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Less than three years ago Frank Ahlberg was in business in Fairbanks Alaska, doing a tittle mining on the side and making a fair living. Today he is marketing an invention of his own, and a fortune stares him in the face. Mr. Ahlberg’s invention is nov el. He has evolved a process of printing lettering and designs on ap ples and oranges without injuring the fruits. The printing is done with aid ot simple chemicals and electricity, and the machine turns out the labelled fruit at the rate of forty a minute. METHODIST SERVICES. Palm service at the M. E. Church both morning and evening. Hours of services, 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Sun day school, 12 m. In the evening special music, an anthem by choir, Solo, “The Palms," by Mr. Otto Moses. You are invited to attend these services. Pastor C. T. Cook. “The natural impulse of Ameri cans is to go west.’ “There are men in Douglas who have been ‘going west’ all their lives, and now th**y are looking with anxious eyes towards the west again. a» d are only waiting for the announcement of the location of the government rail way to join the throng lhat will madly rush for the spot.—Douglas News. A great many people outside and inside Alaska are now anxious to got any news they can of the place where the government railroad will be. To save writing letters you could send the Gateway, either your own read copy or get another. The Gateway can do any sort of printing done in the states. Do not forget that. MODERN HOTEL IN HEART OF SEWARD’S BUSINESS DISTRICT. Absolutely the best buy in the city. Pays 17 per cent on investment. $5500.00.. Terms.. Alaska Land & Development Co.. Incorporated. G. Benj. Poindexter. Manager. By subcribing for the Gateway you get all the real news of the world through a great press service. You may not get all the details but you get all of which a knowledge is necessary. LOST.—Parker Fountain Pen. Re turn to Ellsworth. All late designs of locks, hinges etc., also high grade tools. Brown & Hawkins “Quality First.” Hot waffles at the Commerce Cafe. Finchs Golden Wedding Rye at The Branch. Meet me at The Branch. B. R. LABEREE & CO. TODAY'S BAKCA1N One Lot, 4th Avenue $450.00 5 Cabins for Sale, $35 to $60 Cal! and iret our exclusive of over *3M) Seward hots. Now is the Time to lio Into Business. We have some Splendid Opportunities lor you. Warehouse Property, Madison and R. R. CREOSOTED PILING Free from attack by to redos 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 fretjuent renewals of toredo eaten and decayed material. Write for information and prices. PACIflC CREOSOTING COMPANY LARGEST IN THE WORLD 910 WHITE BLDG. SEATTLE, WASH. THE SAVOY HOTEL is Seattle’s most centrally located hotel-right in the heart of the city, accessible to every point of interest, its lo cation is unsurpassed. “Twelve Stories of Solid ( omfort provide com* ruodious outside rooms that command marine and mountain views of unusual grandeur. In appointments and equipment this hotel measures up to the most exacting requirements of a particular public. Two hundred and twenty rive beautiful rooms, a finely constructed fire-proof building, the best location possible, and the high-grade policy of its management furnish a few reasons why the Savoy should be the first choice of prospective visitors. A splendid grill is maintained in connection with the hotel. The cuisine and service are unexcelled. As a stopping place for the traveling man. the tourist, the man ac companied by his family, or the woman traveling alone, the Savoy offers a thoroughly delightful and satisfactory hotel. ROOMS WITH BATH ROOMS WITHOUT BATH $1.50 to $3.50 $1.00 to $2.00 R. E. NIXON W. G. KING Formerly of the Frye Formerly of the Butler SEWARD NEWS COMPANY Dealers in Fine Stationery, Imperial Confectionery, Standard Brands of Cigars and Tobaccos. All the Best Magazines and Periodicals. Seattle, San Fran cisco and Eastern Newspapers. Popular Copy rights. School Books and School Supplies MAIL ORDERS FROM THE WESTWARD AND INTERIOR PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO D. H. DUTTON & CO. I:\clusive Distributors Territory of Alaska Take Down Products :_Houses, Garages, Etc._ Estimates furnished to Cover Any Special Designs THE PERMANENT HOUSE WITH A TAKE DOWN ASSET B. R. LABEREE, Local Agent SALE ON HAIR GOODS. Just received the latest 1915 hair goods. Switches, puffs, curls, etc. All colors and sizes. Less than half price for a limited time only. Pearl Mus cott, Beauty Parlors on Adams St., opposite Railroad Bldg. FOR SALE. 7 dog team with sled, Or will sell dogs singly. Bargain. Inquire Carstens Pkg. Co. Special Value, Heavy Wool Sox, 35c, 3 prs. for $1.00, just the thing for wear ir. Shoe Pacs. Brown & Hawkins. “Quality First." By subcribing for the Gateway you get all the real news of the world through a great press service. You| may not get all the details but you get all of which a knowledge is necessary. Long distance telephone booth at The Branch. Chop Suey and Chinese Noodles at the Commerce after 7 p. m. LOST.—-Double tooth Elks charm. Return to Gateway. Rew'ard. New shipment of Fancy select Potatoes, $2.50 per hundred. Brown & Hawkins. “Quality First.” New shipment of Hollyhurst Eggs, 25c. for every bad one found. Brown & Hawkins. “Quality First.” Long distance telephone booth at The Branch. Big new' shipment of “Eureka" Red Sole Shoe Pacs, the kind that makes mushing a pleasure. Brown & Hawk ins. “Quality First." Stokes ice cream arrived today, direct from the outside at the Palace ! of Sweets, next Gateway office. FRANK IL. TORREY Daggett Bldg House Painting Paper Hanging Decorating ESTIMATES FURNISHED 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 Heel Show" **Get the Casino Habit” TO-NIGHT BOB LEONARD ill Sally Scraggs, Housemaid Drama “Gold and Water" Drama. “A Greater Inttuence” Drama. “Bustup Homes" 'Murder Case" Comedy. _ Watch for Lucille Love Change Every Ollier Might Admission 25c; Children 10c Reserved Seats 35c NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned owner of that certain gas boat named the NELLIE B. now ply ing on the waters of Kenai Lake and of Kenai River in the Third division of the Territory of Alaska, refuses to bo held liable as owner of said gas boat, or personally, for any material, supplies, engine oil, tackle and appar el furnished to said boat, either as in cident to the operation of said boat, or otherwise. Dated at Seward, Alaska, March 26, 1915. J. L. Gracf, Owner. An Excellent buy on Fourth Avenue, Lot, 19, Block 38.. Today $500. cash. Alaska Land & Development Co., Inc., G. Benj. Poindexter, Manager._ Our Best Bargain Day! MODERN HOTEL $5500.00 Cash Pays 17 per cent on Investment. We Bay and Sell BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE FOR OUR CUSTOMERS Our List Contains Today BUSINESS INCOME PROPERTY IN THE HEART of the CITY ALASKA LAND & DEVELOP MENT COMPANY, Inc. G. BENJ. POINDEXTER. Manager. 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 want . Strangers are cordially invited to call at our office and make their wants known. WHITEHEAD REALTY and INVESTMENT COMPANY Two doors below The Gateway CATHOLIC SERVICES. Father Shepherd will remain for two Sundays. On Easter Sunday he will have High Mass in the Catholic Church. Sunday 8:30 a. m. Confession and . Holy Communion; 10:30 a. m. Mass and Sermon; Sunday school after. Mass; 7:80 p. m. Rosary, Instruction and Benediction. Weekdays; Mass every morning at 8 o’clock. Wm. A. Shepherd, S. J. Finch's Golden Wedding Rye at The Branch. Crockery, china and glass ware. Brown & Hawkins. “Quality First." Job printing of every description at The Gateway. A Chance to Buy a Lot IN TIIK Laubner Addition Cheap Hill These lots will be sold at a price of $200 per lot and up for a short time only Terms: 10 per cent Cash Balance 3 per cent a Month IHII Three*room Cabin back of the Miner’s Store for Rent. ROBERT ASHLAND OWNER NOW! NOW! Is your opportunity to Get a Good Raincoat Cheap These coats arc a drummer's’ sample line that I have secured on consign ment. which enables me to tfive you a very close price. Don’t miss this oppor tunity ask to see them at once. Also have other specialsjtbls week that will Interest you. ELLSWORTH Everything that Ladies Wear ROMIG & ROMIG REAL ESTATE AGENTS Houses for Rent, Rents Collected, Titles Examined. Lots for Sale. Large Listing. Phone Red 1-6. Seward. Alaska. WHEN IN SEATTLE GO DIRECT TO CHEASTVS Make yourself at home. Leave your packages a?,c there, they will take care of them until you call n°_gharge. IT’S TIME WELL SPENT AT THIS STORE /^T TT7* A OnpV^O Men’s and Young VjliljAu 1 I Men’s Wear „ O. C. GRAVES, Pre«. and Manager SEATTLE Second Ave. and Spring St. .- - -——————— ——■ A FRIENDLY INTEREST The officers of this bank en deavor to maintain the highest efficiency and to season each transaction with a friendly in- • terest in the affairs of the cus tomers. We invite 1915 business with the assurance that our deposi tors will be served satisfactorily. BANK OF SEWARD BROWN & HAWKINS “Quality First” Seward Knik Let Us Embody YOU In Your Spring Suit Personality in clothes, which means style, fit, shapeliness and grace harmonized on the individ ual figure, is always assured when your garments are made exclusively for you by Ed. V. Price & Co. As no two men are alike, it is obvious that a ready-made stock suit cannot produce distinctive individuality. Choose your own style and woolen and have your clothes made expressly for you— Today! Brown & Hawkins “Quality First” SEWARD KNIK “ PALACE JINGLES ” If you’r anchored safe in Seward, Let your mind now be at rest. For in lookng o’er these Northern Towns You’ve surely struck the best. Cause Seward has the Palace Bar; It's famed from East to West, And Sourdoughs from all the North Will tell you “SHERWOOD'S best.” THE PALACE BAR Furnished Rooms for Men JOE MORRIS | Cafe and Lunch Counter in Connection j 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 cat, And you'll admit that we hive got A place that's hard to beat.