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YUKON’S BOYS ARE
TO BE REMEMBERED (Dawson News) Word having come to ham! recent ly that Jack Watt of Dawson was kill ed in the trenches in Flanders on October 4, and that Charley Phillips possibly has fallen in East Africa, a memorial service will be held in St. Paul’s cathedral next Sunday evening. Octbore 31, at 7:30 o’clock. Both Watt and Phillips were members of the Church of England, and while in Dawson attended St. Paul’s church. Jack Watt was also a member of the Yukon Lodge. A. F. A. M.t No. 45, and Dawson Aerie No. 50, l* raternal Order of Eagles. Charley Phillips was a member of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police at Dawson and one of the most popu lar men in the force. PROMINENT WOMEN JOIN IN MOVEMENT FOR PREPAREDNESS. t Mas- W C- STORY (Upper) miss MABEL BQARPHAN , .Prominent women. Interested In and tak ' In* part In the movement for national preparedness, will hold a conference in Washington N* »\ 15. The women who will take part are me” b*rs of the wo men's section c t c Navj league fh*'i will meet in Memorial Omtlf *ntil hall, headquarters of the iruu^hters of the American Revolution. Anitiiu them are Mrs. William Ptinunhi^ Sh» v. pr. ament In the activities of tlje I*.»u-:ht.-rs, an i M'.ss Mabel B*> tr«!a an. secretary of th« National Red Ov i Mince meat, fruit cakes, plum anti fig pudding. Brown Hawkins, “Quality First." JILTED, HE ENDS LIFE AT SEATTLE SEATTLE, Nov. 18.—'The police to day declared that George Kuecroft, 40, whose body was found yesterday in a room at the Rainer-Grand hotel, killed himself because a pretty Seattle girl whom he loved had thrown him over for Clem H. Shepard, purser of the Alaska Steamship Company’s lin er Northwestern. It was also discovered today that although Kuecroft registered here fifteen days ago from Juneau, Alaska. I his real address was Coalinga. Calif., where he was employed as an engin eer for one of the oil companies op erating in that district Ruecroft left a note in which he declared his love for Miss Francis Hite, a pretty young woman who lives on Queen Anne Hill, whom he ac | cused, in the note, of having cast him aside for Purser Shepard. _ TO CLAIM LEGACY / ♦ Mrs. A. S. Dautrick, wife of the traveling passenger agent of the Great Northern railroad, left on the Jefferson last night for Philadelphia, where she will assist in settling the estate of a near relative. Mrs. Dau trick was advised that she had been willed a portion of the estate but the amount was not set forth owing to the large number of heirs. Mr. Dautrick accompanied Mrs. Dautrick as far as Ketchikan.—Km 4 pi re. WOMEN SEEKING TO MVERY ALASKANS WRITE POSTMASTER Not long ago Leslie’s Weekly made the statement that women were scarce in Alaska. Then the New York World , published a similar statement. Ja* neau was mentioned as a tine matri monial market, in both articles. i The result is that Postmaster Hunt er has received dozens of letters from girls and w3men who are seeking hus bands. One woman, Mrs. 0. L. David of Meridian, Miss., a widow, wants to correspond with some one who will answer her letters. She says she is ; thirty years old, “not rich nor beauti- * ful but fine looking." and her height, is put at 6 feet 6<# inches. (No, this is not a typographical error.) She is | wiling to exchange photographs. Miss M. Smith, 35, of 844 Amster dam avenue. New York City, also j wants a husband. She desires "a man 1 who is a man in every sense of the; word," and, she says, she has been un-; able to find what she calls a man, in 45 years, old and must be at least 5 feet 7 inches in height. “Four of us i gir’s here want to get married," She says in conclusion. EMPRESSTHEATRE NEW A. B. HALL Tuesday, Nov. 30, 8:15 p. m. "Jim Haves & Muriel" _Sei:y Drama "The Blood Ruby” Strom? Vituvrraph Drama in Two Harts "Sophie’s Legacy" ,v A. Comedy Admission 25 cents Children 10 cents Special Prices on Watches # % All Makes Until Nov. 15th, 1915 * * GEORGE The Jeweler YOSHIHITO FORMALLY OPENS FEIGN IN SOLEMN CORONATION RITES. GATE TO Phi BCE fiTTOKlO - EMPEROR YOSHIMTO^ Beginning Nov. 0 and lasting week# the coronation of Emperor Yoshlhito of Ja pan will demonstrate the loyalty of the people of the Island empire to ruler Strictly speaking, there will be no coronation, but an enthronement and a formal Inauguration of the new reign Emperor Yoshlhito is the son of the late Emperor Mutsuhtto. who died July 30. 1912. Representatives of western na tions will taka part In the ceremonies. Admiral Albert G. W interhalter, com mander of the t nlted State# Asiatic Meet, was assigned to the duty recently.] MRS. W. H. RAYMOND CROSSES THE DIVIDE FAIRBANKS—Word was received in Fairbanks yesterday that Mrs. W. H. Raymond, formerly of Fairbanks, had died at Santa Cruz, California. ! She is survived by her husband and six small children, three of which are less than five years old. . ! Mrs. Raymond was. well known in j Fairbanks. In the early days of the j camp, her husband was connected with one of the newspapers and was ! widely known in town and on the creeks. The news was received in a letter received from an old friend of the family, who is living in Southern California at the present time.—Fair banks Times. The Krusna party did not leave for Russian river as announced. Krusna is unloading steamship freight at the Seward Dock so-much-per. The “party” seems to be doing likewise. Boys ribbed cashmere and fleece lined stockings, shoe pacs and high top leather shoes. Brown & Hawkins, “Quality First.” The Seward Gateway, published daily and weekly, :s the only estab lished publication of this kind in the district included in government plans. Mme, Frede Russell Beauty Doctor Combings Made Up Ladies Attended at Their Own Home RICHARDSON TALKS ON WICKERSHAM 0 JUNEAU, Nov. 7.—Col. Wilds P. Richardson, chairman of the Alaska Road commission, passed through here last week enroute to the Outside. While here he was closely interview ed as to the publication of letters re ferring to the Richardson-Wickersham controversy on the road question, in the All-Alaska Review, and stated hat his letter to that publication was not half strong enough. Asked concerning the standing of Delegate Wickersham at Washington, Col. Richardson said: “By reason of his voluminous disregard for truth and the common principles of decency, Wickersham has attracted some at tention, but commands about the same degree of respect at the national capi- j tal as does a horse thief in Texas.”— Fairbanks Citizen. Mens and boys shirts, ©hoes, gloves, caps, stockings and mackinaws at URBACH’S. __. Meet me at The Branch. No advertiser can afford to omit the Seward Gateway. — Fresh Bulk Oysters at Carstens. Best cigars and refreshments at Terminal Bar. See ad. 11-1—tf — Job printing of every description at The Gateway. Don’t get daffy on the other fel low’s taffy. Best food and custom. Eat till you bust ’em. THE COM MERCE CAFE. --- Seward Commercial Co. AGENTS Ohio and St. Clair RANGES SEWARD. ALASKA • NEWS NOTB& A gentleman now in Seward #has hit on a plan by which Anchorage cfin be made an open port all the year round. Coal is being found in fair quantities down both sides of Cook Inlet and this gentleman suggests to the Gateway that by placing five thousand boilers on the west side, ten thousand boilers on the east side and hiring Natives at six bits a day the inlet can be thawed out. Believing the scheme a good one it is hereby recommended that this engineer get # I the contract on bedrock pay. Swan Swanson suffered ugly in juries lust night by being hit ac cidently by a chain on the dock. A piece of bone in the jaw was broken and the mouth was split open. Miss Wold, of the high school, slipped and fell on ice while on the way from school today and received a nasty cut in the eye. The cut had to be stitched. A. Peterson got his fingers severely pinched while working around the railroad cars today. Judgment was entered today in the case of Reed vs. Ellis and ninety days were given to file the bill of excep tions. The case was tried here and the decision was reached at Valdez. Dr. Romig, city treasurer, says John Ballaine’s check for his taxes is perfectly good. Before publicity was given the matter after the secret meeting of the council John wanted to be let out of paying his taxes until February. Charles Hubbard, losses of the Primrose mine and owner of the Blue bell, has arrived in the city. He has T)een engaged steadily in development work. The chief cook of the Kansas City, J. Pressick, on the trip to and from Anchorage, developed a serious ab ccss in the right hand. The abcess was lanced today. No complications are looked for and the ailment is more painful than serious. Frank Ennis left Anchorage Satur day morning for Seward. The Gate way’s informant says he is coming overland. Let us hope so. A local man who is acquainted with the sugar beet industry expresses the belief that the Matanuska valley would be a splendid field for the growing of them. He is not yet pre pared with a full statement about the matter. Extra fancy canned goods, Urbach’s. 1 .- - ALASKA NOTES William A. Holzheimer, who was appointed amicus curiae by Judge Jennings to discover if the Alaska legislature had power to interfere with the liquor laws, has declared that the legislature has no such power. It is now charged by a boy called Clarence Fay thal his brother, Earl Fay, was kidnapped by Edward Krause several years ago. Charles E. Claypool, formerly of Fairbanks, is mentioned as a probable candidate for the lieutenant govern orship of Washington. Eleven people are now’ reported missing in the First Division and so ne reports indicate that Krause may be responsible for them all or most of them. A Mr. Poprivieo was recent’y be ing examined at Fairbanks by Bun nell for his citizenship papers and when he was asked who made the laws of the territory he said Wicker sham did. When he was reminded that Alaska had a legislature and was asked if that legislature did not make the laws Mr. P- said it “tried to make them.” Sec the ready made skirts and w’aists at Butt's. Coffees and teas at URBACH'S. Noodle Cafe. Phone Main 111. Tray service receives prompt at tention. 10-5—tf. Sourdoughs and Chechacos. Get ready for mushing to Matanuska by boarding at Commerce Cafe. The Key, sole agent for Lloyd's “Specialty Candy.” Absolutely Pun*, made in Seward, Alaska. Mens’, womens’ and childrens’ arctics and rubbers at URBACH’S. Grapes, Celery, Winter Cream Mel lon, Casabas, Squash, Pumpkins and Cranberries. Brown & Hawkins, “Quality First.’ FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, three rooms*nnd bath. Inquire Gate way. 11-24—tf WANTED—A pair of high resist ance phones for wireless receiving set. Inquire Gateway office. 11-20 tf Second hand goods bought and sold for cash or on commission. See But 1 ton’s ad. Tuesdays and Fridays. 28-tf __ 1 See Button’s ad. Tuesdays and Fri days. Second hand goods, cash or rommission. 9-28-tf --- Fox’s Oyster Cocktails at the Branch. SERVICE WHICH WILL PLEASE YOU: The accommodating, personal service which this bank extends to every person who enters its banking rooms is just the kind of attention that will please and satisfy you. We not only handle carefully and efficiently all the business you entrust to us, but wo do everything possible to make you feel ihe in terest and friendliness which we have in the people of this community. We invite your business. BANK OF SEWARD Established 1905 Second-Hand Goods Bought and Sold If you have anything to sell nnd we cdnnot agreeon price, leave your goods on sale with me, state your price,and I will charge you 5 PER CENT COMMISSION WHEN SOLI) BUTTON’S SECOND-HAND STORE i New goods of many kinds always on sale. Fourth and Railroad Avk. Lane, Whitehead & Hayden Seward, Alaska I £ ° 5 • CQ " C > 'I 6 fg £ o kj tt <0 v kj ? a: s 1 8 60 • r 0 o 3 ij « L5 “ 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. Furnished Rooms for Men ✓ N _ ! JOE MORRIS | Cafe and Lunch Counter in Connection j BILL DEVINlE j ___— . — - “ 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 fiat Interior bunch, And from every camp afar, For we join you in goodfeliowohip At the famous Palace Bar.