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Ed. Whitteinore leaves on the Northwestern this afternoon for Cor dova and will return on the Puebla or the Evans. Mrs. Whittemore will, of course, be on the Evans which is bringing all the Mariposa passengers. The ridge Club will meet this Sat urday with Mrs. A. H. McNeer in stead of with Mrs. Erich Lucas. Mrs. 11. C. l>e Line and daughter Helen, returned this morning on the Northwestern from a visit in \ aldez with friends and relatives. Mrs. Henry Oliver returned to spend a few days in Seward arriving th»s mroning on the Northwestern. C. E. Bade, the contractor, leaves on the Northwestern for a six weeks visit to the States, spending most of his time in his home city, Portland, Oregon. Parties acquainted thoroughly with navigation on the Alaska route con sider the story that the Mariposa was beached at Bella Bella to be a canard pure and simple. A boat beached at Bella Bella would he as safe as in dry do* k on Puget Sou ml. George W. Brow n, government dock and coaling export, will leave for Seattle on the Northwestern thi^ af ternoon. Captain R. U. Lukens and the crew of the Survey Boat Yukon will leave on the Northwestern for Seattle. L. C. Bates got ten ducks this morning at the head of the bus and believes ducks arc more plentiful in the bay this year than last. Of the ten. seven were mallards and three teals. Louis D. De Saussure arrived on the Northwestern to accept a position as assistant cashier in the Harriman National Bank. Mr. De Saussure comes from New York city. T. M. Hunt. \V. J. McDonald and G. C. Hareman. of the Forestry Ser vice went out to the Johnston Home stead. at Mile Seven, to do some sur vey work. Mrs. Gus Borgcn, Miss Emily, Miss Hazel and son Edward are outgoing passengers on the Northwestern this afternoon for the states. While in the States they will visit Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Ellensburg and other cities. All but Miss Emily Bor den will return in a few weeks, and she will spend the winter possibly in Ellensburg or Spokane. A. M. Soupcoff, E. M., and Mrs. Soupcoff arrived on the Northwestern and will locate in Seward. Mr. Soup coff is said to be here for a great mining firm. p. A. Mosser arrived on the North western to conduct the moving picture shows here. Word has been received that John McNaught, formerly editor of the San Francisco Call, ami of Nome, has been married to a Miss Margaret Shuljenberger. Copies of the latest map printed by the Department of Agriculture. For estry Service, showing the old and the new boundaries of the Chugach National Forest Reserve on the Sew ard Meridian and Base, forming part of a proclamation dated August 2, 1915, arrived on the Northwestern J this morning and are the first of their issue to arrive in Seward. August Anderson, a mining oper ator of the Shushanna, arrived on the Northwestern this morning on his way to Anchorage. Mr. Anderson , found the biggest nugget ever found in the Shushanna, its value was plac | od at $2 Ft. He has sold his interests | in that mining camp and conn's here to look the country over. He reports the output of the Shushanna for the past season to be about the same as 1 that of last year. Frank I.. Ballaine and S. 0. Mor ford will leave for Valdez on the Northwestern to attend the term of court. Mr. Ballaine thinks that thev will be able to have the suit trial j * postponed until the Seward term of Court, commencing here November First. The trial is scheduled for , October 18th at Valdez. Axel Carlson went out to Mile 26 -NEWSPAPERS MAGAZINES-! KODAKS STATIONERY CIGARS CONFECTIONERY EVERYTHING NEW EVERYTHING GOOD _THE HOUSE OF HETTEL'S, 4th Avenue. SEWARD __ Good Old Time Eating PATTEN S BOARDING HOUSE, FIFTH ST. Good Old Time Boarding, per day $1.00 Separate Meals .35 to .75 Special Sunday Dinner.75 , MRS. THODAY The Old Time favorite CATERER | ■■■■l ■■■ —* ■ ' — To-Night The Sea M J VCK LONDON’S Great Masterpiece in SEVEN BIG REELS With Special Music—Two Shows in One A. B. HALL Thursday Evening. Oct. 14 AT 8 SHARP Produced by Both worth Co. of Famous Players. Admission: Adults 50c Children 25c As the **Sea Wolf" is* an extra long production of 8000 feet it will he necessary to commence at eight o’clock sharp Thursday night only. this morning to accept a position with the Kenui Alaska Gold mine. W. W. Getchell went out this morn ing to the Fuirman group of mining claims in the Moose Pass mining country, where he has been working the past season putting in u “pass” for hydraulic mining. K. J. Barry, an old time locomotive engineer on tho White Pass and Yukon Railway, is taking a lay off and visiting Seward, arriving on the j Northwestern this morning. He will visit Anchorage, leaving here on the j j ! : Alameda. “Bud” Harmon leaves on the Northwestern to spend part of the winter in Dayton, Ohio, where he joins his wife. Mr. Harmon expects to return to Seward by Christmas. K. E. Condray, a placer miner of Gulch creek, came in on the car yes- ( terday afternoon. Mr. Condray says that the placer mining near Sunrise has been about the same as it was last year. D. C. Spencer is getting his tamale headquarters in shape on Washington street. He expects to have it open by Saturday night and will handle | tamales, chili con carne and coffee onlv, being open in the evenings. __ ! Sporting goods of all kinds at Brown & Hawkins. “Quality First.” __ The Key offers a premium. See ad. Thin People Made Fat and Fat peo ple Made Happy at PALACE GRILL. Palmolive Shampoo should be on . every toilet table. Brown & Hawkins. “Quality First.”] I __ TRAY ORDERS delivered free, j Phone Adams 67. Commerce Cafe. • Open day and night. --- Ever hear of a Jones special steak ? Try one at Palace Grill. ' _ Noodle Cafe. Phone Main 111. ! Tray service receives prompt at* i tention. 10-5—tf. — Long distance telephone booth at The Branch. __ I Visiting cards, invitations, anything pretty is done by the Gateway just as well as outside. Mine, Frede Russell Beauty Doctor Combings Made Up Ladies Attended at Their Own Home Telephone Black 141 Prices Count You want some thing. You want the best for the money. We have the best for the money. Call and see for yourself. THE SEWARD COMMERCIAL CO. 4th Avenue, Seward, Alaska Established 17 Years in Alashe ■ ■ ■■ J_!JU.-.JLL-' _. 1&J1'- "-UT? THE HARRIMAN NATIONAL BANK OE ALASKA AT SEWARD OFFICERS NEW YORK SEWARD JOSEPH W. HARRIMAN. p,rtMr,t. JOHN A. NOBiE. vke Mtai. HENRY B. WESSELMAN, vi« tm. GASTON HARDY, ti« ERICH LUCAS, coMr.. MERRILL A. MARTIN, GOLD DUST AND BULLION BOUGHT ANO ASSAYED DRAFTS ON ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD AMERICAN BANKERS'ASSOCIATION TRAVELERS CHEQUES CORRESPONDENT HARROVIAN NATIONAL BANK NEW YORK I URBACH sells the famous dry-sox shoe, felt cork and rubber sole; made by the Washington Shoe Mfg. Co. of Seattle. SOMETHING NEW!! La France laundry tablets. Saves the garments, half the work and all the worry. Five cents per package. Brown & Hawkins. “Quality First.” Jimmie the Messenger. Phone Main 63. Anytime. Service P. D. Q. Long distance telephone booth at The Branch. For a safe bet, play the Palace | Grill. ♦ _ __ ' TRAY ORDERS delivered free. Phone Adams 67. Commerce Cafe. ; Open day and night. HELP WANTED: Woman, all around laundry worker, by Independent Steam Laundry at Valdez. Must be good body ironer. Begin work about October 12. Adress Gateway office. 10-7—6t. Come in and look over our new and complete stock of men’s winter wear ing apparel. Brown & Hawkins. “Quality First.” _ — - . | See Button’s ad. Tuesdays and Fri days. Second han«l goods, cash or commission. 9-28-tf Water All, & Frazier whiskey at “The Branch.” Largest and most complete line of . i furniture in the city at Brown & Hawkins. “Quality First.” Everyone interested in Alaska reads the Gateway. Nicely Furasihed Rooms. Winter Ra^es. Over Carstens. 9-23—tf Urbachs Latest Specialties in Men s Furnishings I N Splendid, Complete Lines to Select From Call and Inspect I 4th Avenue Seward Phone Adams 103 Seward Mews Company LOCAL AGENTS FOR ALL SEATTLE NEWSPAPERS and SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER Standard brands of Cigars and Tobacco. Imperial Confectionery. Stationery. School and Office Supplies. All the best Magazines and Eastern Newspapers. Mall Orders Promptly Attended to. Meal tickets $5.50 for $5.00 at the Palace Grill. Second hand goods bought and sold for cash or on commission. See But i ton’s ad. Tuesdays and Fridays. 28-tf FOR RENT:- One large front room* suitable for office and bedroom, on vVashington St. Apply Gateway. -— New consignment of Palmolive soap—twenty-five cents per bar. Brown & Hawkins. “Quality First.” Ladies’ and childrens’ furnishings at Butt’s. Today the Seward Gateway is the greatest established daily and weekly. Meet me at The Branch. WHEN IN SEATTLE GO DIRECT TO CHEASTYS Make yourself at home. Leave your packages and suit ca>e there* they will take care of them until you call no charge. IT’S TIME WELL SPENT AT THIS STORE T_T TT A O 7 ^ O Men’s and Young VjlUu/VO 1 1 O Men’s Wear O. C. GRAVES, Pre«. «nd Manajjtr SEATTLE Second Ave. and Spring' St. TERRITORIAL DEPOSITORY Interest paid cn Savings Deposits Deposits made in our Savings Department draw interest at tour per cent, interest payable on January first. Ask tor one of our savings banks. Established I VOS BANK OF SEWARD LOCATION NOTICES AT THf OAlfWAV Groceries Clothing Hardware Furniture CLOTHING TOFIT_EVERYBODY WO will either have a suit made to your mea'sure by the well-known tailors, 01). V. PRICE & CO,, or fit you with the famous Ready-to-M ear HART, SCHAOFNER & MARK Clothes. We are carrying an excep tionally large stock of these clothes and would deem it a pleasure to show you the different patterns. We also have the largest line of little folks’ Mackinaws, both in fancy and plain pat terns, and our stock of Children’s Heavy Shoes and Shoe Pacs is larger than ever. Four-Button Regular Sack, No. 817 Three-Button Regular Sack} So. 813 Ill Heavy and Dress Shoes you will find such well-known makes as Original Chippewas, Berg mans. Cutters. Nettletons, Walk overs, Buckingham & Hecht, and Dry Sox made by the Washing ton Shoe Mfg. Co. )_ -7XP-~ X GENTLEMANS SHOE Patterns and Prices to Suit Everybody w Quality First” __ - - N ■ Anchorage SEWARD Knik TELEPHONE MAIN 1 “ PALACE JINGLES ” The summer’s slipping away again, And winter’s almost here; The boys are coming from the hills In search of warmth and cheer. Come; all you lads from Anchorage When you crave a glass of beer. You’re welcome as the flowers In May, And no one is siwashed here. I THE PALACE BAR Furnished Rooms for Men JOE MORRIS | Cafe and Lunch Counter in Connection | BILL DEVINE " PALACE JINGLES ” They meet down at the Palace For a glass of Sherwood Rye, And to tell about the finds they’ve made, As the winter passes by. Bring on that fast Interior bunch, And from every camp afar, For we join you in goodfellowsh»p At the famous Palace Bar.