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KNIK, ALASKA '■■■■.. , " .. . . "" ... ... ■ ~ Some of Our Specialties: WELLMAN CANNED GOODS' RED CLOVER BITTER TIP TOP EGGS SPERRYS FLOURS MARSHFIELD CHEESE And a full line of HARDWARE, STOVES. HAY AND FEED No Better Goods Can Be Bongtit At Any Price O. W. PALMER, Knik. Alaska Lang’s (Pat.) Hot Blast Smokeburning STOVES AM) RANGES Are GUAR AN FEED to burn but one-half as much tuel a> OLD STNLE RANGES. * Because they consume all gases and smoke In fuel. All fuel is burned from top. The “PACIFIC,” as shown in cut, Is our Stand ard Family Range made In three sizes. Sold at BROWN ft HAWKINS* We make Stoves from $1.00 to $300.00 Write us for Catalogues, F. S. LANG MANUFACTURING CO. 2756 First Ave.. South. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON THE UNSURPASSED EQUIPMENT OF THE —'===ssg—^s.-==: Great Northern Railway Afford* the Maximum of Comfort from the Pacific Coast To California and all points East and Southeast. Three Overland Trains Daily. The “Oriental Limited” holds the on time record between Chicago and Seattle. WINTER EXCURSIONS TO HONOLULU BY THE OCEAN GO ING PALACE STEAMSHIP “GREAT NORTHERN,” EQUIPPED LIKE THE BEST HOTEL. A. S. DAUTRICK, Traveling Freight and Passenger Agent, Room 18, Valentine Building, Juneau. T. J. MOORE, CUv Passenger Agt., Second and Columbia, Seattle. A. WHITNALL, City Passenger Agt., HOT Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C. via the "Milwaukee” FIRST IN SCENERY FIRST IN EQUIPMENT FIRST IN SERVICE and the only road operating over its own lines all the way from Seattle to Chicago The “Olympian” The “Columbian” two crack all-steel trains every day. For information and literature write A. H. McDonald, Alaska Steamship Co.. Seward, Alaska WAYNE Bll'E, The Admiral Line. Seward, Alaska Agents for the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 1. f. HARRIS. Traveling Passenger Agent, Juneau. Alaska _ ____......■..■.■■•■■••■■ltaaiiiaiaaiiitiiniiiaiiii Amuse— Yourself BILLIARDS POOL BOWLING FIRST-CLASS BAR Open Day and Night! - SAFETY FIRST! - Ruhstaller’s Gilt Edge Beer Sacramento, Calif. SERVED AT ALL CAFES GERALD’S CAtt Clarence J.Grkald, Proprietor 824 First Avenue Seattle, Wn. Seattle's Best Eating House Everything Fresh from the Famous Gerald Ranch CHAS. H. MUELLER Manufacturing furrier Honesty end Reliability Seud your How Fur# to me to be made into Set# while Summer Priced prevail Remodeling and Repairing 1621 SECOND AVENUE SEATTLE, - WASH. ANDERSON & MURPHY THE TERMINAL Olympia, Rainier, Bud reiser and Letups Beer. Olympia Beer on Draught. All Beer and Wines Strictly Cold Storage. Trj Us Once, then You be the Judge OLD CROW OLD HERMITAGE OED WINES Blue Ribbon Beer Rainier Beer 4 ONLY MINERAL CABINET WHERE? AT JACK’S J. P. Stotko - Proprietor Seward Water and Power Company John A. Nelson, Manager Office-Bank of Seward Building SEWAHD, - ALASKA The Carstens Packing Co. Wholesale and Retail Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry Lanl. Mams and Bacon. Butter and Egfcs Orders from the Westward and Cook Inlet Given Careful Attention Fourth Ave Seward Send Us Your Check ...ASSAYS... _ Falkenburg & Laucks Ore Testing and Milling Gold and SUrer. 11.00 Copper 1.50 Lead 1.00 Seattle, Waah. “Analyte Anything’ USE THE PHONE ALASKA ELECTRIC CO. S. At. GRAFF President and General Manager NOTICE OF FORFEITURE To J. H. STEVENS and WM. H. j (JUMPING; your hens or assigns or whom it may concern, lou aiu here by notified mat the undersigned has expended the sum of Six Hundred Hollars ($600.) in labor and lmprove 5 menu* on the following named min ing claims for the years ending Hee. 61st, 1014 and Dec. 61st, 1916, the above sum being the amount required to complete Uie anual labor during years mentioned above, and proof oi tabor being recorded with the Uni toil states Commissioner in the Recording precinct of lliamna, Territory of Al aska. To wit: Reward, Reward No. 1, Reward- No. 2 and Reward No. 6. aaid claims being situated about 16 milctj westerly from the S. West arm of Kamish.uk Ray, and in the lliamna Recording precinct, Territory of Al aska. The amounts claimed and due the undersigned from the parties above mentioned are as follows: J. H. Stevens One hundred and twenty two dollars and twenty-five cents, and Wm. H. Gumming the sum of seventy two dollars and twenty-five cents. And if within ninety days after the serving of this notice by publication, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure as cs owners your interest in said claims will become the property of the undersigned as ^pocilied in Sec. 2624 j of the Revised Statutes of the United j States and amendment thereto con cerning annual labor or. mining i claims. All amounts due to be de posited with Dexter Horton National Rank of Seattle, Wash., to the credit of the undersigned. CHAS. H. McNEIL. Dated and signed at Ridgway, Colo. Feb. 7, 1916. First publication Feb. 29, 1916. Last publication June 14, 1916. The Seward General Hospital desires to acquaint the general hospi tal interests of this country with the facilities of this institution for giving the latest devised methods of nursing, care to persons requiring medical or surgical treatment. Special attention given to patients requiring gyne cological treatment. Hydrotherapeu tic treatments carefully followed. This building, just complete, electric lighted, steam heated, hot and cold water. Physicians placing patients in our care will receive every ethical at tention. Prompt readiness for acci dents, obstrctrics and emergencies, day or night. For further particulars address, SISTER SUPERIOR. C. C. BERG Ladies’ Furrier ITaniilennlsI Send your Raw Furs. We do our own Tanning and Manufacturing. Twnty-aevn Years In Seattle 1425 First Ave. Seattle, Wash. BIDS INVITED Sealed proposals are invited for the collection und removal to the city' dumping grounds, of the garbage j from the business and residence dis tricts of the Town of Seward, Alaska, during the present year and up to and including the 31st day of March, 1917. j The collections and removals of such garbage to be done according to the rules prescribed by the Board of Health and the Health Ordinance of: the Town of Seward, and at such time ; or times as may be designated by the Health Officer. All necessary information will be given to bidders by Dr. J. H. Itomig, Health Officer. Bids will be received by the Muni-1 cipal Clerk till 8 o’clock P. M. May 8, 1916, and directly after that time the bids will be opened by the Clerk at I the Council Chambers in the Town Hall and the Common Council award the contract to the lowest and best bidder. The right is reserved to re ject any or all bids. Done by order of the Common Council of the Towrn of Seward, Alas ka, May 1, 1916. 0. H. POEHLMANN, Municipal Clerk. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following is a copy of a Resolu j tion passed by the Common Council of the Town of Seward, Alaska, April 17, 1916; “Resolved by the Common Council ! of the Town of Seward, Territory of Alaska. THE COMMON COUNCIL of the | Town of Seward, Alaska, hereby de- j clarcs its intention to improve the west side of Sixth Avenue between 1 Railroad Avenue and Adams street in i | manner following, that is to say: 1. By constructing a sidewalk of di mensions called for by the Ordinances of the Town of Seward, on the west: side of Sixth Avenue between the street and avenue above named, said j sidewalk to be built of material of substantial worth, and under the di- j rection of the Street Committee of the said Town of Seward. n. | Construction to be done by contract j to the lowest and best bidder, the i Council, however, reserving the right! to reject any and all bids. The cost of the above improvements to bo paid for by the abutting prop-1 crty owners, who shall be liable for two thirds of the cost entailed in such improvements, as provided by Ordin ance.” The City Engineer has filed plans of work and made estimate for total improvement at $680.14, an approxi mate cost to each lot of $38.00, or to each lot owner two thirds thereof and not to exceed $26.00 per 30 foot lot. ALL ABUTTING PROPERTY OWNERS objecting to the making of such improvements must file their ob jections in writing with the Munici pal Clerk on or before the 15th day of May, 1916, and if the required number of objections are not made and filed the work will proceed as above outlined. Dated Seward, Alaska, May 2nd, 1916. O. H. POEHLMANN, Municipal Clerk, Town of Seward, Alaska. __. NOTICE. Go to Brown & Hawkins for all kinds of mechanics’ tools and build ers’ hardware. “Quality First.” THE SEWARD LIGHT AND POWER CO. Incorporated November IMS under the Law« of the Territory of Alaska S. M. GRAFF, President and General Manager Contractors and dealers In Electric Supplies and Apparatus. Office At the Station. TELEPHONE MAIN 12J The All-Alaska Review 25 Cents the Copy $2.50 per Year in Advance Subscribe Now for the Journal that gives you News of All Parts of the Territory of Alasha A CALLOT FROCK FOR THE MATRON’S EVENING WEAR ; ft l'espagne\ iFor this graceful gown Mme. Callot uses black satin In an Irregular drape, which ends In a fell, square train. Jet gives the girdle, and a beautiful length of Chantilly lace Is draped for the corsage, falling In a square shawl down the front.J HERE’S A TRIM OUTFIT FOR THE JUVENILE TO DON [another triumph] lWhile the rnge for checks nnd stripe* Insts. even' voting lndv will want n plaid suit. Black nnd white worsted Is used for this one pictured, nnd the flare of the coat has a stltched-on belt, very ' much nfter the mode of glnghnm frocks Twin buttons close the front, nnd the j flared skirt la cut trotteur length ] Pool and Billiards at Butts. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE To R. L. H. Marshall, Hilda Marshall, Charles I). Haven, F. G. Miiier, Riley E. Dill, John Irwine, L. H. Herndon and George Rabehi, de ceased’s heirs, executors, adminis trators or assigns: You and each of you are hereby notilied that the undersigned Co Owner has expended the sum of One | hundred dollars ($100.0U) in labor and ! improvements upon the Blank Associ j atiou group of placer mining claims, consisting of 160 acres, located on the Right Limit of Nugget Gulch, a tri butary of Cache Creek, in the Cook Inlet Precinct, Third Division, Terri tory of Alaska, in order to hold said placer mining claim, for the year ending December 31st, A. D., 1915, and if within Ninety (90) days from the service of this notice upon you, or the complete publication thereof, you fail or refuse to contribute your pro portion of said expenditure as Co Dwners, your interests will become the property of the undersigned, under and pursuant to the Revised Statutes of the United States. Dated at Susitna, Alaska, this 20tb, day of March, A. D., 1916. AL. STINSON. First publication March 2,7 1916. Last publication July 12, 1916. ILLINOIS AM) TEXAS WOMEN TO HAVE FRONT SEATS AT WOMAN’S CONVENTION (Special to Gateway by United Press) CHICAGO, April 28.—When thirty thousand women from the United States and other nations meet in New York from May 22 to June 2 for the twenty-first bi-ennial meeting of General Federation of Women’s clubs, the question, “Do Illinois ladies hear?” will by no means have the same significance as it did two years ago in Chicago when Illinois ladies were hostesses and sat high up in the gallery of the auditorium—almost beyond ear shot of the speakers. This year the three hundred dele gates from Illinois and the delegates from Texas are to be given front seats in the Seventh Regiment Armory, Park Avenue, New York. Illinois is so honored because her delegates took back position:- two years ago and because Mrs. rranees I). Everett, who has arranged the ! program, is an Illinois woman. ’I exas is given right of way because Mrs. Percy V. Pennbacker, Texan, i gen eral federation president. Not only this, but the delegations from Texas and Illinois will make their head quarters at the Hotel Astor, also the convention's headquarters. Illinois will announce at the New York confederation that her members I have given nearly a tenth of the $100,000 Sarah Platt Decker momor | ial fund started four yaers ago. This sum is nearly three thousand dollars more than Illinois was expected to give. The Illinois delegation, three hun dred strong, will leave Chicago for New York in a special train over the Michigan Central railroad. The train will leave Chicago Sunday afternoon, May 21. CONGRESSMAN Tl'RNS FARMER TO TEST FREE SEEDS FOR HIS CONSTITUENTS (Special to Gateway by United Press) WASHINGTON, April 28. — To make sure he is not deceiving his constituents, and that ho is not being deceived by the Agricultural Depart ment, as well as to experiment in the production of first class vegetable seed, Congressman Jesse Davenport of Oklahoma today donned a pair of blue overalls and hied away across the river from Washington to culti vate a seven-acre farm and practiceo on the government’s seed crop. Associated with him in cultivation of the festive soy bean and the gam boling cow pea is J. S. Co if m £13, an old time employee of the government printing office, who owns the farm. Possessed with the idea that those numerous packages of seeds which | the government sends out at the re quest of “your Congressman” maybe grow turnips instead of Early Spring radishes, cauliflower instead of frost proof cabbages, and spinach instead of Golden Head lettuce, Congressman Davenport has started this practical test within the shadows of the capitol. It might be that they are good vote getters and again, a constituent ex pecting to raise a crop of rutabages surely would be irritated to find pars nips instead. FATHER KASHEVAROFF REVIVES OLD INDIAN TEMPERANCE SOCIETY JUNEAU.—After three years of constant toil among the Indians, I Father A. P. Kashevaroff, of the Rus [ sian church, has at last been able to ! revive the old Native Temperance Society, and sixteen of the influential Indians signed the roll of membership this morning and took the solemn pledge to abstain from all liquors and intoxicating drinks, and also to give up their old tribal customs.—Ex. 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