OFFICE ADJOINING MINER’S STORE GUSTAVE F. RUST, G. BENJ. POINDEXTER, Pres. and Manager, flanager, 834 Henry Bldg., Seattle, Wash. Seward, Alaska. V <Q I P: 0 kl * <0 o: 1 jt CORDOVA, March 10.—William Payne, one of the crew of the launch Waif, who was arrested here last week on a telegraphic warrant from Valdez charging him with stealing from the , United States mails, was taken to Valdez on the Alameda by Deputy Marshal Brightwell. On arrival in Valdez Payne was arraigned and plead guilty to the charge, wereupon he was sentenced to serve a term of four months in the federal jail. Fred Racey, steamboat man, return ing to Fairbanks from the Healy river, stated that a paystreak had been uncovered more than TO feet wide which yielded betweei $1.50 and $2.00 to the foot. Try China Noodle Sauce with Wash ington Egg Noodles, 25 cents per pint. Brown & Hawkins. “Quality First. Hill Bros. Blue Can Coffee, 40 cents per can. Brown & Hawkins. “Qual ity First.” Finch’s Golden Wedding Rye at The Branch. PALACE OF SWEETS ICE CREAM Cigars Cigarettes Tobacco Stationery Candy D. M. BURLEY A. M. HICKEY “Seward's Pioneer Show House* Casino Theater N. J. KOONTZ, Man'gr. “A Reel Show" “Get the Casino Habit" TO-NIGHT Grand Jubilee of the New York Catholics Protectory “Her Life’s Story” Big Two-Reel Feature Cood Comedy. “A Possibility” 2 REELS 2 Watch for Lucille Love Change Every Other Night Admission 25c; Children 10c Reserved Seats 50c A complete line of Childrens and i Boys shoe pacs. All sizes. Boy Scout Stockings, the long wearing kind, 35 j cents, 3 for $1.00. Brown & Hawkins, j “Quality First.” Job printing of every description at The Gateway. To the Property Owners of Seward: There is a steady and increasing demand for property in Seward, and for improved property in particular. Customers are making inquiries of us daily ,and* the supply of cabins avail able for rent is at present extremely limited. Any kind of a cabin or build ing in Seward is now rentable. Eevery ! steamer is bringing new* arrivals to Seward and it is necessary for them all to have a place to live when they arrive here. We want to ask every property holder in Seward to assist us in look ing after the wants of the new* comers and to that end, ask that they furnish us with a list of their property, that they wish to rent and we will do all that we can to lease or rent it for you. It does not make any difference whether it is a residence or business | property, we have numerous demands for bith, and will be able to place either for you in a short time. It is up to the citizens of Seward to look after the comfort of the new | comers and as an act of hospitality | alone it is up to you to list your prop erty if you care to rent it. We now have a few choice bargains in real estate, and if you are in the market for anything in that line, we would be pleased to go over the list with you, and possibly we may find just what you w’ant . Strangers are cordially invited to call at our office and make their wants known. WHITEHEAD REALTY and INVESTMENT COMPANY Two doors below The Gateway NOTICE TO VOTERS. Notice is hereby given to the quali fied electors of the Town of Seward, Alaska, that the poll book for the an nual general election to be held April 6, 1915, is now open at the office of the undersigned town clerk of said town. Uy the provisions of ordinance No. 12, of the Ordinances of the Town of Seward, Alaska, all persons are re quired, as a condition precedent to their voting, to register in said poll i book, at any time after the first Mon-j day in March and beforo the last Sat urday prior to the general municipal election to be held as aforesaid, April i 6, 1915. Chapter 1, of the Session laws of - the Territory of Alaska for the year 1913, in an Act entitled, “An act to extend the elective franchise to wo- = men in the Territory of Alaska, j ~ provides: Section 1., “That in all zjj elections which aro now, or may here-1 £ after be authorized by law in the Ter-. £ ritory of Alaska, or any sub-division z or municipality thereof, the elective |S franchise is hereby extended to suchjS women as have the qualifications of — citizenship required of malo electors.”I ^ _« A 1__ . K/ai i j t — Town Clerk of the Town = of Seward, Alaska. Issued by the authority of the Com- j = mon council of the Town of Seward, — Alaska, by ordinance therefor duly jjj passed and adopted in regular ses- s sion Feb. 3, 1913. ; ~ J. ROTHFUS | Shoe Repairing Shop f Opposite The Oatkwat “ Best Workiuoshlp Moderate Prices Give Us a Trial. ROMIG & ROMIG REAL ESTATE AGENTS | Houses for Rent, Rents Collected, j — Titles Examined. Cots for Sale. Large Listing. Phone Red 1-6. Seward. Alaska. | For i Reliable Information On Br^ad Pass H. E. ELLSWORTH, jj Assayer and Chemist, Seward, j WHEN IN SEATTLE GO DIRECT TO CHEASTYS Make yourself at home. Leave your packages and suit case there, they will take care of them until you call no charge. IT’S TIME WELL SPENT AT THIS STORE J- -J A Men’s and Young v^l. lLAo 1 I o Mcn’s w<,ar O. C. GRAVES, Pre«. and Managar SEATTLE Second Ave. and Spring St. PEACE AND PLENTY —did ever these words mean so much as now, and were we ever so near to securing both as at this time and in this country? BANK WITH US BANK OF SEWARD BROWN & HAWKINS “Quality First” Seward Knik We’re Six Months Ahead! When the ready-made clothier places his “newest styles” on sale, they’re hall a year oM to begin with. It’s because the manufacturer sold him from models made us six months previously. If you have us send your measure to Ed.V. Price & Co. Merchant Tailors Chicago, U. S. A. you’ll get clothes that are the style the moment the suit is made, and for about the same - money. Which do you prefer? Brown & Hawkins “Quality First” SEWARD _ KNIfL “ PALACE JINGLES ” I If yon’r anchored safe in Seward, Let jour mind now be at rest, For in lookng o'er these Northern Towns You've surely struck the bebt. Cause Seward has the Palace Bar; IPs famed from East to West, And Sourdoughs from all the North Win tell you “SHERWOOD’S best." THE PALACE BAR Furnished Rooms for Men JOE MORRIS 1 BILL DEVINE “ PALACE JINGLES ” If you’ve just arrived in Seward Looking for a place to light, And want to see a man’s resort That’s stocked and fixed up right, Just drop in at THE PALACE, If you want to drink, or eat, And you’ll admit that we have got A place that’s hard to beat.